May 2nd, 2021
Mandate Lifted: Masks Optional
We strive to keep our congregation’s health as a top priority. Social distancing and sanitation measures are practiced by staff with regard to greeting and seating. Since the governor and the Jefferson Parish president have lifted the mask mandate, your Session has agreed to do the same, with the following guidelines:
- Beginning Sunday May 2nd, face masks are now optional while inside the church. We do ask you to continue to practice social distancing.
- If you prefer to worship with everyone masked, the Fellowship Hall will be designated for that purpose.
- Masks will be required for adult Sunday School Class in Fellowship Hall.
- Sunday School for grades K-12, Children’s Church, and Nursery:
Regarding Sunday School, Grades K-12, Children’s Church, and Nursery:
- Teachers may make their own decisions about mask wearing in their classes.
- Masks not required for children 7 and under.
We are grateful for your patience through this difficult time. We ask you to monitor your health carefully as always, and if you are not well, please worship via our livestream.
We are thankful for our congregation, for the blessings God has given to us, and for your faithfulness in worship and in giving through this past year. We look forward to what God has in store for us and to restoring our entire church program with no restrictions.
We love you all.
Livestreams are available for those who wish to remain at home.
Grace Presbyterian Church is located west of New Orleans in Metairie, Louisiana. Most of our friends come from 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 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 to 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.
We would love for you and your family to visit our congregation.
Lord’s Day Service Times
9:30 am – 10:15 am – Sunday School for adults and children (Nursery Provided)
10:15 am – 10:30 am – Fellowship
10:30 am – 11:35 am – Morning Worship (Children’s Church Provided)
Morning Bible Study
Church, Sundays at 9:30am
Sermon on the Mount by Sinclair Ferguson (book & video). We encourage all to attend; it is a most important study for all to know why Jesus began His public life with these words.
Evening Adult Bible Study
Fellowship Hall, Wednesdays at 7:00pm
A study of Ecclesiastes
Ladies’ Bible Study
Zoom, Tuesdays at 7:00pm
A study of Pslams
Men’s Evening Bible Study
Zoom, Every Thursday (except 2nd Thursdays) at 7:00pm
Everyone’s a Theologian by R.C. Sproul
M.E.A.T. (Men Eating and Talking)
MOOYAH in Metairie, 2nd Thursdays at 7:00pm
Men’s Morning Bible Study
Church, Fridays at 6:30am
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