Southwest Oklahoma 2015

SOUTHWEST OKLAHOMA
DISTRICT
2015
SIXTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL ASSEMBLY JOURNAL
SESSION HELD AT
Mustang Church of the Nazarene
MUSTANG, OKLAHOMA
APRIL 12-13, 2015
Sixty-seventh
Annual Assembly Journal
of the
Southwest Oklahoma District
Church of the Nazarene
Session held at
Mustang Church of the Nazarene
Mustang, Oklahoma
April 12-13, 2015
Eugénio Duarte
General Superintendent
Jim G. Cooper
District Superintendent
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ORDAINED 2015
(Left to right)
Dr. Eugénio Duarte, General Superintendent, Rev. Brett & Ashly Armstrong, Rev. Phillip &
Becky Innis, Rev. Rev. Jonathan & Rachel Bender, Dr. Jim G. Cooper, District Superintendent
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SESSIONS OF THE SOUTHWEST OKLAHOMA DISTRICT ASSEMBLY
Date
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
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1973
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1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
Place
Ardmore
Duncan
Oklahoma City
Duncan
El Reno
Lawton
Duncan
Duncan
Duncan
Duncan
El Reno
Duncan
Lawton
Elk City
El Reno
Duncan
Elk City
Lawton
Oklahoma City
Duncan
Oklahoma City
Bethany
Duncan
Oklahoma City
Duncan
Oklahoma City
Duncan
Oklahoma City
Oklahoma City
Oklahoma City
Oklahoma City
Oklahoma City
Oklahoma City
Oklahoma City
Oklahoma City
Oklahoma City
Bethany
Oklahoma City
Bethany
Oklahoma City
Bethany
Oklahoma City
Bethany
Oklahoma City
Bethany
Oklahoma City
Altus
Bethany
Oklahoma City
Bethany
Oklahoma City
Bethany
Oklahoma City
Oklahoma City
Mustang
Pastor
R. Stephen Bennett
J. E. Cook
R. T. Williams, Jr.
J. E. Cook
J. Louis Emmert
L. P. Roberts
J. E. Cook
J. E. Cook
Bob Carroll
Bob Carroll
Willie Voigt
Bob Carroll
J. W. Livingston
Charles Tryon
Ervin Emmer
Bob Carroll
Talmadge Johnson
Carl Summer
James Snow
Robert C. Wellmon
R. L. Sumner
Carl Summer
Robert C. Wellmon
R. L. Sumner
O. W. Wilson
Talmadge Johnson
Charles Stroud
Richard Reed
Richard Reed
Richard Reed
Richard Reed
Richard Reed
Robert Snodgrass
Robert Snodgrass
Robert Snodgrass
Robert Snodgrass
Carl Summer
Steven Fletcher
Ronald G. Greeno
Curtis Lewis Jr.
Ronald G. Greeno
Curtis Lewis Jr.
Larry Pruitt
Curtis Lewis Jr.
Larry Pruitt
Ray Lunn Hance
Dave Bucher
Larry Pruitt
N. Greg Rickey
Larry Pruitt
N. Greg Rickey
Larry Pruitt
N. Greg Rickey
Stan Toler
Larry Hunter
Gen Supt.
Williamson
Nease
Vanderpool
Young
Williamson
Powers
Benner
Vanderpool
Powers
Young
Benner
Vanderpool
Lewis
Vanderpool
Williamson
Benner
Young
Powers
Lewis
Williamson
Young
Jenkins
Coulter
Stowe
Lewis
Jenkins
Stowe
Lawlor
Coulter
Lewis
Strickland
Jenkins
Stowe
Greathouse
Lewis
Lewis
Strickland
Strickland
Hurn
Hurn
Stowe
Stowe
Owens
Owens
Johnson
Johnson
Knight
Knight
Prince
Prince
Cunningham
Cunningham
Diehl
Diehl
Bond
Dist. Supt.
W. T. Johnson
W. T. Johnson
W. T. Johnson
W. T. Johnson
W. T. Johnson
W. T. Johnson
W. T. Johnson
W. T. Johnson
W. T. Johnson
W. T. Johnson
W. T. Johnson
W. T. Johnson
W. T. Johnson
W. T. Johnson
W. T. Johnson
W. T. Johnson
W. T. Johnson
W. T. Johnson
W. T. Johnson
W. T. Johnson
W. T. Johnson
W. T. Johnson
W. T. Johnson
W. T. Johnson
W. T. Johnson
W. T. Johnson
W. T. Johnson
W. T. Johnson
W. T. Johnson
M. Bert Daniels
M. Bert Daniels
M. Bert Daniels
M. Bert Daniels
M. Bert Daniels
M. Bert Daniels
M. Bert Daniels
M. Bert Daniels
M. Bert Daniels
Carl Summer
Carl Summer
Carl Summer
Carl Summer
Carl Summer
Carl Summer
Carl Summer
Carl Summer
Carl Summer
Carl Summer
Carl Summer
Carl Summer
Carl Summer
Carl Summer
Carl Summer
Carl Summer
Carl Summer
Dist. Sec.
R. Stephen Bennett
Willie Voigt
Willie Voigt
Willie Voigt
Willie Voigt
Willie Voigt
Willie Voigt
Willie Voigt
Willie Voigt
Willie Voigt
Willie Voigt
Willie Voigt
LaVern S. Day
LaVern S. Day
LaVern S. Day
LaVern S. Day
LaVern S. Day
LaVern S. Day
LaVern S. Day
LaVern S. Day
LaVern S. Day
LaVern S. Day
LaVern S. Day
O. W. Wilson
O. W. Wilson
O. W. Wilson
Talmadge Johnson
Charles Stroud
Charles Stroud
Charles Stroud
Charles Stroud
Charles Stroud
Charles Stroud
Charles Stroud
Charles Stroud
Charles Stroud
Charles Stroud
Charles Stroud
Charles Stroud
Charles Stroud
Charles Stroud
Charles Stroud
Charles Stroud
Charles Stroud
Terrell Earnest
Terrell Earnest
Terrell Earnest
Terrell Earnest
John Jonté
John Jonté
John Jonté
John Jonté
John Jonté
Danny Goddard
Danny Goddard
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SESSIONS OF THE SOUTHWEST OKLAHOMA DISTRICT ASSEMBLY
(cont'd.)
Date
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
Place
Oklahoma City
Oklahoma City
Mustang
Bethany
Oklahoma City
Oklahoma City
Mustang
Bethany
Oklahoma City
Mustang
Oklahoma City
Bethany
Mustang
Pastor
Harold Graves Sr.
Stan Toler
Larry Hunter
Jim Hill
Stan Toler
(TBS)
Terry Armstrong
Jim Hill
Kent Hubbard
Terry Armstrong
Hardy Powers III
Jim Hill
Terry Armstrong
Gen Supt.
Bond
Porter
Porter
Warrick
Warrick
Middendorf
Middendorf
Graves
Graves
Toler
Toler
Duarte
Duarte
Dist. Supt.
Carl Summer
Carl Summer
Carl Summer
Carl Summer
Carl Summer
W. Talmadge Johnson
W. Talmadge Johnson
Jim G. Cooper
Jim G. Cooper
Jim G. Cooper
Jim G. Cooper
Jim G. Cooper
Jim G. Cooper
Dist. Sec.
Robert C. Howard
Robert C. Howard
Robert C. Howard
Robert C. Howard
Robert C. Howard
Charles Crow
Charles Crow
Charles Crow
Charles Crow
Charles Crow
Charles Crow
Charles Crow
Charles Crow
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Table of Contents
I.
