The Duncan Banner

Lifestyles

May 24, 2013

May 24 Church Briefs

(Continued)

DUNCAN —

  •  Ray of Hope

Sunday services begin with a variety of morning classes for all ages followed by children’s church and morning worship.  

Sunday evening worship services meet in the main sanctuary with specialized services for youth.

Wednesday nights, ministry for the entire family begins with a meal followed by services. Adults meet in the sanctuary for Bible study.

Reed Connect will meet at 6 p.m. Saturday at the home of MC and Kathy Reed. Promotion Sunday will be Sunday, June 2. Summer camps are coming up in June. For more information, call 580-252-7772.

  •  Grace Baptist

The Sunday morning message and special music will be geared around Memorial Day. Worship leader Mark Marine will be leading the music. The evening service is canceled in honor of  Memorial Day.

The Adult Sunday school class lesson titled “Look For Good Works” is from Titus 3:1. The class will help answer the question: since I’m created in Christ for good works, what should I be doing?

The Wednesday night Bible study and prayer meeting will start at 7 p.m.

The next men and boys’ prayer breakfast will be at 7:30 a.m. Saturday, June 1 in the fellowship hall.

For a ride to any GBC service call the church at 580-255-5497.

  •  All Saints’ Episcopal

This Sunday, Rev. Slovak will speak on the topic “I am only one,” looking at the Christian call to action. In light of the tragedy that has happened this week in Oklahoma, how do we respond as Christians? Sunday School Classes meet in various rooms - come and check it out. Following the service is fellowship in Parish Hall.  

  •  First United Methodist

FUMC music ministry is hosting a free concert by the Jubilation Ringers. They are directed by Josh Fitzgerald.

The Jubilation Ringers, a group of 24 middle school and high school students from Church of the Messiah United Methodist in Westerville, Ohio, will pay a concert at First United Methodist Church in Duncan at 7 p.m. Friday, May 31 at FUMC.

The program includes well known arrangements of music, from the peace-filling “Dona Nobis Pacem” to an arrangement of the popular song “Just Dance.” There will be several well-known handbell pieces including “Spirit Wind” and “Capriccio.” For more information call 580-255-3353.

Text Only
Lifestyles
  • Hammond rediscovers love for musical theater

    For someone planning  a career in law, Reavis Hammond got his first taste of law school from an unexpected source.

    July 6, 2014

  • Paleo dieters suffer as Panera fights protein price jump

    While more than half of American consumers are looking to eat more protein and millions are adhering to the Paleolithic, or Paleo, diet, the higher cost of the muscle-building amino acids threatens to curb their enthusiasm and send them in search of cheaper alternatives.

    June 20, 2014

  • 6:17EdenBoswell.jpg Police: 'Gypsy Wedding' couple stole rings, cash at wedding

    A couple who appeared on the TLC reality series “My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding” was jailed in North Carolina last weekend, accused of stealing cash and valuables from the bride and groom at a wedding they were attending.

    June 18, 2014 2 Photos

  • Texting while driving is latest teen risk as smoking declines

    While smoking among American teens has fallen to a 22-year low, most adolescents admit to engaging in a new type of risky behavior: texting while driving.

    June 13, 2014

  • Screen shot 2014-05-30 at 2.39.00 PM.png Distracted? 3 desktop apps to save you from yourself

    While we normally share mobile apps, this week's "special edition" piece includes three desktop apps to save your distracted self from social media scrolling, constant email checking and general lack of focus.

    May 30, 2014 1 Photo

  • national-school-choice-week-logo1.jpg Americans prepare to support school choice

    Millions of Americans will voice their support for educational opportunity during the fourth-annual National School Choice Week, which begins on Jan. 26.
    The week will include an unprecedented 5,500 events across all 50 states, with a goal of increasing public awareness of the importance of empowering parents with the freedom to choose the best educational environments for their children.
    National School Choice Week events will be independently-planned and independently-funded by schools, organizations, individuals and coalitions. Events include rallies, roundtable discussions, school fairs, parent information sessions, movie screenings, and more.

    January 5, 2014 1 Photo

  • emily dickerson.jpg Last monolingual Chickasaw citizen dies at 93

    Emily Johnson Dickerson, a full blood Chickasaw who spoke only the Chickasaw language her entire life, died at her Ada home on Monday, Dec. 30, 2013. She was 93.
    Dickerson was the last monolingual Chickasaw language speaker, according to Joshua Hinson, director of the Chickasaw Nation Language Department.
    Hinson, who has devoted his career to revitalization of the Chickasaw language, said today the loss of Dickerson was monumental. “I’m still trying to wrap my mind around the loss and what this means to the Chickasaw Nation,” he said.
    Dickerson was one of only an estimated 70 remaining fluent speakers of the Chickasaw language.

    January 5, 2014 1 Photo

  • Mrs. Oklahoma.jpg Where is Mrs. Stephens County?

    Julie Pittman, Mrs. Oklahoma 2013, recently competed at Mrs. America and won Mrs. Photogenic. Who will she crown as her successor? The search is on.
    Mrs. Oklahoma is proud to announce its search for married women residing in Oklahoma who wish to receive the honor of representing their community in the 2014 State Competition. Selected applicants will receive an official title and banner and become their community’s representative.

    January 5, 2014 1 Photo

  • Native American focus features works by Choctaw artist

    Preparing for a temporary exhibit of works already in the vault at Chisholm Trail Heritage Center involved days of research for the staff, with curator Andy Couch overseeing the project. The exhibit features oil painting portraits and other images by the late Brunetta Bernard Griffith, of Choctaw ancestry, who died in 2006. It is part of the museum’s focus on Native American arts and history which kicked off with the new year and continues to March 14.
    “It is an exciting exhibit in that not all of her works have been on display here before and the quality of the work is showcased in this exhibit,” Executive Director Stacy Cramer Moore said.

    January 5, 2014

  • Gene Brown.jpg County parades provided Christmas spirit despite cold weather

    Whether you attended one, none, or all three area parades Dec. 14, there may have been a few scenes you missed.
    If you didn’t brave the cold, here is a glimpse into the Christmas season in Stephens County when Duncan, Marlow and Comanche celebrated with the cities’ annual parades.
    Floats ranged from those featuring groups, churches, city and county figures. Of course Santa ended each parade in his jolly style.

    December 22, 2013 2 Photos

Poll

Should the date for The World's Largest Garage Sale be changed from the third weekend in July to sometime in October to take advantage of cooler weather like we had this past weekend?

No. It's better in the summer cause kids are out of school.
Yes. More shoppers would come during nice fall weather.
Either time is fine.

     View Results
Parade
Magazine

Click HERE to read all your Parade favorites including Hollywood Wire, Celebrity interviews and photo galleries, Food recipes and cooking tips, Games and lots more.