WEEKLY SERVICESJoin us ONLINE for our services during this time of physical distancing.
LIVE STREAMING PROBLEMS
We had some technical issues during our YouTube live stream of the Sunday morning service this week. A video of the service was made and has been posted on our YouTube channel so that you can view the service without the interference experienced on the live broadcast. Ninth Sunday After Pentecost
“Many people who try to fight racism waste time and effort because they do not know or understand racism” - Dr. Paul Lehman.
Join Intern-Deacon Todd Olberding and Dr. Paul Lehman, author and St. Augustine’s member, at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesdays via Zoom in August, for an in-depth discussion on how to address the myth of race, in response to a study of Robin DeAngelo’s book – White Fragility. The hope, is that these discussions will ultimately lead us to finding tangible actions towards a solution. Please contact Todd at firstname.lastname@example.org or 405-326-9037 to sign up and for more information on getting a free copy of the book and other details.
CLEANING AND SCHOOL SUPPLY DRIVE
Our friends at Angie Debo Elementary School on N. May Avenue are preparing for the upcoming school year and need our help. They are in great need of cleaning supplies and school supplies. Please help by dropping off the following items at St. Augustine M-F 9am-1pm: Hand sanitizer, Lysol or other disinfecting wipes, Lysol/Disinfecting Spray, Expo (dry erase) markers, crayons, markers, glue sticks, spiral notebooks, large pink erasers and scissors or consider donating $20 which will purchase one of each of the above items for the school.
The deadline is August 30th. Email email@example.com for more details or to make a donation today.
On Saturday, August 8, at 11am, St. Paul’s Cathedral in Oklahoma City will host a service for the Welcoming and Seating of the new Bishop. This ceremony signals the passing of authority from the current Bishop Diocesan, Bishop Ed, to the Bishop Coadjutor, Bishop Poulson. The service will be live streamed on the Diocesan YouTube Page.
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