Churches in the neighborhood of Eugene Field Elementary School will host a community picnic from 11:00 am to 1 pm at the West Mabee Boys and Girls Club featuring free hot dogs, family and children’s games, and information about services offered by each church.

Shuttles will also run to and from The Route 66 Association Bunion Run. For more information, please contact Marilyn Rogers of Southwest Nazarene Church, Coordinator for the West Tulsa churches by email at unlimtedgrace4u@yahoo.com or phone at 918.584.4635

How can your church help?

Join churches who are joining forces and working with the City of Tulsa Task Force to host a Block Party for the community in and around Peoria & 61st Street. Churches will aid in promoting in advance of the event by distributing fliers and posters in the neighborhood, hosting/co-hosting booths focusing on children and family activities, interacting with neighbors and with clean up afterwards. The block party is scheduled to run from 10-2.

For more information, email Unite My City. Be sure to specify “P61 serve my location” in the subject line, and specify both your church name and contact in the body of the email.

Calling all intercessors! Calling all believers! Join us for a power-packed 4 day prayer experience in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Prayer Power Ministries invites you to A Gathering of Prayer 2014.

This one-of-a-kind conference has been uniquely designed to incorporate relevant teaching, dynamic ministry, as well as powerful times of corporate worship, praise, and corporate prayer. Those in attendance will receive from an elect team of seasoned ministry gifts, as it pertains to the importance of prayer in the life of a believer.

This year’s conference speakers include: Conference Host, Dexter Sullivan (Tulsa House of Prayer, Tulsa, OK), Dr. Billye Brim (Prayer Mountain in the Ozark, Branson, MO), Pastor Lynne Hammond (Living Word Christian Center, Brooklyn Park, MN), Pastor Paul Brady (Living Rivers USA, Tulsa, OK), and Pastors Tommy and Brenda Todd (Gapstanders International, Tulsa, OK).

Conference sessions will convene at 10AM, 12 Noon, and again at 7PM. Sessions will include powerful prayer, dynamic teaching, and powerful praise and worship. This is a conference you don’t want to miss! Save the dates now, and plan to join us in Tulsa this October, 1-4.

What? theCollective Disciple Now: An experiment for grassroots radicals
“South Tulsa Metro Area Super Summer DNOW”
What if instead of doing something “big” we did something radical? What if instead of pooling all of our monies, resources, and efforts we strategized a kind of engagement that would span church affiliations and social circles? The history of Discipleship-NOW (or DNOW or a Mid-Winter Localized Discipleship Retreat) is storied. Over twenty years ago a few churches in Texas decided that they didn’t want to wait around for a camp experience every summer to engage at a high level of discipleship with their students. So they created the first Discipleship Now Event (DNOW!). In the last ten years we have seen the rise of collaborative DNOW events that span neighborhoods and cities, vaulting in scale and connectivity. What then will this next decade hold for a discipleship effort aimed at student engagement and growth? Enter #theCollective.

Who the Collective?
2015 Partnering Churches:
FBC Jenks- Cody Brumley
Parkview Baptist Church- Tyson McIntyre
Southern Hills Baptist Church- Zac Workun
theGathering- Monica Bonilla
Canyon Road Baptist Church- Jeremy Coleman
Riverview Baptist Church- Josh White
SpiritLife Church- Trey Wideman

Why the Collective?
It is not about the scale of the event but the commitment to partnership and community. We want to broaden our students collective vision of what Church means. For both the communities that we serve and the greater unity of the Church we have worked tirelessly to plan this event. The goal of Common-Unity will be established through developing a series of events that stress the “middle ring” of socialization by specifically designing and tiering towards maturity. Bottom line we are reshuffling the kids up on purpose and in new places. The strength of our collective partnership will not only be in our numbers but also in our coordination. This weekend event represents a wide-scale coordination to achieve a multiplicity of events and weekends that strength the unity amongst our churches.

