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April / May 2015
Queen of the Prairie FestivalTwo-day music festival featuring premier Americana, Folk and Roots music artists.
“Exploring My World” JRB Art at the ElmsThree solo exhibits by three female artists.
Keep Oklahoma Beautiful Is Turning 50Join us for a night of celebration.
Harkins Tuesday Night Classics go WestHarkins Theatres goes back in time every Tuesday night with Harkins Tuesday Night Classics.
40th Annual Renaissance BallThe 40th Annual Renaissance Ball, benefiting the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, will be held Friday, Sept. 11, at 7 p.m.
Oklahoma City’s oldest arts fundraiser at Festival of the ArtsThe 48th annual Angels and Friends Party, Wed., April 22 during Festival of the Arts.
New Opera Based on Mark Landis’ ForgeriesWorld premiere at Oklahoma City Museum of Art.
The StepCrew Returns to the Armstrong AuditoriumThe StepCrew will perform three styles of exhilarating dance forms on Thursday, April 23, at 7:30 p.m.
“Living Shrines” and “Balancing Acts”Photographer, Siegfried Halus, and Oklahoma artist, Paul Medina, will be featured in April at JRB Art at The Elms Gallery.
The Odd CoupleNeil Simon’s hilarious contemporary comic classic: the female version of The Odd Couple.
"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