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 3rd Annual "Navigating The Challenge of Aging Conference
Messiah Lutheran Church
May 15, 2017
8:30 am - 3:00 pm

We hope you will join us for the 3rd Annual “Navigating The Challenges of Aging Conference”, specifically designed to provide information and resources related to aging for the faith based community to include pastors, lay leaders, parish nurses and church ministry teams. Professionals in the senior services sector across Oklahoma will present educational information that may assist you in serving your aging congregation. Sessions include Navigating VA benefits, Medicare 101: The Basics, Hospice Panel w/ Pastor Marvin Henschel, Elder Abuse, Declutter: Helping Others, and Know the 10 Signs of Alzheimer’s. The brochure is attached.


Special thanks to Messiah Lutheran Church who will host the conference again this year, scheduled Monday, May 15, 2017, 8:30am – 3:00pm. The conference is free to attend, and a complimentary lunch will be provided by Romano’s Macaroni Grill.  RSVP is required for the food count and handouts, so please RSVP TODAY at (405) 286-9009 (24-hour hotline). Thank you!

Blessings,  Paige Mills-Haag
Director of Fund Development
Concordia Life Care Community
7707 W. Britton Road
Oklahoma City, OK 73132
(405) 219-2927

Lutheran Reformation 500 Speaker Series
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church 
308 NW 164th Street ~ Edmond, OK

Good Afternoon,

As you may be aware, throughout 2017, in commemoration of the 500th anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Edmond is hosting a series of monthly speakers presenting on topics pertaining to our Lutheran heritage and identity. Our presenter on May 13 will be Rev. David Johnson—a noted musician within the LCMS, who was, in part, responsible for the production of the Lutheran Service Book. 

On May 13th, Rev. David Johnson, will be presenting on the topic Singing the Reformation: Culture, Context, Christ. In the morning, Rev. Johnson will conduct a choral workshop with interested musicians and vocalists (starting at 9:00 am), followed by an afternoon seminar open to musicians and non-musicians alike (at 1:30 pm). The event will conclude with a hymn fest performed by workshop participants.

For more information, including the day's schedule, and to register visit holytrinityedmond.org/reformation500

Attached is a file to be used for communication to members and communities. 

If there are any questions please contact Stacy Yates, Holy Trinity Communication Director, at 405-348-3292 or via email at syates@htlcok.org