- Ada, Oklahoma


September 14, 2012

First United Methodist Church begins new program Sept. 23

Ada —  

First United Methodist Church, 129 W. 14th, has started a new fall program of activities called CONTACT.

It includes a sermon series on prayer led by Senior Pastor David L. Daniel. The series continues through Sept. 23.

In addition, there is a class titled "Building Better Moms"  beginning the second Monday in October. The sessions are from 9-10 a.m. led by Ginger Daniel at the church, and from 6:30-7:30 p.m. led by Cheryl McCortney at her home.

There is also a new Bible study based on the book Believing God by Beth Moore, to be led by Ginger Daniel. The class begins Oct. 8 from 10:30 a.m. until noon.

Daniel is conducting a study titled “Path to Discipleship” on Monday evenings at 6:30 p.m.

Charges for books are as follows: Building Better Moms, $11; Believing God, $15; and Path to Discipleship, $13.

All programs are available to the public, with the cost being only for the books.

Quality child care will be provided. The church's child care workers have been trained in CPR and offer loving, nurturing care for children.

For more  information,  phone 332-1398 or check the church's website,


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