Official Directory
A. District Personnel
B. District Boards and Standing Committees
C. District Auxiliary Organizations
D. Zone Organization
E. District Church Directory
F. Ordained Elders
G. Ordained Deacons
H. Licensed Ministers
I. Registered Evangelist
J. Registered Song Evangelist
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II. General Information
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III. Plan of Examination
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IV. Daily Proceedings
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V. Reports
A. District Officers
- District Superintendent
- NMI President
- NYI President
B. District Board and Standing Committees
- District Advisory Board
- Ministerial Credentials Board
- Ministerial Studies Board
C. Assembly Committees
- Finance Committee
- Audit Committee
- Nominating Committee
- Ministerial Support
- Honoring Faithful Followers
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VI. Minutes of the Convention
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VII. Financial and Statistical
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I. Official Directory
A. DISTRICT PERSONNEL
General Superintendent—Dr. Eugénio R. Duarte (Maria), 17001 Prairie Star Parkway, Lenexa, KS 66220
(913-577-0500)
District Superintendent—Dr. Jim G. Cooper (Betty), P.O. Box 937, Mustang, OK 73064
([email protected]; fax: 405-256-6763; cell: 405-922-7163; 405-256-6766)
District Treasurer—Mel Jurjens (Linda), 13555 N. Richland Rd., Piedmont, OK 73078
([email protected]; fax: 405-256-6766; cell: 405-226-4979)
District Secretary—Dr. Charles Crow (Imalee), P.O. Box 937, Mustang, OK 73064
([email protected]; fax: 405-256-6766; cell: 405-641-0003; 405-256-6766)
District SDMI Chairperson—Paul A. Metcalfe (Lisa), 211 E. Colorado St., Walters, OK 73572
([email protected]; 580-875-2112)
District NMI President—Cindy Powell (Darrel), 201 E. Grand Teton Ct., Yukon, OK 73099
([email protected]; 405-308-2341)
District NYI President—Brett Armstrong, 717 N. Canadian Terr., Mustang, OK 73064
([email protected]; fax: 405-256-6763; cell: 405-519-6297: 405-376-2892)
District Office—700 E. Hwy. 152, Mustang, OK 73064 (Mail: P.O. Box 937, Mustang, OK 73064)
([email protected]: fax: 405-256-6763; 405-256-6766)
District Office Secretaries—
Betty Cooper
([email protected]; 405-256-6766)
Sharon Regester
([email protected]; 405-256-6766)
Salyer Lake Conference/Retreat Center—24132 S.H. 152, Minco, OK 73059
(website: www.salyerlake.org; 405-656-9228)
Director—Ken Hembree (Elizabeth)
([email protected]; cell: 405-922-2042)
Oklahoma University Nazarene Student Center—Anita Shepperd (Craig), 700 Chautauqua, Norman, OK 73069
([email protected]; 405-436-7681)
B. DISTRICT BOARDS AND STANDING COMMITTEES
Advisory Board
District Superintendent Dr. Jim G. Cooper, ex officio
Ordained Elders
2016—Terry Armstrong, 700 E. Hwy. 152, Mustang, OK 73064
([email protected]; 405-376-5322)
2017—Dee Boyt, 621 Cottonwood, Ardmore, OK 73401
([email protected]; 580-223-2826)
2018—Paul A. Metcalfe, 211 E. Colorado St., Walters, OK 73572 ([email protected]; 580-875-2112)
2019—Jim Hill, 3100 N. Rockwell, Bethany, OK 73008
([email protected]; 405-789-6034)
Lay Members
2016—Myrna Latham, 2012 Brookfield, Norman, OK 73072
([email protected]; 405-329-6649)
2017—Tabitha Danley, 5725 Hidden Meadow Dr., Mustang, OK 73064
([email protected]; 405-405-308-5946)
2018—Fred Emmert, 3410 N.E. 120th St., Elgin, OK 73538
([email protected]; 580-353-5784)
2019—Rick Powell, 4516 Sky Trail Ct., Yukon, OK 73099
([email protected]; 405-350-7032)
Court of Appeals
(Terms expiring 2018)
Dr. Jim G. Cooper, ex officio; Terry Davis, Janet Neal, Rick Powell, Doug Vernier
Ministerial Credentials Board
(Terms expiring 2017)
Dr. Jim G. Cooper, ex officio; Terry Armstrong, Nicolas Becerra, Wendall Buck, Kristen Donovan, Brent Hardesty, Jim
Hill, Claude Ledbetter, Hyeon Hoon Lee, Paul Metcalfe, Mike Murray, Gaby Rodriguez, Steve Ruby, Doug Runyan
Ministerial Studies Board
(Terms expiring 2017)
Mark Williams, Chairman; Robert Barkley, Dee Boyt, Jennifer Couchman, Howard Culbertson, Mark Fryar, Kelly
Griffith, Curtis Koscheski, Chad Penner, Gary Reynolds, Sergio Rodriguez, Richard Schneberger, Craig Shepperd,
Karola Sikes
Trustees for Southern Nazarene University
Dr. Jim G. Cooper, ex officio
2016—Jim Hill, 3100 N. Rockwell, Bethany, OK 73008
([email protected]; 405-789-6034)
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2017—Jason Gunter, 12216 S. Villa, Oklahoma City, OK 73170
2018—Becky Armstrong, 108 S. Nelson Dr., Mustang, OK 73064
([email protected]; 918-858-7564)
([email protected]; cell: 405-203-9750)
Salyer Lake Conference and Retreat Center Board
Dr. Jim G. Cooper, ex officio; District Advisory Board; Essential Ministries Chairpersons; District Secretary; District
Treasurer
Ministers
2016—Claude Ledbetter, Doug Vernier, Andy Young
2017—Kym Drabenstot, Doug Runyan, Paul Stroud
2018—Kristen Donovan, Larry Hunter, Erick Sanchez
Lay Members
2016—Paul Nantze, Lonnie Taylor, Paul Wood
2017—Imalee Crow, Terry Davis, Larry Kibbe
2018—Steve Livingston, Bobby Rader, Gary Russell
Home Missions and Church Properties
District Advisory Board
District Support and Retirement
District Advisory Board
Compassionate Ministry Centers
Jubilee Partners
Kristen Donovan (Greg), P.O. Box 1211, Oklahoma City, OK 73101
([email protected]; 405-822-2250)
Love Link Ministries
Marilyn Stark, 1122 Linwood Blvd., Oklahoma City, OK 73106
([email protected]; 405-239-6219)
OKC Compassion
Richard Bond (Sherry), P.O. Box 75995, Oklahoma City, OK 73147
([email protected]; 405-524-8082)
(Reaching Our City) ROC
Richard Schneberger (Sara), 7710 N.W. 10th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73127
