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October 11, 2012

Faith community

NORMAN — Alameda Church of Christ

Senior Minister Rusty Tugman will continue the “Encounters with Jesus” sermon series with the lesson “From Shame to Salvation.”

Concord Missionary Baptist Church

“The Fruits Of Repentance” is the subject of the morning worship service. The theme will come from Luke 3:7-8 and Pastor Clark will speak from the text. The evening service will feature a message by John Jones.

CrossPointe Church

Sunday will continue the series “Ordinary,” with the sermon “Ordinary: Sticks, Stones, and Snack-Packs.”

East Robinson Baptist Church

Pastor Dr. Fred Hambrick’s sermon on Sunday is titled “Revival At Midnight,” from Acts 16: 29-31.

Faith Pointe Baptist Church

Larry Bryant, former Youth Pastor to Faith Pointe, will preach this week for Pastor Gann.

First Baptist Church

During Classic and LifeSong Worship services, the Rev. Kirk Hatcher will bring the sermon. “How to Meditate on Scripture” will be led by the Rev. Brad Price during pastor’s Bible study Sunday evening.

First Christian Church

The sermon is titled “By What Measure” based on Mark 10: 17-27 with the Rev. David Spain preaching at both morning services.

First Church of Christ, Scientist

Sunday’s sermon is titled “Doctrine of Atonement.”

First Presbyterian Church

Sunday, Dr. Bob Rice will preach a sermon titled “Empowering Individuals” based on Luke 8:1-8 at both morning services.

Holy Ascension Orthodox Church

Sunday is the Sunday in honor of the Holy Fathers of the Seventh Ecumenical Council. The Orthros Gospel is from Saint John 20:11-18. The Divine Liturgy Epistle is from Saint Paul’s Letter to Titus.

McFarlin Memorial United Methodist Church

This week will begin the sermon series “Made to Make a Difference.” The Rev. Linda Harker (sanctuary services) and the Rev. Randy Wade (Lifeline service in Fenn Hall) will preach from Ephesians 2: 8-10. 

Memorial Presbyterian Church

On Sunday, the Rev. Tracy Evans’ message will be “How to Be Good” based on Mark 10:17-31.

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