new time & new location

How do we visit, find out more, and get plugged in at Sojourn?

3 Opportunities

1. SOJOURN GATHERINGS (Worship Service)


3. RELATIONSHIPS (Soul Care/Disciple-Making)

1. SOJOURN GATHERINGS (Worship Services)

When: Sunday ~ 10:30 AM (This New Time Begins April 14th)  

[ Sojourn Kids: Classes Birth--7 yrs old]

Where? METRO CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 6363 S Trenton Avenue, Tulsa OK 74136  (You MUST enter from 61st Street—turn south on to Trenton Ave—and enter through the gates at Metro Christian Academy. Look for signs and flags on 61st Street for the turn onto Trenton Ave.)

What Time?  10:30 AM

Children's Classes?  Yes--Sojourn Kids! We have children's classes for all children from birth through 7 years old that are safe and interactive, with a Bible lesson, snack, and craft. 

2. GOSPEL COMMUNITIES (Small Groups) We just launched a new group in Mid-Town Tulsa! We have GC’s in south and mid Tulsa.

Our goal is to create grace-oriented, gospel communities where people can relax, get to know one another, and discuss how to apply God’s word in our lives.

Mid-Town Gospel Community: Wednesday Nights

  • 6:30 -- GC Starts and goes til around 8:00.

  • Pack House:   7309 E 65th St, Tulsa OK 74133

  • Mills House:  5610 S Columbia Ave, Tulsa OK 74105

  • We rotate between these homes in Mid-Tulsa.

South County Gospel Community: Sunday Nights

  • 5:00 — Meal Together (Come and join us!)

  • 6:15 — GC Starts and goes til about 7:45.

  • Lynch House:  14337 S 53rd East Ave, Bixby OK 74008 

  • Behles House: 12543 S 71st East Ave, Bixby OK 74008

  • Wallace House: 13330 Kevin Lane, Sapulpa, OK

  • We rotate between these homes in South County.


3. RELATIONSHIPS: Meet us for coffee, lunch or dinner! We eventually want to see people plugged into our local body through small groups, life-on-life disciple-making, and worship services. But that can be quite intimidating for new people. That's why we would like to get to know you over dinner, lunch, or coffee together. You can ask questions and get to know us and what we desire to see happen here in our city and abroad. 



Is Sojourn a house church?

Answer: No.

We launched weekly Sunday worship services (Sojourn Gatherings) in October of 2018. We took several months meeting in homes, establishing DNA, theological vision and mission, and deeper relationships.

We see in the Scriptures that the church gathered for worship/preaching of God’s word/prayer/baptism/Lord’s Supper, and that the church scattered and met “house to house” further discussing and applying God’s word, as they developed relationships of care.

We chose to launch Sojourn by starting in the homes of our people to have clarity of Identity and Mission. That means learning to corporately express our love for God, to love one another well (Matt. 22:37-40; John 13:34-35), and to create the future missional DNA of our church together (Matt. 28:18-20; 1 Pet. 2:9-12). We've focused on the gospel, the Bible, prayer, relationships, community, mission, and the New Testament's depiction of the essence of what a church is supposed to live out (Acts 2:42-47, 4:32-35; 2 Cor. 5:17-21; Phil. 2:1-5). 


When and Where do the people of Sojourn meet now?

  • Worship: Sunday Mornings at 10:30 AM (Called Sojourn Gatherings--Childcare included)

  • Gospel Communities: (Small Groups) Sunday Night (South County)

    5:00 Meal and 6:15 Bible Discussion

    Wednesday Night (Mid-Town)

    6:30 Bible Discussion

Please contact us to find out which home each month. 

  • Lynch Home: 14337 S 53rd East Ave, Bixby, OK

  • Pack Home: 7309 E 65th St. Tulsa, OK

  • Wallace Home: 13330 Kevin Lane, Sapulpa, OK

  • Mills Home: 5610 S Columbia Ave, Tulsa, OK

  • Behles House: 12543 S 71st East Ave, Bixby OK


Church "Gathered"  &  Church "Scattered"

So, although we currently meet in homes--we believe strongly in the "church gathered" for worship, preaching, edification, equipping, the Lord's Supper, and Baptism. The "church gathered" will also be our Worship Gatherings in the future. 

We also have strong convictions about the "church scattered," where the individual and corporate body of Christ "are the church," living out gospel intentionality through service, life-on-life disciple-making, and evangelism in all areas of the community where people live and work and play.  This includes our Gospel Communities (mobilized small groups).