The Oklahoma United Methodist Conference Contact Digest
Volume 5, Number 16, December 1, 2017

As one door closes, another opens in OKC
God’s people broke bread together twice Nov. 5 as they said farewell to the place that was the longtime home of Leland Clegg United Methodist Church and, more recently, Mosaic UMC and North OKC Native American Fellowship.
Retired clergyman fondly recalls community’s caring as youth at Wickline
BY BOB CARLISLE My parents were the first members of OKC-Wickline United Methodist Church, and of course we were very active throughout the years. I am a retired UM minister now, living in Spring Hill, Tennessee, just south of Nashville.
The Christ Experience prepares for move to space at First
Two United Methodist churches — one majority African-American congregation and one mostly white — will join hands Dec. 10 to share the same space in downtown Oklahoma City.
Wayne teen takes action to help girls globally
A program that furnishes girls in impoverished areas with washable feminine hygiene kits captured the interest of a young United Methodist in Wayne. Magnolia Ireland said she wanted “a project that would help other girls."
Wichitas District greets new DA
New Lawton resident Nathan Skinner needed to find work. Pursuing temporary assignments, he learned of one with long-term potential. Between job interviews, he stopped and asked God for guidance. “Whichever one, I hope you are there with me every step of the way to help me grow and flourish and be everything you want me to become.”

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