What To Expect
Located in the parking lot on Metairie Road to the side of the sanctuary. Two other lots are available on Elmeer Street or you may park curbside.
Stop by the Information Center
Pick up an Information Brochure about Munholland and a special gift if you are a First Time Guest. Two Information Centers are available inside the Elmeer entrance and in front of the Sanctuary.
If you have Children
Feel free to utilize our Nursery for Infants through the age of 3 years old. Or if you like, you may bring them to worship with you.
What can I expect Sunday mornings at Munholland?
A warm welcome from people who are glad to see you
Informal, relaxed atmosphere - people laughing and talking
A mix of new and traditional hymns
Relevant messages from the Bible that speak to your everyday life
Refreshments you can enjoy before, during, and after the service
A place where questions and doubts are welcome
A service that lasts about 1 hour
Sunday Worship Service 8:30, 9:30 and 11:00 AM
Our worship is "Traditional" in the sense that the basic structure of the service reflects our Wesleyan, Anglican, and Catholic heritage. Each week the service is printed in the Bulletin. All the Scripture reading, hymns, and prayers are printed there for you but are also projected on the video screen for you to follow along and participate. We encourage you to bring your own Bible to worship with you. Our services are planned around the Scripture of the day and the Message shared with a focus on applying the Scriptures to our lives. Music is an important part of our services as we respond to hearing His Word.
The 8:30 service is a Traditional worship service with organ music, traditional and contemporary hymns, Scripture, a Message, prayer and a solo shared by one of our outstanding soloists.
The 9:30 am service is "more casual with a Traditional opening" with several hymns or contemporary choruses led by two singers and accompanied by a piano. The service concludes at 10:20 am.
The 11:00 service is a Traditional worship service with organ music, traditional and contemporary hymns, Scripture, a Message, prayer and a Chancel Choir. The service also includes a Children's Time focusing on the Scripture and Message of the day. Children are then excused to go to Children's Church for a time of teaching, activities and crafts.
Music is foundational to the worship experience at Munholland and enables us to connect to God like nothing else. Our hymns include both traditional favorites and more recent hymns. Congregational singing is robust, accompanied by Munholland's newly restored and expanded pipe organ. We have one of the best Organist in town and the Chancel Choir is outstanding, offering a variety of sacred music. Our music enriches the service greatly as we seek to worship God and experience His presence among us.
Our members try to make their time at church and worship comfortable. This is often reflected in the way they dress. Men wear either business casual or slacks and a collared shirt while women wear casual dresses, skirts, pants and blouses or shirts. Youth wear khakis or casual pants and a collared shirt.
Offering or Giving
The only thing we ask you to share with us is the registration of your attendance by placing the "Connection Card" from your bulletin in the Offering Plate as it is passed. We do not expect our guests to give financially. This is something we do in recognition and thanks for all that God has shared and blessed us with and to support the ongoing mission of Jesus Christ through Munholland.
Stop by the Information Center to inquire about one of our many mission opportunities to serve the community or our weekly Bible studies. Feel free to contact Rev. AnnaKate Rawles at 504-834-9910 or email@example.com.