Frontline Downtown

Love God, Love People, Push Back Darkness Oklahoma City, OK
Frontline Downtown

Plan Your Visit

1104 N Robinson Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73103-4918

(405) 602-6008


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Who We Are

At Frontline you’ll hear relevant music with passion and learn an ancient truth presented every week in a new and compelling way. You’ll be encouraged or maybe even challenged, but that’s okay.


1104 N. Robinson Ave.
OKC, OK 73103
(405) 602-6008

101 E. Main St.
Shawnee, OK 74801
(405) 273-7779

South OKC
4501 S. I-35 Service Road
OKC, OK 73129
(405) 601-4800

About Us

Casual, Creative, Down to Earth, Downtown, Spirit-filled, Charismatic, Friendly, Neighborhood-focused, Young, Young families

Community Service, Social Justice, Faith and Work, Addiction/Recovery, Children's Ministry, Youth Group, Missions, Nursery, Adult Education, Preschool





Our Services

What are services like?
Expect God. We can’t change lives but Jesus can. We expect the presence of God in all of our meetings! Where God is present there is joy, healing, hope, and life.We come together to meet with and worship the Creator of the universe and to be changed by Him. Expect Honesty. You don’t have the time to go to a fake religious ceremony, neither do we. Every sermon is real and honest. All teaching at Frontline is from the Bible and from real life. We all need truth not gimmicks and hype. Expect Love. Urban, suburban, black, white, rich, poor, young and old, are all a part of Frontline. It does not require the cross to love people who are just like us. At Frontline you will be loved no matter what. You can be yourself at Frontline.

What is the community like?
Loving God in Community Just as a great meal is better with friends the sweetness of Christ is better savored in community. In the same way a car was created to run on gasoline, we were created to run on God. Jesus told us that we are to love our God with all our heart, mind, body, and soul. We are however sinners by nature and choice. Our sin keeps us from loving God. The gospel is only way we can love God. Jesus has paid the penalty for our sin and brought us back into relationship with the Father. Because God first loves us in Christ, we can enjoy Him as we were created to do. We are invited to respond to His love together in community. We do this a number of different ways. We love God by reading and studying His word together, worshipping in song , making disciples, confessing and repenting of sin, and praying to him with thanksgiving. God is most glorified in us when we are most satisfied in Him. Loving People in Community As we learn to give and receive ministry between Sundays, we start to become a real church and not just a Sunday morning event. The gospel doesn’t call us to a “just me and Jesus” mentality. Jesus tells us that the second greatest commandment is like the first – we are to love our neighbor as ourselves. In Acts chapter 2:42 we see the first gospel community, and what we see is a group of people that are known by their love. We don’t point to Jesus or grow to be more like him alone. In the messiness of sharing life, weeping and laughing, giving and receiving we bring glory to God and joy to others. The New Testament is full of “one anothers”. By God’s grace and with lots of help from the Holy Spirit we can serve, love, challenge, remind, protect, confront, and comfort one another. Pushing Back Darkness in Community Community Groups are missional communities seeking to make an eternal impact in our city. Jesus called his followers the light of the world. We are sent into dark places to shine the light of Jesus. We share his light in word by telling people the good news of the gospel. We share his light in deed by demonstrating his Kingdom in acts of compassion, love, justice, and beauty. We are missionaries to our jobs, schools, friends, neighborhoods and cities. We don’t go alone. Jesus is scattering Community Groups all over the metro to be salt and light in a dark World. Community Groups are much more than once a week gatherings for Christians. Together we can see Jesus change lives and shake a city.

What if I'm not a Christian?
We love you and want you to come! You have first priority in all of our pastors schedules! We love you!


Josh  Kouri

Josh Kouri

Josh was called to plant churches while living in India at nine years old. After running from the call for years he felt the fear of God and surrendered to the call as he felt a burden for His church and for the city. Josh is married to Nancy, who he met in seventh grade, and has two children.

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