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Sending Hope to Couples Experiencing Pregnancy Loss

October is National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month. Each year over 1 million pregnancies end in either miscarriage or stillbirth in the U.S. alone. Many families who endure pregnancy loss are unaware of how common their situation is and would benefit from more information about the growing number of resources available to help them…


Fall Fun Festival on October 25

Our annual Fall Fun Festival will be held on October 25 from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. at our downtown campus. Detroit Avenue between 4th and 5th Streets will be closed in order to accommodate the activities held outdoors. The main entrance will be at the corner of 4th and Detroit.   50 cars will be lined…


Check Out October “Hot Jobs” – Serving Needs!

If you are looking for the perfect place to get plugged in at FBC Tulsa, take a look at our greatest volunteer needs for the month of October. Currently there are several places in and around FBC to plug in and help meet needs. Opportunities abound from volunteering at the Caring Center South, to preschool and boundless ministries,…


Current Teaching Series Includes Book Study – Order Your Copy Today!

On Sunday, September 14 Deron began a new Teaching Series entitled, “Picture This.” It is based on a book he came across this summer, “I Have Called You Friends” by Fisher Humphreys, a retired theology professor at Beeson Divinity School. Deron is encouraging members to read 1 chapter a week in preparation for the message…


Deron Quoted in the Tulsa World

While Monday’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling legalizes same-sex marriage in Oklahoma, it does not affect how some denominations view the issue. In today’s Tulsa World, Tulsa-area church leaders address how the ruling impacts their churches, including First Baptist Tulsa. From Bill Sherman’s article (Oct. 8, 2014): “The Rev. Deron Spoo, pastor of First Baptist Church downtown, said…

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