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Oakville High Baccalaureate service planned

Oakville High Baccalaureate service planned

Students from the senior class of Oakville High School will participate in a Baccalaureate service at 6 p.m. Sunday, May 15, at Faith Lutheran Church, 6101 Telegraph Road.

This all-faith Christian service provides an opportunity for the students to reflect upon their school careers, thank God for their accomplishments and celebrate with their family and friends during this special time in their lives, according to a news release. All participating seniors will wear their cap and gown. A reception will follow the ceremony at the church.

The theme of the candlelight service is “Surrender,” and will include many instrumental and vocal selections performed by Oakville senior class members.

Seniors also will present reflections and Scripture readings.

The Baccalaureate service is open to all Oakville High graduating seniors, their families and the public. For reservations, call (314) 550-2127 or (314) 210-5429.

Oakville High Baccalaureate Service planned

Students from the senior class of Oak-ville High School will participate in a Baccalaureate Service at 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 22, at Faith Lutheran Church, 6101 Telegraph Road.

This all-faith celebration service provides an opportunity for the students to reflect upon their school careers, thank God for their accomplishments and celebrate with their family and friends during this special time in their lives. A reception will follow the ceremony at the church.

The theme of the candlelight service is “God Is Our Strong Tower.” The service will feature instrumental and vocal selections performed by Oakville senior class members. Senior students also will present reflections and Scripture readings.

The Baccalaureate Service is open to all Oakville High graduating seniors, their families and the public. For reservations, call (314) 846-0881 or (314) 846-3662.

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