5-Ingredient Slow Cooker Recipes For Those Busy WeeknightsWe love the slow cooker for how much easier it makes our lives. Not only does it cook us dinner and dessert, but we can hack it into a steamer when needed. Plus, it turns out, it's pretty easy to clean, too. In the name of ease and simplicity, we set out to find... MORE
21 Awesome Crafts To Make From Your Leaf PileOne of the most annoying things about the fall is raking leaves. I mean, sure, you get to jump in the huge pile...but you still have to rake it up all over again. Instead of letting all that beautiful fall foliage go to waste, save a few (or all) of them for one of these cool crafts. Soon, you'll be excited to rake... MORE
Nearly 2 Million Boxes Of Cheerios Recalled For Possible ContaminationGeneral Mills is recalling 1.8 million boxes of Cheerios and Honey Nut Cheerios produced at a plant in Lodi, California, saying the cereal is labeled gluten-free but actually contains wheat. The recall affects Cheerios and Honey Nut Cheerios that were made in July... MORE
One CEO’s Quote Sums Up Resilience Of Flood-Drenched South CarolinaAfter the storm comes the sun. The chief executive of the South Carolina Small Business Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday urged workers to return to their jobs in hopes of kickstarting the region's economy after combined storm systems deluged 11 counties around the state capital. "It's a sunny day here... MORE
The 10 Most Beautiful European Cities To Visit This FallPlan your family vacation in the Fall after the summer's heat and crowds have disappeared. It's a great time to visit Europe with good weather (mostly!) for exploring, better rates all around, and that glorious Fall light bathing the picturesque scenery... MORE
Death Toll From South Carolina Floods Rises To 14The Carolinas saw sunshine Tuesday after days of inundation, but it could take weeks to recover from being pummeled by a historic rainstorm that caused widespread flooding and 14 deaths. Tuesday was the first completely dry day in Columbia... MORE
VW Warns Staff Of Impending ‘Massive Cutbacks’New Volkswagen Chief Executive Matthias Mueller warned staff on Tuesday to brace for "massive cutbacks" in response to the diesel emissions scandal that has hammered the company's stock and reputation... MORE
Decision Threatens Facebook, Google Use Of European DataA lot of American businesses, from Facebook to Google to thousands of other smaller firms, might be pushing the panic button this morning. The European Court of Justice this morning declared the Safe Harbour Framework that has... MORE
August /September 2015
October at the Myriad GardensOctober is one of the loveliest months of the year in Oklahoma. Leaves are changing, temps are dropping, and people want to get and enjoy!
Oklahoma Schools Superintendent Joy HofmeisterCommunity and education leaders interested in starting or strengthening a public school foundation in their community are invited to attend the Fall Forum for Local Education Foundations
Would You Be My NeighborCall St. James Park old-fashioned because this neighborhood is investing in building a tight-knit community, not just a neighborhood
Brayer&Brush Celebrates Third AnniversaryOklahoma art lovers are invited to experience the third anniversary celebration of Brayer&Brush, 3012 N. Lee, on October 2, First Friday Art Walk in the Paseo Arts District
The Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence seeking nominationsThe Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence is seeking nominations for its 2016 Academic All-State Scholarships and Medal for Excellence Awards.
Lt. Governor Todd Lamb to host the Lt. Governor’s Young Professionals ConferenceThis conference will bring together young professionals from the state of Oklahoma, providing them an opportunity to engage and connect with other young leaders
Wrangle at Red Mountain RanchA right lively crew heads out west to a real dude ranch. They are seeking to hash out their differences by living a cowboy's life and reenacting scenes from the Old West
New Pumpkin Macchiato now availableSeptember 29 is National Coffee Day, and Dunkin’ Donuts will welcome the holiday by brewing several special offers for coffee lovers through the coming weeks
National Seafood Month Comes to Oklahoma CityOklahomans are joining the celebration of National Seafood Month this October
Violin Superstar Joshua BellArmstrong International Cultural Foundation launches its 17th annual performing arts season with one of the most celebrated violinists of his era, Joshua Bell.
"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 Christian Studies 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