PLEASE NOTE OUR TEMPORARY ADDRESS:
PRESBYTERY OF SOUTH LOUISIANA
250 S FOSTER DR.
BATON ROUGE, LA 70806
WE HAVE BEEN HAVING ISSUES WITH THE USPS AND GETTING OUR MAIL FORWARDED. IF YOU HAVE SENT SOMETHING TO THE OFFICE AND IT HAS BEEN RETURNED WE APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE. PLEASE SEND TO OUR TEMPORARY ADDRESS. THANK YOU!
Thank you for visiting the Presbytery of South Louisiana! The PSL office sustained significant damage in the 2016 Flood of Baton Rouge and surrounding areas. We are currently in transition to our temporary office site at The Church of the Way Presbyterian Church in Baton Rouge.
In response to to the devastation caused by flooding through out south Louisiana, PSL has hired Christina Drake, formerly of Project Homecoming to spearhead all of our flood recovery efforts. Christina comes to us with invaluable experience in disaster relief in south Louisiana. You may reach Christina at email@example.com. If you have needs caused from flood damage or you have resources you would like to donate or you would like to volunteer, please contact Christina through email or phone, 225-685-7708. Thank you!
If you wish to make a monetary donation to the Presbytery of South Louisiana for flood assistance, you may do so by clicking the link below or scan the QRcode. At this time monetary donations are greatly appreciated due to the varying needs of everyone affected.
If you would like to send a check, please mail it to:
Presbytery of South Louisiana:
250 S Foster Dr.
Baton Rouge, LA 70806
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