Welcome to the Tulsa Boiler Room. We are a ragamuffin collection of people who love Jesus and are seeking to follow Him with all of our hearts. We are well aware that we need one another in this pursuit, and we are commited to living out the Gospel in the context of spiritual family. The boiler room is a local church with a focus on serving the poor and making known the wonderful love of Jesus to the lost and broken. We are a church of churches, with simple churches that meet in homes each week, and then come together on Sundays.
BR Current Activities
Sunday Gatherings. At the Merchant - 605 S Peoria. We'll kick off at 10:30 am with coffee and fellowship, followed by worship and teaching. Come early and join us for prayer at 10:00! Park across the street at Centennial Park.
Community Prayer: The Merchant -- 605 S Peoria. We gather to pray for Tulsa each Wednesday morning from 6:30-7:00. Park on the street or across Peoria at Centennial Parkhn.
Thursday Night Light: We are taking a break during January, but will be back at it on February 1 at 6:00 downtown.
Spuds. Spuds will be meeting each week, according to the info below:
Monday Night at 6:00
John McVay -- (918) 261-7363
Tuesday Night at 6:30
Oliver Larrabee -- (512) 351-0878
Saturday Afternoon at 4:00
Tim Way -- (918) 704-5085
For more information, contact Tim at (918) 704-5085 or firstname.lastname@example.org
From the BR Blog
Our primary gathering each week takes place in homes. We call these 'simple churches,' or 'spuds,' and this is where we experience life together as the family of God. A spud is a potato plant, and we like that name because one spud multiplies into many, and they grow in the earth -- out of sight, behind the scenes, underground. That's what we want to be in our city. We're not looking to be the big name or to make a huge splash. But we do intend to grow by reproducing God's life within us. We'd really love for you to join us. For details, see below.