([email protected]; office: 405-440-9994)
Oklahoma University Nazarene Student Center
Associate Director: Anita Shepperd (Craig), 820 E. Hayes, Norman, OK 73071
([email protected]; 405-436-7681)
OUNSC Board Members
President—Dr. Martha Banz (2017)
Vice-President—Ben Pearson (2016)
Secretary—Brandon Wilson (2016)
Treasurer—Mitch Dietz (2016)
District Superintendent—Dr. Jim G. Cooper (ex officio)
Additional Board Members:
Myrna Latham (2016)
Stephanie McCullough-Lawler (2016)
Dr. Robert McArthur (2017)
Rev. Jason Smith (2016)
([email protected])
([email protected])
([email protected])
([email protected])
([email protected])
([email protected])
([email protected])
([email protected])
C. DISTRICT AUXILIARY ORGANIZATIONS
District Board of Discipleship Ministries International
Chairman—Paul A. Metcalfe, 211 E. Colorado St., Walters, OK 73572
([email protected]; 580-875-2112)
Secretary—Donna Keesee, 322 Novak, Yukon, OK 73099
([email protected]; 405-354-5254)
Treasurer—Michelle Sackett, 525 E. Main, Yukon, OK 73099
([email protected]; 405-728-4469)
Mission Ministries/NMI President—Cindy Powell, 201 E. Grand Teton Ct., Yukon, OK 73099
([email protected]; 405-308-2341)
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Teen Ministries/NYI President—Brett Armstrong, 717 N. Canadian Terr., Mustang, OK 73064
([email protected]; 405-376-2892)
Children’s Ministries—Kelly Griffith, 4601 N. Mueller Ave., Bethany, OK 73008
([email protected]; 405-495-3850)
Young Adult Ministries—Phillip Innis, P.O. Box 306, Tuttle, OK 73089 ([email protected]; cell: 405-430-3709)
Family Enrichment Ministries—Eddie Stark, P.O. Box 398, Noble, OK 73068
([email protected]; 405-577-2559)
Mature Adult Ministries—Paul & Nettie Stroud, 721 Mato Verde Ln., Minco, OK 73059
([email protected]; 405-352-5948)
Statistical Secretary—Sharon Regester, District Resource Center, P.O. Box 937, Mustang, OK 73064
([email protected]; 405-56-6766)
Elected Board Members
2016—Ken Hembree, 24132 S.H. 152, Minco, OK 73059
([email protected]: 405-922-2042)
2016—Paul Stroud, 721 Mato Verde Ln., Minco, OK 73059
([email protected]; 450-352-5948)
2017—Donna Keesee, 322 Novak, Yukon, OK 73099
([email protected]; 405-354-5254)
2017—Sergio Rodriguez, 15101 Todd Way, Oklahoma City, OK 73170 ([email protected]; 405-514-5163)
2018—Jonathan Bender, 3114 N. Hammond St., Bethany, OK 73008
([email protected]; 405-789-2253; cell 513-673-7624)
2018—Nettie Stroud, 721 Mato Verde Ln., Minco, OK 73059
([email protected]; 450-352-5948)
District NMI Council
EXECUTIVE
President—Cindy Powell, 201 E. Grand Teton Ct., Yukon, OK 73099
([email protected]; 405-308-2341)
Vice President Work & Witness—Judy Nantze, 7513 N.W. 38th St., Bethany, OK 73008
([email protected]; cell: 405-990-4890; 405-787-0448)
Secretary—Cindy Nicolai, Rte. 1, Box 64, Geary, OK 73040
([email protected]; 405-884-2644)
Treasurer—Rick Boyt, 2009 6th N.W., Ardmore, OK 73401
([email protected]; cell: 318-652-4914)
PRAYING
Coordinator—Linda Short, 4105 Quail Dr. Norman, OK 73072
([email protected]; cell: 404-412-9769; 405-447-0921)
DISCIPLING
Coordinator—Kristen Donovan, P.O. Box 1211, Oklahoma City, OK 73101
([email protected]; 405-822-2250)
GIVING
Coordinator—Nettie Stroud, 721 Mato Verde Lane, Minco, OK 73059
([email protected]; 405-352-5948)
EDUCATING
Coordinator—Jennifer Lester, 304 Candylane Cir., Yukon, OK 73099
(405-324-2956)
Compassionate Ministries—Kristen Donovan, 1724 N.W. 33rd St., Oklahoma City, OK 73118
([email protected]; 405-822-2250)
Missionary Health Care—Becky Armstrong, 108 S. Nelson Dr., Mustang, OK 73064
([email protected]; 405-203-9750)
Children—Linda Short, 4105 Quail Dr., Norman, OK 73072
([email protected]; cell: 404-412-9769; 405-447-0921)
Youth Representatives—
Alix Scott, 617 S.W. 162nd St., Oklahoma City, OK 73170
(405-206-0205)
Mikala West, 1738 W. Rose Oak Dr., Mustang, OK 73064
([email protected]; 405-206-4372)
Deputation—Cindy Nicolai, Rte. 1, Box 64, Geary, OK 73040
([email protected]; 405-884-2644)
LINKS—Karola Sikes, 215 N. 8th St., Weatherford, OK 73096
([email protected]; 580-772-0064)
Mission Call Coordinator—Howard Culbertson, 5901 N.W. 81st, Oklahoma City, OK 73132
([email protected]; 405-7404149)
Alabaster—Nettie Stroud, 721 Mato Verde Lane, Minco, OK 73059
([email protected]; 405-352-5948)
Work & Witness—Judy Nantze, 7513 N.W. 38th St., Bethany, OK 73008
([email protected]; cell: 405-990-4890; 405-787-0448)
World Mission Broadcast—Mikala West, 1738 W. Rose Oak Dr., Mustang, OK 73064
([email protected]; 405-206-4372)
JESUS Film—Judy Nantze, 7513 N.W. 38th St., Bethany, OK 73008
([email protected]; cell: 405-990-4890; 405-787-0448)
Crisis Care Kits—Beverly Rupert, 7307 N.W. 105th, Oklahoma City, OK
([email protected]; cell: 405-213-5426; 405-721-5747)
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Representatives:
Altus—Tessa Young, 509 Lakeside Dr., Altus, OK 73521
([email protected]; cell: 713-304-8998)
Chickasha—Rachel Ellis, 1111 Florida, Chickasha, OK 73018
([email protected]; 405-623-8457)
Clinton—Robert Barkley, P.O. Box 885, Elk City, OK 73648
([email protected]; 580-225-0585)
Duncan—Dee Boyt, 2009 6th Ave. N.W, Ardmore, OK 73401
([email protected]; 580-223-2826)
OKC North—Nettie Stroud, 721 Mato Verde Lane, Minco, OK 73059 ([email protected]; 405-352-5948)
OKC South—Anita Shepperd, 820 E. Hayes St., Norman, OK 73071
([email protected]; 405-921-1592)
Multicultural—Jackie Sanchez, 301 N. Morgan Dr., Moore, OK 73160
([email protected]; cell: 405-215-1409)
Inner City—Kristen Donovan, P.O. Box 1211, Oklahoma City, OK 73101
([email protected]; 405-822-2250)
District NYI Council
President—Brett Armstrong, 717 N. Canadian Terr., Mustang, OK 73064
