Andrey Little Returns from EYC

Every three years the Episcopal Church convenes an international youth event so "that the energy of the youth of the Episcopal Church can continue to be utilized in active ministry as members of the body of Christ."   This year, the 2017 EYE welcomed nearly 1,400 participants (including our very own Andrey Little) to the campus of the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond, July 10-14.  Youth took part in workshops, pilgrimages to important sites in Oklahoma City, heard guest speakers and lear…

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Update from Boy Scouts

Fall Scouting Round Up will begin with school startup in August.  We are excited about this year and meeting the new Cub Scouts. October will be our annual Popcorn Fun Raiser Project.  We will be selling Scouting and giving you the opportunity to support the Pack and get some great popcorn snacks in the process.  We will be selling at store fronts, parish hall, door-to-door and on-line.  Cub Scouts will earn individual awards and the Pack will retain 30% of the profits made.  We will need to se…

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Federal Point Needs for August 2017

The needs of the Help Center for August 2017 include:
August 6........Jelly.
August 13......Soup.
August 20......Peanut Butter.
August 27......Canned beans, pinto, great northern, black eyed peas, etc.
Any other canned or packaged food items or toiletries are deeply appreciated.

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The Holy Dance

Grace to you and peace from God our Father and our Lord Jesus Christ! I am so excited to join all of you as your first full-time priest in charge! I know this is a time of change, excitement, and maybe a touch of anxiety, so let me take this opportunity to share with you an analogy I used with the Vestry when we met in March. For many years, I have been involved in swing dancing. Anytime God calls a new priest to a church, the new relationship operates very much as a dance. There is a lead (th…

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The Way of St. James

Amy and Dan Morton, members of Holy Cross since 2010, recently experienced a once in a lifetime adventure. They hiked the El Camino de Santiago, also known as The Way of St. James. Their journey began on May 1 in southern France and within a day Dan and Amy had crossed into Spain. After one week Dan had to return home. However, Amy remained for 31 days and managed to walk about 500 miles (about 16 miles per day) before she reached the city of Santiago de Compostela. Amy in the last several years…

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