People Walked Miles On A Frozen Lake To See These Jaw-Dropping Ice CavesMore than 11,000 people traveled to the far reaches of chilly Wisconsin this weekend, trekking for miles down a road and across the treacherous ice of Lake Superior. It was all for a glimpse of the jaw-dropping ice caves… MORE
Lenovo Under Investigation For Major Security IssueConnecticut Attorney General George Jepsen’s office said on Monday it has launched an investigation into Lenovo Group Ltd’s sales of laptops preloaded with Superfish software, which the U.S. government last month warned made users vulnerable to cyberattacks… MORE
Vast Majority Of Us Would Prefer A Thicker Smartphone If It Meant A Better BatteryAmericans don’t want thinner phones. At least, not if that means shorter battery life. A new HuffPost/YouGov poll finds that an overwhelming majority — 73 percent — of adults polled would prefer a thicker phone with longer battery life to a thinner one with shorter life… MORE
I Survived Ebola. Here’s What I Learned.While treating patients with Ebola in Guinea, I kept a journal to record my perceived level of risk of being infected with the deadly virus. A friend who’d volunteered previously had told me that such a journal comforted him when he looked back and saw no serious breach of protocol… MORE
Forbes 500 List Reveals A Disturbing Truth About Our EconomyThe Forbes 500 is still, as The New York Times described it in 1987, “a gossipy ranking of the country’s richest people.” Increasingly, those people are from the financial industry. Finance — banking, investing, hedge funds and private equity — accounted for 14 percent of the world’s 500 richest people… MORE
This Hot Chocolate With A Zing Will Save You On A Miserable Cold DayOn a cold, blustery day, nothing helps soothe your soul quite like a mug of silky hot chocolate. Spice up this winter staple by adding a touch of ginger to the recipe, and you’ll be feeling warmer in no time… MORE
Students Devise Way To Feed Homeless 5-Star Meals, Cut Food WasteOne Philadelphia homeless shelter used to have a major pea problem. Bethesda Project’s My Brother’s House had an abundance of smooth Alaska peas for its clients, but demand did not match supply, Drexel Now reported… MORE
These Stunning Photos Aren’t FakeFeet of snow may sound unusual to you, but in some parts of the world, it’s actually typical. Mountain ranges intercepted by the winter storm track and northern locations downwind from large bodies of water are notorious for annual snowfall of several hundred inches… MORE
February / March 2015
The King’s SingersThe King’s Singers will perform Postcards From Around the World at the Armstrong Auditorium.
JRB ART at The ElmsJRB ART at The Elms will feature two artists who currently live and work in Marfa, Texas for its March exhibit.
Bob Dylan Concert AnnouncementDylan is bringing his 19-city tour to WinStar World Casino and Resort.
OCU Societies to Honor Four at Awards of ExcellenceThe Societies of Oklahoma City University will honor four distinguished women of Oklahoma City during the annual Awards of Excellence dinner.
Governor Fallin Names Benjamin Myers as State Poet LaureateShawnee's Benjamin Myers Named Oklahoma State Poet Laureate.
Avi Avital joins the Venice Baroque OrchestraGrammy-nominated mandolinist Avi Avital joins the Venice Baroque Orchestra at the Armstrong Auditorium.
All Access Arts Students’ Honored at International FestivalChildren from John Rex Charter Elementary had artwork showcased at Kyoto Prefecture's yearly festival in Japan.
Nichols Hills Plaza UpdatePOPS and Provision Kitchen restaurants announce plans to open at Nichols Hills Plaza.
Celebrating 100 YearsFred Jones Jr. Museum of Art Celebrates 100 Years Of Artist-Founder Oscar Jacobson.
OKC Home & Outdoor Living ShowThe Home + Outdoor Living Show is March 20-22 at the State Fairgrounds.
"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