Grace Presbyterian Church

A PCA Church in Metairie, LA

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10269547_259704154212121_6968477662829054323_nWe are a PCA Church with a passion to spread God’s truth throughout Metairie, New Orleans and all the nations.

We exist to spread God’s Word throughout Metairie and the greater New Orleans area. We are committed to proclaiming God’s salvation to all creatures until He returns.

We are committed to the Bible as the inspired, infallible, authoritative, and sufficient word of God and the Great Commission. We believe the teaching of the Bible is most faithfully expressed by the Confessions and Creeds of the Protestant Reformation. We are seeking to glorify God by proclaiming and teaching the Good News of the Gospel of His kingdom. If you are longing for Biblical preaching and teaching that apply the Gospel to your family, your community, and your world, we may be the church you are looking for!

Grace Presbyterian Church is located in Metairie, Louisiana just west of New Orleans. Our members and friends come from all over the Greater New Orleans area.

Our Church’s purpose is to treasure and worship the triune God, to love one another, and to evangelize the world.

We would love for you and your family to visit our congregation.

Our Lord’s Day Service times are as follows:                          Wednesday Night Bible Study & Fellowship are as follows:

• 9:30 am – 10:15 am – Sunday School                                                  • Fellowship Meal – 6 pm

• 10:15 am – 10:30 am – Fellowship                                                       • Adult Bible Study – 7 pm

• 10:30 am – 11:35 am – Morning Worship                                           • Student  Bible Study – 7 pm

• 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm – Evening Worship                                              • Chrildren’s Cathecism – 7 pm

uiyjgrtfveThe order of worship is as follows on Sunday morning:

  • A call to worship,
  • A hymn
  • An Old Testament reading
  • A congregational New Testament reading
  • The greeting time
  • Announcements
  • A hymn
  • The pastoral prayer
  • The congregational prayer
  • The offering
  • The doxology
  • A hymn
  • Dismissal to children’s church
  • The preaching of God’s Word
  • Communion
  • A hymn of response
  • The benediction

We are currently studying the book of Revelation during our morning worship time. The sacrament of communion is celebrated every second and fourth Sundays. The sacrament of baptism is celebrated by appointment (morning services only) through the pastor. The session meets every second Monday of the month and the diaconate meets every third Monday of the month.

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