Announcing new resources for its congregation and the larger community, St. Paul AME Church seeks to spread the good news of Jesus Christ and encourage deeper faith among its congregation.
Visit https://www.stpaulamechurchtulsa.com/ for more information.
The new sermon page on the church website features video messages on a wide range of spiritual topics. Featured messages include “Holla for Help!”, “How to Destroy Your Giants” and “It is God’s Decision,” a meditation on the 37th Psalm led by senior pastor Rev. Dr. Winston Prescott.
St. Paul AME Church emphasizes its commitment to being a place that welcomes people from all walks of life in the name of Jesus Christ. The worship service begins at 11:30 AM on Sunday. The Apostle’s Creed and Nicene Creed may be read during the service, and praise to God is offered in song.
The church has launched several programs to give back to the local community in keeping with the teachings of Jesus Christ. For example, the Each One, Reach One Giving Campaign supports the procurement of after-school tutoring supplies, the building of a clothing pantry, a playground, and ministry among the youth.
Undergirded by Jesus Christ’s words, “It is more blessed to give than to receive,” the church’s giving programs support feeding the hungry, supplying clothing to those in need, and providing geriatric resources for the elderly.
For more information about giving programs, visit https://www.stpaulamechurchtulsa.com/giving/
St. Paul AME is located at 6308 E Apache St. in Tulsa and begins each Sunday with Sunday School at 10:30 AM, followed by the worship service at 11:30. Wednesday Bible Study is between 6:30 and 7 PM. St. Paul AME church was founded on the 8th of July, 1950, and is pastored by Rev. Dr. Winston Prescott, who is married to First Lady Delmon Prescott.
The church has set up the St. Paul Angel Tree to provide the youth of the church with Christmas gifts, echoing the hope that every person can find in Christ.
According to a spokesperson for the Christian AME church in Tulsa, “Whether you’ve been attending church for years or haven’t stepped into a sanctuary in decades, you’re welcome to join us. We desire to see God’s purpose fulfilled in St. Paul members, guests, and the Tulsa community as a whole.”
Visit https://www.stpaulamechurchtulsa.com/sermons/ to learn more.
St. Paul Tulsa
6308 East Apache Street
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