Parker United Methodist Church
Thursday, November 27, 2014
Seeking Wisdom For Every Day Living
The Great Work of the 21st Century
Sundays at 10 am
Don't miss the insights and discussion led by ecology writers, film-makers, theologians, etc. at Parker
"Centering Prayer Introductory Workshop"
with Maggie Dawson, spiritual director
Saturday, October 4
9 am-12 noon
1637 Seventh Street NOLA 70115
Suggested donation: $20
Come experience a certified spiritual director
as she guides us into an understanding
of the practice of centering prayer.
The Immortal Diamond: The Search for Our True Self
by Fr. Richard Rohr (order your own copy)
Wednesdays, 6-7 p.m.
Rayne UMC, 3900 St. Charles Ave.
Sacred Yoga for Beginners
Thursdays at 9:30 am
Parker UMC, 1130 Nashville Ave.
Parker Memorial United Methodist Church is a progressive and inclusive Christian community. “Come as you are” is the invitation we extend to everyone who visits or takes part in our community during their personal search for God. This means all spiritual seekers are welcome. We welcome people of all sexual orientations and gender identities, and all people of color. (For a full statement of our inclusivity, see the bottom of the page). Openness and acceptance of our peoples’ unique contributions in worship (art, poetry, music, dance, etc.) are integral parts of the Parker community. We seek to “live the questions” of Christian faith in our lives.
Motto: "Where Jesus and ALL his friends are welcome!"
Mission: Practicing compassion in all our affairs
Children's Sunday School Adult Spiritual Education Worship/Traditional
Eleven O'clock Ten O'clock Eleven O'clock
Parker Memorial United Methodist Church - Reconciling Ministries Network statement of inclusivity:
Parker UMC is a faith collective that welcomes all persons to celebrate in the love of God and their birthright as children of God. We believe in full inclusion and so we say "all are welcome means all," including people of all sexual orientations, gender identities, races, ethnicities, ages, faith histories, economic status, marital status, physical and mental ability, and education. The Parker community works for equal rights for all humans and the natural world. We believe that the diversity of our community makes our faith stronger, our spirituality deeper, and our service more helpful.