Downtown Campus

Sundays at 9 & 11

Join Us This Sunday

BattleCreek Downtown reflects the urban, unique feel of the neighborhood with a campus membership steeped in diversity. We like to think the people you’ll meet are as eclectic as the architecture you’ll see on a walk down Third Street.

What to Expect

On any given Sunday, you will first see our friendly Hello Team directing you to available parking in the lot West of the main entrance.

Our Hello Team will greet you at the door and assist you to find the kids' check-in or get you a cup of coffee.

Our 70 min services include time for singing contemporary worship as well as a relevant message from our Senior Pastor, Alex Himaya.

Meet Our Campus Team

We'd love to help you get connected or answer any questions that you might have.

Josiah Guajardo

Campus Pastor

Ryan Crawford

Worship Pastor

Mark Cruz

Student Minister

Abby Fixico

Elementary Minister

Lauren Meadors

Preschool Minister

Community Groups

Community groups can meet on any given evening! There are several groups that meet on and close to campus, as well as across the Tulsa metro area. Follow the link below to learn more about community groups and get started.

Connect

Kids

Students

Adults

Groups

Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I park?

There is free parking in the lot to the west of the building. Find a Hello Team member if you have questions as you’re parking.

Are Services Translated?

During our 11am service we offer live Spanish translation.

Can I bring my child to service?

Sure! The more the merrier. We also have an AMAZING kids experience available from children ages birth through 12 grade. There is also a mother’s room for families with newborns.

What do I do if it's raining?

You are welcome to drop off passengers at the doors of our sheltered West Entrance. Alternatively, our car Hello Team can provide umbrellas on rainy days and are available to walk you to the door.

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