We are committed to making a difference in our local community. We seek to do this through five main efforts.
We are joining forces with Family Promise of Tulsa County to end homelessness – one family at a time. Our church has undertaken the responsibility and commitment to become one of 13 “host congregations” in the Tulsa area. To learn more about Family Promise of Tulsa County and their mission, visit and explore their website, and/or visit their FB page.
Currently, Family Promise of Tulsa is in the process of renovating their day home, the Family Promise Center. Click here to view the project list and find a place to serve!
“It takes a village” – our time has come!
The mission of Owasso Community Resources is to build a strong community by helping Owasso and Collinsville residents in need through investing in one life at a time. We participate in their annual school supply drive, Thanksgiving baskets, and the Giving Tree program.
We sponsor an apartment at the Exodus House in Tulsa which involves furnishing the apartment and supporting the resident while they make the transition from prison back into society.
Restore Hope restores families in crisis to economic and spiritual vitality. They offer rental assistance and food assistance, as well as a chapel service. For more information on Restore Hope, please visit restorehope.org.
We have a community food pantry that is open from 9a-12p Monday through Friday. Individuals or families may receive assistance with food once a month.
We offer assistance for those needing help with utility bills from 9a-3p every Monday through Thursday, and from 9a-12p on Fridays. We are also able to help with some limited rental assistance in coordination with Owasso Community Resources and other local churches.
Whether mission is local or global, it is done more effectively when we develop partnerships and relationships with the communities and people we go to serve with.
Our church sends a team to Mexico each year on Spring Break. We partner with a ministry in Rio Bravo called Manos Juntas (“hands together”). Our efforts there include the construction of “casitas” for families in need, and offering a relational presence to the neighborhood through Vacation Bible School.
Each year, we send church members to Bolivia to help with construction projects and train local pastors and musicians in worship/liturgy. We are also involved with Engineers in Action providing clean water, sanitation and irrigation to the residents of Bolivia.