July 12, 2016

The youth and adult members of the 2017 Episcopal Youth Event (EYE17) Mission Planning Team are:

Youth

  • Enmanuel Almeida, Iglesia Episcopal Dominicana
  • Tyler Benting, Diocese of Southeast Florida
  • Kiera Campbell, Diocese of Olympia
  • Christi Cunningham, Diocese of Fond du Lac
  • Jenna Elmer, Diocese of Oklahoma
  • Rachel Feenstra, Diocese of Connecticut
  • Josh Floberg, Diocese of North Dakota
  • Andrés Gonzalez-Bonillas, Diocese of Arizona
  • Pierce Hubbard, Diocese of Spokane
  • Rebecca Loncar, Diocese of Michigan
  • Trevor Mahan, Diocese of Kansas
  • Avery Nasworthy, Diocese of Massachusetts
  • Leyla Robinson, Diocese of Maryland
  • Devon Shank, Diocese of Southwest Florida
  • Sharisma Ubiera, Diocese of New Jersey/Iglesia Episcopal Dominicana
  • Chenyeng Vang, Episcopal Church in Minnesota

Adults

  • Grace Aheron, Diocese of Virginia – Team Chaplain
  • Arlette Benoit, Diocese of Atlanta
  • Ronald Ruiz Braman, Diocese of Idaho
  • Mindy Boynton, Episcopal Church in Minnesota
  • Randy Callender, Diocese of Maryland – Event Chaplain
  • Elizabeth Canaday, Diocese of Oklahoma – Local Liaison
  • Maggie Foote, Diocese of Southern Ohio
  • Myra Garnes, Diocese of Long Island
  • Samantha Haycock, Diocese of Arkansas
  • Christoph Herpel, Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe
  • Frank Sierra, Diocese of West Missouri

Health Team

  • Julia Domenick, Diocese of Georgia
  • Sarah Klitzke, Diocese of Dallas

Staff

  • Valerie Harris, Associate for Formation Department
  • Shannon Kelly, Officer for Young Adult and Campus Ministries
  • Wendy Johnson, Officer for Digital Formation and Events
  • Bronwyn Clark Skov, Director for Formation, Youth, and Young Adult Ministries

Drawing hundreds of youth from throughout the Episcopal Church, EYE17 will be held July 10-14, 2017 at the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond, OK, in partnership with the Diocese of Oklahoma.

The 2017 event marks the thirteenth EYE and remains a popular and well-attended event. EYE17 is geared for youth in grades 9-12 during the 2016-2017 academic year and their adult leaders.  

The youth and adult members of the 2017 Episcopal Youth Event (EYE17) Mission Planning Team are: Youth Enmanuel Almeida, Iglesia Episcopal Dominicana Tyler Benting, Diocese of Southeast Florida Kiera Campbell, Diocese of Olympia Christi Cunningham...
August 22, 2016

The next Episcopal Youth Event, EYE17, will be held in partnership with the Episcopal Diocese of Oklahoma from July 10-14, 2017 on the campus of the University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond. 

Here are preliminary details about EYE17, including cost and registration procedures:

Registration

Registration for EYE17 will open in January 2017 and will remain open until March 15, or when dorm capacity is reached, whichever happens first. Registration for EYE17 can only be completed by a Diocesan Registrar who is appointed by a diocesan bishop.

Every diocesan bishop has been asked to identify a Registrar for their diocese. This individual must accept responsibility for completion of the following tasks:

  1. Registering the diocesan delegation;
  2. Ensuring that every adult chaperone has a current (within 5 years) criminal/sexual background check on file with the diocese and has completed the Prevention of Sexual Misconduct training; 
  3. Ensuring that adult to youth ratios, age, and gender representation meet the EYE17 requirements outlined below; and
  4. Authorizing expenses and payments  on behalf of the diocese, such as EYE17 registration and potential transportation fees.

Bishops are asked to use this link to send the name of their appointed Registrar to Valerie Harris by Friday, September 16, 2016. There can be only one Registrar per diocese.

Youth Participation

Each diocese may send up to 24 high-school-aged youths. This means that the young person is currently enrolled in 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th grade during this 2016-2017 school year. Your diocese will have the greatest success if you recruit and discern a diverse group of faithful, mature high schoolers able to handle travel, speaking in groups, sharing their own faith journeys, and whom you trust to honor the covenant for behavior required of all participants.

