NORMAN — Alameda Church of Christ
Sunday, Senior Minister Rusty Tugman will begin the “Dear Church…” sermon series with the lesson “Letter to Ephesus.” The sermon text comes from Revelation 2:1-7.
BridgeView United Methodist Church
In worship this week, the congregation will look at the Gospel reading from Luke, Chapter 5:1-11.
Concord Missionary Baptist Church
Pastor Clark will conclude the study in the morning worship from Psalm 23:6, “A Celebration Song.” The evening service will be highlighted by a sermon from John Jones.
Sunday, will continue the series titled “Pray.”
Sunday will include a worship concert with Jami Smith. To hear Jami’s story and heart, visit www.jamismith.com.
Faith Pointe Baptist Church
Sunday, Pastor Gann will preach “Everyday Is Valentines Day,” from Ephesians 5:25-31.
First Baptist Church
First Christian Church
Sunday’s sermon is titled “The Dream Lives On” based on Luke 9:28-36 with the Rev. Catherine Bennett preaching at both morning services.
First Presbyterian Church
Dr. Bob Rice will continue a sermon series on “The Ten Commandments.” Sunday’s sermon is titled “The Lord Alone” and based on Exodus 20:1-6; 32:1-6 at both morning services.
Holy Ascension Orthodox Church
Sunday is the 33rd Sunday after Pentecost, in Tone 3 Eothinon 3. The Epistle reading for Divine Liturgy is St. Paul’s Second Letter to Timothy 2:1-10. The Gospel reading is from St. Matthew 25:14-30.
Memorial Presbyterian Church
Sunday, the Rev. Tracy Evans’ message will be “Still Climbing” based on Luke 9:28-36.
Morning Star Center for
Ben Fenwick’s talk is titled, “Communion in the Wasteland: A War Correspondent’s Perspective of Afghanistan.” Fenwick is Rose State College’s news coordinator. He reported from Afghanistan and Iraq while embedded with the Oklahoma National Guard.
Sunday, Dr. Mitch Randall will bring the message “The Eternal House,” from 2 Corinthians 5:1-5. Communion will be observed. Music will be brought by SoloFlight Band who are here for the Youth Connection Weekend. They will sing “Beautiful Things” and “I Need Thee.”