Little Church of Christ slates devotional evening for women.
The Church of Christ at Little will host an evening devotional program for women this Friday night, Sept. 20 at 7 p.m.
Sandy Day, of Midwest City, will be the guest speaker for the 29th Annual “Ladies’ Night at Little.” A salad supper will be available beginning at 5:30 p.m., followed by congregational singing led by Allyson Hanan of Seminole.
Ladies from churches of Christ throughout Central Oklahoma have been invited to the event, as well as individuals from Seminole and surrounding communities. The program is free and open to the public.
Day is a native of the Oklahoma City area, but attended high school and college in Michigan. She and her husband, Wes, lived in New Mexico, Colorado and Kansas before settling back in Oklahoma.
She is a member of the Eastside Church of Christ in Midwest City, where her husband served as an elder. She has taught Bible classes for all ages, ranging from 3-year-olds to adult ladies.
Day has taught teacher training classes and Ladies Day programs in both Oklahoma and Kansas. She has also had articles published in “Christian Woman” and “Christian Bible Class Teacher” magazines.
She has worked for the past 23 years for Old Surety Life Insurance Company in the Medicare Supplement claims department. She and her husband have done extensive volunteer work with churches and children’s homes in Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas.
The Church of Christ at Little is located 7 miles north of Seminole on Hwy 99. The congregation has roots back to the 1920s when services were held at the Red Mound schoolhouse east of Little, near the present-day Strother High School. In 1950, the building was moved to a site on Highway 99, directly across the road from the present building.
A new building was constructed 20 years later, and an addition of new classroom facilities was completed in 1982.
Rusty Dawson, graduate of the Bear Valley School of Preaching in Denver, Colo., and former associate minister at Cherokee Hills Church of Christ in Oklahoma City, has served as minister of the congregation for the past 23 years.
The Church of Christ at Little actively supports mission efforts, serves the community with local benevolent work, supports Christian orphanages and conducts regular Vacation Bible Schools and Gospel Meetings.
For more information about “Ladies’ Night at Little,” contact Dawson at 382-3577.