Grace Community Church

Reform Minded, Preaching Centered, Discipleship Driven

Reform Minded
Preaching Centered
and Discipleship Driven

More than a clever slogan for us, this is a brief statement that reminds us of what we want to be and do for the glory of God. We welcome you to join us on this journey, as God works in our hearts to make us more and more like our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

Grace Community Church of Tulsa

We are a Preaching Centered Local Church

The New Testament church of the scriptures, as well as the early Reformers of the Reformation Era believed that God speaks primarily through His preached Word when the people of God assemble together to hear from Him. They saw this as the primary means the Spirit uses to educate and motivate the saints to live God-centered lives and reach out to win the lost for His Kingdom.

In the same way, Grace Community Church of Tulsa is dedicated to gathering together on a regular basis to hear the sequential verse-by-verse preaching of the Old and New Testament, by men who have studied and prepared to explain more fully the Bible and the glorious truths contained therein. The goal is that of changing lives for the glory of God.

GCC of Tulsa has two full time experienced Pastors. These men share the teaching and preaching responsibilities, as well as providing shepherding to the congregation. Both are graduates of The Master's Seminary in Sun Valley, California. While we share the same name, we are not formally connected with Grace Community Church where John MacArthur, Jr. is Pastor. However, both of our Pastors do share the same deep convictions as John MacArthur, their former Pastor, and the church where he pastors in California.

Our Bible Studies

Please check out these links for more information and audio files from our Mid-Week Bible Studies:

Men with the Master
Women with the Master


Grace Community Church
19214 E. 91st St
Broken Arrow, OK 74012

(918) 695-0832

We are located on the
SW Corner of 91st & 193rd in Broken Arrow, OK

 

Worship Times

Sunday School: 9:30 am
Sunday Morning: 10:40 am
Sunday Evening: 6:00 pm
Mid-Week Tuesday: 7:00 pm

 

Links of Interest:

The Master's Seminary