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WHERE: Recess Taco Park 223 West Main Norman, OK. Open air picnic tables, some under shelter. Beverages and food available for purchase. Lee Heiple passed away on October 20, 2020 in Norman, Oklahoma. including Health for Friends and Food and Shelter for Friends. Food Shelter For Friends, Social Services Located at Norman → ✓ Phone Number 4053604 ✓ Adress Oklahoma,Norman,104 W Comanche St ✓ ZipCode 73069.

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Wednesday, February 10
Get Directions: ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH , 235 W. Duffy, Norman, OK 73069

Join us for the imposition of ashes and celebration of the Holy Eucharist. Services are at 7 a.m., noon, and 7 p.m. Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of the season of Lent.  

"Remember that you are dust, and to dust you shall return."

Mardi Gras Party and Auction

ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH - Parish Hall

Saturday, February 06, 2016 - 06:00 PM CST until Saturday, February 06, 2016 - 08:30 PM CST

Started almost 6 years ago

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Ash Wednesday Services!

235 W Duffy St

Wednesday, February 26, 2020 - 12:00 AM CST until Wednesday, February 26, 2020 - 11:59 PM CST

Started almost 2 years ago

According to the BBC “in 2017, there are around 554,000 homeless people in the United States.” I want to explore a way to give homeless people food, shelter, and clothing. Homelessness is cultural violence because our society does not have enough services and support for people who have had a bad life experience that causes them to not be able to function normally and rights to homes are a basic human dignity. According to the Salvation Army, homelessness can be caused by “poverty, unemployment, lack of affordable housing, poor physical or mental health, drug and alcohol abuse, gambling, family and relationship breakdown, domestic violence, or physical and/or sexual abuse.” Employers don’t want to hire someone who does have a home, and so they cannot find a job and then stay homeless. Landlords do not want to rent to them because they are afraid the rent won’t be paid and homeless people aren’t always cleaned up properly. In society, conflicts have two sides a model that explains the different sides of conflicts is called The Ladder of Tolerance. There are two sides to it, for homeless people would be in co-existence step which is in the middle. The people who support them and want to help by giving them shelter, making food, and or giving clothes. The supporters would be at respect, value, and celebrate which are the ones that are the top three steps. For the people against giving to the homeless, that means that they don’t want equal rights as everyone who is not homeless. They would be at restriction step which is close to the bottom. I would be at respect because I want to help and make sure they get food and water which is near the top. There is a way to analyze a conflict, it is called the Iceberg method. It includes the part that people see (a homeless person living on the street being hungry), and the unseen part (why people become homeless and stay homeless). Even though our country culturally does not have a


big plan to treat what causes homelessness, groups exist that address the first part, the part people see. Many of them also help homeless people deal with the cause of their homelessness. An example, Food & Shelter, in Norman, OK, which is near Oklahoma City. “The mission of Food & Shelter is very simple. We feed those who are hungry and wrap our arms around the lost and alone, helping them find their way back home. We believe no person can overcome life's most difficult obstacles if they are hungry and worried constantly about where they will sleep. The services we provide are the most basic needs of a human being; food and shelter. Women, children, and men come for food and shelter. They leave with friends, a support system, and acceptance. They find home” (Food & Shelter). Food & Shelter were founded in 1983. Originally it was only a once a week lunch program where the homeless could go and get food. Now they serve breakfast and lunch seven days a week. “On average we serve 250 meals per day. In 2015 alone, we served over 100,000 meals” (Food & Shelter). There are 198 Sharp’s Methods, and one of them is called new social patterns. For my intervention, I planned to establish a new social pattern for myself similar to the one for Food & Shelter. I joined an organization that is called Food For Friends. It is a program sponsored by a group of four churches in my neighborhood that coordinate with each other to make sure lunches are provided seven days a week for the homeless in our area. My church, Church of Our Saviour, serves lunches on Saturdays and Mondays. We coordinated with other local churches so that lunch is served every day, and, housing is provided in two churches basements. I established my new social pattern at Food For Friends by performing many functions on Saturday, January 12, 2019. I helped to prepare the food I interacted with the guests who came for lunch, I helped serve the food, and I helped clean up after lunch. I also made banners, posters


