Ascension St. John to “Light Up the Sky” Tuesday evening in support of healthcare works and first responders

On Tuesday, September 14, Ascension St. John will join other health systems, businesses, and churches throughout the region for “Light Up the Sky,” a tribute to our healthcare workers and first responders, according to a press release.

All Ascension St. John associates, providers, affiliates, and volunteers are invited to our outdoor prayer services for healthcare workers and first responders, to be held at each Ascension St. John hospital at 8 p.m. September 14.

According to the press release, Ascension St. John in Sapulpa will have luminarias (which include flyers that can be placed in a window of your home, business or vehicle), blue ribbons, and glow sticks for community members to take home. Luminaria bags, with glow sticks inside, will be placed on sidewalks at the ceremonies. Local churches will play music at many locations. During the prayer service, we will have a moment of silence to honor the lives of those lost to COVID-19.

Ascension St. John Sapulpa

Location: Parking lot in front of the emergency room
Scheduled Speakers: Mike Christian, President, Ascension St. John Sapulpa, or Nate Paris, Chief Nursing Officer, Ascension St. John Sapulpa; Fr. Louis Obirieze, Sacred Heart Catholic Church
Music: Sacred Heart Catholic Church