MACU to Present Holy Week Observance Event for Community
Mid-America Christian University (MACU) Choir has recently returned from a very successful tour of the Midwest. The tour, which included performances in Illinois and Michigan, ended just in time for the MACU School of Music to host, “Beneath the Cross of Jesus: A Holy Week Worship Service of Scripture and Song.”
MACU faculty and students welcome the public to join in poignant reflection on the Lenten season and prepare for Easter through scripture readings, sacred music, and a homily by campus pastor Johnny Bland.
“Music is a universal form of expression that can bridge gaps between all differences—whether age, culture, or language,” said Dr. Sharon Lease, vice president for academic affairs and dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. “We consider this an opportunity to serve and enrich the community through spreading the love of Christ and what the Easter season is about.”
This Holy Week Worship Service will be Tuesday, March 31, beginning at 7 PM in the MACU Chapel, (located at 3500 SW 119th Street, Oklahoma City).
For more information, contact MACU School of Music, (405) 691-3800 or www.MACU.edu.
Mid-America Christian University offers a Christian liberal arts education through two dynamic colleges. The College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) offers undergraduate degrees to traditional residential and daytime commuting students at the main campus in Oklahoma City. The College of Adult and Graduate Studies (CAGS) makes college education affordable and accessible to busy working adults and graduate students. Degree programs are offered online and convenient evening classes at the main campus, and through the north OKC location. MACU is an endorsed agency of the Church of God (Anderson, IN), and is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA; www.ncahlc.org). Visit www.MACU.edu for more information.