and display communications. This is another intervention because I made a poster to put up around my neighborhood and to give to people to help recruit volunteers. What’s on my poster is “Food For Friends,” the location, the days of the week it happens at COS, and the time. I want to find more people to help to give back by helping to make food and pass it out to the homeless who show up, it is very rewarding. Gandhi believed in four principles. The four are sarvodaya, swadeshi, swaraj, and satyagraha. The one that fits best with what I did is sarvodaya, which means the uplifting of all. While doing this on Saturday I uplifted the homeless people by making sure that they had food. I wanted to make sure that all of them had a chance of getting an equal amount of food or more if there were extras, and if they wanted to get more to eat. I would encourage other people to do this because afterward, I felt great; I got to give food to people who can’t afford it or who haven’t had food in a while. I loved seeing the smiles on their faces when they got their food and were eating it. I learned that giving back is a satisfying thing. I also learned that if humans make someone smile who can’t afford food that makes everyones day that is involved. My goal now is to participate in this program every Saturday. I served the homeless during my year in Inda, and, can testify that sarvodaya crosses international boundaries uplifting those who are served and the servers equally.


Work Cited “Food and Shelter.” ​Food and Shelter​, Food and Shelter. “US Homeless People Numbers Rise for First Time in Seven Years.” ​BBC News​, BBC, 6 Dec. 2017. “198 Methods of Nonviolent Action.” Albert Einstein Institution, 23 Sept. 2015​. Salvation Army. “Why Are People Homeless?” The Salvation Army.


Источник: https://issuu.com/gcelabschool4/docs/food_for_friends?e=0
Sunday, November 03

Get Directions: St. John's Episcopal Church, 235 W. Duffy St, Norman, Oklahoma 73070

Please join us for a retirement reception for Fr. Dwight and Mary Helt following the 10:30 a.m. service on Sunday, November 3rd, in the Parish Hall.  We will have light refreshments and gifts as we thank Dwight and Mary for 16 years of loving service to St. John's Church.

Twelfth Night Feast

ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH

Saturday, January 07, 2017 - 06:00 PM CST until Saturday, January 07, 2017 - 08:30 PM CST

Started almost 5 years ago Saturday, February 22

Get Directions: St John's Episcopal Church, 235 W Duffy St, Norman, OK 73070

The annual Mardi Gras Party will be Saturday, February 22nd from 6 to 8 PM in the Parish Hall.  The party will be hosted by the Hospitality Committee and the St. John's Brotherhood.  As always, we will serve delicious Cajun food and enjoy entertainment.

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Offices Closed for MLK Day

St John's Episcopal Church

Monday, January 20, 2020 - 12:00 AM CST until Monday, January 20, 2020 - 11:59 PM CST

Started almost 2 years ago Saturday, February 06

Get Directions: ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH - Parish Hall, 235 W. Duffy, Norman, OK 73069

Join the big party on Saturday, February 6 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. The kitchen folks will go Cajun as they simmer gumbo and jambalaya. 

Tickets for the party are $10 for adults, $5 for kids 6-12 and 5 and under are free. Purchase tickets at the door. This year, we will play some fun games and share some laughs before we enjoy dinner. Nursery care will be available.

J2A AUCTION

The J2A pilgrims will continue the fun, yearly tradition of auctioning items to support their pilgrimage. Past auctions have supported pilgrimages to Scotland, upstate New York, and Italy. The current group of pilgrims will travel during the summer of 2017 and will announce a location next fall. Bring your checkbooks and join in the fun!

A FEW AUCTION HIGHLIGHTS

-Getaway Weekend at St Francis of the Woods- 2 guest for 2 nights- St Francis of the Woods is an Ecumenical Spiritual Retreat Center in Coyle, Oklahoma. The center has beautiful walking trails and provides a perfect place for study, meditation, rest and inspiration. Come find this hidden gem only one hour north of Norman.

-2 season tickets for Lyric Theatre - floor seats at Civic Center Music Hall including Dreamgirls, The Wizard of Oz, Fiddler on the Roof, and The Drowsy Chaperone.

