Sunday Nights at Noel! drop ins are welcome!
Sundays, September 17-October 22, 5-7pm.
Join us for five weeks of Food for the Mind, Body and Spirit. We’ll begin with dinner for all in Noel Café ($5 suggested donation, $20 family max), followed by something for everyone! For adults, choose between two studies, A Bible study - The Sermon on the Mount led by Rev. Leah Gaughan or An Enneagram Study - The Road Back to You led by Sarah Duet. Youth will participate in Youth Nights on the 3rd Floor, and children ages 2yrs.-5th grade will enjoy Bible Buddies, videos, kid’s choir and more. A nursery will be available for infants-1yr. olds. Register below or use sign-up sheets around the church.
Thank you Noel for being such a generous congregation. If you have not had a chance to pledge towards Noel’s 2018 Budget, there are a couple of ways to do that. Pledge cards are available in the pew backs of all worship spaces, or in the racks around the church, or fill out the online pledge card.
Help for Hurricane Harvey!
Join Noel in the effort to help victims of Hurricane Harvey.
You can help in 1 of 3 ways: donate financially, donate hygiene kit supplies, and/or donate a completed flood bucket. Details below or pick up instructions around the church.
help serve a meal!
thursday, september 21, 5:30pm, highland center gym, 520 olive, shreveport
Be blessed by serving a meal at Highland Blessing Dinner, Contact Veda Westby at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
happening On the Youth Floor!
Joyeux Youth Choir sundays beginning September 17, 4pm, youth floor.
Sunday night UMYF, 5-7pm, dinner games, & devotion
wednesday nights, 4-5:30pm, study hall, 5:30-6:30pm different programs
Noel Neighborhood Ministries Fall Flower Sale is underway
Orders/payment due September 29 pick-up October 28, 10am-12pm, Stephens St. courtyard
Order forms are around the church to purchase fall flowers & plants for your garden supporting Noel’s Food Pantry or order online.
There are a thousand stories of why Noel means so much to so many; we’d like to hear from you as part of our stewardship efforts. You can read the stories of others and share your own ways Noel has impacted your family at the gallery wall outside the worship center.
Series-Gospel in the Arts:
rev. elaine burleigh-early/traditional Service, sunday, September 17
Sermon-letting go of Anxiety
guest speaker, rev. Mimi McDowell-contemporary service, sunday, september 17
join us sundays at noel!
Early service 8:30am, lane chapel
contemporary service 10:30am, worship center
traditional service 10:30am, sanctuary
help serve a meal:
Highland blessing dinner
3rd Thursday of each month, 5:30pm, highland center, 520 olive
souper Saturday deliveries
last Saturday of each month, 9:15am, noel's kitchen, (holiday times vary)
Ncap - noel community arts program
HIGHLAND JAZZ AND BLUES FESTIVAL
saturday, sept 16, 12-6
Join us at our neighborhood's annual festival! Plenty of music, food, and fun; plus, NCAP will be making crafts under the Kids' Tent!
There is always something going on at NCAP. In addition to regular lessons in art and music, special workshop & classes, one-time events and so much more. Click below to get the latest details.
Purple Bag list - share the love
Thank you for your faithful generosity. Each filled bag makes a difference.
Purple bags are in each worship area or shop online. Please pick up items as able and bring them to worship on October 1, or place them in mission boxes around the church.
List: bags of sweet potatoes, 2lb. bags of cornmeal, beef or chicken broth 32oz., bottles of fruit juice 64oz., and vegetable oil 32oz.
The UMC Market
Shop, Save, Support
Save money at your favorite retailers, with a percentage of each purchase at thousands of participating brands contributed to your UMC ministry, at no additional cost to you.
For more information, call the church office at 318.221.5207.