Plan Your Visit

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Welcome from Dr. Owen Nease

We exist to Proclaim and Display Jesus! We do this "UP" through Worship, "IN" as we grow as Disciples, and "OUT" as we live on Mission. If you want to know more about Jesus or are looking for a place to put your faith into action, we invite you to join us!

At the end of each service, I stand near the front of the stage. Please come by and introduce yourself; I would love to meet you and pray with you!

Don’t hesitate to call 405-691-6646 or email info@emmausokc.org if you have further questions beyond what is provided below.

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Where do I go when I arrive?

  • Parking is available in the lot near Western Avenue and along the north side of the main building. 
  • The main entrance is under the covered drive-thru along the front of the main building. A Welcome Team member will help you find the Worship Center, Sunday School classrooms, or other services. 

What do you have for Kids?

  • Babies – 4 years old (not yet in Pre-K)

    • Sunday Morning 9:15am- Childcare that includes Bible stories and fun songs
    • Sunday Morning 10:30am- Childcare is available, if desired, throughout the Worship Service 
    • Wednesday Evening 6:30pm- Childcare for the babies; missions and music for the preschoolers 
    • Enter through the covered-drive entrance of the main worship center off Western Avenue and a Welcome Team member will walk you to the Preschool area.
    • We know your child’s safety is important, so we have safety and security systems in place during their time at church. In addition, we have a system to contact you via text if a need arises.
  • Pre-K – 1st Grade

    • Sunday Morning 9:15am- Engaging Sunday School classes to make new friends and learn about the Bible
    • Sunday Morning 10:30am- On every Sunday, except the first week of the month, we have a Children’s Church experience during the sermon. This experience—called Elevate—is a chance for kids to learn the Word of God and meet new friends. (Your kids are always welcome to remain with you during the entire worship service.)
    • Wednesday Evening 6:30pm- Music and Missions
    • Enter through the covered-drive entrance of the main worship center off Western Avenue and a Welcome Team member will walk you to the Preschool area.
    • We know your child’s safety is important, so we have safety and security systems in place during their time at church. In addition, we have a system to contact you via text if a need arises
  • 2nd Grade – 4th Grade

    • Sunday Morning 9:15am- Kids will grow in their faith and build great friendships during Sunday School
    • Sunday Morning 10:30am- Kids will learn about corporate worship during the 10:30am service, as they are invited to participate in the music and Pastor Owen works hard to preach in a way that kids can understand and apply God’s Word.
    • Wednesday Evening 6:30pm- Music and Missions
  • 5th – 6th Grade 

    • Our 5th and 6th Graders have the same schedule as 2nd through 4th graders...but they also have specialized events to prepare them for the teenage years, including extra retreats, unique small group experiences, and exciting leadership roles!

 

What do you have for Teenagers?

 

What is your "style"?

First off, we believe substance is more important than style. But we understand you may have experienced different styles of church. Hopefully the information below will help you know a little more about us.

  • Music Style

We sing a variety of songs, including hymns you might have heard growing up and contemporary songs you might hear on the radio. The band includes multiple instruments, and a contemporary choir or praise team assists in worship leadership. Our main focus is that the words of the songs proclaim Jesus and match the truth of God’s Word.

  • Preaching Style

We primarily teach through a book of the Bible, or a section of Scripture (this process is sometimes called expository preaching). Occasionally, the preacher will develop a Scripturally-based series of sermons around a theological or cultural topic. Every sermon is based on the Bible and focused on the Good News of Jesus. We believe the Good News of Jesus is extremely helpful to our lives; but we don't practice “self-help” preaching where the goal is simply being a better person.

  • Clothing Style

Most people dress casually. Some people enjoy wearing traditional Sunday clothes (suit-and-tie for guys; dresses for ladies), but this is the exception rather than the rule at Emmaus. As with every area of life, we want to honor the Lord and respect one another in how we dress.