-Reserved OU Football parking spot

-Mirror etching of the Mayes cross by a member of the J2A class

-Dinner for a Night by Sarah Boone, a marvelous cook and a member of the J2A class

-Custom-knit item by parishioner and knitting whiz Regina Smith

-1920’s antique mahjong set. The complete set is encased in a beautiful wooden box with instructions.

Lessons and Carols

ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH

Sunday, December 20, 2015 - 05:00 PM CST until Sunday, December 20, 2015 - 06:00 PM CST

Started almost 6 years ago Friday, August 28

Get Directions: Blu Restaurant - Palm Room, 201 South Crawford, Norman, OK 73069

All the women of St. John's are invited to celebrate the 95th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th amendment and women's right to vote with cocktails in the Palm Room at Blu. Ladies will get together at 7 pm on Friday, August 28th. Food & shelter for friends norman ok is located at 201 S. Crawford in Norman. Come out and celebrate with fellow sisters! 

Back to School Sunday

Parish HAll

Sunday, August 23, 2015 - 09:30 AM CDT until Sunday, August 23, 2015 - 10:15 AM CDT

Started over 6 years ago Saturday, September 26

Get Directions: ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH, 235 W. Duffy, Norman, OK 73069

Come food & shelter for friends norman ok the St. John's Fall Market and Bake Sale. Get a start on holiday shopping or snag something special for yourself. Pop's Pockets Food Truck will be in our lot both days so plan on lunch as well. The Fall Market features the following vendors: 

J.S. Canine, prints, notecards and Christmas cards based on dog portraits, price range $5 to $25

Laurelseye Photography and Greeting Cards, prints food & shelter for friends norman ok cards, price range $1 to $30

Nerium International, anti-aging creams and supplements

Celebrating Home Direct, candles, fragrance warmers, home decor, gifts and more

CKY Designs, Designer handmade jewelry, specializing in antique, vintage and contemporary beads and buttons

Baby Love, hooded towels, bibs, placements, stuffed animals, hand puppets, oven mitts, make-up bags

BARHD, handmade Ugandan crafts, baskets, bowls, scarves, glass beaded jewelry

Polly Vansant, crosses, peace t-shirts and other handmade religious objects of art

A Lot Like Vintage, handmade jewelry, notecards, holiday and gift items

Maggy’s Thread Designs, handmade knit hats, scarves, purses, shawls, price range $10 to $150

Woodworks by DJ, hand carved jewelry boxes, plaques, animal carvings, bottle stoppers, price range $15 to $100

Pixie Creations, hand sewn bibs, aprons, tote bags, pillowcases, kitchen towels and potholders

Chezbamboo, handmade jewelry made with precious stones, pearls, crystals.  Rosary bracelets, wire-wrapped pendants, religious jewelry, price range $10 to $80

Sports Memories, vintage sports collectibles—lots of OU memorabilia

Blue Streak, pottery, two distinct styles, prints and photo greeting cards

NKA, knitted cowls and scarves

Rockin Wire Creations, handmade wire jewelry, price range $5 to $150

Bead for Life, handmade beaded jewelry from Uganda, made from recycled paper

 

Fall Market and Bake Sale

ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH

Friday, September 25, 2015 - 12:00 PM CDT until Friday, September 25, 2015 - 07:00 PM CDT

Started about 6 years ago Saturday, October 17

Get Directions: ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH - Parish Hall, 235 W. Duffy, Norman, OK 73069

The men's brotherhood is teaming up with the Children's House Montessori PTO to put on a pancake breakfast. All in the church are welcome to attend. Please bring friends and family as well. Tickets can be purchased at the door and are $5 per person. Children under three are free. Proceeds benefit the Children's House Montessori School. 

