Community Stories

  • Millican testifies on Capitol Hill


    OC board chair Don Millican spoke to a congressional committee on the importance of funding early childhood programs, particularly those targeted to low-income families.

  • OC to honor Greens at Associates Gala


    Oklahoma Christian University will honor the Green family of Hobby Lobby fame at the 14th-annual OC Associates Gala April 6. The family will receive the university’s “Lee Allan Smith Spirit of Oklahoma Award,” named for an OC friend and civic leader.

  • Spring Sing rewinds the clock


    OC’s 49th-annual Spring Sing production travels back in time to the 90s with the theme, “Rewind the Clock.”

  • Fourth-annual ‘History Speaks’ features Freedom Rider


    Oklahoma Christian University will bring a civil rights hero to the Oklahoma City community for the fourth year in a row. Diane Nash, who co-founded the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) and led one of the early Freedom Rides to protest segregation, will speak at Oklahoma Christian on Feb. 21.

  • Love in the air at Valentine Cabaret


    The OC Department of Music will present the 28th-annual Valentine Cabaret performance Feb. 10-14. The production includes a variety of 30 love songs gathered from Broadway musicals and movies.

  • OC event probes faith, tolerance, culture


    Best-selling authors David Kinnaman and Gabe Lyons will visit Oklahoma Christian University (OC) on February 6 to discuss engaging a culture that sees Christianity as irrelevant and extreme.