Broken Arrow Police are issuing a traffic advisory for Wednesday’s funeral service for the Reverend Kenneth Hagin.
About 15,000 people are expected to attend services for Hagin. He died Friday at the age of 86. Hagin moved here from Texas in 1966 and founded Rhema Bible Training Center in 1974.
The ministry now has 8,000, and is run by Hagin’s son and grandson.
Hagin’s services will begin at 12:30 PM Wednesday at Rhema, followed by a graveside service at Floral Haven Cemetery at around 2 PM.
Broken Arrow Police expect a 500-car processional and they’re asking drivers to avoid the area from 12 Noon until 4 PM if possible.
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