Churches in New Orleans
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Academy of the Sacred Heart Chapel – New Orleans – Academy of the Sacred Heart in New Orleans, founded in 1887, has continued to serve as a Catholic, independent college preparatory school for girls, offering instruction from preschool through upper school. Little Hearts, a separate Early Learning Center for Toddler and Nursery girls, also affiliated with the school.
All Nations Fellowship – New Orleans – We are a Body of Believers committed to loving God and people. Our heart is expressed through healing relationships, everyone’s someone, authentic devotion, reaching people and training leaders. Our desire is that you experience God’s awesome presence through the power of the Holy Spirit and the life changing Word of God. We are a Body of Believers committed to loving God and people. Our heart is expressed through healing relationships, everyone’s someone, authentic devotion, reaching people and training leaders.
Archdiocese of New Orleans – New Orleans – As The Catholic Church it represents many foundations, schools, parishes, seminaries, ministries, and many charitable giving opportunities. Find mass schedules, editorials, department directories, religious orders, classifieds, and philanthropy links. The Archdiocese of New Orleans encompasses 4,208 square miles in 8 civil parishes: Jefferson, Orleans, Plaquemines, St. Charles, St. John the Baptist, St. Tammany and Washington.
Calvary Chapel – New Orleans – Our Mission if to provide a place were the people of New Orleans are spiritually fed, genuinely loved, and greatly impacted by the body of Christ. and our Vision if to model and encourage self-initiating, reproducing, fully devoted followers of Christ through facilitating a greater understanding of truth that influences people to think and act according to the character of Jesus Christ.
Canal Street Church – New Orleans – Our church seeks to be a multi-ethnic, multi-cultural community of Christ followers that initiates Christ-centered life transformation through the message and unity of the Gospel. As a community of believers, we value authentic worship, biblical integrity, meaningful relationships, and community engagement.
Canal Street Presbyterian Church – New Orleans – A Heart for Christ in the heart of New Orleans – schedule of services, ministries, mission links, contact info, The Good News, staff info, guest book. CSPC endeavors to be a community that welcomes anyone who is seeking to satisfy their spiritual thirst or hunger in a safe, encouraging, non-judgmental community of friends. We are not your typical Presbyterian or institutional church, but instead seek to allow God to rent our hearts of pride, prejudice, and self-centeredness so that we might truly experience that absolute freedom that Jesus Christ promised to all who would follow and listen to Him.
Celebration Church – Metairie – exists to reach and challenge people to grow in relationship with God and others, resulting in changed lives, changed homes, a changed city and a changed world through Jesus Christ! Celebration Church exists in order to reach and challenge people to grow in relationship with God and others resulting in changed lives, homes, New Orleans, and the world through Jesus Christ.
Center of Jesus the Lord, The – New Orleans – The Center of Jesus The Lord. We are a Catholic Charismatic Retreat Center and Worshiping Community. We minister in the powerful gifts of the Holy Spirit to all seeking healing and renewal.
Chapel Of The Holy Spirit, The – New Orleans – The Chapel of the Holy Spirit is an Episcopal Church in Uptown New Orleans and the home base for Episcopal Campus Ministry of Tulane and Loyola Universities, in partnership with the ELCA. Our mission is to share the joy we find in faith, community, and service with the campus communities of Tulane and Loyola. We strive to be a place where all people are not only welcomed, but where all people are celebrated and loved.
Christ Church Cathedral – New Orleans – A vibrant, welcoming Episcopal community located in the historic New Orleans Garden District. A real presence through its ministry, outreach, worship, music, and Christian formation.
Christ The King Church – Terrytown – We, Christ the King Parish, are a Catholic community of diverse and multicultural experiences. We invite all to participate in fellowship with God through the Eucharist, leading and shepherding one another by serving as enthusiastic members of the flock of Jesus Christ.
Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana, The – The Episcopal Church USA is made up of between two and three million worshipers in about 7,500 congregations across the United States and related dioceses outside the US. The Church is broken out in to nine ecclesiastical provinces. We are part of Province IV, the largest in the Episcopal Church, composed of 20 dioceses in 9 Southeastern states. We have the most clergy, baptized members, communicants, and students of any province in the Church.
