Due to COVID-19, for the next several weeks, we will be holding our church service through

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Carrollton United Methodist Church



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Sunday  |  10:30 a.m.

921 South Carrollton Ave. 

New Orleans, LA 70118



Carrollton United Methodist Church

921 S. Carrollton Avenue

New Orleans, Louisiana 70118


Phone: 504-861-7597


Email: pastor@carrolltonumc.com





Daniel Lund III



My principal passions in ministry are in the areas of preaching, leadership and church growth. I am ready to embark in a ministry that allows me to devote my energies to reaching others for Christ. I'm honored that God has given me the opportunity to pursue the ministry within His Church.

Moses Eder

Worship Music Director


Moses Eder has been performing in worship bands as a drumset player for the last 10 years, including jazz vespers, choir accompaniment, musical pit orchestras and contemporary ensembles.  His backgrounds in Jazz, Classical Music and World Music inform his disciplined and eclectic approach to creativity and community building through performance and education.  



Carrollton United Methodist Church, built in 1885, is rebuilding its more than a century old ministry in the Riverbend area of Uptown New Orleans.

Your donations help make our ministry possible.

We welcome contributions by mail to:

Carrollton UMC

 921 S. Carrollton Ave.

New Orleans, Louisiana 70118


If you would like to donate by PayPal, please follow the link below.

We will be serving dinner to the students at the Tulane/Loyola Wesley Center


  Send us an email if you are able to contribute to a meal!



Megan Scheffe 

Children and Youth Coordinator


Megan Scheffe is passionate about sharing the Word of God with kids of all ages. She has been serving in Children's and Youth Ministry for 10 years. From working with 3-year-olds to college students, Megan is excited to use her experience to help nurture kids at Carrollton UMC and develop their relationship with Christ.