Connecting Point Presbyterian Church

A Presbyterian (PCUSA) church in Oklahoma City, OK
Connecting Point Presbyterian Church

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14501 North Rockwell Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73142



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Who We Are

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About Us

Presbyterian (PCUSA)

Our Services

What is the community like?
Connecting Point is a theologically and socially progressive new church. We believe the church should be a loving community of faith that is welcoming to all. Our church is broadminded with believers of every age growing in faith and daring to question, dialogue, and engage issues of belief and culture. We seek to follow in the example of Jesus Christ by meeting the spiritual and physical needs of our community and world. We take the bible seriously, but not always literally knowing that the Holy Spirit is still working in the church and on us. Our church exists to connect Christ and community. We hope to do that for your life and your family, as well.

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Timothy Blodgett

Rev. Timothy Blodgett is the first pastor of Connecting Point Presbyterian Church after guiding Greystone Presbyterian Church through the transformation process that led to the starting of this new church in Deer Creek in 2011. Pastor Tim is a 2007 graduate of Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary and 2002 graduate of the University of Tulsa. He is a lifelong Oklahoman with a passion for progressive Presbyterian ministry in the heart of the bible belt. He serves on many boards and committees of the larger church. He enjoys preaching and theology, Oklahoma State football and Detroit Tigers baseball, and most of all his wife Kati, son Evan, and Australian Shepherd Sidney. Rev. Timothy Blodgett can be reached at 405-509-9368.

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