Fellowship Bible Church – Metairie – Fellowship Bible Church, Bil Gebhardt, Dallas Theological Seminary, Evangelical, Metairie, New Orleans, Fellowship in the Word, Radio, independent bible church. Our desire is to be used by God to help people experience the joy, peace, hope, and purpose that comes from following Jesus Christ.
First Baptist Church of Algiers – Algiers – We preach an old-fashioned Calvinistic Gospel centered around the five basic doctrines of God’s Word, which are: “The Sovereignty of God, or God on the Throne; the Total Depravity of the Natural Man; Salvation by Grace and Blood Redemption in Christ; the Person and Work of the Holy Spirit; and the Second Coming of our Lord Jesus Christ to Earth Again.”
First Baptist Church of Kenner – Kenner – Features guide to ministries, worship schedule, the plan of salvation, Christian resources, and contact… Reaching the New Orleans Area and the World for Jesus Christ! The Mission of First Baptist Church is to make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that He commanded us.
First Baptist Church of New Orleans – New Orleans – Find information on the church, meet the staff, church history, schedule, ask the pastor and much more. Whatever you are looking for, we believe we can be an encouragement to you and your entire family no matter where you are in life’s journey. If you are looking for a church family, join us for worship and Bible study.
First Presbyterian Church of New Orleans – New Orleans – A group of unique individuals committed to children, service and Jesus Christ. We are also a more light congregation. 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).
First Unitarian Universalist Church of New Orleans – New Orleans – We are a richly historic, diverse and inclusive, liberal religious community of free thinkers, inspired by reason and spirit. Members of First Church commit to seek meaning and wholeness in our lives and justice in the world.
Franklin Avenue Baptist Church – New Orleans – Our Mission is to spiritually impact our families, neighborhood, city, and state by exalting the Savior, equipping the saints, and evangelizing the sinners. On August 29, 2005 Hurricane Katrina flooded our church with nine feet of water. In January of 2006 we started having worship services in New Orleans, Baton Rouge, and Houston. Pastor Luter, while living in Birmingham traveled to these three cities as well as across the United States to minister to our displaced members.
Grace Presbyterian Church – Metairie – Web site for Grace Presbyterian Church, a Reformed Bible based PCA church. 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.
Greater St. Stephen Full Gospel Baptist Church – New Orleans – A full gospel baptist church where you can praise and worship God in new orleans.
Holy Name of Jesus Parish – New Orleans – located at St. Charles Avenue and City Park offering masses and reconcillations. We, the Catholic community at Holy Name of Jesus Parish, graced by the Holy Spirit, are called to invite all people to experience the living and loving presence of Christ by nurturing the spiritual growth of all our members through energetic celebration of the sacraments, especially the Eucharist, daily prayer, lifelong study of our faith,witness, service and hospitality.
Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral – New Orleans – Whenever you can, come visit us, either in person or through our web site and never hesitate to contact us with whatever question or suggestion that you may have. May the blessings of the Holy Trinity be with you always.
Immaculate Conception Jesuit Church – New Orleans -The cornerstone was laid on May 16, 1929. The magnificent bronze doors were placed in position on February 4, 1930. Our Lady of Immaculate Conception was placed back in her niche on February 6, 1930. The altar was replaced, the organ reconstructed and the pews put back in position by February 17, 1930. Mass was said in the new Immaculate Conception Church on March 2, 1930. There was a solemn dedication of the church by Archbishop Shaw.
Jesse Duplantis Ministries – Destrehan – dynamic evangelist called to minister God’s message of salvation through Jesus Christ to the world. Jesse Duplantis Ministries has one goal: to share God’s message of salvation through Jesus Christ with the world. We want everyone to have an opportunity to know the real Jesus.