([email protected]; fax: 405-256-6763; cell: 405-519-6297; 405-376-2892)
Executive Council:
Vice-President—Craig Shepperd, 820 E. Hayes, Norman, OK 73071
([email protected]; 405-436-7681)
Secretary—Kent Mullens, 617 S. 8th St., Yukon, OK 73099
([email protected]; cell: 405-826-0072; 405-354-2827)
Treasurer—Lance Redinger, 157 Stonebridge Blvd., #2417, Edmond, OK 73013
([email protected]; 405-812-9371)
Member—Travis Lee, 617 E. Juniper Ln., Mustang, OK 73064
([email protected]; cell: 479-616-8800)
Council:
Jay Seymour, 4200 Farm Rd., Moore, OK 73160
Brianna Shay, 6809 N.W. 44th St., Bethany, OK 73008
Brendon Weaver, 1030 N. Doris, Oklahoma City, OK 73127
Chris Yarbrough, 2213 W. Spruce Ave., Duncan, OK 73533
([email protected]; 405-496-0292)
([email protected]; 405-248-2988)
([email protected]; 405-924-3447)
([email protected]; cell: 580-606-1531)
D. ZONE ORGANIZATION
Altus Zone—Altus, Altus Korean, Hollis, Mangum, Snyder
Chickasha Zone—Anadarko, Cache, Carnegie, Chickasha, Emerson, Komah Memorial, Lawton First, Lawton
Heights, Lawton Korean Community
Clinton Zone—Clinton, Clinton Milagro de Dios, Elk City, Erick, Weatherford
Duncan Zone—Ardmore First, Ardmore Hispanic (CTM), Duncan Heritage Oaks, Marlow, Paul’s Valley, Walters,
Waurika
Oklahoma City North Zone—Bethany Calvary, Bethany Jernigan Memorial, Canadian Hills, El Reno, Mustang,
Oklahoma City All Nations, Oklahoma City Crown Heights, Oklahoma City May Avenue, Oklahoma City ROC,
Oklahoma City Providence, Oklahoma City Rosa de Sharon, Oklahoma City Western Oaks, Yukon First
Oklahoma City South Zone—Moore, Moore Casa Vida (NOC), Noble, Newcastle Life Springs, Norman Community,
Oklahoma City Faith, Hope & Life, Oklahoma City First Korean, Oklahoma City JesuCristo Luz de Verdad,
Oklahoma City SouthPointe, Oklahoma City Trinity, Oklahoma City Woodson Park, Tuttle
E. DISTRICT CHURCH DIRECTORY
Altus (Organized 1909) (059-0010)
Location—700 N. Main Street, Altus, OK 73521
(580-482-0964)
Pastor—(5/14/12) Andrew Young (Tessa), 509 Lakeside Dr., Altus, OK 73521
([email protected]; cell: 713-206-0182)
Music Dir.—Pat Duckworth, 616 Hayes Ave., Altus, OK 73521
([email protected]; 580-482-2423)
SS Supt.—Carol Bunch, 613 3rd St., Lone Wolf, OK 73655
([email protected]; 580-682-1577)
NYI Pres.—Michelle Shumaker, 19015 E. CR 175, Eldorado, OK 73537
([email protected]; 580-633-2708)
Women’s Min. Dir.—Pat Duckworth, 616 Hayes Ave., Altus, OK 73521 ([email protected]; 580-482-2423)
NMI Pres.—Mary Naeve, 800 E. Cypress, Altus, OK 73521
(580-480-0191)
Church Board Sec.—Kriston Kelly, 20943 E. CR 169, Altus, OK 73521
([email protected]; 580-301-3664)
Church Treas.—Raylon Shumaker, 19015 E. CR 175, Eldorado, OK 73537
([email protected]; 580-633-2708)
Altus Korean (Organized 2002) (059-0011)
Location—800 N. Julian St., Altus, OK 73521
Pastor—(Interim) Kijoon Yun (Kyungae Park), 514 N.W. 60th St., Lawton, OK 73505
Women’s Min. Dir.—Chae Hyon Hansen, 1104 Wendy Ln., Altus, OK 73521
(580-482-5321)
(580-919-1073)
(580-379-4130)
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Church Board Sec.—Ok Young Owon, 1312 Canterbury, Altus, OK 73521
Church Treas.—Sang Suk Lee, 200 Lakeside Dr., Altus, OK 73521
(580-482-5479)
(580-480-0144)
Anadarko (Organized 1939) (059-0020)
Location—(Mail: P.O. Box 456) 601 W. Virginia, Anadarko, OK 73005
(405-247-5331)
Pastor—(5/19/09) Curtis Koscheski (Tammy), 1308 Berkshire Way, Anadarko, OK 73005
(leekosches[email protected] 405-247-5622)
Music Dir.—John Cahill, 205 W. Market Ave., Anadarko, OK 73005
([email protected]; 405-638-2518)
SS Supt.—Allan Leatherbury, Rte. 1, Box 51, Cyril, OK 73029
([email protected]; 580-467-3313)
Children’s Min. Dir.—Amy Brown, 4173 State Hwy. 92, Cement, OK 73017
(405-487-8970)
NYI Directors— Allan & Trish Leatherbury, Rte. 1, Box 51, Cyril, OK 73029
([email protected]; 580-467-3313)
Prime Time Dir.—Roy & Pam Thacker, 716 W. Louisiana, Anadarko, OK 73005
(405-247-2984)
NMI Pres.—Pamela Millo, 35080 CS 2700, Anadarko, OK 73005
(405-648-2569)
Church Board Sec.—Donna Lovell, Rte. 2, Box 37, Anadarko, OK 73005
([email protected]; 405-247-5926)
Church Treas.—Barbara Nutter, 9332 Lansbrook Ln., Oklahoma City, OK 73132
([email protected]; 405-603-7596)
Ardmore First (Organized 1925) (059-0030)
Location—621 Cottonwood, Ardmore, OK 73401
(580-223-2826)
Pastor—(4/16/12) Dee Boyt (Rick), 2009 6th Ave. N.W., Ardmore, OK 73401
([email protected]; 580-224-2977)
Music Dir.—Marian Hopkins, 1449 C St. S.E., Ardmore, OK 73401
([email protected]; 580-226-2610)
SS Supt.—Charles Smith, 1438 C St. S.E., Ardmore, OK 73401
([email protected]; 580-223-0461)
Children’s Min. Dir.—Rachel Henninger, 224 Campbell St., Ardmore, OK 73401
([email protected]; 580-276-7886)
NYI Pres.—Shalena Mosley, 706 Cherry St., Ardmore, OK 73401 ([email protected]; 580-226-0722)
Adult Min. Dir.—Peggy Parker, 2027 10th Ave. N.W., Ardmore, OK 73401
(580-223-7543)
Prime Time Dir.—Peggy Parker, 2027 10th Ave. N.W., Ardmore, OK 73401
(580-223-7543)
Single Adult Min. Dir.—Peaches Mosley, 706 Cherry St., Ardmore, OK 73401
(580-223-7607)
Men’s Min. Dir.—Don Ruiz, 406 Rail Head, Ardmore, OK 73401
(580-224-7669)
NMI Pres.—Marian Hopkins, 1449 C St. S.E., Ardmore, OK 73401
([email protected]; 580-226-2610)
CLT Dir.—Dee Boyt, 2009 6th Ave. N.W., Ardmore, OK 73401
([email protected]; 580-224-2977)
Church Board Sec.—Rachel Henninger, 224 Campbell St., Ardmore, OK 73401
([email protected]; 580-276-7886)
Church Treas.—Randy Hopkins, 1449 C St. S.E., Ardmore, OK 73401 ([email protected]; 580-226-2610)
Ardmore Hispanic (CTM) (059-0036)
Location—(Mail: 25 12th St., N.E.), 20 12th St. N.E., Ardmore, OK 73401
Lay Minister—(7/29/01) Jorge Soto (Cecilia), 25 12th St. N.E., Ardmore, OK 73401
