- How long is the service? Sunday morning services start at 10 am and typically end around 11:30am. We are a bit flexible, so sometimes it's a little shorter and a little longer. The service typically is about 90 min.
- What about kids? We have All Nations Kids for ages 18 months through Elementary School. Grades 3 - 5 stay in the service for worship and then go to All Nations kids.
- What’s the service like? Our service is informal, with contemporary music as well as hymns. We kind of sing anything from the newest songs, to some of the oldie but a goodie songs, and modern as well as time tested hymns. When you first arrive, don't be surprised to not find a greeter, but instead, a family that loves to welcome new people and get to know them. We are a community of people that want you to know our names and we want to know yours. We consider the fellowship before and after the service just as important as what happens in between. We don't have a heavy program we need to get through, but keep it simple and keep space for us to pause in God's presence during worship and after the sermon to reflect and listen to the Holy Spirit. We celebrate communion every Sunday. We look forward to meeting you!
- How do people normally dress? We dress quite casually. One of the guys on our teaching team seems to enjoy preaching in shorts no matter what the weather is outside! :-D
- Temporary COVID - 19 guidelines Until the CDC and the Tulsa Health Department gives the all clear, we are requiring everyone that enters the building to wear a mask, with the exception of kids under 5. Those ministering from the front will temporarily have their masks off, but as soon as they sit down or mingle, will put their masks back on. We are asking everyone to observe social distancing. We also have hand sanitizer throughout the building. We normally love to have coffee and snacks, but until the pandemic passes, we have temporarily stopped doing that. We so look forward to when we can have it back again! We abide by these guidelines so that we can worship together safely and consider those vulnerable around us whose health may be severely compromised if they contract COVID-19. This is one way we can love one another and our neighbors.
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