Located in Tulsa, Oklahoma

Experience the life God designed you to have.

The Kirk is a grace-filled place to find connection with God, community with others, and your calling to serve.

Connect with God in worship.

This is your opportunity to learn more about who we are and our unique expression of worship.

Find community with others.

Through small groups, you will be able to connect with others and share life together.

Discover ways to serve.

By serving others, you will learn more about who God created you to be.

4102 East 61st Street, Tulsa, OK.

Sundays at The Kirk

Traditional Worship
9:00 a.m.

Contemporary Worship
10:30 a.m.

Life is busy.

Make the most of it.

We understand how busy life can be and know you’re trying really hard to balance everything on your plate. There’s so much going on and quite frankly, we all feel like we’re stretched a little too thin.

But to experience the life God has for us, we need to be in relationship with God and with other people. For several generations, The Kirk has been helping people just like you grow in their faith and get the most out of life. 

We don’t want you to miss out on the life you were designed to have. You’re invited to join us this weekend to start becoming the person you were created to be.

Featured Events

Februay 26 | 6:30 p.m.

Ash Wednesday Service

We will have an Ash Wednesday worship service on Wednesday, February 26, at 6:30 p.m. This beautiful service will blend elements of both Traditional and Contemporary worship. There will be an opportunity to be marked with ash and receive communion. This service will also kick off our next sermon series that we are calling, Jars of Clay. To learn more, please click here to watch a short video.


February 26  | 6:30 p.m.

Jars of Clay Sermon Series

Our next sermon series, Jars of Clay, will begin Wednesday, February 26. This series will feature stories of people from different parts of the Bible whose brokenness is put on full display only to be followed by corresponding stories of redemption. Join us for this season of Lent as we reflect on our own brokenness and look for ways that God is bringing redemption into our lives through the power of gospel.