Church Board Sec.—Cecilia Soto, 25 12th St. N.E., Ardmore, OK 73401
Church Treas.—Ivan Otero, 1529 1st St. S.W., Ardmore, OK 73401
(580-223-1209)
(580-223-1209)
(580-223-1209)
(580-226-4255)
Bethany Calvary (Organized 1952) (059-0330)
Location—3100 N. Rockwell, Bethany, OK 73008
(website: www.calvarynazarene.org; [email protected]; fax: 405-789-1312; 405-789-6034)
Pastor—(10/17/04) James S. Hill (DeAnna), 7613 N.W. 38th St., Bethany, OK 73008
([email protected]; 405-603-7657)
Spiritual Formation Pastor—John Williamson (Chris), 1180 Monument Lane, Yukon, OK 73099
([email protected]; 405-265-7402)
Music Dir.—Jim Graves (Elizabeth), 3104 N. Downing Ct., Bethany, OK 73008 ([email protected]; 405-473-9441)
Visitation Pastor—Ron Cole (Lynn), 1809 N.W. 175th St., Edmond, OK 73012
([email protected]; 405-285-7491)
Children’s Director—Vonya Shreffler (Mark), 416 Taylor N.W., Piedmont, OK 73078
([email protected]; 405-373-2786)
SS Supt.—(To Be Decided)
NYI Pres.—Nola Chamberlain, 2116 Graham Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73127 ([email protected]; 405-495-1008)
NMI Pres.—Judy Nantze, 7513 N.W. 38th, Bethany, OK 73008
([email protected]; 405-787-0448)
Prime Time Dir.—Brance Moyer, 5204 N.W. 47th St., Warr Acres, OK 73122
([email protected]; 405-440-2867)
Work & Witness Coord.—Paul Nantze, 7513 N.W. 38th, Bethany, OK 73008
([email protected]; 405-787-0448)
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Church Board Sec.—Marilyn Wetmore, 220 Cherry Creek Dr., Norman, OK 73072
([email protected]; 405-579-8668)
Church Treas.—Libby Campbell, 8717 N.W. 116th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73162
([email protected]; 405-720-2487)
Bethany Jernigan Memorial (Organized 1950) (059-0400)
Location—(Mail: 3114 N. Hammond St.) 3200 N. Hammond St., Bethany, OK 73008
(405-789-8684)
Pastor—(12/29/13) Jonathan Bender (Rachel), 3114 N. Hammond St., Bethany, OK 73008
([email protected]; 405-789-2253; cell 513-673-7624)
Music Dir.—James Fenno, 6101 N.W. 30th St., Bethany, OK 73008
([email protected]; 405-787-5476)
SS Supt.—Joanne Hembree, 6005 N.W. 30th St., Bethany, OK 73008
([email protected]; 405-495-9715)
Children’s Min. Dir.—Barbara Helton, 6001 N.W. 30th St., Bethany, OK 73008
(405-789-8235)
Adult Min. Dir.—Henry Arnett, 7220 N.W. 44th, Bethany, OK 73008
(405-789-4415)
Prime Time Dir.—Kenneth Hembree, 6005 N.W. 30th St., Bethany, OK 73008
([email protected]; 405-495-9715)
Women’s Min. Dir.—Ferne Golightly, 7007 N.W. 49th St., Bethany, OK 73008
(405-789-4664)
NMI Pres.—Sheilia Hopkins, 2529 Norman Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73127
(405-787-1269)
Work & Witness Coord.—Kenneth Hembree, 6005 N.W. 30th St., Bethany, OK 73008
([email protected]; 405-495-9715)
CLT Dir.—Jesse Blanchard, 2616 Norman Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73127
([email protected]; 405-495-0092)
Church Board Sec.—Sunny Blanchard, 2616 Norman Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73127
([email protected]; 405-495-0092, cell 405-606-5512)
Church Treas.—Sunny Blanchard, 2616 Norman Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73127
([email protected]; 405-495-0092, cell 405-606-5512)
Cache First Indian (Organized 1936) (059-0057)
Location—(Mail: P.O. Box 857) 1.5 miles west on Old Hwy. 62, Cache, OK 73527
(580-583-0772)
Pastor—(06/03/09) Matthew Asetamy, P.O. Box 412, Cache, OK 73527 ([email protected]; 580-583-0772)
SS Supt.—Rosalind Asetamy, P.O. Box 412, Cache, OK 73527
(580-583-8686)
NMI Pres.—Larue Parker, 1018 W. “E” St., Cache, OK 73527
(580-350-9192)
Church Board Sec.—Rosalind Asetamy, P.O. Box 412, Cache, OK 73527
(580-583-8686)
Church Treas.—Arlene Kemp, 816 W “E” St., Cache, OK 73527
(580-583-7946)
Canadian Hills (Organized 1983) (059-0056)
Location—11744 W. Reno, Yukon, OK 73099 ([email protected]; fax: 405-324-7420; 405-324-5661)
Pastor—(05/26/13) Chad Penner (Jen), 341 E. Platt Dr., Yukon, OK 73099
([email protected]; cell 832-407-5995)
Assoc. Pastor—John Parker (Karen), 1417 Bois D ’Arc Dr., Yukon, OK 73099
([email protected]; 405-312-9501)
Worship Arts Leader—Chris Vera (Sarah), 5209 N. Beaver Ave., Bethany, OK 73008
([email protected]; 405-255-3392)
Visitation Pastor—Janet Neal (Warren), 413 Sage Brush Rd., Yukon, OK 73099
([email protected]; 405-490-4420)
Youth Leaders—Scott & Leah Patton, 103 Palm, Yukon, OK 73099
([email protected]; 405-354-5198)
Global Missions Leader—Calah Lynes, 500 Pointe Pkwy. Blvd., #1923, Yukon, OK 73099
([email protected]; 580-716-0093)
Church Board Sec.—Phyllis Cox, 9610 S.W. 17th St., Yukon, OK 73128
([email protected]; 405-922-1156)
Church Treas.—Robin Paulson (R.P.), P.O. Box 321, Wheatland, Ok 73097
([email protected]; 405-831-3206)
Carnegie (Organized 1928) (059-0060)
Location—(Mail: P.O. Box 752) 7 E. Ash St., Carnegie, OK 73015
(fax: 580-654-2629; 580-654-2629)
Pastor—(7/1/02) William G. (Chip) Perkins (Tammy), P.O. Box 624, 14 E. Ash, Carnegie, OK 73015
([email protected]; 580-654-1505)
Music Dir.—Kevin Brewster, P.O. Box 325, Carnegie, OK 73015
([email protected]; 580-654-1706)
SS Supt.—Rhett Morgan, 529 N. Carnegie, Carnegie, OK 73015
([email protected]; 580-654-2675)
Children’s Min. Dir.—Tammy Perkins, P.O. Box 624, Carnegie, OK 73015 ([email protected]; 580-654-1505)
Prime Time Dir.—Jerry Tate, 226 W. Ash St., Carnegie, OK 73015
([email protected]; 580-654-8210)
NYI Pres.—Crystal Harmon, P.O. Box 1034, Carnegie, OK 73015
(580-483-7833)
Women’s Min. Dir.—Kathy Whitezell, RR 1, Box 92A, Mountain View, OK 73062
(580-704-8192)
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NMI Pres.—Kaye Weaver, P.O. Box 75, Carnegie, OK 73015
([email protected]; 580-654-2006)
Church Board Sec.—Mary Hamilton, P.O. Box 593, Carnegie, OK 73015
