Join immersion event on Native experience
You will visit some of the historical sites in Oklahoma that connect their existence to United Methodism. You will visit OIMC churches, and members will serve Native cuisine.
Among the places you will tour are Standing Bear Park in Ponca City and the Oklahoma History Museum, which has an extensive Native American exhibit.
This experience is open to all, and it should be particularly valuable for church groups that study the Mission U geographic topic “Missionary Conferences of The United Methodist Church in the United States.”
Home base for the Immersion Event is Best Western Saddleback Inn, at Interstate 40 and Meridian, in Oklahoma City.
Deadline to make reservations is March 1.
Cost per person, $200, will include meals, transportation while involved in the immersion event, and admission to some venues.
Lodging and transportation to the base are not included. The hotel offers a special rate; note that you are with the OIMC immersion group when you reserve a room; phone is 405-947-7000.
“We look forward to having you in our Conference and the opportunity of sharing our Conference with you,” stated a letter from OIMC Superintendent David Wilson and Josephine Deere, director of Interpretation and Programs/Connectional Ministries.
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