In order to keep up with the growth of our ministry and increase the number of people we are able to serve in the Edmond community, Turning Point Ministries is hiring a part-time Executive Director. Founded in 2008, Turning Point relied on a volunteer Board of Directors until a few years ago when we hired our first employee, a building superintendent. We are now at a point where the work exceeds what can be accomplished through a volunteer board. Please share with anyone you know that might be interested in the position. Applicants should thoughtfully read the job description and send a resume using the links below.
Turning Point Ministries is pleased to announce that this Sunday, August 4th, at 2 pm, we will hold another home dedication. Joy Usoh and family are the excited new homeowners. Turning Point home dedications include a meaningful blessing ceremony and light refreshments. Please join other supporters of Turning Point and us to bless their new home at 416 Victory Rd. The home is located in our Legacy Station neighborhood just west of Broadway between Thatcher and Edwards.
We will be holding volunteer days the last Saturday in January and the first Saturday in February. Please join our effort to build homes for modest income Edmond families. For more details or to sign up click the button below to go to the Sign Up page.
Potential home owners and those interested in seeing a home built by Turning Point Ministries are encouraged to stop by our open house tomorrow, January 6 from 1:30 – 3:00 p.m. This 1,234 square foot home is in the late stages of construction at 200 N. Walnut in Heritage Village off of Fretz between Danforth and 2nd Street. See this Home on Zillow.
Turning Point Ministries shares, along with the citizens of Edmond, in the loss of Mayor Charles Lamb. We extend our sincere condolences and prayers to his family. Mr. Lamb was instrumental in the City of Edmond’s involvement in bringing our neighborhoods Legacy Station and Heritage Village to fruition. He knew that the City of Edmond had talked a long time about helping with affordable housing and he was ready to make sure it happened — just one of the many legacies of service he leaves behind in our community. May God bless and comfort the family of Charles Lamb during this time of loss.