Jesus Ministries – New Orleans – We are a Ful Gospel Ministry that believes in the entire Word of God. We believe that Jesus Christ came to save sinners and that redemption is through his Blood. There is Salvation, Deliverance and Healing through Jesus Christ alone. Jesus Christ is the Same, Yesterday, Today and Forever (Hebrews 18:8)
John Calvin Presbyterian Church – Metairie – find information online for playschool, church services, calendar and much more.
Knights of Peter Claver, Inc. – New Orleans – The Knights of Peter Claver, Inc. is the largest historically African-American Catholic lay organization in the United States. Our purpose is to render service to God and His Holy Church, render aid and assistance to the sick and disabled, and promote social and intellectual association among our members.
Lake Vista United Methodist Church – New Orleans – Lake Vista United Methodist Church is a lighthouse for Christ in the heart of the lakefront, drawing seekers from the Lake Vista neighborhood and beyond. We will provide a spiritual haven for all desiring a personal relationship with God and opportunities to be anchored in biblical truths and to grow toward Christian maturity.
Lakeview Presbyterian Church – New Orleans – PC USA offering services, schooling and a fantastic music program. Helping to rebuild Lakeview! We at Lakeview Presbyterian Church believe that the spiritual ferment that shaped a great sermon on Peter’s heart is active in our church today, and, giving glory to God, we celebrate the fruit of that ferment as we have experienced in words and symbol.
Mt. Olive Lutheran Church – Metairie – Find Sunday’s Sermon, schedules, services, newsletter, events, a topical bible search, history, beliefs, contact info, and links. Mt. Olive is a conservative confessional Lutheran congregation of the Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod. As such, we hold to the Lutheran Confessions in so far as and because they are the correct interpretation and presentation of Biblical doctrine. The Lutheran Confessions are contained in The Book of Concord: The Confessions of the Evangelical Lutheran Church.
New Hope Baptist Church – New Orleans – Fulfilling the great commission in an atmosphere conducive to worship, fellowship, and spiritual growth. The Scriptures teach that the Church should continue to practice the ordinances of Baptism (total immersion in water) and the Lord’s Supper until he returns. These ordinances do not convey salvation, but are symbolic of the work of Christ Jesus and the Holy Spirit in the believer’s life.
New Orleans Area Churches – Only website that gives church photos, histories, service schedules and historical pipe organ info. A free service to New Orleans area churches.
New Orleans Church, The – Baton Rouge – We are a family of believers who are striving to live like Jesus. We read our bibles. We believe the Bible has the answers for our lives. We’re doing the best we can to grow in our devotion to God as we study the Scriptures. We love Sundays. Our services are enthusiastic and refreshing. The lessons are straightforward and Jesus-centered.
Opelousas Lighthouse Mission – Opelousas – We are a Christian Agency seeking to lead men to Christ. We conduct daily morning devotions, weekly bible studies and chapel services. Our belief is that a foundation rooted in Christian principles is the basis for a fruitful and productive life!
Providence House – New Orleans – offer a variety of mission, retreat, tourism, and conference packages as well as a wide range of services from lodging and meals to conference rooms for youths, adults, events calendar and contact info. Providence House is the private guest housing facility of the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. The Providence House is available year round to students and seminary related guests. We are conveniently located across the street from the Seminary.
Rayne Memorial United Methodist Church – New Orleans – The historic Rayne Memorial United Methodist Church, with its unique and lovely Gothic-revival architecture, built in 1875, has had for 134 years, a strong and active ministry in the heart of uptown New Orleans.
Redeemer Presbyterian Church of New Orleans – New Orleans – Newer neighborhood church to Uptown/Carrollton and surrounding areas. Redeemer Presbyterian Church is a newer worshipping community that exists to celebrate, in word and deed, the Gospel of Jesus Christ in our neighborhood and throughout the city.
St. Anna’s Episcopal Church – New Orleans – The liturgy at St. Anna’s is Anglo-Catholic in ceremony and ritual, which represents for us the splendor and joy of the eternal banquet in heaven which we join in our celebration of the Mass. As Christians, the congregation strives for justice and peace among all people and respects the dignity of every human being.
