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Diverse group to speak during new season of Esther Women luncheon series in Oklahoma City

Inspirational speakers, music and lunch will be offered during the new season of Esther Women, a monthly program series designed by Jane Jayroe, former Miss America and TV news anchor, and presented in partnership with St. Luke’s Methodist Church in Oklahoma City.
From Staff Reports Published: August 16, 2014
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Inspirational speakers, music and lunch will be offered during the new season of Esther Women, a monthly program series designed by Jane Jayroe, former Miss America and TV news anchor.

In partnership with St. Luke’s Methodist Church, Esther Women begins Sept. 3.

“Esther Women has been a blessing beyond my wildest expectations,” Jayroe said. “Every year, hundreds of women sign up before I have one speaker in place. That’s the power of God’s presence as we share His love and receive His power through the stories and teaching of our speakers and the sacred sounds of Oklahoma City University musicians.”

She said the luncheons are not about networking.

“They are designed to deepen one’s faith experience in a loving community of friends. It’s all about sharing the sacred joy of the Christian life — sometimes in spite of current circumstances.”

The schedule of speakers includes:

Sept. 3: Vered L. Harris, rabbi of Temple B’Nai Israel. She will offer a new depth of understanding to the character of the biblical Esther.

Oct. 1: Dr. Sarah Yoakam, a physician who suffered a life-changing illness.

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If you go

Esther Women 2014

When: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. the first Wednesday of each month, beginning Sept. 3. December session will be Dec. 10.

Where: St. Luke’s United Methodist Church, 222 NW 15.

Cost: Season pass for admission to nine programs is $175. The pass is transferable.

Information: 609-1030 or www.estherwomenokc.org.

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