Share “Yukon churches present united front”

Yukon churches present united front

BY CARLA HINTON Modified: August 10, 2010 at 11:31 am •  Published: August 4, 2010
They also provide the invocation at chamber of commerce meetings and city council and school board meetings. Arnould said the ministerial alliance sponsors a baccalaureate for high school students and community National Day of Prayer activities.

The clergy also gather their congregations for an annual communitywide Thanksgiving service, and the unified congregations have built several Habitat for Humanity homes in the area.

Taking their unity to another level, Yukon pastors signed a community marriage policy several years ago, Arnould said. He said the clergy agreed to work together to better prepare couples for marriage.

"I like to say that we follow Psalms 133: 'Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity!' And we genuinely love one another,” he said.

Read the rest of the story on has disabled the comments for this article.


  1. 1
    Tulsa man gets life without parole for igniting fire that resulted in 5-year-old's death
  2. 2
    Police seek shooters after driver injured by gunshots crashes car in north Tulsa neighborhood
  3. 3
    Real ID poses potential real problems for those with Oklahoma driver's licenses
  4. 4
    Charged Owasso police officer surrenders, appears in Nowata County District Court
  5. 5
    Hillary Clinton just laid out a sweeping gun-control plan
+ show more


× Trending news Article