• Inequality: A Faith Response – from Rev. Welch


    Dear Friends and Members of the United Church of Norman-UCC

    You’re invited to join us this Sunday for our 11 a.m worship as Don Holladay, an attorney involved in making happen the Oklahoma marriage equality court decision, presents on the topic: Inequality a Faith Based Response. He will be exploring Matthew 25:31-45 as a charter for what the church and faith based organizations should be doing in response to the inequalities we find in our nation and our world.


    Rev. Dwight Welch



    Church Events

    June 18th Sunday
    Adult ed at 9: 45 a.m Ted Talk discussions led by Vicki Walden and Dana Cantwell


    NPJC is planning the Norman Peace Festival for Saturday, September 23, 2017. Please join us for our organizational meeting on June 14 at 6:30 PM at the Norman Public Library Central branch. We are going to be discussing the details and how we are going to raise the money to hold this event. If you cannot attend this meeting but would like to help. please contact us via email or phone. normanpjc@gmail.com or 405.561.1248

    There will be a showing of the film From the Ashes. The showing is on Friday, June 23rd, 7pm. It’s an advance screening of this new documentary film produced by RadicalMedia and Bloomberg Philanthropies. Watch the 2 minute trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=rV0ro0uleVo The showing will happen 1602 Barwick Drive Norman, OK 73072 at Rev. Pam Normille’s home.

    June 25th Sunday

    Our Pride service will be held early at 10 a.m. There will be no adult ed. You are invited to join us afterwards for OKC parade by visiting our church booth and joining us with Norman PFLAG in the Pride March at 4 p.m.



    Book Club June 19th

    We’re discussing chapters 2 and 3 of Chris Haye’s new book A Colony in a Nation at Nancy Logan’s home 3200 Summit Bend at 7pm.



    Food and Shelter Needs

    Resident and Shelter Needs include soap, cleaning supplies, furniture, diapers. Kitchen Needs are dry sealed foods. Care Packets for the homeless include deodorant, self care products, snack foods



    Vacation Bible School

    Is being held with Memorial Presbyterian Church 601 24th Ave SW Norman July 24-July 27th from 6-8pm. Snacks, Bible stories, play,c rafts and lessons are focused on the importance of food in our life.

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