Cathedral of Hope

Extravagant Grace. Radical Inclusion. Relentless Compassion. Oklahoma City, OK
Cathedral of Hope

Who We Are

Cathedral of Hope Oklahoma City is a liberal, inclusive community of faith created to provide a place for people to worship God, serve God and humanity, and grow in faith.

We are affiliated with the United Church of Christ and were founded in 2000 by the Cathedral of Hope in Dallas, Texas.

We are an ecumenical church, meaning that our congregants come from many different denominational and faith backgrounds. Our worship service borrows diverse traditions from these different backgrounds.

No matter who you are, or where you are in life's journey, you are welcome here. We welcome and include people regardless of faith background, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, ability or race.

We are an open and affirming congregation with an outreach to LGBTQIA people.

We celebrate an "open" communion. You do not have to be a member of our church, or any church at all. Everyone is invited to participate, just the way you are.

We hope you will let us know if there is any way that we can minister to you by answering any questions you might have about us.

About Us

Vibe
Traditional Liturgy, Down to Earth, Casual, Friendly, Gay affirming, Inclusive, Multigenerational, Progressive

Programs
Community Service, Social Justice, Faith and Work, Addiction/Recovery, Choir, Missions, Adult Education

Music
Traditional Hymns

Denomination
United Church of Christ

Size
Small

Language
English

Founded
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Plan Your Visit

Services

Contact

Address
3901 NW 63rd St
Oklahoma City, OK 73116

Phone
405-232-4673

Website

Directions
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Leadership View all

Matthew Perkins

Born and raised in Goshen, Connecticut, Matt graduated from The University of Connecticut with Bachelor of Arts in English in 1989. Matt’s first call to ministry came at Silver Lake Conference Center, serving several summers and 2 years full time as Chef and Assistant Director. Matt attended Lancaster Theological Seminary in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and received his Master of Divinity degree in 1994. Formerly holding positions with A Christian Ministry in the National Parks and a pastorate in Ravena, New York, Matt has most recently served as Pastor of Decorah United Church of Christ in Decorah, Iowa, and as Philosophy and Ethics instructor and Northeast Iowa Community College.

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