St. Anselm Catholic Church – Madisonville – A Catholic community of faith website that has updated information on the celebration of Sacaraments, current church news and events. St. Anselm is a Catholic faith community centered in the Eucharist, seeing the love of God through worship, word and service.
St. Augustine’s Catholic Church – New Orleans – St. Augustine’s Catholic Church in the Treme neighborhood of New Orleans, Louisiana, advocates and celebrates freedom from sin and oppression. Since it’s dedication in 1842, St. Augustine has been a church of the free black citizens of New Orleans, welcoming both free and slave as worshippers.
St. Catherine of Siena Parish – Metairie – St. Catherine’s Parish is a dynamic and caring community of believers who celebrate their Catholic faith in active worship and provide service to people in need. St. Catherine of Siena Parish is called to be a dynamic and caring Roman Catholic community of believers who celebrate their faith in active worship, live out their beliefs in effective witness, and provide service to people in need within the community and today’s society.
St Charles Avenue Presbyterian – New Orleans – We are a congregation of real people who face real problems with hope and joy, because of the powerful presence of Jesus Christ, whose loving Spirit we encounter each day. We have been drawn together into a caring family, and out of gratitude for all that Christ is doing for us, we seek to serve others.
St Francis of Assisi Church – New Orleans – St. Francis of Assisi is a Church steeped in tradition and continuing to grow into the 21st century. Through the dedication of its pastors and parishioners throughout its long history, it has become a successful and thriving parish always mindful of its responsibility of preserving the traditions of our faith and maintaining the beauty of our Church for generations to come.
St. Francis Xavier Church – New Orleans – With God’s help, we will celebrate the dignity and worth of all persons and are called to Seek Christ, Share Christ, and Serve Christ. From liturgy to religious education, from choir practice to Comfort Ministry, from the Sacraments to mission in the Archdiocese and around the world, all we do is motivated by our desire to be true to Christ and true to our mission.
St. Jerome Catholic Church – Kenner – Second Sunday of Advent. Justice shall flourish in his time, and fullness of peace for ever. This is a ministry to help house, clothe, and feed the poor and homeless of our community. It provides emergency energy assistance, rent assistance and helps with some prescription medications to those living within St. Jerome’s boundaries.
St. John Lutheran – New Orleans – Welcome to the St. John Lutheran Church and School website. It is our hope that this site will introduce St. John to new viewers as well as keep our members and school families informed of ongoing activities. Please contact us for any further information you may need.
St. John the Baptist’s Catholic Church – New Orleans – St. John the Baptist is a very special and unique Church Community. We, who have grown up in the Parish, may have physically moved away, but our hearts and concern have never wandered. Our newer parishioners that have adopted St. John’s as their own have developed the same love and care for St. John, attested by the distance traveled to share as a community the privilege of worshiping God with like minds, hearts, and spirit.
St. Joseph Catholic Church – New Orleans – St. Joseph Church, rich in heritage, diverse in culture, guided by the spirit, and embracing all, commits itself to nourishing, supporting and strengthening its parish family spiritually and physically through sacraments, worship, education and opportunities for ministry in order that through witness we may bring gospel to life.
St. Jude’s Shrine – New Orleans – one of the many New Orleans Catholic Churches.
Saint Louis Cathedral – New Orleans – the official seat for the Archdiocese of New Orleans – search the cathedral, history, newsletter, wedding guidelines, photo galleries of church and gardens, and contact info. The Cathedral-Basilica of St. Louis King of France is the oldest Catholic cathedral in continual use in the United States. As the caretakers of the Historic place of worship, we constantly battle the elements and the aging of the Cathedral with ongoing conservation and restoration.
Saint Luke’s Episcopal Church – New Orleans – The liturgy, or public ritual, of Saint Luke’s parish is considered “high church” by most standards. This means that we have retained much of the historic ceremony and vesture of pre-Reformation Christianity. We believe that the gift of the most blessed Sacrament of our Lord’s Body and Blood is the means by which the life of the world is sustained. Because worship is the most pleasing sacrifice which we may offer God, it makes sense that it ought to be the best gift it can be; therefore, our services are joyous, solemn, and carefully considered.
