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Upcoming Events
AUG

21

MON
Low-Impact Exercise Class
9:30 AM
Meet in Impact Center
AUG

22

TUE
Senior Adult Big E Night
6:00 PM
Come for an evening of food, fellowship, Bible Study, and bunko. All Senior Adults are invited. 6:00 p.m. in Stevens Hall!
AUG

23

WED
Impact Youth
5:30 PM
In Carty Youth Center
Prayer Meeting/Bible Study
5:45 PM
Wednesday night gathering of adults for prayer and Bible study in the Impact Center
Adult Choir Rehearsal
6:30 PM
Wednesday night gathering of singers for preparation of Sunday services
AUG

24

THU
Kid's Art Class
5:30 PM to 6:00 PM
In Power House - For Children 1st - 5th Grades
Art Class
6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
In Power House - For Adults and Students 6th - 12th Grades
AUG

25

FRI
Art Class
9:00 AM to 2:00 PM
In Power House (For Adults and Students)
Low-Impact Exercise Class
9:30 AM
Meet in Impact Center
AUG

27

SUN
Progressive Early Worship Service (8:30 a.m.)
8:30 AM
Community Worship of song and message
Sunday School
9:45 AM
Small group, interactive Bible study
Progressive Morning Worship Service (11:00 a.m.)
11:00 AM
Community Worship of song and message
Evening Worship
6:00 PM
Community Worship through a more personal, in-depth study of God's Word.
AUG

28

MON
Low-Impact Exercise Class
9:30 AM
Meet in Impact Center
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DaySpring Villa is one of only two certified shelters for battered and sexually assaulted women and their children in the Tulsa metro area, and the only faith-based certified domestic violence shelter in Oklahoma. More than a shelter, we are dedicated to helping our guests carve out a new path and a new direction in their lives. Through spiritual guidance, advocacy and support, social services and goal-based programs, DaySpring Villa helps women in crisis transform their lives to emerge strong, independent and self-sufficient. DaySpring Villa provides food, shelter, clothing, transportation and vital life tools for as many as 55 women and children at risk. As a privately funded shelter, our ability to dramatically change lives depends on the volunteer services, financial gifts and in-kind contributions we receive from caring individuals and organizations.
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