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Grace, love and HopeHouse

Bob Stoops, former University of Oklahoma football coach, will be guest speaker at the Nov. 8 "Hope for Oklahoma Luncheon," a...

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Canterbury Voices mixes unlikely musical styles in season opener 'Bluegrass and Blue Jeans'
Like one of his comedic heroes, Lucas Ross first picked up the banjo as a prop. “I had a banjo that somebody let me borrow … when I was doing a talent show in eighth grade and I wanted to do Steve Martin stuff. That banjo was missing a string, it wasn't tuned right," Ross said. "But it was a banjo. I didn't know... Read More
Religion briefs for Oct. 21
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Southside ministry founder receives award
Sally Goin, founder and executive director of FaithWorks of the Inner City, recently received the 2017 Friend of Faith Award from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Oklahoma during a special presentation on Oct. 12 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' Oklahoma City Stake house, 5020 NW... Read More
Major relic is presented to martyred priest's hometown parish
A major relic of the Rev. Stanley Rother was recently presented to his hometown parish, Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Okarche. Read More
Grace, love and HopeHouse
Bob Stoops, former University of Oklahoma football coach, will be guest speaker at the Nov. 8 "Hope for Oklahoma Luncheon," a fundraiser for HopeHouse OKC, which provides transitional housing for families experiencing homelessness or other crises. The event will be at the Will Rogers Theatre & Event Center, 4322... Read More
Baha'i Faith members discuss their path to Oklahoma: faith community prepares for festival
Several members of the Oklahoma City metro Baha'i Faith community discuss their path to Oklahoma as they prepare to host the Light of Unity Festival celebrating the 200th birthday of Baha'i Faith's founder, Bahá’u’lláh, on Sunday at the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond. Read More
Bible lesson
“I have not dwelt in a house from the day I brought the Israelites up out of Egypt to this day. I have been moving from place to place with a tent as my dwelling.” 2 Samuel 7:6 God seeks to dwell with His people wherever they live. When Moses was on Mount Sinai, the LORD descended in the cloud and stood with... Read More
Female chief discusses her link to Oklahoma City-based Maisha organization
Jenipher Kosome, one of the first village chiefs in Kenya, recently discussed her link to the Maisha Project, an Oklahoma City-based nonprofit that was founded by Kenyan native Beatrice Williamson who lives in Oklahoma City. The nonprofit connects Oklahomans and others around the country with Kenyan children and... Read More
Churches offer fall festivals and Halloween alternatives
Numerous metro-area churches and other faith organizations are offering fall festivals and Halloween alternatives. Read More
Bible lesson for Oct. 14
Bible lesson for Oct. 14 Read More
Religion briefs for Oct. 14
Religion briefs for Oct. 14 Read More
Christian apologist will speak at Oklahoma Christian University
Atheist-turned-Christian Lee Strobel will speak on Nov. 13 at Oklahoma Christian University as part of the school's McGaw Lecture Series. Read More
Singer shares 'Lifetime of Music and Ministry'
John Michael Talbot, a contemporary Christian recording artist who was born in Oklahoma, will bring his "Lifetime of Music and Ministry" concert tour to the metro on Oct. 22 at Epiphany of the Lord Catholic Church. Read More
Oklahoma churches will mark 500th anniversary of the Reformation
Numerous churches in the Oklahoma City metro area and across the state are planning activities to mark the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. Some individuals also have traveled to Germany to participate in activities related to the anniversary or are planning to make the trip. Read More
Christian school dedicates new campus
With the help of a $1.6 million donation, a unique private Christian school once housed in a small church building has moved to a sprawling property in northeast Oklahoma City. Little Light Christian School, an education center for children whose parents are incarcerated, recently dedicated its new campus at 3301 N... Read More
Q&A with Kathy Neal: Law requires reasonable accommodation of religious beliefs, practices
Q&A with Kathy Neal: Law requires reasonable accommodation of religious beliefs, practices Read More
Christian group at Oxford University banned from fair out of fear it would 'alienate' students - news - att.net
A college of Oxford University banned a student Christian group from appearing at a freshman fair out of fear it would lead to "alienating" students who practice other religions. The Christian Union of Oxford’s Balliol College was initially banned by an event organizer who felt students might feel “unwelcome” due... Read More
What the world needs now? Less judgment, more empathy and love, panelists say
A public forum entitled "Hate or Hospitality?" drew more than 300 people to Putnam City High School on Oct. 1. Hosted by Oklahoma City First Church of the Nazarene, the forum included a panel discussion featuring author Richard Beck, the Rev. Lori Walke and Imam Imad Enchassi. Read More
Growing Grace
Ministry couple Tim and Kirsten Baer are spiritual leaders of Grace Church, an Episcopal house of worship in Yukon, that has grown exponentially over the last four years. Read More
Oilfield Prayer Breakfast story connects family to aid
A story shared at the 2016 Oilfield Prayer Breakfast connected the family of an oilfield worker to much-needed aid. The 2017 Oilfield Prayer Breakfast is set for Oct. 19 at the Tower Hotel, 3233 Northwest Expressway in Oklahoma City. Read More

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Oct 20The congregation at Cherokee Hills Baptist Church has "adopted"...

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Rother's hometown parish gets major relic

Oct 20A major relic of the Rev. Stanley Rother was recently presented to...

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Little Light shines at new school site

Oct 12With the help of a $1.6 million donation, a unique private...

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Mobile market

Oct 5The Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma's Fresh Food Mobile Market...

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A few things people said about the beatification of the Rev. Stanley Rother

Sep 23People traveled from near and far to attend the beatification...