Jim McBride with the Oklahoma Office of Homeland Security talked about how churches can respond against an active shooter situation.
Church leaders, members and pastors took part in a two-hour active threat response course to help recognize early warning signs and how to respond against an active shooter situation in their congregation.
Members of the First Christian Church delivered stockings to schools on Friday as part of their outreach program they do each year. This year the church adopted 269 children in the Guthrie school district and supplied them with hygiene products, gloves and a toy/present to junior high students and younger. Gift cards were handed out […]
First Southern Baptist Church will be hosting Vacation Bible School on June 26-29 from 9 a.m. to noon.
If you have spent some time growing up or living in Guthrie there is a great chance Dennis Clark touched a part of your life. Clark, a former preacher at First Christian Church, passed away late Monday night. In a Facebook post, Clark’s wife, Cathy, posted, “Though he will be missed greatly by all of us, […]
It’s Groundhog Day! Well, not quite yet, but it’s lurking and the First United Methodist Church is set to celebrate by satisfying your taste buds.
The weather could not have been scripted any better for the Summer Bash on Sunday evening inside Highland Park.
Cotteral Elementary was the first stop for Bible Baptist Church members to deliver school supplies to teachers.
The Ladies Missionary at Bible Baptist Church delivered school supplies across the Guthrie school district on Thursday afternoon. The group was able to raise nearly $2,000.
Nearly 150 youth from across Oklahoma and Texas have blanketed Guthrie to carry out mission projects and spruce-up the city for the past five days. “Mission Guthrie 2016” was hosted by First Christian Church and is a Disciples of Christ camp that shifts from city to city each year in Oklahoma. “Here Comes the Son: […]
A unique event is set to begin on July 16 for the community of Guthrie as First Christian Church welcomes an estimated 150 youth and adults from across the state of Oklahoma and Texas.
On the Saturday morning of March 19, the pope ordained American Archbishop Peter Wells, who was named as the new Apostolic Nuncio to South Africa, Botswana, Lesotho and Namibia last month. Wells is a Guthrie High School graduate.
Rev. Dr. Jerry Mash and his wife Cuba were honored during Lenten Lunch on Wednesday at First Christian Church with nearly 140 in attendance. Rev. Hersey Hammons brought the message. Lenten Lunches are a program of the Guthrie Ministerial Alliance.
Rev. Dr. Jerry Mash was honored at Wednesday’s Lenten Lunch for more than 30 years of pastoral service in Logan County and with Mission Native America. He and his wife Cuba, led The Church at North Gate and worked continuously to meet the physical needs of Native Americans through Mission Native America.
The Guthrie Ministerial Alliance invites everybody to the third annual Easter SonRise Service at the Beacon Drive-In Theater from 6 a.m. to dawn on Mar 27.
Remnant Church begins a three-day event and is inviting all to participate in the Spirit Quest.
Dr. David Lee, DDiv and Minister Pamela Lee, MPH; Oklahoma State NAACP Religious Affairs Committee Chairs.
On Sunday, April 17, the New Hope Missionary Baptist in Langston will host its 3rd annual Sunday School Scholarship Program. The program will celebrate the spiritual growth and biblical academic achievements of the youth department of the Sunday School. This year the service will be held at 3 p.m. following the 11a.m. worship service and dinner at […]
With the help of private donations, St. Mary Catholic School once again has Ol’ Glory and the Oklahoma state flag waving proud above the school’s entrance.
From the hallways of Guthrie High School to now being appointed as the highest ranking American in the Vatican Secretariat of State and an ambassador to South Africa and Botswana. That has been the path for Msgr. Peter Bryan Wells.
It’s the 11th annual Family Fall Festival at First Christian Church and this year it’s loaded with tons of games and prizes. Sunday, Oct. 25 from 4 to 6 p.m. the community is invited to join in this free event featuring 20 indoor games and children receive prizes at every booth.