We Will Speak Out

St. John's Church, Commons

Monday, October 05, 2015 - 06:30 PM CDT until Monday, October 05, 2015 - 08:30 PM CDT

Started about 6 years ago

Harold Lee Heiple

Long time Norman attorney Harold Lee Heiple died in Norman, Oklahoma on October 20th, 2020. The only child of H. and N Heiple, Harold was born in Oklahoma City on March 12, 1935. Harold attended Oklahoma City Public Schools until ninth grade when his family moved. He graduated high school in New Orleans, Louisiana in 1952. He returned to Oklahoma and became a proud Sooner when he enrolled at the University of Oklahoma. He completed his undergraduate degree in 1956 and was commissioned into the Air Force to which he committed for a three-year active duty term. He later returned to school and graduated from the University of Oklahoma Law School in 1962. He was admitted to the Oklahoma and North Dakota bars June 1962. Harold began his active law practice in Norman in 1962 and retired in 2019. He served as an initial founding member of the OU Associate Plan and of the Norman Public School Foundation and Norman American Legion Baseball, Inc. He served as the Board Attorney for Moore Norman Technology Center for 40 years and served as the Board Attorney for Oklahoma Electric Cooperative for 35 years. He served as Board Attorney for Norman Developers Association for 25 years. He was a member of Norman City Council for two years in 1969 and 1970. He chaired or co-chaired 5 Norman City Charter Review Committees. He was author of the ordinance requiring developers to contribute lands for public use parks; a great legacy for our community. With city staff, he was co-author of the Norman city ordinance regarding commercial signage ordinances. A very large portion of his law practice was dedicated to representation of property owners petitioning Norman city council for permission to redesign their privately owned property. Harold met Kathleen Marie O’Leary in 1962 and the two married on November 24, 1962. The two have dedicated their lives to serving Norman ever since. Harold and Kathy have contributed a great amount to Norman’s non-profit organizations including Health for Friends and Food and Shelter for Friends. Harold and Kathy also contributed a great deal of time and resources to Norman’s youth sports leagues and the University of Oklahoma Foundation. They are active members of St. Thomas More Catholic Church. Harold was preceded in death by both parents. He is survived by his wife Kathleen, daughter and son-in-law Laura and David Knutty of Rocklin, California, son and daughter-in-law Greg and April Heiple of Norman and son Scott Heiple of Norman along with seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. He is also survived by brother-in-law and his wife Tom and Karen O’Leary, Cousin Dick Cohoon and wife Mary and several nieces and nephews. Harold has been a continuously dedicated member of the Norman community; a community to which will be forever grateful for Harold’s service. A mass of Christian burial will be held at St. Thomas More on Friday October 30th 2020 at 2:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, gifts can be made to St. Thomas More St. Vincent de Paul Society or Food and Shelter for Friends.

March 12, 1935 - October 20, 202003/12/193510/20/2020

Recommend Harold's obituary to your friends.

Источник: https://www.tributearchive.com
Monday, January 20

Get Directions: 235 West Duffy, Norman, OK 73069

The Church and Outreach Offices will be closed in observance of Martin Luther King Day.

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Office Closed For Holidays

St John's Episcopal Church

Tuesday, December 24, 2019 - 12:00 AM CST until Wednesday, January 01, 2020 - 11:59 PM CST

Started almost 2 years ago

According to the BBC “in 2017, there are around 554,000 homeless people in the United States.” I want to explore a way to give homeless people food, shelter, and clothing. Homelessness is cultural violence because our society does not have enough services and support for people who have had a bad life experience that causes them to not be able to function normally and rights to homes are a basic human coldwell banker burnet fridley. According to the Salvation Army, homelessness can be caused by “poverty, unemployment, lack of affordable housing, poor physical or mental health, drug and alcohol abuse, gambling, family and relationship breakdown, domestic violence, or physical and/or sexual abuse.” Employers don’t want to hire someone who does have a home, and so they cannot find a job and then stay homeless. Landlords do not want to rent to them because they are afraid the rent won’t be paid and homeless people aren’t always cleaned up properly. In society, conflicts have two sides a model that explains the different sides of conflicts is called The Ladder of Tolerance. There are two sides to it, for homeless people would be in co-existence step which is in the middle. The people who support them and want to help by giving them shelter, making food, and or giving clothes. The supporters would be at food & shelter for friends norman ok, value, and celebrate which are the ones that are the top three steps. For the people against giving to the homeless, that means that they don’t want equal rights as everyone who is not homeless. They would be at restriction step which is close to the bottom. I would be at respect because I want to help and make sure they get food and water which is near the top. There is a way to analyze a conflict, it is called the Iceberg method. It includes the part that people see (a homeless person living on the street being hungry), and the unseen part (why people become homeless and stay homeless). Even though our country culturally does not have a


