- Ada, Oklahoma


December 6, 2013

Religion Briefs

Ada — Music at Ada Baptist Temple

Ada Baptist Temple, Ada’s distinctively different church, loves music. Old-fashioned gospel music is at the center of their worship experience. Music Pastor Brother Caleb Prenevost is a young, enthusiastic song leader who leads in congregational singing and the Adult Choir.

In the instrumental section, JoAnn Hollars is the lead pianist, Jerri Riddle plays the organ and Joyce Jackson and Lois Eberle play the piano. Kim Dailey and Christine Ousley play the violins, and Brother Burt Dailey plays the drums. Keysha Hogue directs the dynamic children’s choir.

Everyone is invited to come enjoy this exciting music program.

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


“There is A Bethlehem” presented by Byng Choir at New Bethel Baptist Church

The New Bethel Baptist Church of Byng Choir will present “There is A Bethlehem,” a Christmas cantata, during the 11 a.m. worship service on Sunday, Dec. 8. Guests Casey and Cody Haynes from Byng Free

Will Baptist will portray Mary and Joseph on their journey of faith to Bethlehem. Soloists are Debra Nolen, Jim Parks, Megan Alexande and Linda Cooper. Narrator is Tom Alexander. The choir is directed by Linda Cooper, minister of music at NBBC.

The program will also be presented at 3 p.m. Sunday at the Baptist Village.


Hanging of the Greens ceremony

Community Free Will Baptist Church in Pickett has chosen “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year” as the theme for this year’s Hanging of the Greens ceremony.

Please join us for the annual Hanging of the Greens as we celebrate Christ’s birth with our families at 6 p.m. Dec. 15.

The church is located five miles wet of Ada on Highway 19. The pastor is the Rev. John Henry Lippard.


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