If You’re Thinking Of Signing Up For Netflix, Do It NowIf you’re thinking about shelling out for that Netflix streaming subscription, now may be the time to do it. The company said in a letter to shareholders Monday that it’s going to raise prices for new members by the end of June… MORE
INFOGRAPHIC: The Poorest Places In AmericaData from the Census Bureau show where the poor live… MORE
As Ferry Sank, Some Crew Members Gave Their Lifejackets To PassengersAs the ferry sank, some crew members gave their lifejackets to passengers. One refused to leave until she shepherded students off the ship, and was later found dead… MORE
The ONE Tourist Trap You’re Missing Out On In Each U.S. StateIt’s a fine, blurred, and fuzzy little line that separates our nation’s most-visited cultural sites from its trashy tourist traps. Of course, any “tourist trap” can be a “cultural site,” depending on how you look at it… MORE
5 Things The Greeks Can Teach Us About Aging WellThere’s a lot we can learn from the Greeks, no doubt. Some of the greatest (and wisest) minds who ever lived were Greek… Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle to name a few. We can thank them for things like democracy… MORE
The Student Loan Nightmare ScenarioThe U.S. consumer financial watchdog warned on Tuesday that some student loan borrowers could be thrown into default if relatives who co-signed their loans die or declare bankruptcy… MORE
‘I Was Sentenced To Life In Prison — And Then I Got A Second Chance’Last week, Stephanie George, a single mother of two, changed out of her prison khakis and into a white blouse and white slacks, then stepped outside the gates of the Federal Correctional Institution in Tallahassee, Fla. After spending 17 years behind bars… MORE
New Keystone Pipeline Delay: ‘Act Of Political Cowardice’Whenever businesses and bureaucrats don’t have the guts to stand behind a decision they’ve made, they release the news late on a Friday. In the case of the Obama administration’s move to delay indefinitely a decision to approve or deny the Keystone XL pipeline… MORE
ISSUE April / May 2014
OKC Energy FC to Host Downtown RallyFans of professional soccer will have a chance to meet with OKC Energy FC players, coach and owners.
Junior League of Oklahoma CityThe Junior League of Oklahoma City honored two sustaining members during its Annual Membership Luncheon on April 3.
Workout Apps for Healthy LivingVerizon Wireless provides apps that can help you with your CrossFit routine.
Local Calligrapher Creates Works of ArtEvery time Kim McAllister puts pen to paper, she creates a unique, one-of-a-kind masterpiece.
OKCFEST™ 2014 – First Annual Music ExtravaganzaA new summer music festival that is the brainchild of Oklahoma City Mayor Mick Cornett and prominent business and civic leader Fred Hall.
OKC to Host Canoe/Kayak Flatwater Sprint Team TrialsEvent returns to the Oklahoma River April 25-26, 2014.
Chesapeake Launches Operation BlueChesapeake employees receive four hours of company time to serve local nonprofit organizations.
Original Beauty is RestoredLocal artist uses an artistic ability that allows him to restore high-end paintings, china, fine statues, crystal and much more.
Energy Conference Brings Tanzanian Delegation to OCURichels, Lawler, Ming to Discuss Exploration and Production.
Broadway & BrewLyric’s Understudies Present Broadway & Brew May 2
"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