Welcome to First Presbyterian Church in New Orleans!

We are a church with a rich history. Feel free to browse our website and discover more about us. First Presbyterian is an open and affirming congregation that welcomes and encourages all to join us in worship. We are affiliated with the PC(USA).

We are a More Light Congregation which means we welcome all people, all races, and all sexual orientations.


A Cappella Sunday

 First Presbyterian Church has some of the finest acoustics in New Orleans and we will be exploring the sound of singing and praising God with our voices!

Affordable Housing Sunday/Potluck Luncheon

Please bring extra refreshments to share with our guests. Next communion Sunday we will celebrate Project Homecoming, our local grassroots Presbyterian project to rebuild and restore New Orleans after hurricane Katrina. Our special guests, will be visitors from FPC Program of Hope outreach program and those affected by homelessness

Katrina Damage and Recovery

Pumpkin Patch

Men's Night

Men's night at Hoy's house in St. Rose, LA.  Contact the church office for more details at info@fpcno.org 

St. Roch Blues performed by Hurray for the Riff Raff

Here's a video posted online from the Hurray for the Riff Raff concert at FPCNO:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R2xRxjueIpw

 

Video from Como Mamas Concert at FPCNO

Here's a video that was posted from the Como Mamas concert:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0TqovzwRO6A

Bite The Tail off Homelessness

5th Annual Bite the Tail Off Homelessness

CRAWFISH BOIL

Saturday, May 17, 2014

4:00 - 7:00 pm

Boiled crawfish, hot dogs, root beer floats, and and exciting lineup of great music featuring jazz pianist Tom McDermott, Heidi & Phil Melancon, Paul Tobin and Kevin Specht, joined by Heidi Melancon, Steve Sutton, Charles Lesher, Lewis Cocke and a special set by our own Jim Erwin at the piano.  We’ll be jammin the whole afternoon.  Get your tickets now!  Tickets are $15 adults/$8 children

 

Program of Hope Retreat

All are welcome to come to hear the progress and needs for the Program of Hope.

Bring items for the food pantry

FPCNO has established a commitment to Broadmoor Food Pantry in donating nonperishable food items on communion Sundays. Bring an item or two to lay at the altar during communion.

Protein, Meat and Fish - peanut butter, tuna, canned ham, canned chicken, beans.Canned Fruits , Vegetables - (in water or light syrup) and vegetables, 100% fruit juice, instant potatoes, fruit preserves, dried fruit.Grains - cereal (low sugar), oatmeal, rice, whole grain crackers.Complete Meals - pasta and sauce, boxed meals, chunky soups, stews.Baby Products - powdered formula, baby food, diapers, wipes.

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Presbyterian Fun Fact

There are about 75 million Reformed/Presbyterian Christians worldwide and about 2.5 million belong to the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).

 

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