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Welcome to Fellowship

Fellowship Lutheran Church is a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA). As a community of Christ followers, we believe that God is constantly drawing us into the mission of love, reconciliation, justice, and fellowship.

Welcome Statement

Fellowship Lutheran Church is called by Jesus to love God and one another, to practice generous hospitality, and to graciously serve all people. As a faith community, we strive to embrace diversity, respect one another, and ensure a safe place for all to worship and grow. We welcome and affirm people of all sexual orientations, gender identities, gender expressions, abilities, disabilities, races, ethnic identities, immigration status, economic status, and backgrounds. We commit to continuing our work toward racial, social, environmental, and economic justice. Join us on our journey to love as Jesus loves and connect all to the love and grace of Christ.

Fellowship is a Reconciling in Christ partner congregation.

Land Acknowlegement

Fellowship Lutheran Church gratefully acknowledges the Indigenous peoples on whose ancient homelands we gather. This land on which we sit is the traditional territory of Alabama-Quassarte Tribal Town, Apache, Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes, Caddo, Cherokee, Delaware, Kickapoo, Osage, Očhéthi Šakówiŋ (Sioux), Quapaw, and the Wichita, and Affiliated Tribes (Wichita, Keechi, Waco and Tawakonie).

We offer a special recognition to members of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation, who were subjected to the U. S. Government’s Indian Removal Act of 1830 and forcibly driven from their ancestral homelands in Alabama. Thousands died along the march (now known as the Trail of Tears) due to disease, exposure, and starvation. Some of the Muscogee (Creek) owned Black slaves, who suffered the same hardships. Fellowship now sits within the boundaries of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation, and, notably, our church is built on land that was allocated specifically to a Creek Freedman, Ms. Mahaley Thomas, in 1904.

We know that we cannot fully atone for the unfair treatment and atrocities inflicted on oppressed peoples in the past.  Moving forward, however, we can honor and celebrate the legacy of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) of northeast Oklahoma by striving to:

  • Practice good stewardship of the land, air, and water around us
  • Initiate and support social, economic, and educational programs that benefit the BIPOC community
  • Patronize BIPOC-owned contractors and businesses when feasible
  • Cultivate a welcoming, inclusive environment for our BIPOC siblings in Christ

These practices and policies are consistent with Fellowship’s Core Values of inviting, including, and investing, as well as our Mission Statement to connect others to the love and grace of Christ!

Mission,Vision, and Core Values


To connect people to the love and grace of Christ.


A vibrant, Spirit-led community in fellowship with God, each other, and the world.

Core Values

We Seek to Love as Jesus Loves.

We are Called to Serve Others.

Worship is Essential to our Faith.

We Grow Through Community.

God Calls Us to be Good Stewards.

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6727 S. Sheridan Rd.
Tulsa, OK 74133


Church offices are open 9:00am – 3:00pm Monday through Thursday.

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