Adult Chaperones

Adult chaperones should be individuals energized by learning alongside young people and committed to empowering and equipping them to be disciples in the world. Dioceses will be asked to send one adult for every four to six youths, with a maximum of six adults for a group of 24 youths.

Chaperone teams should be comprised of adults at least 23 years of age and older and must include genders represented among the youth. That means if you have both male and female youth participating, you need to have both male and female chaperones. No more than one adult per four youths will be permitted to attend.

All adults must have completed the Prevention of Sexual Misconduct training and must have a current (within 5 years) criminal/sexual background check on file in their sending diocese.

Registration Cost and Deposit

EYE17 will cost $350 per participant, whether youth or adult. This includes 11 meals, lodging during the event, transportation to and from the Oklahoma City airport, all EYE17 workshops and plenary sessions, and any other regularly planned activities during EYE17. It does not include transportation to and from Oklahoma City or any pre-or post-EYE17 activities. A deposit will be required at the time of registration in early 2017 with the remainder due later that spring.

Bishops Encouraged to Participate!

We have a great tradition of bishop participation at EYE that we plan to continue in Oklahoma!

Diocesan, suffragan, and assisting bishops may register as adult chaperones, and stay in dorms with youth and other adult chaperones if they file a current background check (within 5 years) with the Presiding Bishop’s office. Bishops will also be permitted to register individually for alternative housing or as daily guests on campus. More details will be forthcoming as soon as we can determine pricing for these options. Every bishop will receive a specific invitation from the Youth Ministries Office once details are finalized.

Pastoral Care Team

Applications are now accepted for the Pastoral Care Team members for the 2017 Episcopal Youth Event (EYE17). The Pastoral Care team is open to young adults or adults (at least 19 years of age or older) who are willing to volunteer to support the ministry and work of EYE17.  Among the Pastoral Care Team positions are: Residential Staff; Peer Ministers; Chaplains; and Medical Care Team. Read more.

On behalf of the Youth Ministries Office of The Episcopal Church, we look forward to working with you toward a meaningful EYE17. Please be in touch with Valerie Harris if you have any questions, [email protected], 212-716-6099.

We are grateful for your cooperation and prayers as we welcome your questions!

Your Episcopal Youth Event Team from the Presiding Bishop’s Staff:

  • Bronwyn Clark Skov, Youth Ministries Office
  • Wendy Johnson, Event Coordinator
  • Shannon Kelly, Pastoral Care Team for Young Adults
  • Valerie Harris, Associate for Formation
The next Episcopal Youth Event, EYE17, will be held in partnership with the Episcopal Diocese of Oklahoma from July 10-14, 2017 on the campus of the University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond.  Here are preliminary details about EYE17, including cost...
September 14, 2016

Applications are now accepted for the Pastoral Care Team members for the 2017 Episcopal Youth Event (EYE17).

Drawing hundreds of youth from throughout the Episcopal Church, EYE17 will be held on July 10-14, 2017 on the campus of the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond, OK, in partnership with the Diocese of Oklahoma.

The Pastoral Care team is open to young adults or adults (at least 19 years of age or older) who are willing to volunteer to support the ministry and work of EYE17.  Among the Pastoral Care Team positions are: Residential Staff; Peer Ministers; Chaplains; and Medical Care Team. Full position descriptions are here 

To serve as a member of the Pastoral Care Team, applicants must be willing to submit to a Criminal Sexual Background Check; provide evidence of completing Safeguarding God’s Children Training; demonstrate experience in successful and appropriate supervision of teens in overnight situations; and be available to travel to Oklahoma City on July 9 and depart no sooner than noon on July 14.

Applications and further information are available here 

Volunteers are expected to provide their own transportation to the event. While volunteers do not have to pay for full event registration for the event, they are requested to contribute $120 to cover the cost of meals; lodging will be provided.

For more information contact the Rev. Shannon Kelly, Pastoral Care Team Coordinator and Officer for Young Adult and Campus Ministries for the Episcopal Church.

Deadline for applying is November 4.