St. Maria Goretti Church – New Orleans – SMG’s website includes: Upcoming Events, Photos, New Articles, Bulletins, Mass Schedules and many more. The new church seats 950 people, also a day chapel that can seat 50 people. The structure also contains admistrative offices and meeting facilities. The Blessed Sacrament was carried in procession to the new Church. The bells were pealing at both sites as the Lord and God of all moved agin at their midst.
St. Mark’s United Methodist Church – New Orleans – St. Mark’s is a diverse congregation. The core of its membership range in age from mid-thirties to early sixties, however in recent months there has been an increase in young professionals attending the worship service. St. Mark’s also reflects its mission as a reconciling congregation where one can find a community that embraces all persons regardless of race, sexual orientation, life history, education, and age.
St. Matthew’s United Methodist Church – Metairie – Pastor’s message, lots of information about the events at the church. St. Matthew’s seeks to be a faith community where all are accepted, invited to follow Christ, and encouraged to experience meaning and purpose for living through joyful worship, fellowship, study, prayer and service.
St Patrick’s Church – New Orleans – St. Patrick’s Church is a Catholic church and parish in the Archdiocese of New Orleans. The parish was founded in 1833, and the current structure was completed in 1840. It is the second oldest parish in New Orleans (the oldest parish is St. Louis Cathedral), located upriver from the French Quarter at 744 Camp Street in what is now the Central Business District.
St. Pius X – New Orleans – As a family of Roman Catholic believers inspired by the motto of St. Pius X, “to renew all things in Christ”, we, the parish of St. Pius X, adopt this as our mission. We answer this call to holiness through knowing, loving and serving God and one another.
St Roch Community Church – New Orleans – It is our mission that by loving God and our neighbor, we will holistically preach Christ in Word and Deed so as to raise up godly leaders from within our community who will in turn promote its spiritual and physical well-being. If you’re not currently a member of our church – we’d like to take this opportunity to invite you to one of our weekly services.
Seelos, Francis Xavier Seelos: The Cheerful Ascetic – New Orleans – This site is dedicated to the canonization of Fr. Seelos. Welcome to the official website devoted to the heroic & miraculous life of the “Cheerful Ascetic,” Blessed Francis Xavier Seelos, C.Ss.R. (1819-1867). We hope that you will be inspired by this Redemptorist priest, who was beatified by Pope John Paul II in the Solemn Jubilee Year 2000. Father Seelos possessed great mystical gifts due to his intense prayer life.
Society of St. Vincent de Paul – New Orleans – is an international Catholic organization of lay men and women who seek, in a spirit of justice and charity and by a personal involvement, to help those who are suffering. In the Greater New Orleans area, they have over 70 conferences, 4 thrift stores, a shelter, and a transitional house.
Trinity Episcopal Church – New Orleans – contains information on their school, community and children ministries as well as services schedule. Trinity Episcopal School, an independent co-educational day school of Trinity Episcopal Church, enrolls students in Prekindergarten through Eighth Grade. Dedicated to the academic, emotional, social, and spiritual growth of our students, the School strives to develop individual learners and thinkers who are responsible for their lifelong learning. To achieve this end, the highest academic standards are maintained.
Victory Christian Center – Houma – Welcome to the Victory Christian Center web site. Our prayer is that this site will be informative and life-changing for you. If you are ever in Houma, we invite you to stop by and visit our church. If you live in town, come out and see us sometime. You are always welcome at VCC.
Victory Fellowship – Metairie – one of the many New Orleans area full gospel churches with a Baptist bible college and and Academy and Preschool for children.
Vintage Church – New Orleans – Vintage Church is a new church in the Uptown New Orleans area. Our mission is to love God and love people. On September 28, 2008, Vintage Church officially launched with a Sunday worship gathering in an uptown club and community groups all over the city. At that time Vintage Church had grown to over 60 people. Over our first two years God has blessed Vintage as people have been saved and baptized, the leadership team grown, and the attendance in community groups and worship gatherings has continued to increase.