Oklahoma Episcopal Warming Shelters

Oklahoma Episcopal Warming Shelters

With below-freezing temperatures across the state, Episcopal congregations have offered their spaces as warming shelters for their communities. 

In Oklahoma City, St. Paul's Cathedral hosted its second warming shelter, with over 40 people residing in Dean Willey Hall. St. Paul's has partnered with other shelters in the metro, like City Care and OKEND Homelessness. They plan to continue the shelter through Sunday, Jan. 21st. Check out this great story about St. Paul's Warming Shelter on News 5.

In Wagoner, St. James Episcopal Church opened its doors to the community for the first time as a winter warming shelter. They have hosted more than 45 people over the last week. Every guest is offered a warm meal from various community partner restaurants in Wagoner. Check out this great story about St. James's Warming Shelter on News 6.

In Miami, All Saints' Episcopal Church prepared and served the Monday evening meal at the city-wide Warming Station. Volunteers from All Saints' are taking shifts to staff the Warming Station on Tuesday. 

In McAlester, All Saints' Episcopal Church opened its doors in partnership with Humanity918 as a warming station for their community. They plan to stay open through the week. Guests, including pet friends, enjoy a hot meal and a warm blanket out of the harsh temperatures. 


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

Hours: 9 am to 5 pm CST