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Our Work

Fellowship Lutheran Church began as a mission church in Tulsa. We have since set out to joyfully live and proclaim the gospel. We hope that all we encounter will experience the Love of God.

Advocacy

ACTION Core Team

Allied Communities of Tulsa Inspiring our Neighborhoods is a non-profit organization composed of various faith-based and civic institutions working together for the common good of our community. The ACTION team helps others by connecting through stories and struggles, building relational power, and taking action on issues important to our congregations, so that we may strive for social well-being.

Reconciling in Christ Work

As a Reconciling in Christ congregation, we are continuously working to move beyond tolerance to inclusion of all God’s children, including LGBTQIA+, BIPOC, and other disabled, marginalized, or under-resourced communities. We also participate in community events to provide presence and support for these groups.

Missions

Catholic Charities of Eastern Oklahoma

Catholic Charities offers 15 programs and locations to serve the needs of the community in Eastern Oklahoma, no matter what religion, sex, race or orientation. Services include: adoption services, adult education, counseling, pregnancy & dental care, disaster relief, emergency assistance, food, immigration legal services, Refugee settlement, and many more!

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The Pencil Box

A non-profit organization that offers free classroom supplies to teachers of students in need. Teachers can visit the free store to “shop” for items for their classrooms, ensuring that every child in Tulsa County has the tools they need for successful learning.

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Family Promise

A national organization making a local impact by developing and supporting affiliates that address family homelessness rights in their own community. Today they comprise more than 200 affiliates across 43 states and are the leading national nonprofit addressing the issue of family homelessness.

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El Centro New Sanctuary Empowerment Center

A grassroots community hub learning center, and worker community in East Tulsa. Our goal is to empower migrants through education and resources. We provide classes and workshops in civic education, pro-bono legal consultations, a hotline for referrals, and a crisis management fund. These are some of the ways we build community strength and power.

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Oaks Indian Mission

This mission cares for abused, abandoned or neglected Native American children in Oaks, Oklahoma. Their calling is to provide children in need with a safe and stable environment to grow and mature in God’s love, build character, and learn skills that will help them lead and serve themselves and their communities in the future.

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Food Bank of Oklahoma

Oklahoma is only 1 of 4 states with a food insecurity rate above 14%. The Food Bank works to support families so they are not forced to make a choice between groceries and rent. They hope to create a society where our children do not go to bed hungry.

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Habitat for Humanity

This non-profit builds strength, stability and self-reliance through shelter, believing that affordable housing plays a critical role in strong and stable communities.

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Hope Academy

A STEAM-based, Spanish and English bilingual school for girls in Kaqchikel, Guatemala. The school has grown from one kindergarten classroom in 2019 at the Miguel Magone orphanage to a new, modern school building with over 100 girls in pre-K through Grade 6, as well as a pre-school campus in Middletown, PA.

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John 3:16

This mission endeavors to be the hands and feet of Christ to the homeless, hungry, and at-risk in Tulsa. This means helping to meet their physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual needs. They do this by providing emergency overnight shelter. residential recovery programs, youth intervention, grocery support for families, free household items and much more.

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Coffee Bunker

A unique expression of the Tulsa area community’s support of veterans, active duty members, National Guard, Reservists and their families. Their mission is to support veterans and their families in their transition to civilian life through personal and professional development. They provide a full range of assistance for those who drop in, call, or contact us online.

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Angel Tree Program

Fellowship partners with Family and Children Services, Comunidad de Esperanza, and Oaks Indian Mission to help make Christmas magical for families across Northeastern Oklahoma.

Supporting our Immigrant Neighbor

Amigos de la paz
Amigos de la Paz, is a partnership between Fellowship and Comunidad de Esperanza, aimed at feeding our Latinx neighbors in need. Through this initiative, we not only provide essential nutrition and support but we also seek to build meaningful relationships and connections within our community.

Know your neighbor
An English and Spanish language learning program that allows Comunidad de Esperanza and Fellowship members to communicate with one another in a more meaningful way and gain confidence in a new language.
Immigrant Support Fund

Members of our immigrant community face many challenges when they arrive in our country. This fund supports members of our church community who need funding for application fees, filing fees, and travel expenses related to immigration meetings and court dates. We believe these individuals deserve our love and are worthy of our support in these efforts.

Tree for Hope
Fellowship partners with Tree 4 Hope, based in Kaqchikel, Guatemala, so we might connect with our brothers and sisters in Christ on a global scale. In the summer of 2025, we will be taking a team on an intergenerational mission trip in order to immerse ourselves in this rich culture and serve at the Miguel Magone orphanage and Hope Academy school. We also sponsor a young girl named Ana to attend school at Hope Academy!