CHURCH PLANTS

A Kingdom vision reaching beyond our local address


Sharing Jesus using good deeds & good news, bringing vibrant new churches to neighborhoods around the city and across the globe.

CAPITOL HILL CHURCH OF CHRIST


Capitol Hill Church of Christ first began serving the inner city population of Oklahoma City in the 1990s, and Memorial Road started serving the congregation in 2004. The congregation provides opportunities for spiritual development through weekly worship services, Bible classes, and personal Bible studies, for relational development through strong adult, youth, and children’s programs and for physical needs with food and clothing. You can learn more about our work at Capitol Hill through our Inner City.

CHURCH OF CHRIST AT OAKDALE


The Church of Christ at Oakdale meets in the Oakdale neighborhood of the OKC metro area East of I-35, serving a growing part of the city. Oakdale’s first worship gathering occurred on October 10, 2010, inside the Oakdale School. You can learn more about Oakdale at their website.

SERVE MIDTOWN CHURCH: A CHURCH OF CHRIST


Serve Midtown Church: A Church of Christ began meeting in July 2017 with a small group comprised primarily of young adults. The group meets in the Midtown district of Oklahoma City. The church’s goal is to reach out to the young Midtown community, being a light to those who need it. You can learn more about this church plant at their website.

HERITAGE CHURCH OF CHRIST


The Heritage Church of Christ is our newest church plant. They began meeting in January 2018 at  Memorial Road’s Summit building. They are now meeting at the Heritage Elementary School every Sunday. Heritage is focused on North Edmond, a quickly growing area of Edmond that is becoming its own community within the city. Heritage’s future home will be located off N. Broadway, just south of Sorghum Mill Road, where they own 9 1/2 acres next to the Twin Bridges neighborhood and close to the Heritage Elementary School (400 E Sorghum Mill Rd, Edmond, OK 73034 ) where they currently meet. You can learn more about Heritage at their website.