Our Worship Services
Traditional & LifeLight Contemporary
8:30 a.m., 9:40 a.m., and 10:50 a.m. Sundays
About Downtown Worship
Traditional services are at 8:30 and 10:50 a.m. in the Sanctuary and feature a formal order of Worship, chancel choir, and hymns. The contemporary worship service, LifeLight, is at 9:40 a.m. in the Christian Life Center and features contemporary Christian songs, images, and videos during the sermon.
Traditional & LifeLight Contemporary
9:15 a.m. and 11 a.m. Sundays
About Edmond Worship
The contemporary service, LifeLight, is at 9:15 a.m. and features contemporary Christian songs led by our praise band. Traditional Worship begins at 11 a.m. includes a chancel choir, orchestra, and traditional order of Worship. The sermon is broadcast on video from the Downtown Campus.
10:40 a.m. Sundays
The Worship Service at 10:40 a.m is traditional in style, with the sermon presented on video from the St. Luke’s Downtown Campus.
July 22 – Annie Get Your Gun
Premiered on Broadway at the Imperial Theatre on May 16, 1946.
This fictionalized version of the life of real-life sharpshooter Annie Oakley and her romance with Frank Butler boasts a score of Irving Berlin gems including There’s No Business Like Show Business, I Got Lost in His Arms, I Got the Sun in the Mornin’, Anything You Can Do, and They Say It’s Wonderful.
July 29 – Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
Premiered on Broadway at the Royale Theatre on January 27, 1982.
The biblical story of Joseph and his coat of many colors comes alive in the musical retelling. Joseph, the favorite son of Jacob, is blessed with vivid dreams that foretell the future. Sold into slavery by his jealous brothers, Joseph endures a series of adventures which challenge him to his core. A truly timeless Old Testament tale, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is set to a multitude of musical genres, spanning from country-western and calypso to rock written by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice.
Premiered on Broadway at the Neil Simon Theatre on August 15, 2002.
In 1962 Baltimore, Maryland, plump teenager Tracy Turnblad’s dream is to dance on The Corny Collins Show, a local TV dance program. When Tracy wins a role on the show, she becomes a celebrity overnight, and meets a colorful group of characters, leading to social change as Tracy campaigns for the show’s integration. The bright, energetic story of Tracy Turnblad teaches us all to look past the color of one’s skin and fight for every human being’s equal rights.
Premiered on Broadway at the 46th Street Theatre on November 24, 1950.
Guys and Dolls Set in mythical New York City, Guys and Dolls is one of America’s most enduring musical comedies. Gambler, Nathan Detroit, tries to find the cash to set up the biggest dice game in town while the authorities breathe down his neck; meanwhile, his girlfriend and nightclub performer, Adelaide, laments that they’ve been engaged for fourteen years. Nathan turns to fellow gambler, Sky Masterson, for the money. In a bet of a lifetime, Sky ends up winning the heart of the straight-laced missionary, Sarah Brown. Guys and Dolls features some of Frank Loesser’s most memorable tunes, including the hilarious Adelaide’s Lament, the romantic I’ve Never Been in Love Before, and the classic Luck Be a Lady.
Premiered on Broadway at the Winter Garden Theatre on October 18, 2001
On a small Greek island, Sophie dreams of a perfect wedding – one which includes her father giving her away. The problem? Sophie doesn’t know who he is! Her mother, Donna, refuses to talk about the past, so Sophie decides to take matters into her own hands and discovers three possible fathers: Sam, Bill, and Harry. She secretly invites all three to the wedding, convinced that she’ll know her father when she sees him. But when all three turn up, it may not be as clear as she thought! Told through the legendary music of ABBA, Mamma Mia! has become a worldwide sensation.