The Norman Transcript

Religion

November 8, 2012

Faith community

(Continued)

NORMAN —

McFarlin Memorial United Methodist Church

Sunday will continue the sermon series “The Power of a Whisper.” The Rev. Linda Harker will preach a sermon titled “Ears to Hear,” from 1 Samuel 3:1-11 in all services.

Memorial Presbyterian Church

Sunday, the Rev. Tracy Evans’ message will be “For What It’s Worth,” based on Mark 12:38-44.

Morning Star Center for

Spiritual Living

Tom Burns, a professor of sociology at the University of Oklahoma, will speak on the topic “Connecting with the Universal Oversoul: The Path of Gratitude.” Burns will discuss how gratitude can help individuals connect with the divine.

NorthHaven Church

Sunday, Dr. Randy Ridenour will bring the message “Living In the Darkness,” from Psalm 88. The choir will sing “Lay Down Your Troubles,” by John Purifoy. Communion will be observed. Sunday evening, Confero will continue at 6.

St. Stephen’s United

Methodist Church

This week in worship, the Rev. Amy Venable’s sermon will be “No One Said This Journey Would Be Problem-Free” and is based on Job 42:1-6, 10-17.

South Canadian Valley Church of Christ

Sunday, Bruce Kessler’s sermon will be “Where Have You Been?”

Trinity Baptist Church

Sunday, Senior Pastor Ronnie W. Rogers will speak on “Why Believe the Scripture is True.” Sunday evening, he will speak on “The Superiority of the New Covenant.”

Trinity Lutheran Church (LC-MS)

The sermon for the 24th Sunday after Pentecost from Mark 12:38-44 is titled “Everything We Have is from God Through Jesus Christ.” It also is Veterans Day and Remembering the Persecuted Church Day throughout the world.

United Church of Norman — UCC

“Is it Over? Or is it Beginning?” is the subject of the reflection to be shared by the Rev. Warren Jensen at the morning worship. The scripture text will be found in the passage from Matthew 6:24-34.

University Christian Church

Sunday, Deacon and retired Colonel Danny Marler will share his testimony. The theme will be “Honoring Our Veterans.” UCC members that served in any branch of the military will be featured in a book with pictures and information of their time in the military.

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