TULSA, Oklahoma. – Seven churches in Tulsa gathered at First Baptist North Tulsa for the annual citywide Thanksgiving worship service on Monday.
Each year, participating churches take turns organizing the worship event. Among the congregations in attendance were Agape Bible Fellowship, Asbury Methodist, First Baptist North Tulsa, First Presbyterian Church of Tulsa, First United Methodist and World Won For Christ Family Life Ministries.
The pews at First Baptist North Tulsa were filled with members of different faiths singing songs of praise and worship. Each person expressing an outpouring of love, joy and gratitude for the opportunity to be together again after two years of COVID-19.
“When we come together to worship… we come together to worship, praise God, thank God every week, but our gratitude really goes up to another level when we come to this season of the year called Thanksgiving. Anthony Scott, senior pastor of the First Baptist Church of North Tulsa, said.
Unite in one faith to celebrate the spirit of thanksgiving. While building stronger relationships and a more unified community.
“What excites me the most is that the friendships that have developed deepen and congregations connect and serve together. Here at First Baptist Church North Tulsa. Our First Presbyterian congregation works together every Friday afternoon on a food distribution program and this is one of those great highlights of what the Lord seems to be doing to bring the church together, ”said Jim Miller, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church.
The seven churches also express their gratitude through acts of charity. Money raised through today’s church service goes to local charities in our community.
Last year the event took place in person and virtually due to COVID-19, but this year those who have been there have been grateful to meet in person.
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