About Us

If you want to learn more about us, you’re in the right place. Read on to learn who we are and what we’re about.

Who we are

Here’s the deal, Faith Fellowship Church cares about one thing more than anything else, Jesus Christ. Faith is a family of individuals that have found new life through Jesus, and simply want as many people as possible to experience that exact same freedom.

Where we come from

Faith Fellowship Church was started in 1973 by fourteen people. Those people imagined a church that was truly welcoming to everyone – where everyone had a seat at the table regardless of personal history, family background, ethnicity, or gender. A church that not only preached the gospel but lived it, supernaturally enabled to stand in any culture and advanced the Kingdom of God.

Where we're headed

What’s the bottom line? More than ever, Faith Fellowship Church is committed to helping individuals find new life through faith in Jesus Christ. A life that restores relationships. A life that rebuilds families. A life that repairs broken things. A life that resurrects the dead. A life that changes the deepest parts of who we are. The life of Jesus. As we move forward as a church family, we invite you into this journey to become truly committed followers of Christ.

What that means for you

What does this mean for you? Most importantly, you’re always welcome at Faith. We are saving a seat for you. Wherever you’re at in your faith journey, you’ll always be accepted as part of the Faith family.

Beyond that, if you’re ready to plan your first visit, click here. If you want to learn more about our beliefs as a church, just keep scrolling. Or if you’d simply like to get in touch with someone directly, call 918-371-2996.


His Word

The Bible is the inspired written Word of God, the product of holy men of old who spoke and wrote as they
were moved by the Holy Spirit. The New Covenant, as recorded in the New Testament, we accept as our infallible guide in matters of faith, conduct and doctrine. (2 Tim. 3:16 ; 1 Thess. 2:13 ; 2 Peter 1:21 )

Our God

The one true God showed as the eternally self-existent “I Am”, the Creator of heaven and earth, and the Redeemer, and Restorer of mankind. He further showed Himself as embodying the principles of relationship and association as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, also known as the Holy Trinity (Deut. 6:4 ; Isa 43:10-11 ; Matt 28:19 ; Lk 3:22 ).

Sin's Mark

Man was created good, with no sin in him, blameless before God and in right relationship with Him. However, by Adam’s voluntary transgression, man was forever marked by sin and incurred not only physical death, but spiritual death also. This death led to a broken relationship and eternal separation from God. (Gen 1:26, 27, 312:173:6-10Rom 3:235:12-14)

Man's Redemption

With man’s fall there was no hope of restoring the relationship with God, sins mark kept us separated. The only hope was to remove the mark, and that’s what Jesus came to do. Through His death, burial, and resurrection Jesus became the redeemer that man needed, but we have to accept it. This is what we call salvation. Through acceptance and confession of Jesus as Lord, and repentance from a sin-stained life man is brought back into right relationship with God. (Lk 24:46 ,47Jn 3:3Rom 10:8-10 5:1518-19Eph 2:8Titus 2:11,12)

The Wash

After salvation the next step for every believer is water baptism. Baptism by immersion is talked of and commanded in scripture as a necessary action for all who repent and confess faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. In this they are declaring to God, family, and the world that they have died with Christ(under water) and are being raised(out of water) to a new life; one now marked by the redemption of Jesus Christ. (Matt 28:19; Mk 16:16; Acts 10:47, 48; Rom 6:4 ,5)

Holy Spirit

The Holy Spirit was promised as a gift to come from the Father(God), to us, by Jesus Christ. The baptism with the “Holy Ghost and fire” was spoken of in the Old Testament by the prophet Joel, by John the Baptist about what Jesus would do, by Jesus Himself, and received by the early church. This same Holy Spirit is a promise to us now as well, and is distinct from and subsequent to the experience of the new birth. He guides believers into all truth, exalts Christ, convicts people of their sin, God’s righteousness, and the coming judgment. He comforts us, strengthens us, gives us spiritual gifts, and makes us more like Christ. (Joel 2:28-29; Mark 1:8-10; Luke 3:16, 3:35, 4:1, 11:13, 12:12; John 7:37-39, 14:16, 15:26-27, 16:7-14; Acts 1:4-8, 2:1-4; 10:44-46, 11:15, 13:2; Romans 8:9-11, 14-16, 26-27; 1 Corinthians 3:16; Ephesians 1:13-14; 2 Peter 1:2; Revelation 22:17)