Tulsa Adventist Fellowship Church

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Adventist Fellowship

Hello, we are excited and delighted that you are visiting our web page. Adventist Fellowship is a family that loves Jesus Christ, embraces and thrives on the word of God and exists to have fellowship with each other. We are happy to grow together in service to Jesus Christ as we encounter Him weekly on the Sabbath day and daily in our personal lives. Our mission is to live and share the simple gospel of Jesus Christ.

We are a Seventh Day Adventist church and our desire at Adventist Fellowship is to journey with each other in our Christian walk. We engage with God and as a community through Sabbath School classes, small groups and teaching sermons that reach people of all ages in strengthening their walk with Christ, their application of the Bible all through the Holy Spirit.

You are invited to experience an encounter with Christ alongside our church family please join us Sabbath morning at 11:00 am every Saturday.

About US

Adventist Fellowship is part of the worldwide Seventh Day Adventist denomination of believers. Seventh Day Adventists believe that God is concerned with our families, our jobs, our health and our individual and collective sphere of influence. We believe God has a divine plan of each person and we here at Adventist Fellowship are part of the divine plan for Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Our mission is "To share the simple gospel of Jesus Christ."

Our Vision

That every person becomes a Christ follower that embraces a lifelong loving relationship with Jesus Christ, a lifelong learning experience with the Word of God and a lifelong sharing of Christ and themselves with others through the Holy Spirit.

Core Values

  • Spirit-led: We surrender daily to the Holy Spirit and His leading.
  • Love: We love God and others, as we love ourselves.
  • Authenticity: We are not afraid to be real
  • Grace: We share the grace that God has given to us.
  • Innovation: we push past our comfort zone.

What We Believe

Jesus' Life

was pre-existent with God the Father. For our sake He was born of a virgin, lived as a man, experienced human life and died on the cross in sacrifice for our sins. He was resurrected the third day and ascended into heaven where He now ministers in the heavenly sanctuary to the needs of His people. John 1:1-3,14; Matthew 1:18-19; Hebrews 4:14-16, 8:1-5

Jesus' Death

on the cross was vicarious (in place of another) on our behalf. He willingly laid down His life as a sacrifice for the sin of all people. Accepting by faith His perfectly obedient life and His substitutionary death, any person may be accounted righteous in God's sight. This is the gospel (good news)! Isaiah 53:1-6; John 10:17-18; John 3:16

Jesus' Resurrection

is evidence that He has conquered death and hell. It is the assurance given to His people of being resurrected from sleep at His second coming and living with Him throughout eternity. Revelation 1:17-18; Romans 6:8-11; 1Corinthians 15:12-19; John 14:1-3; Ecclesiastes 9:5

Jesus' Spirit

as His representative on earth, is the agent of conversion. Jesus lives in His people through His Spirit. He enables them to live victoriously, experiencing the new birth which is the abundant life. As part of this conversion, His Spirit gives believers different character traits or abilities known as "Spiritual Gifts" that enable them to serve Him and build up His kingdom on earth. One of these gifts, the Spirit of Prophecy, is an identifying characteristic of God's last-day (or remnant) people on earth. John 16:7-11, 3:3-8, 10:10; 1 Corinthians 12; Revelation 12:17, 19:10

Jesus' Obedience

to the will of His Father in every area of living revealed a perfect, sinless life. This righteous life He offers is ours by faith. His obedience is an example to His disciples so that they too will love God supremely and serve their fellow man selflessly. Jesus calls His followers to respect their bodies as "temples" where He lives, bought with the high price of His blood. Thus, healthful living and Christian behavior are to be a goal of all believers. John 8:46; Romans 3:21-26; John 2:3-6; 1 Peter 2:21-25; 1 Corinthians 6:19,20

Jesus' Day

comes each week on the seventh day (Saturday). He called Himself Lord of this day and He faithfully observed each Sabbath. Because He initiated it during creation week (before the entrance of sin), Jesus desired that all of His people would keep this day as a memorial to His creative power. He also reminded us that His Sabbath is a sign of His power to deliver us. It is, indeed, the Lord's Day. This weekly Sabbath is a foreshadowing of the rest Jesus will one day give His people in Heaven! Mark 2:27-28; Colossians 1:15-17; Genesis 2:1-3; Hebrews 4:1-11

Jesus' Church

is also called His body and is comprised of all believers in Him everywhere in the world. Entrance into His church is through the new birth experience (born of the water and of the Spirit). Jesus loves His church and gave Himself for it. In the last days, He is preparing His people for His return and He empowers His people to proclaim the message of His second coming! Ephesians 1:23; 5:23,30; John 3:1-7; Matthew 28:18-20; Revelation 12:17

Jesus' Return

to this earth is near. The same Jesus who walked the roads of Palestine will come literally, physically and visibly to all people. His coming will mark the end of this world and is the blessed hope of His church. Rev. 22:20; 1:7; Matthew 23:3-31; Acts 1:9-11; Titus 2:13; 1 Thess. 4:16,17

Jesus' Invitation

is for YOU! He wants to be the center of your life and will give you new birth if you so desire. He will enable you to live life abundantly now and to have the assurance of eternal life with Him in His soon-coming heavenly kingdom. John 1:12; 10:10; 1 John 1:9; 5:12; Revelation 3:20