Our worship service is at the Evangeline Room @ 328 Guilbeau Road just a few doors down from Meche’s Donut King.
Our weekly services begin at 10:00am. Come early and enjoy a cup of coffee and donuts.
> Want to know more?
You can learn more about Parish Church by signing up for our Discover Parish meetings.
Please contact our pastor, Josh Kines, with any questions you may have —he would love to serve any way he can.
Josh Kines --email@example.com
> Children’s Ministry?
We offer nursery and preschool aged childcare during the service for those parents that wish to take advantage. The love, care, and protection of our children is one of our greatest priorities. If you wish to view our child protection policy click here .
> Can you tell me more about the worship service?
Our worship service is designed to be both rich and accessible. Every worship service in every church has a structure to it. Parish Church believes our service needs to reflect the process of the Gospel’s work in our lives. At Parish Church, we see our worship service as an unfolding story of God’s redeeming work toward us in the Lord Jesus Christ. Our desire is to connect historic practices to our present context. Therefore, in the flow of our service, there is a combination of historic hymns, confessions, and prayers together with modern translations and new/modern musical arrangements. Our desire is to connect the best of the old with the best of the new in a way that challenges the believer in their walk with Jesus.
> Whar Do I Wear?
We want you to be comfortable! We are a casual group interested more in getting to know you than pay attention to how you dress. Come in whatever makes you comfortable.
> With what denomination are you affiliated?
First and foremost we are a church that loves the Bible, the good news of Jesus Christ, and the community in which the Lord has placed us. Denominations help identify us, but they should not define or divide us. We hope you will come and make your own decision about what kind of church we are. However, we are identified with the Presbyterian Church in America.