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Cheryl Roberts is the Secretary/Administrative Assistant at First Presbyterian of New Orleans. She has also been a member of the church for more than 16 years. She has two wonderful adult children De'Antra Armstrong and Christopher Roberts as well as three grandchildren, Ka'mari, Ke'maya and Kaileigh. She has been providing office support for First Presbyterian since 1996 with a break to work for a major law firm in New Orleans for 4 years. She left in August 2005 when hurricane Katrina hit, evacuating to Bryan, College Station, Texas, (a place she had never heard of before) and began working at First Presbyterian Church in Bryan, Texas as an Administrative Assistant. She learned to love Texas and First Presbyterian, Bryan, and still keeps in contact with them. She returned to New Orleans and to the the staff of First Presbyterian Church in 2010.
She says: “ When God makes a path for you to follow, he will put things in front of you to recognize and as long as you follow his lead your life will be filled with joy, happiness and prosperity. Out of all the jobs I have had, the most rewarding one is being a church secretary. I have been led from one state to the other to share my Christian faith with others. My duties in life are to help and serve others through God's faith in me. Thank you First Presbyterian Church of New Orleans and Bryan, Texas for keeping me grounded.”
Terry Ruppel is the head of the web team. This is a volunteer position.
Parent volunteers Kristy Ruppel and Leslie Schutt alternate teaching the little kids Sunday School class.
Parent volunteer Tracy Rene Helms-Capasso teaches the pre-teen Sunday School class on scheduled Sundays and is the leader of the church Youth Group.
Sue Young is a longtime friend of First Presbyterian, starting her relationship with us as a Young Adult Volunteer in 2006 after Katrina. She performed administrative office functions and helped coordinate our numerous volunteer work groups. She spent the year as wedding coordinator as well to fill-in and give the then-coordinator maternity leave.
After her year of service as a volunteer, Sue returned to the northeast, but not for long. As happens in many cases, Sue realized that she belonged in New Orleans and we are thrilled to have her back. Her talents include attention to detail, organization, and prompt, clear communication. She is an asset to both the church and wedding party members. Sue can be reached via email, firstname.lastname@example.org.