EYE is every three years in accordance with General Convention Resolution #1982-D079.  The 2017 event marks the thirteenth EYE and remains a popular and well-attended event. EYE17 is geared for youth in grades 9-12 during the 2017-2018 academic year and their adult leaders.  Registration information will be available later this year.

 

Applications are now accepted for the Pastoral Care Team members for the 2017 Episcopal Youth Event (EYE17). Drawing hundreds of youth from throughout the Episcopal Church, EYE17 will be held on July 10-14, 2017 on the campus of the University of...
October 11, 2016

What information is needed to register youth and adult chaperones for the 2017 Episcopal Youth Event (EYE17)?

Here are the details you need for registration:

  • Full legal name
  • Preferred name (for nametags)
  • Gender (male, female, transgender, non-binary)
  • Age
  • Grade in school, 2016-2017
  • Demographic details
    • Alaska Native/American Indian - please specify
    • Asian - please specify
    • Black/African American - please specify
    • Hispanic/Latino - please specify
    • Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander - please specify
    • White/Caucasian - please specify
    • Other - please specify
  • Fluent in English?
  • Need simultaneous interpretation? If so, what language?
  • Dietary needs, accessibility, or other considerations.
  • T-shirt size

We have two sample applications from other dioceses to share - Diocese of Michigan from from the 2014 EYE (click here to download) and Diocese of Western Michigan for EYE17 (click here to download). Others may be uploaded to our closed Diocesan Registrars' Facebook group.

What does participation in EYE17 cost?

EYE17 will cost $350 per participant, whether youth or adult. This includes 11 meals, lodging during the event, transportation to and from the Oklahoma City airport, all EYE17 workshops and plenary sessions, and any other regularly planned activities during EYE17. It does not include transportation to and from Oklahoma City or any pre-or post-EYE17 activities. A deposit will be required at the time of registration in early 2017 with the remainder due later that spring.

What transportation will be provided?

EYE17 will provide round-trip transportation between the Oklahoma City airport (OKC) and the campus of University of Central Oklahoma (UCO). Bus times will be arranged based on travel itineraries, which will be collected in early spring. The cost of this service is included in the registration fee. Each diocese is responsible for making arrangements for arrival on Monday, July 10 at OKC or other transportation to EYE17, such as buses, carpooling, etc. 

When do I need to arrive and depart EYE17?

The registration desk will open on Monday, July 10 after 1 pm. You should not plan to be on campus before that time. There will be no official EYE17 events offered on Monday, July 10 however we will offer activities for the afternoon and evening. Official programming for EYE17 will run July 11, 12 and 13. Departure is on Friday, July 14th. Everyone must depart campus by 11 am. Breakfast will be provided and for early departures a bag breakfast will be offered.

May I bring guests to EYE17?

EYE17 will completely fill available space at UCO. As such, you may not bring guests to EYE17. If you are traveling with individuals unrelated to the event, they will need to find their own off-campus housing. However, they may not join us for EYE17 activities. Individuals interested in supporting EYE17 may apply to participate as a member of the Pastoral Care Team. Click here for more information. November 4 is the application deadline.

Can I request a specific type of room on campus at EYE17?

Unless you require an accessible room, we cannot provide a specific style of room during your stay at EYE17. We will be in dorm-style housing and anticipate filling every space so you will be required to share with a roommate.

Will there be events following EYE17?

There will not be a mission experience offered after EYE17. If you are interested in local mission opportunities, contact Sabrina Evans, Episcopal Diocese of Oklahoma, [email protected].

What information is needed to register youth and adult chaperones for the 2017 Episcopal Youth Event (EYE17)? Here are the details you need for registration: Full legal name Preferred name (for nametags) Gender (male, female, transgender, non-...
November 2, 2016
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The 2017 Episcopal Youth Event (EYE17) will focus on the theme Path to Peace, based on Matthew 5:1-12.

Path to Peace as a theme was developed by the EYE17 Mission Planning Team who discerned a call to focus on peacemaking and the ways each member of the Jesus Movement can pursue a path to peace.

