Randy Travis to perform at Crossings this month



Hear the unmistakable voice of Randy Travis in concert at Crossings Community Church at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 29. Travis performs with his acoustical band from his new album “Glory Train” (due to release Oct. 25) and favorites from his other gospel albums.

Travis returns the morning of Oct. 30, to perform with his band and to share about his life in a brief interview with Crossings Senior Pastor Marty Grubbs, during both the 9:30 and 11 a.m. sanctuary services. “In the past several years, I have heard from so many people who have been touched by Randy’s story. Here is a man who had everything, yet found so much still missing,” Grubbs said. “You don’t want to miss this.”

Randy Travis has sold more than 24 million albums and had 22 No. 1 hits since bringing back a classic sound to country music with his 1986 debut, “Storms of Life.” During his career, he has garnered five Grammy Awards, five Country Music Association Awards, nine Academy of Country Music Awards, 10 American Music Awards, six Dove Awards, and recently received a star of the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Tickets for the Oct. 29 concert are only $10 each. Buy tickets at www.crossingsokc.org, at Crossings Community Church, or by calling 302-1281.

Crossings Community Church is at 14600 N. Portland Ave.



Halloween Fest set for Oct. 26



Santa Fe Presbyterian Church, 1603 N. Santa Fe in Edmond, will be invaded by ghosts and goblins from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Oct. 26 during its Halloween Fest (Trick or Treat).

The public is invited to join in the haunting festivities, which will include free hot dogs and candy for the children.

There also will be a variety of games and activities, including pumpkin face painting. This promises to be a frighteningly ghoul time for everyone.

For more information, contact Patsy Greer at 341-9081.



‘Pope Fiction’ to hit UCO on Nov. 14



The UCO Catholic Center will sponsor author Patrick Madrid for a special presentation: “Pope Fiction and Benedict XVI: a Review of Papal History in Light of the Present Age” beginning at 6 p.m. Nov. 4 at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church.

Tickets are available at different sponsorship levels — $100 tickets include a social, dinner and the presentation; $50 tickets include preferred seating for the presentation only; and $20 general admission tickets are available for the presentation. Students and children can attend the event for $10.

Madrid is the editor of Envoy magazine, a Catholic journal of apologetics and evangelization. He also has written 12 books. For more information, call 341-6300.

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