The Oklahoma United Methodist Conference Contact Digest
Volume 6, Number 6, May 18, 2018

‘All the issues of the teen years began to be transformed’
As far back as I can remember in life, I have known and experienced the love and acceptance of family and the faith and strength of the Church.
Book inspires first responders
AC Special Offering- Fire Chief Terry Ford keeps a devotional book in his briefcase. For this man who heads up the 85-member civilian firefighting service at Tinker Air Force Base, the book’s title says it all.
Churches help out during walkout
United Methodists across Oklahoma stepped up to help when public schools closed, some for 10 days, in early April during a teacher walkout and protests at the Capitol about education.
Hirsch headlines free program
Where is Christianity and where is it headed? Those issues will be part of a free talk June 22 on missional movements and leadership, hosted at Edmond-Acts 2, about ways churches can increase their reach.
Naming and proclaiming grace
In the home of Victoria Lee, you’ll find the genesis of a United Methodist church. This newest faith community in the Oklahoma Conference especially seeks to engage with American-born Asians in Oklahoma City.

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