Drawing hundreds of youth from throughout the Episcopal Church, EYE17 will be held on July 10-14, 2017 on the campus of the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond, OK, in partnership with the Diocese of Oklahoma. More on EYE17 here http://www.episcopalchurch.org/eye

Path to Peace represents both the inward and outward actions we are called to engage as members of the Jesus Movement,” explained Bronwyn Clark Skov, Presiding Bishop’s Staff Officer for Youth Ministry. “Embracing this theme, the 2017 Episcopal Youth Event will focus on helping participants identify how they can engage peacemaking and reconciliation in their communities.”

Based on the theme, the EYE17 Mission Planning Team’s Evangelism Committee developed the featured logo. The logo was designed by Christoph Herpel, EYE17 Mission Planning Team mentor. An Art Director at Gerasch Communication, Herpel resides in Germany and has been active with Youth Across Europe, a program of the Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe. 

Applications Accepted for Pastoral Care Team
Applications are still being accepted for the EYE17 Pastoral Care Team, which will be comprised of young adults and adults at least 19 years of age, who are willing to volunteer to support the ministry and work of EYE17. Among the Pastoral Care Team positions are: Residential Staff; Peer Ministers, Chaplains; and Medical Care Team.

To serve as a member of the Pastoral Care Team, applicants must be willing to submit to a Criminal Sexual Background Check; provide evidence of completing Safeguarding God’s Children Training; demonstrate experience in successful and appropriate supervision of teens in overnight situations; and be available to travel to Oklahoma City on July 10 and depart no sooner than noon on July 14.

Application deadline is November 4. Application available here  https://dfms.formstack.com/forms/eye_2017_pastoral_care_team  More info here http://www.episcopalchurch.org/posts/eye/applications-accepted-eye17-pastoral-care-team

For more information about the Pastoral Care Team, contact the Rev. Shannon Kelly, Pastoral Care Team Coordinator and Officer for Young Adult and Campus Ministries for the Episcopal Church at [email protected].

Participating in EYE17
Registration for EYE17 occurs at the diocesan level and will be available in January.

 

The 2017 Episcopal Youth Event (EYE17) will focus on the theme Path to Peace, based on Matthew 5:1-12. Path to Peace as a theme was developed by the EYE17 Mission Planning Team who discerned a call to focus on peacemaking and the ways each member...
January 3, 2017

Three forms must be completed for every participant attending EYE17. They are:

Registrars must submit these forms, along with their diocesan travel itinerary, by May 1 using this link

Registrars must also submit the following document completed by the diocesan bishop certifying that adult chaperones meet EYE17 criteria regarding criminal background checks and completion of Safeguarding God's Children training.

If you have any questions, please contact Valerie Harris, 212-716-6099, [email protected].

 

 

Three forms must be completed for every participant attending EYE17. They are: EYE17 Event Agreement and Release EYE17 Contact Information EYE17 Personal Health & Medical Information /Authorization Registrars must submit these forms, along with...
April 6, 2017

As we continue to prepare for the 2017 Episcopal Youth Event, here are two additional documents you may find useful for planning purposes:

As always, if you have any questions about EYE17, contact Wendy Johnson, [email protected], 347-880-6512.

As we continue to prepare for the 2017 Episcopal Youth Event, here are two additional documents you may find useful for planning purposes: EYE17 Packing List EYE17 Schedule (This is a draft outline of the anticipated EYE17 schedule. It is subject...
April 12, 2017

The EYE17 Pastoral Care Team is made up of 40 young adults and adults who are volunteering help support the event by serving as the Chaplains, Residential Staff, Chaplains, and Medical Team.

Members of the EYE17 Pastoral Care Team are:

Chaplains

Sister Barbara Jean Brown
Cookie Cantwell
Jess Elfring-Roberts
Ariana Gonzalez-Bonillas
Donna Lima-Monteiro

Medical Staff

The Reverend Chris Christy
Amy O'Donnell
Tracie Shockley
Lani Untalan
Linda Wilson

Peer Ministers

Donnecia Brown
Courtney Crosby
Christopher Decatur
Hannah Graham
Luis Enrique Hernandez Rivas
Susannah Jones-Hochmuth
Caren Miles
Marcia Quintanilla
Anna Risch
Aaron Rogers
Br. Angel Roque
Jeremiah Shipman
Daniel Spicer
Christy Stang
Noah Sutter
Ivy Swinski
Megan-Drew Tiller
Brittney Traudt
Megan Tyner

