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8:15 Liturgical Worship
10:45 Blended Worship
8:15 Communion:
1st & 3rd Sundays
10:45 Communion:
2nd & 4th Sundays
(No Communion on 5th Sundays)

Staff Thank You for Christmas Bonus

Prayer Sheet

February Birthdays and Anniversaries  

Concordia Senior Living - Brain on Love Event

Concordia Senior Living Tours
LCMS February Pray for Us Calendar
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Kid's Time at the 10:45am Service
Kids getting squirmy during the church service? We invite you to try KIDS TIME! Right after the children's message in the service we are providing a brief education time for the kids called KIDS TIME. This is for any and all children ages 3yrs-5th grade. Look for Marla right after the children's message and she will take your kids to KIDS TIME!
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in God's Word
2year olds - 5 year olds Room 4W
Kingdom Kids (1st - 5th Grade) Multi-Purpose Room 45E
Middle School Youth (6th - 8th Grade) Youth Room 29E
High School Youth (9th - 12th Grade) Youth Room 32E

The Book of Nehemiah Myron Harms South Pod 7E
Financial Peace University Pastor Mark Muenchow South Pod 8E
The Book of James Pastor Marvin Henschel South Pod 9E
The Book of Proverbs Pastor Fred Muenchow Oak Room 20E
Living a Chocolate Life, Linda Hinkle Conf. Room 15E
Young Adult College Christians Angee Allen School Lib. 41E

Living a Chocolate Life - Linda Hinkle - Conference Room 15E
Linda Hinkle and the Women of the Word Sunday morning Bible class are looking at this new study that helps participants look at their lives in light of God's goodness and grace.
The Book of Proverbs- Pastor Fred Muenchow - Oak Room (20E)
Pastor Fred Muenchow is leading a class that is exploring the Words of Wisdom shared in the book of Proverbs. Come and enjoy the opportunity to explore this interesting book.
The Book of Nehemiah - Vicar Myron Harms - South Pod (7E)
Jerusalem had been conquered and destroyed by the Babylonians in 586 BC and Nehemiah finds it still in ruins. This book was written to remind the people of God of how God had worked to bring them back to their land and rebuild the city of Jerusalem. Join us as we explore how God helps us to rebuild as well.
Financial Peace University Class - Preview January 5 - Classes Run January 12-March 8
Mark Muenchow,, 946-0681
Take control of your money with Financial Peace University (FPU)! This nine-lesson course uses biblical wisdom and common sense to help you tackle budgeting, pay off debt, and make your money work for you! FPU includes your member workbook and a year of free online resources through Financial Peace Membership. Sign up today at
The Book of James - Pastor Marvin Henschel - South Pod 9E
Beginning in January, Pastor Henschel will be leading a class on the Book of James. "James describes the type of life a Christian should live and some common sins he should overcome - as a child of God whose life is molded by the gospel of God's grace."

Thursday Evening Bible Class - The Book of Romans - Thursdays 7pm - Oak Room (20E)
Myron Harms,, 946-0681
Beginning in January the Thursday Evening Bible Class will begin an exploration of the Book of Romans with Andy Hinkle leading. This class meets on Thursday evenings in the Oak Room. For additional info contact Myron Harms.

Wednesday Evening Bible Class - Families of Faith - Wednesdays 6:15pm - Oak Room (20E)
Myron Harms,, 946-0681
Beginning January 15th, we will begin a new study called Me and My Household. In this study we will explore together what makes our households special and unique and how we can help to build spiritually vibrant households of faith.

Sisters in Christ - The Book of Exodus - Wednesdays 9:30am - South Pod
Joyce Baker,, 751-4277
2020 has us looking at the 2nd part of the study of Exodus. All women are welcome to come.

Men with a Misson - Big Questions/Biblical Answers - Tues, February 18 - 6pm - South Pod
Myron Harms,, 946-0681
Men, join us as we continue our new study and enjoy a meal together. Contact Myron if you plan to attend.

Contact Amber Runge, 501-1706 or for more info

T.E.A.M., K-12th Grade
Wednesdays, 5:30pm - 7:10pm, Dinner & Activities

Questions-Contact:, 946-0681, Myron Harms, 946-0681, Pastor Mark  
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Old Eyeglasses Needed for Mission Trip to Belize - Deadline February 9
Cathy Berner,, 728-8144
Go now and find your old eyeglasses. We need 3,000 pairs for an LWML support mission to Belize. Specially marked collection boxes can be found in the church lobby and the school lobby. Soft eyeglass cases are also needed. For more questions, contact Cathy.

