Worship Bulletin - February 19, 2017 Sermon "Pride and Prejudice" elder, Bruce Robertson

WEEKLY EVENTS AT FPCNO

Sunday         

  • 9:30am           Adult Bible Study                  Session room
  • (will resume March 5)     Children’s Sunday   School     Room 207
  • 11am                 Sunday Worship                Sanctuary
  • 6pm-9pm            Cuban Salsa                     Fellowship Hall      (Bookoo Rueda all are welcome)

Monday        

  • 1pm-3pm        Program of Hope Setup          Sanctuary

Tuesday       

  • 7pm-9pm         (Adult Bible Study)                Session room  (interested in joining Contact Hoy Hughes @ 504-452-5856, hoy.hughes@gmail.com)
  • 7pm-10pm      “Big Easy” AA Group              Fellowship Hall (Anyone needing guidance is welcome to come)

Wednesday 

  • 9am-10:30am              Program of Hope                 Sanctuary (worship, and outreach to less fortunate, all are welcome to volunteer or seek help)

Thursday     

  • 6pm-7pm                 Meditation Service                  Session room
  • 6pm-8:30pm    Metropolitan Church                        Fellowship Hall

Friday           

  • 8pm-11pm               Tango dancing                         Fellowship Hall

FEBRUARY SCHEDULE MEETINGS/EVENTS AT FPCNO

  • Tuesday, February 21, 6:30pmMen’s Night.  Everyone is invited, we will meet up at Tracey's (2604 Magazine St) for Trivia Night. The game begins at 7:00pm. See you there.
  • Tuesday, February 21, 7:00pmMetropolitan Church monthly meeting held in the conference room.
  • Friday, February 24 & Monday, February 27 – Vamonos Day Camp.
  • Tuesday, February 28 – Mardi Gras Day (Church Office CLOSED).

First Presbyterian Church members in the 2017 Carnival parades

This Sunday, Feb. 19 our very own Carrie Fisher will be marching with the Dames de Perlage Marching Krewe. She will be dressed as “Saint Caroline with the piano bar”. When you see her scream and she will try to give you some trinkets. They proudly call themselves “Ladies of Beadwork” as they show off their hand-sewn costumes during Carnival in New Orleans. The Dames work year-round beading their corsets and making elaborate beaded and feathered headdresses. This year, the Dames are marching in four parades: Freret, King Arthur, Oak, and Tucks. King Arthur, 3rd parade of 4 total on Sunday so plan to stay a while! First parade that day Femme Fatale (11am) Carrollton (noon) then King Arthur rolls at 1pm followed by Alla. They  are behind float #21 King Arthur. If you tell her where to look for you she will l keep an eye out.  They  march in a certain formation but she might be able to move from sidewalk to neutral ground. Next weekend they march in the Tucks parade stay tuned for our float position.

Also, this Sunday, Feb. 19 our very own Peter Cho will be riding with the Krewe of ALLA again this year.  Alla is the last parade of the morning, and start around 2:00 pm. Peter will be on the next to last float, the Frankenstein float, and is on the Passenger (Sidewalk) side, top of the float, first person. If you see him, yell, and he will try to hit you with some good throws. Happy Mardi Gras everyone!!!

Saturday, Feb. 25 @ 12:00pm, our very own Ken Allen will be riding in the Krewe of Tucks parade, Champagne float # 22, 1st person lower level, neutral ground side.  Let him know you are there and scream. Ken will drown you with lots of trinkets.

Broadmoor activities for next week 

  • Senior Social: Friday, Feb 24th from 10-12pm at the Arts and Wellness Center 
  • South Broad Community Health: Walks with Doc Griggs and Matthew Arnold at 6am and 8am. Free Diabetes Education Lunch.
Date: 
Friday, February 17, 2017