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November 22, 2012

Faith community

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NORMAN —

The sermon for the last Sunday of the church year is titled “My Words Will Never Pass Away,” from Mark 13:24-37.

United Church of Norman — UCC

“Do We Even Want to ‘Know’ Where Our Real ‘Authority’ Comes From?” is the subject of the reflection being shared by the Rev. Warren Jensen.

University Christian Church

Sunday, Elder David Robins will preach on “The Normalcy in Christ.”

University Lutheran Church and Student Center (ELCA)

On “Christ the King” Sunday, the Gospel of John 18:33-37 provides the text for Pr. Joe Summerville’s sermon which draws comparisons between Christ the King and earthly rulers who may not rule with love and compassion. Communion will be celebrated at both services. Craft items from Sharing the Dream in Guatemala will be available for purchase Sunday.

Victory Church of Norman

Associate Pastor Larry Ice plans to preach a sermon titled “Seven Principles That Made America Great,” from Psalms 33:12.

West Wind Unitarian Universalist Congregation

Sunday, Teresa Hawkes will present “The Intersection of Science and Religion: A Report of the Mind & Life Institute’s XXV Dialouge with the Dalai Lama.”

Wildwood Community Church

Sunday, Teaching Pastor Bruce A. Hess will speak on “Sharing His Love.”

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