Full Circle is our new worship service offering a casual Sunday night worship experience especially for youth families and young adults. This service is driven by worship and small groups. Each week we cover a topic in conversation and prayer. This service is held in the youth worship room upstairs in the youth wing. Please join us as all are invited. Questions? Contact Ethan.
We will meet at the church at 9:30 a.m. to hear an in-depth informative presentation from representatives of Oklahoma Senior Law and our church Legacy Committee. As we head into the year end, it is helpful to know where we are going and what we need to do to best protect our limited funds. This is absolutely NOT designed to be a sales pitch in any way, but will be strictly informational. Following the presentation, those interested will hit Route 66, and the longest consecutively operating food establishment in our state (114 years)–Ike’s Chili, for a self-paid lunch. You may choose to skip the presentation, but you won’t want to miss the iconic Ike’s. Join us on Route 66 around 11:45 at the restaurant, 1503 E. 11th Street.
The Men’s Ministry breakfast will be Saturday, December 10th from 8:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. at Christ Methodist Church. Our speaker will be retired Senior Pastor from Friendship Baptist Church, Weldon Tisdale, Sr. Currently, Pastor Tisdale is serving as Chaplain at Trinity Woods Retirement Facility. He is the older brother of the late NBA star Wayman Tisdale. Weldon is a graduate of Booker T. Washington, Yale University, and SMU in Dallas and has an Honorary degree from Oral Roberts University. Please come and hear what he has to say to us. If you have any questions, you can reach Mark Knutson at 918-428-6083.
“Christmas on the Corner” is a church-wide, come-and-go open house fine arts festival, which will include mini-concerts featuring our own worship teams, instrumental recitals, school choirs, and performing groups. To celebrate the true Reason for the Season, the interior of the CUMC facility will be filled with artist demonstrations, crafts, and storytelling, while outdoor activities include One-Horse-Open-Sleigh Rides, and “Journey to Bethlehem” — a living nativity scene using actors and live animals. There are many volunteer opportunities to serve before, during, and after, to make this event successful for our midtown Tulsa community, as well as our entire church family.