The Conversion of

St. Paul the Apostle

Friday, January 24, 5:30 p.m.
Holy Communion service in the Chapel of St. Mary.

Annual Meeting Sunday after 10:00 a.m. Service

Each year church members meet to elect new Vestry members and delegates to the Diocesan Convention, and also receive reports on the finances and ministries of the Parish.
Please take a moment to review the slate for Vestry and convention delegates. 

Adult Inquirers’ Class

Sundays, 11:30 a.m. 
The group meets in the Chapel of St. Mary following the 10:00 a.m. service. This course is for those who desire to become a member of All Souls’, or who wish to learn more about the Anglican tradition. Those who complete the course will have the option to be confirmed (or received) by the Bishop of Oklahoma on May 10.  Contact Father Yoder (cyoder@allsoulsokc.com) if you have any questions.  Childcare will be available.  No class on January 26.

Youth Ministry Hosts Parenting Toolbox

Sunday, January 26, Noon

Parents and youth will have lunch together at the Christian Family Life Center at noon.  After lunch, youth will stay at the CFLC and parents will meet in the Kennedy Parlor in the Church. This will be a great opportunity to talk about the nuts and bolts of parenting!  Questions? Contact Terry Prather (tp@allsoulsokc.com)

Parenting with Joy and Purpose

Thursdays, January 9  – February 13, 7:00 p.m. 

It’s not too late to join us!  We will be learning in the next session how to teach kids responsibility and respectful behavior.  Don’t miss it.  All classes will be conducted by Kaye Wilson.  Register here or call the church office (405) 842-1461.  Nursery is available with registration.

Ministry and Mission Requests

Donations for Bags of Love

Sunday, February 2 deadline

Love is in the air!  Children’s M&M (Ministry and Mission) will be putting together “Bags of Love” for the clergy to distribute to our homebound parishioners on or near Valentine’s Day.  Items you might consider:
  • candy, mints
  • individually packaged tea bags
  • snacks, cookies
  • post-it notes, notecards/envelopes
  • pens, pencils, word puzzle books
  • simple items you think someone who is homebound would enjoy receiving 
Get creative!  Please leave your new or unused items in the box located near the lower level reception desk by Sunday, February 2.  

The French meaning of the word Foyer is hearth or hearthside. The Foyer movement of fellowship and food began at Coventry Cathedral in England in the late 1960s and then spread to parishes all over Britain and in America. Today, many Episcopal churches throughout the United States have Foyer groups that promote fellowship among members and encourage the informal exchange of ideas, experiences and common problems within a Christian context while breaking bread together.  Please consider becoming involved in a Foyer group.  If you cannot attend and would like to participate in a group, please contact Lucy Covington (lucyc@allsoulsokc.com).

Other news and events:.

Senior Group – Sunday, January 26 at Bellini’s following the Annual Parish Meeting.

Father Yoder’s Wednesday Bible Study – The study will not meet on February 5.
Grief Group – Initial meeting will be Wednesday, February 12 at noon (South Lounge). Brown bag lunches welcome.
Save the Date!  Shrove Tuesday Supper – February 25, 5:30 p.m.
Ash Wednesday Holy Communion services with Imposition of Ashes – February 26 – 7:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m.*, 12:00 p.m.* and 6:00 p.m*.  *Nursery available
Pastoral Emergency Phone – If you have an emergency on the weekend or after church office hours, you can call the church, leave a message and a member of the clergy will be paged.  Church office hours are Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Bishop Ed and Debbie

Retirement Dinner
Friday, February 28, 6:30 p.m.
You are invited to attend an evening at the Civic Center Meinders Hall of Mirrors to celebrate Bishop Ed’s retirement.  Tickets are available online. 

All Souls’ to Host

The Living Church Institute Conference

Thursday, June 4 and Friday, June 5

What is Anglican Christianity? Where did Anglicanism come from, and what should we hope for its future?  This conference will take up these questions in order to inspire a new generation of Anglican Christians seeking faithfulness and holiness within the wider Church Catholic. Find registration details and schedule of events here.


Sunday School Registration – Forms for Godly Play and Children’s Sunday School are located at the reception desk on the lower level.
M&M  Mission and Ministry – 9:15 a.m. (Purple Room, lower level)   
Children 3 years through 5th grade participate in fun and meaningful mission projects or learn a new skill during Adult Sunday School.

Ages 3-Kindergarten – Children gather in the back of the church and process behind the crucifer to receive a blessing at the altar.  They attend Children’s Chapel and Sunday school on the lower level during the 10:00 a.m. service.

Grades 1st-5th – Children sit with their families at the beginning of the service.  During the sermon hymn they follow the crucifer to the Chapel of St. Mary.  Sunday School follows on the lower level during the remainder of the service.

Infant and Toddler Childcare – (Purple and Yellow Rooms, lower level)    Childcare is available for both Sunday morning services. Pagers are available for parents.
Confirmation Class – 9:15 a.m. (Yellow Room, lower level)
Youth Sunday School – 9:15 a.m. Grades 7th-12th  (Kennedy Parlor)
“THE WAY” – 11:31 a.m. (Christian Family Life Center) 


All Classes Meet at 9:15 a.m. 

Rector’s Forum – (Parish Hall) “Anglican Lives: An overview of Anglican history through the lives of Anglican Christians”  This Sunday, David Anderson will talk about George Herbert, Anglican Poet and Priest.
Gospel of Grace at Home  – (South Lounge)
Coffee Break – (Red Room, lower level)  

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