- Ada, Oklahoma


May 3, 2013

Religion Briefs

Ada —

The WAY program continues

Tuesday nights at Ada church

ADA — The WAY continues Tuesday nights at 6 p.m. at Asbury United Methodist Church. This is a 12-Step Recovery Meeting for adults . There is also a Bible-based program for children. A meal is served after the meeting. The Christ-centered 12-Steps can be applied to everyone’s life.


Ada Church of the Nazarene hosts revival services

ADA — Dr. Stan Toler, general superintendent of Church of the Nazarene, will speak at Ada Church of the Nazarene Sunday, May 5, through Wednesday, May 8. Song evangelist is the Rev. Marcus Whitworth.

Sunday services are at 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday through Wednesday services begin at 7 p.m.

Ada Church of the Nazarene is located at 315 W. 33rd Street (east of Pontotoc Technology Center.) For more information, phone 332-5857.


Ada Baptist Temple transports area residents to Bible class

ADA — Ada Baptist Temple loves young people. For 32 years, Ada Baptist Temple’s buses have been running the streets of Ada picking up boys and girls, teenagers and adults, bringing them to Sunday school and church.

Once there, the church has a Sunday school for all ages beginning from the nursery, the primary department, all the way through the adult department.

Besides the adult church, there are two children’s churches taking place at the same time.

All services and Bible classes are open to the public at what Ada Baptist Temple members refer to as “Ada’s Friendliest Church.”

Ada Baptist Temple is located at 301 Napier St. For more information or transportation, phone 580-436-4546.


Bible study on heaven, hell set May 15 at Ada Public Library

ADA — United Church of God, publisher of The Good News Magazine, hosts a public Bible study titled "What Does the Bible Really Say about Heaven and Hell?" 

Is Heaven God's reward for the righteous? Will a loving God punish people forever in hell?

This free and informative Bible study will be held Wednesday, May 15, at 6:30 p.m. at Ada Public Library.

For more information, phone 918-724-4166.


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