Wesley Fellowship brings Lifetree Café to RSC, Oklahoma


Amber Stafford

Assignment Editor

David Hanigar (left) and Brittney Arnold (right) talk to students about communication and faith.
Photo by – Dennis Gosnell



The Wesley Fellowship will be hosting the first Lifetree Café in Oklahoma Oct. 2 from 11:30-1:30 p.m. in LRC Room 110. A free lunch is provided to all who attend.


The Lifetree Café is coffee-shop-style discussion over current and relevant topics from a faith perspective.  The first trial run will be featuring the episode “Follow Your Dreams,” which highlights a singer who lost her hearing and her perseverance through the difficult time in her life.


“The Wesley [Fellowship] is a way for me to help [create] a sense of community for the people that don’t have that at Rose yet,” said President of Wesley Fellowship Brittney Arnold.


Lifetree Café is an hour-long experience in a casual environment for people to gather weekly to experience meeting new people and old ones too. Everyone is welcome no matter what their belief is. Each week there will be new episode of real life stories from fascinating people, and open discussion on the topic of the week.


The Wesley Fellowship is a combination of Wickline and St. Matthew United Methodist churches in Midwest City. For more information on the Wesley Fellowship or on Lifetree Café, contact David Hanigar from Wickline United Methodist Church at 732-0356 ext. 106.

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