([email protected]; 405-668-0153)
Church Treas.—Raymond Frazier, P.O. Box 573, Carnegie, OK 73015 ([email protected]; 580-654-2560)
Chickasha First (Organized 1923) (059-0070)
Location—1300 S. 29th St., Chickasha, OK 73018
(405-222-1782)
Pastor—(1/16/15) Joseph Ellis (Rachel), 6712 Cherry Pl., Oklahoma City, OK 73127
([email protected]; 405-495-6778)
SS Supt.—Letha Page, 13409 240th St., Blanchard, OK 73010
(405-408-9839)
Prime Time Dir.—Al Hair, 1307 S. 8th, Chickasha, OK 73018
(405-224-5449)
NMI Pres.—Al Hair, 1307 S. 8th, Chickasha, OK 73018
(405-224-5449)
Church Board Sec.—Jana Belcher, 826 S. Morgan Ave., Blanchard, OK 73018
(405-706-6704)
Church Treas.—Evelyn Johnson, 1300 S. 29th St., Chickasha, OK 73018
(405-222-2518)
Clinton (Organized 1937) (059-0080)
Location—(Mail: P.O. Box 65) 14th & Frisco Ave., Clinton, OK 73601
(580-323-1517)
Pastor—(12/11/13) Gordon Bennett (Norma), 1320 Frisco Ave., Clinton, OK 73601
(580-323-1517)
Music Dir.—Praise Team, Judy Hayes, 1320 Frisco Ave., Clinton, OK 73601
(580-323-1517)
SS Supt.—Judy Hayes, HC 66, Box 51A, Foss, OK 73647
(580-445-8048)
NMI Pres.—Norma Bennett, 1320 Frisco Ave., Clinton, OK 73601
(580-323-1517)
Church Board Sec.—Judy Hayes, 21466 E. 1020 Rd., Foss, OK 73647
(580-445-8048)
Church Treas.—Steve Belcher, 3203 S. Hwy. 183, Lot 30, Clinton, OK 73601
([email protected]; 580-445-0498)
Clinton Milagro de Dios (Organized 1996) (059-0083)
Location—(Mail: 224 S. 7th St.) 1417 S. Hunt Ave., Clinton, OK 73601
Pastor—(6/15/92) Cristóbal Izaguirre (Tomasa), 224 S. 7th St., Clinton, OK 73601
Church Board Sec.—Magdalena Izaguirre, 224 S. 7th St., Clinton, OK 73601
Church Treas.—Magdalena Izaguirre, 224 S. 7th St., Clinton, OK 73601
(580-323-5510)
(580-515-2095)
(580-323-5510)
(580-323-5510)
Duncan Heritage Oaks (Organized 1952) (059-0140)
Location—4501 W. Beech, Duncan, OK 73533
([email protected]; fax: 580-255-2869)
Pastor—(TBD), 1701 W. Birch Ave., Duncan, OK 73533
(@heritageoakschurch.org; 580-255-2869)
Youth Pastor—Rachel James (Paul), 1613 W. Jones, Duncan, OK 73533
([email protected]; 405-496-1229)
Sunday School Director—Jim Weaver, RR4, Box 230B1, Duncan, OK 73533
([email protected]; 580-656-3460)
NYI Pres.—P. J. Kenedy, 2105 W. Walnut, Duncan, OK 73533
(580-251-3773)
Children’s Director—Dee Lowry, 3409 Kristin Ln., Duncan, OK 73533
([email protected]; 580-678-5225)
NMI Pres.—Ray Loghry, 1214 E. Plato Dr., Duncan, OK 73533
([email protected]; 580-252-3078)
Church Board Sec.—Johnny Cathey, 106 N. 29th, Duncan, OK 73533
([email protected]; 580-255-8129)
Church Treas.—Lisa Huckabaa, 1301 W. Cedar St., Duncan, OK 73533
([email protected]; 580-656-2639)
El Reno First (Organized 1921) (059-0170)
Location—910 S. Reno, El Reno, OK 73036
(405-262-1574)
Pastor—(10/2/11) Mark Fryar (Gretchen), 1020 W. Elm St., El Reno, OK 73036
([email protected]; cell: 405-406-3901; 405-262-1576)
Music Dir.—Linda Moore, 617 W. Matthews Ave., El Reno, OK 73036
([email protected]; 405-262-2529)
DMI Supt.—Helen Wilds, 815 S. W. 25th St., El Reno, OK 73036
([email protected]; 405-262-1288)
Prime Time Dir.—Clarice March, 827 S. Reno, El Reno, OK 73036
([email protected]; 405-262-0817)
NYI Leader—Mark Fryar, 1020 W. Elm St., El Reno, OK 73036
([email protected]; cell: 405-406-3901; 405-262-1576)
NMI Pres.—Jerri Westmoreland, P.O. Box 1432, El Reno, OK 73036
([email protected]; 405-422-4800)
Church Board Sec.—Linda Moore, 617 W. Matthews Ave., El Reno, OK 73036
([email protected]; 405-262-2529)
Church Treas.—Janice Caster, 817 S.W. 24th St., El Reno, OK 73036
([email protected]; 405-262-2723)
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Elk City (Organized 1924) (059-0160)
Location—(Mail: P.O. Box 885) 6th and Calloway, Elk City, OK 73648 ([email protected]; 580-225-2026)
Pastor—(7/16/12) Robert Barkley (Diane), 1003 Kathy’s Pl., Elk City, OK 73644
([email protected]; cell: 580-374-7046; 580-225-0585)
Assoc. Pastor—Roger Rickert, 112 Coral Ave., Elk City, OK 73644
([email protected]; 580-374-1136)
Prime Time Dir.—Roger Rickert, 112 Coral Ave., Elk City, OK 73644
([email protected]; 580-374-1136)
Men’s Min. Dir.—Robert Barkley, 1003 Kathy’s Pl., Elk City, OK 73644
([email protected]; cell: 580-374-7046; 580-225-0585)
NMI Pres.—Emma Brewer, 801 Shore Dr., Elk City, OK 73644
([email protected]; 580-303-0089)
NYI Pres.—Roger Rickert, 112 Coral Ave., Elk City, OK 73644
([email protected]; 580-374-1136)
Church Board Sec.—(TBD)
Church Treas.—Sue Poole, 1007 West 9th St., Elk City, OK 73644
([email protected]; 580-225-1764))
Emerson (First Indian) (Organized 1935) (059-0175)
Location—(Mail: 602 W. Indiana St., Walters, OK 73572) 6.5 miles west of Walters
(580-875-2051)
Pastor—(2/8/98) Lena Calfy (Mike), 602 W. Indiana St., Walters, OK 73572
([email protected]; home 580-875-2051; cell 580-512-9010)
SS Supt.—Mike Calfy, 602 W. Indiana St., Walters, OK 73572
(580-875-2051)
Children’s Min. Dir.—Lena Calfy, 602 W. Indiana St., Walters, OK 73572
([email protected]; 580-875-2051)
Women’s Min. Dir.—Lena Calfy, 602 W. Indiana St., Walters, OK 73572
([email protected]; 580-875-2051)
NMI Pres.—Jeanne Ricketts, 111 E. Nevada, Walters, OK 73572 ([email protected]; 580-512-8566)
Church Board Sec.—Jeanne Ricketts, 111 E. Nevada, Walters, OK 73572
([email protected]; 580-512-8566)
Church Treas.—Jeanne Ricketts, 111 E. Nevada, Walters, OK 73572
([email protected]; 580-512-8566)
Erick (Organized 1909) (059-0180)
Location—(Mail: P.O. Box 1182) 503 S. Maple, Erick, OK 73645
(580-799-0370)
Pastor—(5/16/04) Lee Jay Mauldin (Shelley), 402 S. Elm, Erick, OK 73645
([email protected]; 580-799-0370)
Hollis (Organized 1914) (059-0240)
Location—(Mail: P.O. Box 628) 102 S. 8th St., Hollis, OK 73550