Residental Staff

Hilary Bogert-Winkler
Madeline Carroll
Rich Clark
Ben Cowgill
Benjamin Garren
Alexizendria Link
Darling Daviel Ortiz Chemountd 
Gladys Rodriguez
Bill Slocumb
Gregory Stark
Sarah Stonesifer
Rev. Alejandra Trillos 
Lauren Wainwright
Rita Yoe

The EYE17 Pastoral Care Team is made up of 40 young adults and adults who are volunteering help support the event by serving as the Chaplains, Residential Staff, Chaplains, and Medical Team. Members of the EYE17 Pastoral Care Team are: Chaplains...
April 25, 2017

The draft schedule for the 2017 Episcopal Youth Event (EYE17) was the focus of the EYE17 Planning team at its final meeting April 20-23 in Minneapolis.

“For nearly a year, the Planning Team has been working diligently to plan an innovative and engaging EYE17,” said Bronwyn Clark Skov, Director for Formation, Youth, and Young Adult Ministries. 

The event will welcome nearly 1,300 participants and youth leaders from across the Episcopal Church. EYE17 will be held in partnership with the Episcopal Diocese of Oklahoma July 10-14 on the campus of the University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond. 

An outline of the still developing EYE17 schedule is posted here.

The 29-member EYE17 Planning team is divided into four Teams working on specific areas of the event:

  • Liturgy & Music Team
  • Hospitality Team
  • Program Team
  • Evangelism Team

EYE is every three years in accordance with General Convention Resolution #1982-D079.  The 2017 event marks the thirteenth EYE and remains a popular and well-attended event. EYE17 is geared for youth in grades 9-12 during the 2016-2017 academic year and their adult leaders. 

EYE17 Planning Team

Members of the EYE17 planning team are listed here.

Youth

  • Enmanuel Almeida, Iglesia Episcopal Dominicana
  • Tyler Benting, Diocese of Southeast Florida
  • Kiera Campbell, Diocese of Olympia
  • Christi Cunningham, Diocese of Fond du Lac
  • Jenna Elmer, Diocese of Oklahoma
  • Rachel Feenstra, Diocese of Connecticut
  • Josh Floberg, Diocese of North Dakota
  • Andrés Gonzalez-Bonillas, Diocese of Arizona
  • Pierce Hubbard, Diocese of Spokane
  • Rebecca Loncar, Diocese of Michigan
  • Trevor Mahan, Diocese of Kansas
  • Avery Nasworthy, Diocese of Massachusetts
  • Leyla Robinson, Diocese of Maryland
  • Devon Shank, Diocese of Southwest Florida
  • Sharisma Ubiera, Diocese of New Jersey/Iglesia Episcopal Dominicana
  • Chenyeng Vang, Episcopal Church in Minnesota

Adults

  • Grace Aheron, Diocese of Virginia – Team Chaplain
  • Arlette Benoit, Diocese of Atlanta
  • Mindy Boynton, Episcopal Church in Minnesota
  • Ronald Ruiz Braman, Diocese of Idaho
  • Randy Callender, Diocese of Maryland – Event Chaplain
  • Elizabeth Canaday, Diocese of Oklahoma – Local Liaison
  • Maggie Foote, Diocese of Southern Ohio
  • Myra Garnes, Diocese of Long Island
  • Samantha Haycock, Diocese of Arkansas
  • Christoph Herpel, Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe
  • Frank Sierra, Diocese of West Missouri

Music Team

  • Sam Hensley, Diocese of Texas

Health Team

  • Julia Domenick, Diocese of Georgia
  • Sarah Klitzke, Diocese of Dallas

Staff

  • Valerie Harris, Associate for Formation Department
  • Shannon Kelly, Officer for Young Adult and Campus Ministries
  • Wendy Johnson, Officer for Digital Formation and Events
  • Bronwyn Clark Skov, Director for Formation, Youth, and Young Adult Ministries

Pastoral Care Team

The EYE17 Pastoral Care Team encompasses 40 young adults and adults who are volunteering help support the event by serving as the chaplains, residential staff, chaplains, and medical team.

Members of the EYE17 Pastoral Care Team are listed here.

Province IX event

Thanks to an Episcopal Church Constable Fund Grant , the Office of Formation is working with the bishops and their representatives from each of the seven dioceses of Province IX to plan a Spanish language Province IX Youth and Young Adult Event for 2019.

