In a recent Streetscape project in downtown Arkadelphia, WOPU purchased a brick to be laid in the sidewalk bordering a Main St. park along with other merchants and citizens wishing to be remembered.
Some of our WOPU members gathered after a year of separation due to COVID-19 at the Spring Women’s Seminar for lunch to reconnect and recommit to prayer and saving the next generation.
Glenwood WOPU leader, Chris Bishop was called into a special meeting at the Caddo Hills school, Wednesday, June 30th. She was met by Superintendent Owens and Elementary school Principal Ms. Stevens along with others to honor her with a gift of appreciation for her...
Arkadelphia Women of Prayer held 12 hour prayer vigil on November 3rd, Election Day. Pastors, Sunday School Teachers and concerned citizens dropped in on the hour to join in prayer over the 2020 elections.
Pamela Magnuson has answered the call to leadership by uniting in prayer over her city with Women of Prayer United.
Laurie Passero has moved to Hawai, and she is taking WOPU with her!