Experience Tulsa Wesleyan Church
Sunday 9:45 AM Prayer Time
Sunday 10:45 AM Worship Service
Please remember social distancing.
There are TWO WAYS to join in the Worship Service. We are meeting at the church sanctuary for Worship at 10:45 AM on Sundays. Masks are optional. The Worship Service is also on the Tulsa Wesleyan Facebook page live at 10:45AM or available for you to participate in later.
Tithes, offerings, and Faith Promises can still be given(and gratefully received)! There are two ways to do this at present. 1) Mail them to Tulsa Wesleyan Church PO BOX 692034 Tulsa, OK. 74169 2) Place your offering in the Sanctuary Offering Plates during Worship Service
Thank You For Your Prayers and Financial Support!
A Message from our Pastor
Have you made any assumptions lately? Sometimes our assumptions turn out really good. They can be a life saver! Other times we might have to admit that what we assumed was true was not. Wrong assumptions can have varying results from amusing to embarrassing to deadly.
David Crowder, Christian singer/songwriter recently came out with a new song entitled "Good God Almighty". The song has a catchy chorus, but part of verse two wiggled its way into my brain and stuck. Here's that verse.
You say Your love goes on forever, that Your mercy never stops
So why would I assume You'd be somebody that You're not
Like sun in the morning, I know You're gonna be there every day
So what on earth could make me be afraid? (Afraid)
(Good God Almighty - David Crowder v. 2)
Specifically it is the second line that has been rolling around in my mind. Why would I assume that God would be somebody that He's not? It has challenged my thinking! Where am I getting my information about God? What faulty assumptions am I making about Him. Do I assume that He is unreliable from time to time? Can I trust God? Will I trust Him - in all things, with all things? Trust Him even if it baffles my human reasoning?
My conclusion? 1) God has the very best in mind for me. I can trust Him. I don't want any faulty assumptions here. 2) I have a lot of room to grow daily in this trust. Fortunately I am also given a lot of opportunity to grow daily in this area.
Helping people find meaning for LIFE & ETERNITY through Jesus Christ. By being a Church that will PRAY, WORSHIP, LOVE, REACH, & BUILD.
Here at Tulsa Wesleyan Church, we see the value in everyone. We want to be a catalyst for positive change since the Church was organized at present location in 1963, we’ve been driven by the same ideas we initially founded our Christian Organization upon support, empowerment, and progress. Learn more about our mission, our vision, and how we go about making the changes we want to see.
Mission and Beliefs
Our purpose is to help people find meaning for Life & Eternity through Jesus Christ by being a church that will Worship, Love, Pray, Reach & Build.
Wesleyans believe in one God, who is Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, and the Savior of all men and women who put their faith in Him alone for eternal life. We believe that those who receive new life in Christ are called to be holy in character and conduct, and can only live this way by being filled with the Lord’s Spirit. We believe in the Bible and seek to establish our faith and actions in its teaching. We believe God wills for people everywhere to know Him and that the purpose of the Church is to tell the world about Christ through its worship, witness, and loving deeds.
They are always opportunities to plug into the church & serve our community. Here are some ways:
TWC serves as a voting place. For major elections, we host a yummy bake sale.
Special Emphasis Projects
Each year at Thanksgiving & Christmas, TWC picks a local/global organization to support with a special offering. In the past, we’ve supported places like John 3:16, The Little Lighthouse, World Hope, & Global Partners Missionaries.
TWC supports missionaries who are serving all over the world. These missionaries not only spread God’s word, but supply medical treatment, train doctors, provide disaster relieve, teach English, and build relationships with the people they are serving.
"Great things are done by a series of small things brought together"