“We are especially excited to welcome Province IX leadership and are looking forward to partnering with these dioceses on a Spanish language event in 2019,” Skov said.

Representatives from each diocese, along with the Province IX Coordinator the Rev. Connie Sanchez joined the EYE17 Planning Team and will meet again during EYE17 to nurture network development and to learn from the process of planning an event of this magnitude.

Representatives from Province IX joining the Planning Team are:

 

Central Ecuador

Wendy Barrett
Juan Carlos Quiñonez

Colombia

Elias Garcia Cardenas
Israel Portilla Gomez

Dominican Republic

Luis Alberto Garcia
Patricia Martin

Honduras

Luis Brenes
Kara Mejia

Litoral Ecuador

Gina Angulo
Jairo Chirán

Puerto Rico

Angel Davila Colón
Bryan Alexis Velez

Venezuela

Daniela Salazar

Province IX Coordinator

The Rev. Connie Sanchez

 

Following EYE17, the Office of Formation staff will meet with these Province IX leaders to start the process of collaboratively planning the 2019 Province IX Youth and Young Adult Event.

 

 

The draft schedule for the 2017 Episcopal Youth Event (EYE17) was the focus of the EYE17 Planning team at its final meeting April 20-23 in Minneapolis. “For nearly a year, the Planning Team has been working diligently to plan an innovative and...
May 5, 2017
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The EYE17 Planning Team is excited to welcome your delegation to Oklahoma. We are committed to praying that your travel is smooth and that you arrive safely on Monday, July 10. Regardless of your arrival time, the Diocese of Oklahoma will have a team of volunteers prepared to greet you at the airport or on campus at the University of Central Oklahoma.

We will be prepared to check-in your delegation at the Registration Desk beginning at 1 pm on July 10. If you arrive prior to 1 pm, the Nigh University Center on central campus offers food, a coffee shop, and a bookstore where you can purchase lunch, relax, and explore. However, you will be responsible for your luggage as dorm rooms will not be ready prior to 1 pm. At 1 pm your Registrar or On-Site Contact may come to the Registration desk, which will be located in The Quad, to check-in. You will receive instructions at that time for reaching your dorm, as well as meal times and room assignments.

Airport Arrival Procedure

When you land, please call the Airport Hospitality Team at 405-343-0428 to let them know you have arrived. We need to know if you are coming straight out of security or if you are taking your time for bathrooms and food. Please note that there is no food available once you leave security and come to baggage claim.

Airport Hospitality Volunteers with EYE17 signs will be looking for you as you make your way to your plane’s assigned baggage claim. You will then be ushered to a shuttle bus that will bring you to campus where you will be greeted by a member of the On-Campus Hospitality Team. Your Registrar or On-Site Contact will be escorted off the bus to the Registration Desk to pick up materials and dorm assignments. The rest of the group will remain on the bus and with the luggage until they return with instructions. Dinner will be served according to the schedule received at check-in.

If you experience a flight delay, please call 405-343-0428 so we can rearrange shuttles accordingly.

Charter Bus/Personal Vehicle Arrival Procedure

Please arrive on campus using University Drive and following the attached Bus/Car Arrival Routes map. There will also be signs along University Drive to direct your driver to the location. You will then follow the same procedure as above for registration and luggage. 

If you are experiencing travel delays or find that you are lost, please call 405-343-0428.

Once You Arrive

Once on campus there will be optional activities to engage in and the Exhibit Hall will be open. Starting on Monday, we will staff an information desk at the Nigh University Center to help you with any questions or details.

There will be a mandatory meeting to review campus safety procedures and brief you about pastoral care for the event at 4 pm and again at 7 pm on July 10. At least two adults, including the Registrar or On-Site Contact, from each diocese (unless you only have one adult with your group) must attend this session. If your arrival time prevents your participation, the Dorm Crew will catch you up.

If you have any questions, please contact Wendy Johnson, EYE17 Event Coordinator, [email protected], 347-880-6512.

The EYE17 Planning Team is excited to welcome your delegation to Oklahoma. We are committed to praying that your travel is smooth and that you arrive safely on Monday, July 10. Regardless of your arrival time, the Diocese of Oklahoma will have a...