ENID — The here and ENOW
In late December, Carson spoke with Kinsley Jordan of World Harvest Church, Devon Krause of First United Methodist Church and Herrian about a vision of a youth worship service that all could take part in regardless of denomination or even church affiliation at all.
The four started talking with other churches and spreading the word.
By January, representatives from about 10 churches and youth organizations joined the discussion, Carson said.
By the Feb. 28 meeting, the number involved in ENOW had doubled.
“Our vision for this is to be a consistent event,” Carson said. “We’ve discussed holding it every month or every other month.”
“I believe this is something God would want to see: The church come together as the body of Christ instead of being separated in the different denominations,” Krause said. “The whole point of this is to proclaim a gospel of love for people who might be Christian or might be just now exploring Christianity.”