Sunday Morning Services
8:30-10:00 & 10:30-12:00
4517 E 91st Street, Tulsa, 74137
We are located on the south side of 91st Street, between Yale and Sheridan, next to Hunter Park.
It is best to arrive 10 minutes prior to the start of the service to provide adequate time to park and find a seat. If you have children, you will need to allow an additional five minutes to check them into their classroom.
PARKING & ENTRANCES
The main worship center is located in the first building to your right as you enter the parking lot. Visitor parking is available in front of the Worship Center entrance. Children's classes are located in the Learning Center building on the southeast side of the campus. You can enter through the covered parking on the east side. Visitor parking is also provided along the curb just south of that entrance.
Both services feature the same music and teaching and begin with a time of praise and worship to God through song and scripture. A long-time tradition at FBC is our coffee break between praise & worship and the teaching time. It is an opportunity to meet our guests, meet someone we don't know yet, or to greet anyone we bump into.
We offer classes for kids birth through Senior High on Sunday Morning. Select the link for more information.
Birth through Kindergarten - meet during the worship and teaching times for both services
1st through 4th Grade - Meet during the worship and teaching times of both services on the 1st, 3rd and 4th Sundays
of the month; Attend worship with parents for both services on the 2nd and 5th Sundays of each month and go
to classes during the coffee break
Students - 5th Grade through High School
basement following the coffee break
Junior High Foundation - begin in the worship service for praise and worship for both services and meet in the Student
Center after the coffee break
Senior High Fusion - begin in the worship service for praise and worship for both services and meet in the Student
Center after coffee break
We enjoy a variety of opportunities in which to glorify God through the use of music in corporate worship. Rather than emphasizing any given style or tradition, we seek to employ stylistic diversity where we can do so authentically, given the makeup of our congregation and musicians. In selecting music for use in corporate worship, we seek to employ the finest content from both historic and recent compositions, focusing on the theological richness of the lyrics combined with the opportunity for Godís people to respond to Him passionately and expressively through both lyrics and music.
Whether you like to wear a three piece suit ó or if you prefer shorts, T-shirt and tennis shoes ó you will probably find someone else dressed in similar attire. We strive to provide a comfortable and relaxed environment for all people to worship and learn.