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Redbud festival Park
109 N main st
1 S. Lewis Ave
Bixby Community Center
211 N Cabaniss
United in Faith Worldwide! Jehovah’s Witnesses Hold Global Virtual Event in 240 Lands, 500+ Languages TULSA, Okla. — July 2, 2021 — Breaking a century-old tradition in the name of health and safety, the largest convention organization in the world has moved its annual in-person event to a virtual format for the second time in as many years, canceling nearly 6,000 conventions in 240 lands. For many years, summers in Tulsa have featured Jehovah’s Witnesses streaming into the city to take over hotels and fill restaurants as they held their conventions at various venues. In 2020, the pandemic unexpectedly interrupted that tradition, moving the international religious organization to cancel in-person conventions throughout the world and launch a global virtual event. This was a first for Jehovah’s Witnesses, who have held public conventions in stadiums, arenas, convention centers, and theaters around the world since 1897. “Powerful by Faith!” is the theme of the 2021 global event, which will be delivered in more than 500 languages to households throughout the globe over six weekends during July and August 2021, uniting some 15-20 million people in 240 countries. Since the convention is typically held from Friday through Sunday, the program will be available in six installments corresponding to morning and afternoon sessions. “Friday” morning’s session is available for streaming or download beginning June 28, 2021. Jeremy and Lacy Merritt of Tulsa are looking forward to the convention. Reflecting on this year’s program theme, Lacy said, “I feel like many people view faith in an abstract way. Yet, when investigated, the scriptures reveal how it’s based on evidence and reason.” Jeremy appreciates the convention’s virtual format and hopes the public will tune in and find solace amid world conditions. “After watching global events unfold over this past year, I hope that as many people as possible watch the convention sessions on jw.org. The problems and challenges that plague our global society continue to get worse and seem insurmountable. I know these convention sessions will reinforce why we need faith and how we can obtain it,” Jeremy said. The continued risk of bringing thousands of people together in cities around the world prompted the organization to opt for a virtual platform for the second consecutive year. However, the move has not curbed the enthusiasm for the annual event. Congregations around the world are inviting the public to join them in this historic occasion. “Faith has helped our global brotherhood to continue to thrive even during a pandemic,” said Robert Hendriks for Jehovah’s Witnesses. “Our faith will continue to unite us in worship — even virtually — as millions gather in private homes around the world to enjoy a powerful and inspiring spiritual program.” All are invited to attend the event by going to jw.org on the web or JW Broadcasting on the free JW Library iOS or Android App, or on streaming platforms like Roku TV, Apple TV, and others. The program is free and accessible to all. The schedule for download and global streaming is listed below. PROGRAM DAY DATE AVAILABLE FOR STREAMING OR DOWNLOAD FROM JW.ORG DATES CONGREGATIONS AROUND THE GLOBE WILL UNITEDLY BE VIEWING THE PROGRAM Friday Morning June 28 July 3-4 Friday Afternoon July 5 July 10-11 Saturday Morning July 19 July 24-25 Saturday Afternoon July 26 July 31- August 1 Sunday Morning August 9 August 14-15 Sunday Afternoon August 16 August 21-22 PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS REPRESENTATIVE: Yohannes Brown 214-287-1381 eat0@eau0eav0eaw0 LOCAL SPOKESMAN: James Gianopoulos 972-989-6512 eat1@eau1eav1eaw1
Come explore the art and science of rocks, minerals, fossils and artifacts at Tulsa Rock and Mineral Society’s Annual Gem and Mineral and Jewelry Show. This year’s show will be in the Exchange Center at the Tulsa County Fairgrounds 4145 E. 21st Street Tulsa, OK 74114 on Saturday, July 17 and Sunday, July 18 is the perfect opportunity to learn something new and shop an assortment of unique vendors. Show hours are 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. on Sunday. Ticket are only $6 for adults and kids 12 and under are free with paid adult admission. Scouts free in uniform. Police, Fire and Military Free with I.D. Show highlights include rocks, minerals, jewelry, fossils, a fluorescent room, beads, crystals, touch table, working displays and a free kid’s zone.
Tulsa Fairgrounds Exchange Center
4145 E. 21st St.
Tulsa, Ok 74114____
Sponsored by the Tulsa Stake of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the Tulsa Day of Sharing is an opportunity for members of the community to share with each other. Gently used clothing that needs a new home can be donated to one of our three locations, where it will be sorted and organized for shoppers. Donations will be accepted at three metro locations on Thursday and Friday, July 29th & 30th, from 6 pm to 9 pm. On Saturday, July 31st, 2021 our doors will be open from 9 am to 3 pm and all are welcome to come shop, for free, no questions asked. Please see our website at https://tulsadayofsharing.org/ for a full list of locations. Take what you need. Give what you don't.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
12110 E. 7th St.
Tulsa, OK 74128