Welcome to First.
The church family of First Baptist Tulsa invites you to fellowship and worship God with us. We offer two services every Sunday at 8:30 and 11:00 a.m.. We also offer dynamic LIFE Groups and classes for your entire family at 9:45 a.m.
On this page you will find a Campus Walkthrough and FAQs. Once you arrive on our campus, please stop by the Welcome Desk at the Detroit Entrance and let one of our friendly Guest Services representatives escort you to your choice of services.
We look forward to having you join us!
Worship at First.
A relaxed atmosphere for worship with upbeat music provided by a house band, including drums, guitar and a vocal band. Service is interpreted for hearing impaired using American Sign Language.
A full choir dressed in robes, an organ and an orchestra help lead worship in a more traditional atmosphere. Service is interpreted for hearing impaired using American Sign Language.
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Community at First.
Knowing Jesus and learning what it means to follow Jesus is a transforming – life-changing – experience. We have classes, activities, small groups and events for adults of all stages of life.
Children & Preschool
Sunday School classes, activities and events are offered each week for babies through 6th grade. For more information, call 918.594.5028 or visit our calendar for details on upcoming events
Our goal is to help students begin and grow a deepening relationship with Jesus Christ, by providing weekly and yearly programming that is both engaging and purposeful.
Serving Ministries at First.
Downtown & South Campus
Our Caring Centers serve people from all walks of life including the temporarily and chronically homeless, needy families, single adults and children.
& Community Events
We proudly work with 5 partner schools in the Tulsa Metro Area serving the faculty, students and their families.
Local & Global Partnerships
We maintain a strong commitment to mission work and missionaries from within our own denomination, as well as with several partners who are working actively in places where Southern Baptists may not yet be present.