Faith Formation

Women’s Discipleship Small Groups (CCO) – If you are interested in joining a discipleship program or would like more information on discipleship or women’s programs, contact Micah Leydorf at evangelization@stfrancisokc.com or 405.596.8391.

Well Read Mom OKC – All women of the parish – moms or not, age 18+ are invited to join the Well-Read Mom Book Club.  We read a variety of genres and enjoy rich discussion and wonderful fellowship. Contact Merideth Ochs at merideth.miller89@gmail.com or 405.429.9898.  

Worship and Wine is a group that is focused on allowing moms of our parish an opportunity to gather together in order to pray, laugh, understand, communicate and support each other, as we manage our lives, our jobs, our children and our faith.  All women are welcome, but it is an adult only gathering. We serve wine, share our hearts, and encourage each other. We meet the first Tuesday of every month at 7:30pm in the Parish Hall.  Contact Chelsea Hicks at ckbhicks@gmail.com or 703.963.5862.

Coffee and Donuts – Available in the Parish Hall after the 8:30 a.m. Sunday Mas each weekend. Contact Lynn Cochran at secretary@stfrancisokc.com or 405.528.0485 to help host.

Ministry for Men – All men meet every Tuesday morning at 6am in the parish hall for coffee and discussion of a wide variety of topics pertaining to faith, prayer, masculinity, brotherhood, fatherhood, family life, suffering, sacramental life, spiritual warfare and marriage. No registration required – just show up!  Bring a friend, family member or co-worker. Contact Thorne Stallings at tstallings3@msn.com.  

Communion and Liberation (CL) is a Catholic lay movement that began in the 1950’s in Italy under the guidance of Fr. Luigi Guissani.  It is now present throughout the world, including here in OKC.  The movement focuses on the faith as lived, present experience, relevant to life’s needs.  The primary gesture of the Movement is a weekly meeting known as “School of Community,” in which a common text is read and discussed in the light of one’s own experience, thus verifying the Christian proposal and its capacity to respond to human needs in every aspect of reality.  It also helps us grow in Christian maturity.  CL meets Tuesday nights from 7:30-8:30 here at St. Francis in the Meerschaert House Library.  Saint Pope John Paul II formally approved the movement in the 1980s, and Pope Benedict XVI is a friend of the movement. Contact Merideth Ochs at merideth.miller89@gmail.com or 405.429.9898.