U.S. Bids To Host The Olympics After 28-Year AbsenceThe U.S. Olympic Committee will try to land the 2024 Olympics and end a 28-year drought without the Summer Games. Which city will it pick? Stay tuned… MORE
NASA Can See Your Christmas Lights… From Space!It’s not just your neighbors who can see your Christmas lights. The combined effect of holiday lights in cities and suburbs is so powerful that the difference from normal lighting conditions can be detected from space… MORE
6 Diets With Serious FlawsFrom Atkins to low-fat to paleo, there’s always some sort of fad diet making waves. To the millions of Americans wanting to drop pounds and get healthier, these rigid, eat-this-not-that plans often seem like the hot ticket to a better body. But they usually backfire… MORE
Cats vs. Christmas Trees In Epic Holiday BattleIt happens in homes throughout the world this time of year: People spend hours putting up a tree and decorating it painstakingly, getting the lights and garlands just so — and then, some cat comes along and knocks the entire thing down… MORE
This Recipe Is Worth $1 MillionThis year, a man was equipped with a bionic eye that allowed him to see for the first time in 30 years. In December, doctors figured out how to 3D print a knee joint. This year also produced an iPhone case that doubles as a taser. Another thing 2014 invented? These… MORE
Russia Panics Ahead Of Economic TurmoilRussian consumers flocked to the stores Wednesday, frantically buying a range of big-ticket items to pre-empt the price rises kicked off by the staggering fall in the value of the ruble in recent days… MORE
Fallout From Sony Hacking Explodes As Theaters Pull ‘The Interview’The blow that the hacking attack has dealt Sony is spreading beyond the entertainment corporation itself to theater chains and movie goers alike. And the financial toll is adding up too. Threats of violence against movie theaters… MORE
Denmark Tops FORBES’ Best Countries For BusinessThe U.S. is the world’s undisputed economic superpower representing nearly one-quarter of global GDP with $16.7 trillion last year. It is the financial capital of the world and has largely recovered from the Great Recession… MORE
ISSUE Dec 2014 / Jan 2015
YMCA Welcoming SoldiersYMCA Military Welcome Center to Host Hundreds of Traveling Soldiers.
‘The Book of Isaiah’ to premiere January 1-4Herbert W. Armstrong College announces its third musical theater production, The Book of Isaiah.
Duck Dynasty Stars in OKCOklahoma City Mayor Issues Proclamation in Honor of Robertson Family.
PAGEANT in the PlazaMusical Comedy PAGEANT Brings Unique Beauty Contest to the Plaza.
Keep Oklahoma Beautiful AwardsHundreds join for a night of excellence.
Magical Doorway Into Christmas SeasonCanterbury Choral Society (CCS) is excited to announce the second concert of their Season of Passion.
5K Race in to the New Year!Start your New Year’s resolution early at the Arts Council of Oklahoma City’s second annual Opening Night Finale 5K.
The Resurgence of Christian GiftsThere are so many times in our fast-paced world that we have forgotten the true value of the Christmas season.
ESCCO Taking Applications for AwardApplications for the third annual Bill Phillips Award are being accepted by the Executive Service Corps of Central Oklahoma.
Emerging and Established ArtistsTo be featured at JRB Art at The Elms throughout December.
"Witnessing to Jesus Christ in the fullness of the Anglican tradition"
All Souls' Episcopal Church 6400 N. Pennsylvania Oklahoma City, OK 73116 (405) 842-1461 Website: www.allsoulsokc.com SUNDAY SERVICES (nursery provided) 8:00 am 10:00 am 9:15 am Adult Sunday School 10:00 am Children's Chapel/Sunday School WEEKDAY SERVICES 8:30 am – Morning Prayer – Mon–Fri 5:30 pm – Evening Prayer – Mon,Tue,Wed,Fri Holy Communion Wednesday - 7:00 am and 10 am Thursday – 5:30 pm Saturday – 5:30 pm
14600 North Portland Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73134 405.755.2227 8:30 am Traditional Service 9:30am Blended Sanctuary Service 11:00 am Blended Sanctuary Service 9:30 am Contemporary Service 10:40 am Contemporary Service
4400 N. Shartel Oklahoma City, OK 73118 405.524.2204 8:30 am Chapel 9:30 am Sancturary 11:00 am Sanctuary
NW 25th & Western Regular Worship Hours: 8:30 am Chapel 9:30 am Christian Studies 10:55 am Sanctuary Dr. Carl Bosteels, Pastor Dr. Matt Meinke, Associate Pastor 525-6584 www.fpcokc.org