If you are looking for a church where you can feel loved and appreciated, then Red Fork Assembly of God is the place for you. We have a diverse and loving congregation that cares for everyone. We invite you to come and experience the feeling of a small yet growing group of non-judgmental believers. Once inside you will find many exciting ministries that reach out to a hurting world.
We firmly believe in the "Great Commission" that tells us: to go into all the world and share the Gospel with everyone; to fellowship with one another, to make disciples, and to become imitators of Jesus. We are determined to take the Gospel outside the church walls. Our outreach teams are making great strides in accomplishing what God has called us all to do: "Go forth and tell everyone about Jesus."
God is moving in these last days. You will find God in every church service: from Wednesday morning prayer meeting, Wednesday's evening Bible Study, Youth services and children's church, and fellowship times.
On Sunday, our morning service has an evangelistic flavor, with praise and worship services that rivals any church. On Wednesday nights we focus on teaching and learning, so that the congregation may grow closer to God and understand their role in the Christian faith.
No matter what you are looking for, the most important thing is to find Jesus. Come and find Jesus where we are shining His light into a darkened world.
Pastor Tony Penn
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Red Fork Assembly of God Church
4241 South 37th West Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74107
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