Located in Tulsa, Oklahoma
A Christ-Centered community FOR you, FOR Tulsa, and FOR the world.
The world is broken.
But we have good news.
There is something deeply wrong with the world. We are not living in right relationships with our neighbors or our Creator. The Bible calls this problem sin, a term which describes anything that is contrary to God’s perfect design for human flourishing.
The good news is that God has done something about this overwhelmingly destructive problem. He sent his son, Jesus Christ, to the earth to live the life that none of us could live, and die the death we all deserved. His sacrificial death pays the penalty for our sins and opens us up to a new way of living. It puts us back in a healthy community with others and restores our relationship with God.
This new community is called the church, a grace-filled place for all kinds of people with a shared mission to spread the good news about Jesus. Whether your posture toward Jesus is cautious, curious, or committed, we welcome you to be part of us!
The Gospel is good news for all ages.
Birth – Pre-K
Kindergarten – 5th Grade
6th – 12th Grade
College – 20’s
Current Sermon Series
Our faith in Jesus Christ is the most precious thing we have; therefore, it is worth fighting for. The battle, both internal and external, calls us to persevere through every challenge which causes us to drift. The book of Jude calls and encourages us to keep fighting the good fight, for our souls are worth fighting for. Join us for this sermon series at either 9:00 (Traditional) or 10:30 (Modern).
Considering The Kirk?
This three-week class will teach you about the vision, mission, values, and strategy of our church. You will learn about what we believe and how you can connect with the life and mission of our church. The next Considering The Kirk class will be held April 16-30, at either 9:00 AM or 10:30 AM. This allows participants to be able to attend one of our worship services during the other hour.
Holy Week at The Kirk
We hope to see you at The Kirk for any, or all, of our services during Holy Week. Childcare for children 2 and under will be provided at all services (with the exception of the 8:00 service on Easter).
Palm Sunday – 9:00 AM (Traditional), 10:30 AM (Modern)
Maundy Thursday – 6:00 PM
Good Friday – 6:00 PM
Easter Sunday – 8:00 & 9:30 AM (Traditional), 11:00 AM (Modern)
Finding Hope Support Group
Finding Hope is a support group for loved ones of addicts. Everyone is welcome to attend! It is an ongoing program, so it is open to new attendees each meeting. If you know of anyone that is in need of a support group like this, please pass this information along. Meetings are held the second and fourth Wednesday of the month from 6:30-8:00 PM in The Kirk Library. If you have any questions regarding Finding Hope, contact Jera Holder.
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Aaron Elmore - March 19, 2023
Scripture References: Jude 5:1-16
From Series: "Worth Fighting For"
Our faith in Jesus Christ is the most precious thing we have; therefore, it is worth fighting for. The battle, both internal and external, calls us to persevere through every challenge which causes us to drift. The book of Jude calls and encourages us to keep fighting the good fight, for our souls are worth fighting for.
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Communion with God
This is your opportunity to learn more about who we are and our unique expression of worship.
Community with Others
Through small groups, you will be able to connect with others and share life together.
A Calling to Serve
By serving others, you will learn more about who God created you to be.
A Commission to Go
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4102 East 61st Street, Tulsa, OK.
Sundays at The Kirk
Worship Service Times (In-Person or Online):
Traditional Worship @ 9:00 a.m.
Modern Worship @ 10:30 a.m.
Services can be found online at https://thekirk.online.church/.