Series offers insight into Catholicism
YUKON — Individuals who have questions about the Catholic faith and the process of joining the Church are encouraged to attend a six-week Inquiry series set to begin at 7 p.m. Jan. 14 at St. John Nepomuk Catholic Church, 600 Garth Brooks Blvd. Attendance at all six sessions is encouraged, but participants may come when they are able. The sessions are free and imply no commitment to join the Catholic Church.
For more information, email Ann Cook at email@example.com or go to the “Sacraments” link on the parish website at www.sjnok.org.
Prayer service promotes Christian unity
The Oklahoma Alliance for Liturgy and the Arts will present a prayer service to commemorate the 2014 Week of Prayer for Christian Unity at 4 p.m. Jan. 19 at Chapel Hill United Methodist Church, 2717 W Hefner Road. The service will include music, prayer, sacred readings and presentations by two speakers, the Rev. Robert Hayes Jr., bishop of the Oklahoma Conference of the United Methodist Church and the Oklahoma Indian Missionary Conference, and The Rev. William Tabbernee, executive director of the Oklahoma Conference of Churches. This marks the 107th annual observance of the Week of Prayer, which began in 1908. The observance lasts eight days, beginning Jan. 18 and concluding Jan. 25. The international theme chosen for the 2014 observance is “Has Christ Been Divided?,” taken from 1 Corinthians 1:13. The mission of the Oklahoma Alliance for Liturgy & the Arts, a Christian nonprofit interdenominational organization, is to enhance communal worship by promoting the visual and performing arts in Oklahoma churches.