Do you sing? Do you want to learn to sing? Then OLUMC Choir is for you! It doesn't matter how experienced you are, just come and join in our community of voices. Email Thiago@OLUMC.org for more info!
Everyone is welcome as we meet online to raise up prayer requests and concerns as a community.
From July 8th until August 12th, OLUMC will be leading a book study on, The Cross and The Lynching Tree, by James H. Cone. To accommodate busy summer schedules, we'll meet on Zoom. Click here for the study guide!
Homework for Week Four:
1. Read Chapter 3 of The Cross and the Lynching Tree, “The Recrucified Christ in Black Literary Imagination."
2. Find Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Letter from the Birmingham Jail online. Understand what you can about who it is addressed to? Understand Dr. King’s reply to “white moderate Christians.”
Here are some materials to consider:
On the letter: https://www.africa.upenn.edu/Articles_Gen/Letter_Birmingham.html
On those, it was addressed to: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Call_for_Unity
On what Dr. King had to say about white moderates: Search the first link above for the word “moderate.”
The collection is on the 1st Sunday of each month, 9:00 to 10:30 – before Grow Study and English service and from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm – before Spanish service. Meet us in the back parking lot (Welborn and Dickason) Drop off also available with appointment Contact email@example.com (do not leave food at building entrances)
While we are not ready to fully return within our building for all Oak Lawn’s programing; we are continuing to evaluate opportunities for engagement. We know that many of you have expressed your desire to volunteer in some manner. Click the button below to check our current local outreach volunteer opportunities,
Our Grow Study is a sweet time of morning fellowship and study in the Hospitality Center before Worship. People of all ages and backgrounds come together to dig deeper into scripture from Worship. Come to campus to join us or continue dialing in online - we'll have a computer set up for those who connect digitally!
“Set in Motion: Has the Church Left the Building?” is the topic for the North Texas Conference Annual Laity Event Webinar to be held on August 14, from 9 a.m. – 12 noon. Jason Moore, author, speaker and worship coach, will talk about new ways of doing church. The workshop is open to all free.
During these meetings, a variety of church business is covered and all are welcome to attend to understand the inner life of the church.
Save lives by donating blood this summer! The Donor Coach will be set up in the OLUMC Parking Lot on August 27.
Please call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767) or visit RedCrossBlood.org and enter: OAKLAWNUMC to schedule an appointment.