Hispanic News

GCORR grant to help assess race awareness in church

published 12/12/2014
A $35,500 grant will fund a new effort to increase intercultural knowledge among Oklahoma United Methodists, thanks to the denomination’s General Commission on Religion & Race (GCORR). Goal for the ...

Hispanic congregation feeding souls in Tulsa

published 10/10/2014
When Bishop Robert Hayes Jr. visited Nueva Esperanza UMC in Tulsa on Aug. 17, more than 150 people attended the late-afternoon service. The great turnout was a big blessing, said Pastor Daniel ...

Oklahoma hosts Hispanic missionaries

published 3/28/2014
On behalf of the Conference’s Office of Mission, Carlos Ramirez invited the National Hispanic/Latino Plan missionaries to come to Oklahoma. So more than two-dozen leaders traveled to Oklahoma City ...

Hispanic outreach booming in Guymon

published 2/21/2014
By Melyn Johnson In the Oklahoman Panhandle, Guymon’s population has soared. Today’s population is younger and includes a lot of diversity. About 30 first languages are documented among Guymon’s ...

One church, 3 sites -- Oklahoma City churches report growth after uniting as St. Luke’s

published 2/21/2014
In 2013, OKC-St. Luke’s UMC branched out as three locations. The multi-site approach is bearing early fruit. This church family established in 1889 now includes Fuente De Vida and Asbury ...