Women’s organization celebrates 175 years of service, unity
The women of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints celebrated the 175th anniversary of the Relief Society organization in March. In Oklahoma, the organization has its roots since the early 1900s and still thrives today with more than 80 groups across the state. Read More
Church group offers climate change statement
The Oklahoma Conference of Churches, an organization representing 16 Christian faith traditions and denominations, held a news conference on Thursday to discuss its statement on climate change in conjunction with Earth Day, which is Saturday, April 22. Read More
God is faithful, Gov. Fallin says at prayer breakfast
Remember God’s faithfulness, the state’s top elected official said Wednesday during a prayer event in downtown Oklahoma City. Gov. Mary Fallin shared the spiritual reminder with an estimated crowd of 1,100 at the 34th annual Metro Prayer Breakfast at the Cox Convention Center. Read More
Women-Led Mosque Opens to Build Place Where 'Everyone Is Welcome'
Rabi'a Keeble has long believed that in the United States, women play important roles outside of the home, but when she thought about how they are treated in some mosques — seated in the back or in separate sections where even hearing the imam can be difficult — she felt it was unfair.
"Here, everybody is... Read More