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LOCAL BRIEFS: Crossings Christian School breaks ground

Oklahoman Published: November 1, 2008
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OKLAHOMA CITY

Crossings breaks ground

Crossings Christian School recently held a ground-breaking celebration for the construction of an upper school building on property adjacent to the school, 14400 N Port-land Ave.

About $7.8 million has been raised in a capital campaign that began in spring 2008. The amount raised to date will allow construction to begin on a 60,000-square-foot facility featuring 27 classrooms, three science lecture rooms and two science labs. A broadcast media room, library facilities and spaces for art, music, band and orchestra also will be included in the project.

Fundraising will continue to complete the school’s goal to build a commons area and gymnasium for the upper school and lower school multipurpose gym facilities and commons area. By completing the upper school building, Crossings will be able to accommodate students through 12th grade, with the first class graduating in 2012.

For more information, go online to www.crossingsschool.org.

Kingdom hall open house set

An open house for a new Jehovah’s Witnesses kingdom hall at 9100 N Eastern is set for 10 a.m. today.

The event will include tours of the building and light refreshments.

The $1 million kingdom hall is a two-hall facility that houses four metro congregations. The hall was built in May by volunteers from Jehovah’s Witnesses congregations from across the state.

NICHOLS HILLS

All Souls Day events Sunday

All Souls’ Episcopal Church will celebrate All Souls Day with music from Mozart at 10 a.m. Sunday at 6400 N Pennsylvania.

Guest preacher is the Rev. David Thurlow, rector of St. Matthias Church in Summerton, S.C. The church’s adult choir will be accompanied by orchestra.

An All Souls Day Choral Evensong will be at 4:30 p.m. Sunday. The choir will sing choral works by Dyson, Barnard, Parratt and Archer.

For more information, call 842-1461.

Norman

Forums offered

Phillips Theological Seminary, as part of a fall course titled "Christianity in the United States,” will sponsor two public forums from 7 to 8 p.