Pastor—(9/14/14) Jim Ikner (Donzetta), 21555 W. Gore Blvd., Indiahoma, OK 73552
Music Dir.—Carol Colson, P.O. Box 628, Hollis, OK 73550
SS Supt.—Loyd Colson, P.O. Box 628, Hollis, OK 73550
NMI Pres.—Linda McGee, 17863 E. 1530 Rd., Gould, OK 73544
Church Board Sec.—Linda McGee, 17863 E. 1530 Rd., Gould, OK 73544
Church Treas.—Carol Colson, P.O. Box 628, Hollis, OK 73550
(580-688-9115)
(405-429-4488)
(580-688-9115)
(580-688-9115)
(580-676-2305)
(580-676-2305)
(580-688-9115)
Komah Memorial (Organized 1976) (059-0015)
Location—(Mail: P.O. Box 496, Cache, OK 73527) 2 miles E. of Cache and ¾ mile N. on Airport Road
(580-429-8462)
Pastor—(To Be Supplied)
SS Supt.—George Wermy, 16036 N.W. Cache Rd., Cache, OK 73527
(580-583-1527)
NMI Pres.—Gary Niedo, 1701 S.W. E Ave., Lawton, OK 73501
(580-357-2804)
Church Board Sec.—Alva Niedo, 1701 S.W. E Ave., Lawton, OK 73501 ([email protected]; 580-357-2804)
Church Treas.—Alva Niedo, 1701 S.W. E Ave., Lawton, OK 73501
([email protected]; 580-357-2804)
Lawton First (Organized 1933) (059-0250)
Location—(Mail: 1406 N.W. Arlington Ave.) 1402 N.W. Arlington Ave., Lawton, OK 73507
(580-355-0649)
Pastor—(TBD)
Children’s Min. Dir.—Estelle Maldonado, 5220 N.W. Sherwood, Lawton, OK 73505
(580-591-0623)
Prime Time Dir.—Arnold Owens, 102 Hillside Rd., Apache, OK 73006
(580-351-4041)
NMI Pres.—Fred Emmert, 3410 N.E. 120th St., Elgin, OK 73538
([email protected]; 580-353-5784)
Church Board Sec.—Eufelia Wilson, 7605 Bishop Rd., Lawton, OK 73505
(580-647-1323)
Church Treas.—Linda Owens, 102 S. Hillside Rd., Apache, OK 73006 ([email protected]; 580-678-1911)
Lawton Heights (Organized 1952) (059-0260)
Location—(Mail: 1707 N.W. Lincoln Ave.) 1702 N.W. Williams, Lawton, OK 73507
([email protected]; 580-353-8866)
Pastor—(9/4/05) Mike Murray (Susanne), 1707 N.W. Lincoln Ave., Lawton, OK 73507
([email protected]; 580-357-2092, cell 580-284-8387)
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Music Dir.—Susanne Murray, 1707 N.W. Lincoln Ave., Lawton, Ok 73507
([email protected]; 580-284-5340, cell 580-284-5340)
SS Supt.—Diane Jennings, 722 N.W. 32nd St., Lawton, OK 73505
(580-357-8475)
Adult Min. Dir.—Wanda Nix, 7924 N.W. Meers-Porte Hill, Lawton, OK 73507
([email protected]; 580-492-6777)
Prime Time Dir.—Linda Bloom, 1717 N.W. Ash Ave., Lawton, Ok 73507
(580-704-4900)
Men’s Min. Dir.—Chalmers Neighbors, 1919 N.W. Columbia Ave., Lawton, OK 73507
([email protected]; 580-353-7220)
Women’s Min. Dir.—Barbara Bailey, 415 N.W. 40th, Lawton, OK 73505
(580-248-2463)
NMI Pres.—Mary Lou Boice, 1212 N.W. Logan Ave., Lawton, OK 73507
(580-353-5469)
Work & Witness Coord.—Delman Bloom, 1717 N.W. Ash Ave., Lawton, OK 73507
(580-248-0413)
CLT Dir.—Diane Jennings, 722 N.W. 32nd St., Lawton, OK 73505
(580-357-8475)
Church Board Sec.—Diane Jennings, 722 N.W. 32nd St., Lawton, OK 73505
(580-357-8475)
Church Treas.—Aloma Tedder, 2401 N.W. 17th, Lawton, OK 73507
(580-695-3670)
Lawton Korean Community (Organized 2008) (059-0001)
Location—(Mail: 514 N.W. 60th St.) 1902 N.W. 79th St., Lawton, OK 73505
Pastor—(11/16/08) Kijoon Yun (Kyungae Park), 514 N.W. 60th St., Lawton, OK 73505
Church Board Sec.—Wonsil (Kim) Norman, 4704 N.E. Cache Rd, Lawton, OK 73507
Church Treas.—Wonsil (Kim) Norman, 4704 N.E. Cache Rd, Lawton, OK 73507
(580-536-8908)
(580-919-1073)
(580-574-7058)
(580-574-7058)
Mangum (Organized 1911) (059-0270)
Location—(Mail: P.O. Box 356) 200 S. Pennsylvania, Mangum, OK 73554
(580-782-2234)
Lay Minister—(7/29/12) Robert “Nathan” McGee (Tammy), 13459 N. CR 1830, Duke, OK 73532
([email protected]; 580-301-0801)
Music Dir.—Donald Spradlin, Mangum, OK 73554
(580-287-3276)
SS Supt.—Barbara Marshall, 100 N. Pennsylvania, Mangum, OK 73554
N/A
Church Board Sec.—Lisa Tipton, P.O. Box 356, Mangum, OK 73554
(580-706-1272)
Church Treas.—Ed Porter, P.O. Box 356, Mangum, OK 73554
(580-782-9275)
Marlow (Organized 1909) (059-0280)
Location—(Mail: 202 W. Cherokee) 221 S. 2nd St., Marlow, OK 73055
(580-658-3680)
Co-Pastors—(06/09/13) Nick and Erin Ward, 202 W. Cherokee, Marlow, OK 73055
([email protected]; cell 580-658-0671; [email protected]; cell 580-658-0571)
NMI Pres.—LuAnn Worthley, 1603 Brendon Dr., Marlow, OK 73055
([email protected]; 580-658-5720)
Church Board Sec.—LuAnn Worthley, 1603 Brendon Dr., Marlow, OK 73055
([email protected]; 580-658-5720)
Church Treas.—LuAnn Worthley, 1603 Brendon Dr., Marlow, OK 73055 ([email protected]; 580-658-5720)
Moore (Organized 1962) (059-0290)
Location—404 S. Janeway, Moore, OK 73160
(405-794-3233)
Pastor—(3/21/99) Charles “Rick” West (Patricia), 425 S.W. 45th St., Moore, OK 73160
([email protected]; 405-794-1233)
SS Supt.—Jimmy Smith, 612 S.W. 28th St., Moore, OK 73160
(405-535-9875)
NMI Pres.—Brenda Martin, 632 S.W. 10th, Moore, OK 73160
(405-912-9645)
Church Board Sec.—Brenda Martin, 632 S.W. 10th, Moore, OK 73160
(405-912-9645)
Church Treas.—Mike West, 12205 Village Ln., Oklahoma City, OK 73170
(405-414-9034)
Moore Casa Vida (NOC) (059-0018)
Location—(Mail: 301 N. Morgan Dr., Moore, OK 73160) 104 S.E. 3rd St., Moore, OK 73160
Co-Pastors—(8/4/14) Erick F. and Jacklyn Sanchez, 301 N. Morgan Dr. Moore, OK 73160
([email protected]; cell: 405-212-0246; [email protected]; cell: 405-215-1409)
Mustang (Organized 1971) (059-0295)
Location—700 E. Hwy. 152, Mustang, OK 73064
(website: www.mustangnaz.org; [email protected]; fax: 405-256-6763; 405-376-2892)
Pastor—(12/31/07) Terrill L. Armstrong (Becky), 700 E. Hwy. 152, Mustang, OK 73064
([email protected]; cell: 405-202-0346)
Associate Pastor/Children—Kym Drabenstot (Scott), 922 Tiffany Way, Mustang, OK 73064
([email protected]; cell: 405-550-0300)
Associate Pastor/Music & Worship Arts—Nathan Keever (Abby), 216 Conestoga Dr., Yukon, OK 73099
([email protected]; cell: 405-226-2377)