Messiah Share Little Free Food Pantry - Available 24 hours/day
Located in East Church Office entryway
Kelly Baker,, 250-9425
A public food pantry is now available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for anyone who is in need of food. We encourage to help keep the pantry stocked and share what you can to keep these much needed sources of food stocked with non-perishable food. Simply place your donated food items inside the pantry whenever you visit the Messiah building. For more questions, please contact Kelly Baker.

Messiah Share Toiletry and Household Supply Pantry - Open Tu and Th by appointment
Kelly Baker,, 250-9425
Do you know someone in need of toiletries, cleaners, toilet paper or other household supplies? Messiah now has a give and take toiletry pantry for the public. Donations of goods are always welcome. Please contact Kelly Baker for the best location to place your donated items.
Online Giving Now Available! - Through REALM app OR via Text
Mary Caldwell,, 946-0681
We now offer safe and secure online giving TWO ways! 1) Via the Realm website or app at to make a one-time or recurring gift using your debt card, check card, credit card or bank account.  2) Give via Text, simply type MLCOKC to phone number 73256. Both options are quick, easy and will keep a record of your giving. If you have any questions, contact Mary in the church office.

Valporaiso University Chorale Concert - Tues., March 3 - Volunteers & Host Families Needed!
Myles Hayden,, 946-0681
Valparaiso University Chorale will be performing at Messiah during their spring domestic tour. This choir rivals others as one the premier Lutheran music ensembles. To date, they are the only international choir to have performance relationships with the Thomaskirche in Leipzig, where J.S. Bach was cantor, and the Castle Church in Wittenburg. To help with their lodging costs, we need families and couples to volunteer to be hosts during their one night visit, which will include providing lodging for one night and a morning breakfast. In addition, volunteers are also needed to help provide a potluck meal for the choir before their performance. If you are willing to help in either hosting or with the meal, please contact Myles Hayden, Music Director to sign up.

2019 Giving Statements
Jack Brown, Financial Secretary,, 405-722-6597
2019 offering statements will be sent out at the end of January. If you have an email address in your member profile you will receive the statement via email which saves Messiah hundreds in postage costs. If your profile has no email address then the statement will be mailed automatically. You can access your profile through the Realm app or website to make sure your email address is current. You can also view or print a list of your offerings thru the app or website.

LWML February Meeting - Saturday, February 8 - 9:30am - South Pod
Cathy Berner,, 728-8144
Pastor Henschel will speaking to us about Mining Hidden Talents based on 1 Peter 4:10 as our theme. All women are welcome to attend. For additional questions, please contact Cathy. 

Voter's Meeting Recap from January 26
Steve Berner was elected to fill a vacancy on Financial Study Committee. Financial reports, Council reports and Staff reports were shared. The Constitution and By-Laws Task Force gave a presentation on reducing the number of mandatory meetings from 5 to 2 per year and the possibility of combing the Stewardship Chair/Board under Membership and Family Ministry Chair/Board under Education. An official reading of those proposed changes will happen at the next Voter's Meeting - Sunday, Mar. 8, 2020. 

S.O.A.R. Luncheon - Friday, February 21 - 11am - South Pod
Myron Harms,, 946-0681
Our next Messiah S.O.A.R. event will be Oklahoma Magic with Mr. John Panze. We will gatehr together to enjoy the talents of our Messiah friend with a little fun and magic. Contact the church by Wednesday, February 19 if you plan to attend. Fore more info contact Myron.

Save the Date - Men's Annual Retreat - March 6 - 8 at Camp Lutherhoma
Myron Harms,, 946-0681
Registration info and details coming soon! Contact Myron with any questions.
Messiah's missions to the OKC community

Now Hiring - Messiah Child Care & Learning Center (CCLC) Caregiver Openings
Ebonee Brown,, 946-0605
We are looking for someone who truly loves children with experience working in a licensed childcare facility. Candidate must be energetic, dependable, and familiar with OKDHS guidelines. The position is Monday through Friday. Hours 7:30 am- 4:30pm and 8am- 5pm. Contact Ebonee for more information, or look for the announcement on