|Retreat for young adults
Terry Koehn of Lawton is dean for "Colors@Cross Point," a retreat for young adults, ages 18-25, on July 29-Aug. 2.
"Those first years after high school," said Rev. Koehn, "can be some of the most awkward when it comes to ‘fitting in’ at church—and fitting church into one’s life."
Theme is "Know Your Gifts, Find Your Place." The retreat at Cross Point Camp opens at 1 p.m. Friday and concludes Monday morning. To contact Koehn: 580-483-6822, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cokesbury reopens in OKC
Cokesbury in Oklahoma City has reopened, after a May hailstorm damaged its original space.
The store relocated only a few doors away, in the same shopping center, at 6811 N. May Ave. It is open Monday through Friday, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Only salvaged merchandise is available at this time and is offered at discount, according to manager Julie Wise. Orders for new items cannot be processed. Inquiries can be made at: email@example.com.
Accelerated study at OCU
On July 13, an information session is set for the School of Adult & Continuing Education at Oklahoma City University.
This program offers accelerated study for bachelor’s degrees in Behavioral Studies and Liberal Studies, with concentrations in Business, Accounting, Mass Communications, and Organizational Communication. Classes meet one night per week, in eight-week cycles. Online classes also are available.
The information session will be in Room 151 at the OCU Walker Center for Arts & Science. Details, including fall class registration and transcript assessment: www.okcu.edu/sace or 405-208-5820.