big plan to treat what causes homelessness, groups exist that address the first part, the part people see. Many of them also help homeless people deal with the cause of their homelessness. An example, Food & Shelter, in Norman, OK, which is near Oklahoma City. “The mission of Food & Shelter is very simple. We feed those who are hungry and wrap our arms around the lost and alone, helping them find their way back home. We believe no person can overcome life's most difficult obstacles if they are hungry and worried constantly about where they will sleep. The services we provide are the most basic needs of a human being; food and shelter. Women, children, and men come for food and shelter. They leave with friends, a support system, and acceptance. They find home” (Food & Shelter). Food & Shelter were founded in 1983. Originally it was only a once a week lunch program where the homeless could go and get food. Now they serve breakfast and lunch seven days a week. “On average we serve 250 meals per day. In 2015 alone, we served over 100,000 meals” (Food & Shelter). There are 198 Sharp’s Methods, and one of them is called new social patterns. For my intervention, I planned to establish a new social pattern for myself similar to the one food & shelter for friends norman ok Food & Shelter. I joined an organization that is called Food For Friends. It is a program sponsored by a group of four churches in my neighborhood that coordinate with each other to make sure lunches are provided seven days a week for the homeless in our area. My church, Church of Our Saviour, serves lunches on Saturdays and Mondays. We coordinated with other local churches so that lunch is served every day, and, housing is provided in two churches basements. I established my new social pattern at Food For Friends by performing many functions on Saturday, January 12, 2019. I helped to prepare the food I interacted with the guests who came for lunch, I helped serve the food, food & shelter for friends norman ok I helped clean up after lunch. I also made banners, posters


and display communications. This is another intervention because I made a poster to put up around my neighborhood and to give to people to help recruit volunteers. What’s on my poster is “Food For Friends,” the location, the days of the week it happens at COS, and the time. I want to find more people to help to give back by helping to make food and pass it out to the homeless who show up, it is very food & shelter for friends norman ok. Gandhi believed in four principles. The four are sarvodaya, swadeshi, swaraj, and satyagraha. The one that fits best with what I did is sarvodaya, which means the uplifting of all. While doing this on Saturday I uplifted the homeless people by making sure that they had food. I wanted to make sure that all of them had a chance of getting an equal amount of food or more if there were extras, and if they wanted to get more to eat. I would encourage other people to do this because afterward, I felt great; I got to give food to people who can’t afford it or who haven’t had food in a while. I loved seeing the smiles on their faces when they got their food and were eating it. I learned that giving back is a satisfying thing. I also learned that if humans make someone smile who can’t afford food that makes everyones day that is involved. My goal now is to participate in this program every Saturday. I served the homeless during my year in Inda, and, can testify that sarvodaya crosses international boundaries uplifting those who are served and the servers equally.


Work Cited “Food and Shelter.” ​Food and Shelter​, Food and Shelter. “US Homeless People Numbers Rise for First Time in Seven Years.” ​BBC News​, BBC, 6 Dec. 2017. “198 Methods of Nonviolent Action.” Albert Einstein Institution, 23 Sept. 2015​. Salvation Army. “Why Are People Homeless?” The Salvation Army.


Источник: https://issuu.com/gcelabschool4/docs/food_for_friends?e=0
Tuesday, December 24

Get Directions: 235 West Duffy, Norman, OK 73069

St. John's Episcopal Church and Outreach Offices will be closed for Christmas and New Years.  The Church Office will close beginning December 24th and reopen on January 2nd, 2020!

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Blood Drive at St. Johns!

St. Johns Episcopal Church food & shelter for friends norman ok Sunday, December 08, 2019 - 08:30 AM CST until Sunday, December 08, 2019 - 01:00 PM CST

Started almost 2 years ago

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