“Every church can and must become a church for its particular city - whether that city is a great metropolis, a university town, or a village.”

-Timothy Keller

We love the city of Tulsa and want to see it flourish as the gospel brings renewal! There are several ways you can get involved with us to serve Tulsa and its people.

Local Ministry Partners

City of Hope

City of Hope is a ministry to the homeless population of Tulsa. They seek to identify, connect, equip, and follow through with homeless individuals seeking renewal.

Christ For Humanity

Christ For Humanity serves the low income segments of our community by providing food boxes, a clothing pantry, and outreach events.

CPC partners with CFH financially, we send groups to help pack food boxes on the first Saturday of every month, and we lead an outreach worship service at Inhoffe Plaza each month where the gospel is preached and we distribute food boxes to residents. We would love for you to join us!

Crossover Community Impact

Crossover Community Impact is a ministry of Crossover Bible Church, they serve North Tulsa through educational services, sports programs, economic and housing development programs and a health clinic.

CPC's Youth Group leads a Bible Camp for kids each years as a part of Crossover's Summer Ministry Program.

Helping Hands

Helping Hands provides a food pantry for Tulsans in need and temporary assistance paying bills, and providing perscriptions.

MEND Pregnancy Resource Center

Mend provides a variety of services for women including pregnancy testing, ultrasounds, educational services and options counseling.

Literacy Evangelism International

LEI seeks to share the gospel through literacy training and ESL programs.


We partner with Reformed University Fellowship at the University of Tulsa to minister to college students in our community.

Deacons and Mercy Team

Our deacons and Mercy team work tirelessly to care for the hurting and needy both inside and outside CPC. Our deacons are active in serving alongside and supporting the ministries listed above, they oversee our benevolence fund which goes to helping with particular needs of individuals in the community, and they serve the city through caring for our church property.

Church Planting

We believe the best way to serve our city is by expanding the reach of the church, the primary tool through which we pursue this goal is church planting. We seek to identify areas of need, find and equip church planters and lay leaders, and support the work of new churches through prayer, financial support, ministry partnership and sending our people out with new church plants.

We are currently working with and supporting Hope Church Bartlesville and New City Fellowship Tulsa.