The Norman Transcript


November 2, 2012

Faith community

NORMAN — Alameda Church of Christ

Sunday, Senior Minister Rusty Tugman will continue the “Encounters with Jesus” sermon series with the lesson “From Heartless to Helper.”

Concord Missionary Baptist Church

“Faith In Work or Work Of Faith?” is the theme for the morning worship this Sunday. Pastor Clark will study Romans 4:4-5 as the text. The evening worship will continue the study of Ephesians from 5:22-24,33 on the subject, “The Position Of Submission In Relationships.”

CrossPointe Church

Sunday will conclude the series on “Ordinary.”

Echo Church

Sunday’s sermon is “The Joy Genome, Week 2,” From 2 Philippians.

Faith Pointe Baptist Church

Sunday, Pastor Gann will preach “Dominated or Controlled,” from Romans 8:5-8.

First Baptist Church

Sunday morning, the congregation will begin focusing on international missions with the sermon series “Beautiful Feet.” Dr. Wade Smith will bring the sermon “Announcing Peace” during the classic and LifeSong services.

First Christian Church

Sunday’s sermon is titled “Not Far From the Kingdom” based on Ruth 1:1-18 and Mark 12:28-34 with the Rev. David Spain preaching at both morning services.

First Presbyterian Church

Sunday, the Rev. Dr. Bob Rice will preach a sermon titled “What to Remember at the Table” based on 1 Corinthians 11:23-33. Communion will be administered at both services.

Grace Presbyterian Church

Sunday morning, the Rev. Todd Dole will preach from John 6:22-40, “The Bread of Life (Part 2.)” Sunday evening, Dole will preach from 1 Peter 1:22-2:3, “Love From A Pure Heart (Part 2.)”

McFarlin Memorial United Methodist Church

Sunday will conclude 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 “A Great Cloud of Witnesses,” from Hebrews 12: 1-2. 

Memorial Presbyterian Church

Sunday, the Rev. Tracy Evans’ message will be “For All the Saints.” The congregation will celebrate All Saints Day and the Lord’s Supper.

NorthHaven Church

Sunday, Dr. Mitch Randall will bring the message “Love Triumphs,” from Mark 12:28-34. The congregation will welcome Cheryl Tarter for her first Sunday as the new music minister. The choir will sing “Love Triumphs,” arranged by C.J. Adams. At 6 p.m. on Sunday and Nov. 11, there will be a Confero service.

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