A one day seminar and networking workshop hosted by The Kirk for people and organizations working with the poor in the city of Tulsa.  Travis Hurley, from Ozark Christian College, and James Whitford, director of a Missouri rescue mission will present how over 90 organizations in the city of Joplin have successfully networked.  we invite you to join us as we roll up our sleeves and begin the work together on behalf of the needy in our community.

Please RSVP with Tracy Curato.

Every 2nd Saturday of the month, Asbury United Methodist Church hosts service projects across Tulsa that cross lines of every kind.  Churches are welcome to join in this effort to go out and minister the gospel by word and deed.  Church groups please touch base with the coordinator, (Betty Higgins 918.688.3246) to see how your church can become involved.

Organizations served include faith-based and community based ranging from an Assemblies of God Deaf Church, World Won’s EduRec Center, Victory Christian’s Food Bank, and everything in between.  Babies to great-grannies are welcome to come and serve.  Projects range in size and intensity and are held both inside and outside.

Participants gather in Asbury’s Venue 68 at 8:15 for a brief devotional and a chance to choose the project they wish to join.  Transportation leaves from The Venue by 9:00 am and returns by 12:00 pm. No tools are required to participate and everyone is welcome.  Participants complete paperwork on their first visit and simply sign in electronically on each subsequent visit.  Morning refreshments are available at check-in and bottled water is provided for everyone.

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Salsa De Mayo, is a family friendly fundraising event benefiting 111Tulsa.  Not only is the event a taste testing event, but also a family entertainment event, complete with piñatas, salsa dance lessons, inflatables, face painting, burrito eating contests, and more.  Salsa de Mayo also celebrates Foster Care and Adoption as a part of the National Foster Care Awareness month.  With up to 20 various organizations within the local foster care/adoptive community represented in the Salsa Arena, this event will be well worth your participation.

111Tulsa is a cross-denominational 501(c)3 organization whose purpose is to engage the local Church in foster care.  With over 1,600 children in foster care in the Tulsa area, the need for foster homes is a critical one.  Funds raised at this event will benefit 111Tulsa’s effort to inform and engage the local Church in addressing the need for foster families of Christian faith.

For complete information and to purchase tickets, visit the Salsa De Mayo page at 111Tulsa’s website. Tickets are $3.00 till May 1, $4.00 after May 1, and $5.00 at the door.  Children under 4 years of age are free.

A 1 mile walk to promote AWARENESS and RESPONSE to the needs of Oklahoma’s 11,000 plus foster children.

Bring a suitcase to pull or carry during the walk – symbolic of the many moves foster kids endure due to the shortage of foster homes.

New or used suitcases may be donated after the walk to Oklahoma’s foster kids, who often have only a trash bag to use for their personal belongings.

Though the Laura Dester Children’s Center may be scheduled to close in the coming months, children and teens are still in need of shoes and clothes while staying at the shelter.  One staff commented, “Our donations have dropped dramatically since the news of the closing, but the kids still need shoes and clothes.  Especially teen and adult sizes.  The kids still come in with very little.”  Donated items can be brought to the shelter on the day of the event – or any time!

Registration link for Walk A Mile, June 20, beginning at 9:00 am at the Laura Dester Children’s Center on Pine between Memorial and Sheridan.

Join with other churches for an exciting night of worship and prayer for our city and nation!

 Hosted by Believers Church with:

  • Access Church
  • Breakthrough Church
  • Jubilee Worship Center
  • SpiritLife Church
  • Destiny Center
  • Liberty World Outreach
  • Tulsa House of Prayer
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Thursday, May 5, 2016
11:30—1:00
Christ’s Chapel, ORU Campus

Join believers across America as we pray as one for our nation.

Bonnie Beedle: bbeedle@victory.com

This coming May, our nation will celebrate the annual National Day of Prayer on Thursday, May 5, from 11:30am-1:00pm in Christ’s Chapel at ORU.  Pastor Sharon Daugherty is serving as the coordinator with the assistance of Pastor Calvin Battle. This event is open to the public and prayers will be led by pastors and church leaders from around the area with a focus on our city, state and nation.
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