The Oklahoma United Methodist Conference Contact Digest
Volume 6, Number 12, November 2, 2018
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Contact to go digital in 2019
The Contact newspaper has been a mainstay of the Oklahoma United Methodist Conference since 1970, informing United Methodists across the state what God is doing in and through this conference.
Counting on connection
Andre Contino wears a clergy collar to his downtown office in Oklahoma City every Wednesday, where he offers prayer and communion to more than 100 people gathered in the parking lot at 1200 S. Walker Ave.
New nonprofit turns coffee into employment
In a small basement office in Oklahoma City, a new non-profit is hoping coffee can address a societal problem: employment after incarceration. Red River Roasters is dreaming big and starting small.
OKC-St. Luke’s Asbury hosts fiesta during Hispanic Heritage Month
In honor of Hispanic Heritage month, OKC-St. Luke’s Asbury threw a fiesta for their community with crafts, games, food and music. The children painted maracas and Mexican flags, made crepe flowers, and everyone enjoyed eating elote, nachos and duros.
Court: One Church Plan largely constitutional
From United Methodist News Service: "A review of possible plans for the future direction of The United Methodist Church found the One Church Plan to be largely constitutional, said a decision released Oct. 26 by the denomination’s top court."

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Bishop Jimmy Nunn responds to Tree of Life shooting

National and Worldwide news from the United Methodist Church

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