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Working Our Way Toward Normal

Community Groups at Meadowood have resumed meeting in person each Sunday morning at 10:30am. We believe we can meet safely and still provide a virtual opportunity for those who are uncomfortable gathering....

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Developing Disciples: Resuming Community Groups

With the new Sunday and events schedule starting to move toward some sense of normalcy, we wanted to give you an update about why we're looking to re-launch Community Groups and other smaller group activities for families. 2020 has been an adventure for all of us, and we are eager to grow with you in the weeks and months to come....

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Caution and Wisdom: An Update From Bob

You've probably heard that Oklahoma's governor has begun to gradually reopen the state to pre-coronavirus levels. You may furthermore be wondering what that means for Meadowood, so we asked Bob to give everyone an update about the church's plans moving forward....

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Our Latest Updates (Coronavirus)

Coronavirus is causing shifts in much of our daily lives. While we earnestly desire to gather the Meadowood family on Sunday mornings, we're adjusting to the recommendations of federal, state and community leaders by choosing to clear the Meadowood calendar for the next two weeks. But, we do intend to offer a distinctly Meadowood alternative to your Sunday mornings!...

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Building Up

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Meadowood's Worship Center sustained severe damage as a result of August storms. The Fellowship Hall has served as our main gathering place each Sunday morning. We know discouragement can be a very real possibility, especially when you may not see or hear of the progress being made in repairs. So, Bob has chosen to let us in on where things stand and how Meadowood continue...

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