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Wednesday Connections Kicks Off This Week

We’re beginning our fall semester in style with music from King Cabbage, billed as Oklahoma’s only brass band, and a Louisiana-inspired boil for dinner, $10 a plate. Our youth will be washing cars in the parking lot in support of their programs. We’ll have activities for the whole family, so bring the kids and come prepared for a great time! Doors open at 5:30 and dinner begins at 6 pm.

Kick off will be streamed on Facebook & Cory Lovell will host on Zoom for our Everywhere members and folks at home to enjoy!

Our Wednesday night classes kick off September 28, beginning at 7 pm.

Ongoing classes include Wednesday Circle with Joe and Jim, and The Bee featuring basket weaving with Linda Alred and community mosaics with Bill Westcott—or bring your own project to work on in our shared artists’ space.

For one session only on September 28, member and former Judge Bill Kellough will present The Burden of Fines and Costs: The Dirty Secret of Criminal Justice. We’ll discuss the effect of fines and costs in criminal sentencing and the downward spiral it often creates, while looking at new legislation that holds the promise of improving this intolerable situation.

We have two multi-session classes also beginning on the 28th and continuing into October. Of Course You Can Meditate with Rev. Cathey Edwards, is an in-person or online class with an interactive format perfect for both beginners and experienced meditators. In Divination as a Spiritual Exercise with Lynn Bootes, we’ll explore a selected variety of divination traditions from Christian prayer practices, Transcendentalism, awareness of omens, folk practices, I Ching, tarot/hermetic traditions, and astrology.

Find more information and see a full schedule of our free classes at allsoulschurch.org/wc. We’ll see you Wednesday!