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Mission & Vision

The Episcopal Diocese of Oklahoma transforms lives in the love of Jesus Christ through worship, evangelism, discipleship, nurture, and service. As we learn to follow Christ, God draws us into a transformed life of service in Jesus’ name. We invite you to experience the love and purpose that Jesus offers.


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The Episcopal Church

As Episcopalians, we believe in a loving, liberating, and life-giving God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. We strive to live by the message of Christ, in which there are no outcasts, and all are welcome. Walking a middle way between Catholic and Protestant traditions, we are a sacramental and service-oriented church. We believe in thoughtful engagement with Scripture and tradition, and we want to become the transformed people God calls us to be.


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Transitions

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MINISTRY STORIES



Trinity Tulsa Springs Forward with Pajama Day!

Everyone dreads Daylight Savings...unless it's pajama day at church! Trinity Tulsa sprung forward in comf...


All Saints, McAlester hosts Day of Caring

All Saints in McAlester hosted a Day of Caring for Area Homeless and Those at Risk. This event was a cul...


Emmanuel Shawnee's Mission Fair

We’ve been working with the theme, ‘Invest Yourself,’ trying to shift the mindset away from consuming chu...

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ANNOUNCEMENTS



Caring for Each Other During COVID-19

A note from Diocesan Disaster Response Coordinator, the Rev. Paul Snyder on taking care of each other dur...


Sign Up for Collective Video Passion Reading

We would like to do a collaborative passion reading with voices from across the Diocese - lay and clergy,...


3.21.20 Bishop Ed Video Update

Bishop Ed gives an update on the status of worship in the Diocese and how to connect to resources

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924 N. Robinson I Oklahoma City, OK 73102
(405) 232-4820

dioceseofoklahoma@epiok.org
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