Month: July 2019

Praising the Lord with Your Voice

If you have a voice then you can sing! Come join the Sanctuary Choir this fall! You do not need any training or experience, you just need a voice. Choir rehearsals begin on Wednesdays August 7, at 6 p.m. in the Lecture Hall. All are welcome to jump in on Wednesday nights! The Sanctuary Choir…
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Town Hall Meetings

Over the last 124 years our church has been no stranger to change. Each change was for the purpose of reaching people for Jesus Christ and the transformation of the world. We are beginning the discussion of continuing this church’s journey with Phase Two of our building. The Building Committee is hosting two Town Hall…
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Vacation Bible School!

Vacation Bible School at First Church is July 28 – August 1, 5-8 p.m.! EP3-20 will help us explore the wonders of God’s power at work within ourselves and others. We will blast off to distant planets on exciting missions and have out-of-this world fun, learning and hearing timeless Bible stories that inspire us to…
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Oklahoma Conference July Newsletter

The Contact is the monthly publication produced both in print and online, free of charge, through the Oklahoma United Methodist Conference Department of Communications. If you haven’t had a chance to read this month’s Contact, it features the full list of appointments for 2019 by district. It also provides information about the exciting ministry and…
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Support PT’s End of Year Trip

We’ve decided to take ALL 80 of our Project Transformation and Kanisa Camp kids to the Ahha Museum in Tulsa on the last two days of camp.  The Ahha Museum envisions a culturally aware city where the lives of all citizens are enriched by access to and participation in a diverse spectrum of arts and…
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Pray for Dayspring Campers

On July 5, we will be leaving with a group of 14 to Camp WOW for Dayspring where we hope they will find God and God’s calling for their lives. Pray with us as we travel as a group for safety and guidance. Pray for our students that they open their ears so they may hear…
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