McFarlin Memorial United Methodist Church
Sunday will continue 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 “Blessed to Be a Blessing,” from Genesis 12:1-3.
Memorial Presbyterian Church
On Sunday, the Rev. Barbara Boyd’s message will be “The Burden and Blessing of Privilege” based on Mark 10:35-45.
Morning Star Center for
John Blake’s message is titled “Repentance: Doorway to Happiness.” He will bring a perspective enriched by his 38 years in the legal profession and a transformational journey embracing far eastern horizons, Native American spirituality and Christianity.
St. Stephen’s United
The Rev. Amy Venable’s sermon will be “Too Much Talk About Left and Right; The Point Is In How We Live Our Lives,” from Mark 10:35-45.
South Canadian Valley Church of Christ
Sunday, Mark Woody will continue a series on the “Seven Last Statements of Christ from the Cross.” His topic will be: “Victory — It is finished.”
Trinity Lutheran Church (LC-MS)
On the 21st Sunday after Pentecost, the sermon by Vicar Uphoff will be titled “Gaining Everything in Christ” based on Mark 10:23-31. It is the annual Mission Sunday and the Malagasy Lutheran Church in Madagascar will be featured with a video and slide presentation.
United Church of Norman — UCC
Mark 10:35-45 will be the scripture passage focused on in the morning service. The Rev. Warren Jensen will bring a message titled “How Can We Turn Things Around?”
University Christian Church
Sunday, Dr. James Taylor will speak on the series “Joshua: From Defeat to Victory,” titled “Joshua’s Obedience to Moses’ Commands,” from Joshua 8:30-35. At 2 p.m. on Sunday, there will be a short seminar, “5 Wishes,” about Advance Directive Information.
University Lutheran Church and Student Center (ELCA)
For contemporary and traditional worship, Pr. Joe Summerville’s sermon text will come from Mark 10:35-45.
Victory Church of Norman
Associate Pastor Timothy Wheeler plans to preach a sermon titled “Burn it up, Lord,” from Romans 7:19-21 at the afternoon service Sunday.
Wildwood Community Church
Sunday will be a baptism and Communion service (during both services).