Young Adults (18-35) are in a formative stage of life transformation, regardless of where their life path leads them. They face unique challenges in a world drastically different than the world of their parents and grandparents. During these years, young adults are likely to experience a number of life transitions and changes, and we want to help them through each one. Whether you are starting college, getting married, opening your own business, starting a family, or simply dealing with the ups and downs of life, we hope to offer a ministry community or even that speaks to your journey.
Some of our congregations offer specific ministries for young adults and college students, and all would love to welcome you to join in worship, ministry programs, outreach opportunities, or just to find someone to talk to. Click below to find a congregation near you!
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We also have two prominent college ministry programs at OU (The University of Oklahoma) and OSU (Oklahoma State University). Both programs engage students in a number of ways (worship, meals, watching football games, providing a safe and quiet space, etc.), and are overseen by local Episcopal priests. Click on the link below to learn more about our diocesan college ministries!
College MinistriesYoung Adults Blog
Resources for All Ages
In addition, we offer ministries and special events open to all in our diocese for continued spiritual growth and community building. Click on the links below to learn more!
These are the 2 great Commandments, and one of the most significant expressions of these commandments is through the Sacrament of Marriage.
Every baptized person is called to ministry. The Education for Ministry (EfM) program provides people with the education to carry out that ministry.
The term “Cursillo” (coor-see'-oh) is a Spanish word meaning "a short course." Cursillo is intended to help Christians know God's love and grace, and to help them discover and live out their personal vocations in the world.
The Brotherhood of Saint Andrew is the official men's ministry of The Episcopal Church, and every man in the church is considered a member by default. Our Presiding Bishop Michael Curry is the most prominent "Active Member".
Our diocesan Episcopal Church Women (ECW) group is open to all women in the diocese, regardless of whether there is an organized ECW group at their congregation.
The Order of the Daughters of the King began on Easter Eve, April 4, 1885, at the Episcopal Church of the Holy Sepulcher, now known as the Church of the Resurrection in New York City.
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