DOWNTOWN CAMPUS - 305 S. Detroit Ave., Tulsa, OK
We serve men, women and children who are under-resourced with in need of assistance.
MONDAY – THURSDAY
Clothing – 10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Clothing is available every 8 weeks with a US issued photo ID.
Food – 10:00 am to 11:30 am
Food is available every 4 weeks with a US issued photo ID and proof of residence.
Utility Assistance – Please call (918) 587-1571 on Mondays beginning at 8:30 am to schedule an appointment.
SOUTH CAMPUS - 6110 South 99th East Avenue, Tulsa, OK
We serve men, women and children who are under-resourced and in need of assistance.
MONDAY – FRIDAY (when school is in session)
Clothing – 9:00 to 11:00 am
Clothing is available every 4 weeks with a photo ID for each person receiving clothing.
We provide for the needs of students and teachers through back-to-school events, teacher appreciation and other special events throughout the school year. We are proud to partner with five area schools:
- Tulsa Springdale Elementary
- Tulsa Anderson Elementary
- Union Grove Elementary
- Union 6/7 Center
- Sand Springs Garfield Elementary
English as a Second Language
Classes are held one night a week and are free and open to the public. Our teachers are certified through the North American Mission board to teach English. We provide classes in three levels:
Call (918) 594-5073 or send an email for more information.
Local Mission Partners
First Baptist Church partners with many local ministries in a variety of areas to minister to all people and share the love of Christ. For more information or to volunteer with one of our mission partners, call (918) 594-5073.
DaySpring is Oklahoma’s first faith-based shelter for domestic violence victims and their children as well as adult victims of human sex trafficking. Their mission is provide physical and emotional Christ-like care care to enable women and their children to live God honoring lives. Their programs help transform victims into vibrant survivors.
This volunteer ministry deliver nutritious meals and Christian interaction to elderly and homebound residents in the northwest area of Tulsa. Supporting the homebound improves their health while maintaining their independence, integrity and well-being.
John 3:16 reclaims lives and restores hope to the homeless and at-risk men, women, and children through search and rescue of the homeless, safe shelters, recovery programs, and food and clothing assistance.
Hannah’s Hope offers families who have experienced pregnancy loss a way to find comfort, support, and tangible resources to help in the grieving process. Women who lose babies not only grieve the life lost, but also grieve the loss of hope and plans. Hannah’s Hoe helps grieving women by pairing the burden of grief with the hope of Christ.
The mission of Oklahoma Baptist Home for Children is to demonstrate God’s love by providing hope through empowering children and their families to follow Christ. The Owasso campus is one of four in the state that provides a safe and structured family style environment for children that need out of home placement. Their ministries include the Hope Pregnancy Center in Tulsa, LifeWise, and One Such Child foster care program.
The name Arubah is a Hebrew word meaning restoration of sound health. This captures their mission to provide quality care with dignity and to restore the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health of those under-insured or unable to obtain healthcare. Located in Collinsville, Arubah serves many in NE Oklahoma. Their vision is to develop a community where health and hope are restored to those unable to obtain healthcare. The clinic exists to be a living illustration of the Gospel.
Prison Discipleship works in jails and prisons throughout the state of Oklahoma to reach, teach and build disciples through Bible Study and individual counseling.
HIA exists to radically change the lives of those struggling with addiction and those who love them. They provide safe and structured living environments for both men and women in Tulsa, Oklahoma City, Wichita and Charlotte. In these homes the focus is leadership development, service work, intentional mentoring, spiritual growth and family development. They strive for recovery and restoration for all their residents.
Rising Village seeks to serve the economic, educational and social needs of refugee and immigrant women resettled in the Tulsa area by providing skills training, life skills support and economic opportunities. Sewing classes meet once a week where ladies can learn skills, relationship building and social interaction that is English based.