Dear Antioch Family and Friends,

As you know, COVID-19 cases continue to surge throughout Tulsa. For the utmost safety and care for you, we will have virtual services beginning this Sunday for the next few weeks. 

Through much prayer, consultation and ultimately guidance from the Holy Spirit, this decision was made to protect the health of our congregation so we can return as soon as possible to in-person worship services. While we will offer virtual services for the next few weeks, we will reassess each week for safe re-entry into the Church for in-person services. During this time of virtual services, Bible Study and Sunday School we will remain on Zoom, and the link for Sunday morning worship service will be sent at 10:20 a.m. Please check your emails, phones, Facebook, and the church website for weekly updates. 

Please do all you can to protect your health. I want to encourage those who have not been vaccinated to consider getting the vaccine. If you have been fully vaccinated, but not gotten the booster, please do so.  Although the vaccine may not prevent you from getting COVID, it is preventing serious illness and hospitalizations.  The vaccines work. During these times, please remain safe. Wear your mask. Practice social distancing. Wash your hands and encourage loved ones to do the same. This is not the time to become relaxed. COVID-19 is a serious threat, and we must do all we can to protect ourselves and each other. 

For daily business needs, the church will remain open during office hours and the staff will be at the church and available Monday - Thursday from 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. You are welcome to come to the church for prayer, to handle church business, or discuss other concerns or needs.  

We are here for you. Things will get better. We must have the audacity to hope that things will get better and we must not waiver.  "Let's stay strong, not give up for your work will be rewarded.” (2 Chronicles 15:7

God is with us!)


I love you and I am always praying for you.  


~Pastor Marla