The Norman Transcript
NORMAN — Carrie Christine Boren and Gregory Lee Headington were married Aug. 10 in a small family ceremony at the Memorial Chapel of The Episcopal Church of the Incarnation in Dallas.
The bride is missioner for evangelism for the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas and founder of the Good News Initiative. She has an undergraduate degree from Yale University and graduate degrees from Harvard University and Oxford University. She is the daughter of David L. Boren, Molly Shi Boren and the late Janna Little Robbins. The bride’s father is president of the University of Oklahoma and is a former U.S. senator and governor of Oklahoma.
The groom is the founder and president of The Global Faith Project. He graduated from Oklahoma State University and earned a doctorate from Fuller Theological Seminary. He is the son of the late Clare Headington and Catherine Meyer Headington. Clare Headington was an independent oil and gas producer.
Officiating were the Right Rev. James Stanton, presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas, the Right Rev. Paul Lambert, Bishop of the Episcopal Dioceses of Dallas, and the Rev. Dr. Gary Brandenburg, pastor of The Fellowship Church of Dallas.
The wedding party consisted of maids of honor Suzanne Anderson, Andrea Boren and Neina Kennedy.
Best man was Tim Headingtonm and groomsmen were Dan Boren and Spencer Tillman.
The flower girl was Janna Lou Boren, and the ring bearer was Hunter Boren.
Readers were Christopher Martin, David Martin and Julie Martin.
The couple will reside in Dallas following their honeymoon in Canada.