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Associate Pastor/Discipleship—Steve Ruby (Diane), 7712 N.W. 25th Terr., Bethany, OK 73008
([email protected]; cell: 606-465-2048)
Associate Pastor/Youth—Brett Armstrong (Ashly), 717 N. Canadian Terr., Mustang, OK 73064
([email protected]; cell: 405-519-6297)
Associate Pastor/Adult—Paul Stroud (Nettie), 721 Mato Verde Lane, Minco, OK 73059
([email protected]; 405-352-5948)
SS Supt.—Sharolyn Davis, 809 Whitetail Trail, Yukon, OK 73099
([email protected]; cell: 405-664-7328)
NYI President—Jason Limke, 1957 Cottonwood Terr. E, Mustang, OK 73064
([email protected]; cell: 405-630-6680)
Women’s Min. Dir.—Denise Brown, P.O. Box 1024, Mustang, Ok 73064 ([email protected]; 405-376-0216)
Men’s Min. Dir.—Paul Wood, 4036 S.W. 24th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73108
([email protected]; 405-443-7809)
NMI Pres.—Steve Danley, 5725 Hidden Meadow Dr., Mustang, OK 73064
([email protected]; cell: 405-308-5976)
Church Board Sec.—Maurice Moon, 316 Candylane Circle, Yukon, OK 73099
([email protected]; cell: 405-550-1947)
Church Treas.—Bobby Rader, 9801 S. Mustang Rd., Mustang, OK 73064
([email protected]; cell: 405-830-6673)
Newcastle Life Springs (Organized 2012) (059-0263)
Location—(Mail: P.O. Box 506) 705 N.W. 10th, Newcastle, OK 73065
(N/A)
Pastor—(10/27/14) Isela Estrada (Ruben), 12500 Brandy Ln., Oklahoma City, OK 73170
([email protected]; 405-410-1910)
SS Supt.—Ruben Estrada, 12500 Brandy Ln., Oklahoma City, OK 73170
([email protected]; 405-837-5265)
NMI Pres.—Mona Bright, 2285 Lee Place, Tuttle, OK 73089
([email protected]; 405-387-4109)
NYI Pres.—Jacob Estrada, 12500 Brandy Lane, Oklahoma City, OK 73170
([email protected]; 405-589-1613)
Church Board Sec.—Annetta Newton, 1721 S.E. 7th, Newcastle, OK 73065 ([email protected]; 405-387-4941)
Church Treas.—Sharon Ferguson, 319 N.E. 9th Place, Newcastle, OK 73065 ([email protected]; 405-387-3848)
Noble (Organized 1943) (059-0300)
Location—(Mail: P.O. Box 593) 4201 Maguire Rd., Noble, OK 73068
(405-872-3678)
Pastor—(Interim) Eddie Stark (Margaret), 406 N. 4th St., (P.O. Box 398), Noble, OK 73068
([email protected]; 405-577-2559)
SS Supt.—Opal Snively, 405 N. 4th St., Noble, OK 73068
([email protected]; 405-872-8780)
NMI Pres.—Louie Metseff, 6801 132nd Ave. S.E., Noble, OK 73068
([email protected]; 405-872-8884)
Church Board Sec.—Tim Snively, 405 N. 4th St., Noble, OK 73068
([email protected]; 405-872-8780)
Church Treas.—Colleena Walker, 6381 S.E. 185th, Noble, OK 73068
([email protected]; 405-899-4780)
Norman Community (Organized 1913) (059-0310)
Location—1801 N. Porter Ave., Norman, OK 73071
([email protected]; 405-321-3423)
Pastor—(11/17/04) Brent A. Hardesty (Amy), 1509 Kestrel Ct., Norman, OK 73071
([email protected]; cell: 405-410-3980)
Assoc. Pastor/Youth & Young Adults—Craig Shepperd (Anita), 820 E. Hayes, Norman, OK 73071
([email protected]; 405-436-7681)
Worship Leader—Roger Martin, 2909 Weymouth Way, Norman, OK 73071
([email protected]; 405-701-3109)
Women’s Min. Dir.—Connie Reed, 2707 Osage Way, Norman, OK 73071
([email protected]; 405-701-1451)
NMI Pres.—Linda Dech, 1804 Bellaire Dr., Moore, OK 73160
([email protected]; 903-453-5052)
NYI Pres.—Nate Stephenson, 2300 N.W. 19th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73107
([email protected]; 405-315-4118)
Church Board Pres.—Rebekah Lynam, 16989 Sooner Ave., Purcell, OK 73080
(405-576-5658)
Church Treas.—Russell Watson, 3117 Carey Pl., Moore, OK 73160
(405-609-4142)
Oklahoma City All Nations (Merger of OKC First Indian and OKC Pennsylvania Ave.) (059-0440)
(OKC Penn Ave – Organized 1922; OKC First Indian – Organized 2005; Merged – 2015)
Location—1121 N. Pennsylvania Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73107
Pastor—(9/1/96) Wayne Stark (Alice), 4500 N. Asbury, Bethany, OK 73008
([email protected]; 405-789-7156)
Music Dir.—Martha Shearer, 1706 N. Liongate, Bethany, OK 73008 ([email protected]; cell: 405-370-9679)
SS Supt.—Farrell Apple, 1332 S.W. 63rd St., Oklahoma City, OK 73159 ([email protected]; 405-681-2539)
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NMI Pres.—Pam Negrete, 4529 S.E. 25th,Del City, OK 73115
([email protected]; 405-200-6742)
NYI Pres.—Patricia Randle, 1712 N.W. 12th, Unit 1, Oklahoma City, OK 73106
(405-622-4897)
Church Board Sec.—Carroll Wilbanks, 7429 N.W. 28th Terrace, Bethany, OK 73008
([email protected]; 405-470-4592)
Church Treas.—Carroll Wilbanks, 7429 N.W. 28th Terrace, Bethany, OK 73008
([email protected]; 405-470-4592)
Oklahoma City Capitol Hill (Disorganized)
Oklahoma City Crown Heights (Organized 1945) (059-0360)
Location—920 N.W. 46th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73118
(405-524-1903)
Pastor—(11/19/99) Clifford S. Thirion (Dianne), 821 N.W. 49th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73118
([email protected]; 405-286-3304)
Music Dir.—Holly Lindsey, 8725 Aaron Dr., Oklahoma City, OK 73132
(405-412-7786)
SCMI Dir.—E. Kent Burnside, 1319 Laurel Lane, Midwest City, OK 73130
(405-650-9139)
Children’s Min. Dir.—Dianne Thirion, 821 N.W. 49th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73118
(405-286-3304)
NYI Pres.—Holly Lindsey, 8725 Aaron Dr., Oklahoma City, OK 73132
(405-412-7786)
Men’s Min. Dir.—E. Kent Burnside, 1319 Laurel Lane, Midwest City, OK 73130
(405-650-9139)
Women’s Min. Dir.—Holly Lindsey, 8725 Aaron Dr., Oklahoma City, OK 73132
(405-412-7786)
NMI Pres.—Nola Sampson, 7400 N.W. 118th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73162
(405-615-1388)
Church Board Sec.—Iona Neel, 4609 N. Mueller, Bethany, OK 73008
(405-787-1891)
Church Treas.—Shelly Gonzalez, 1101 Sundance Dr., Yukon, OK 73099
(405-373-3017)
Oklahoma City Faith, Hope & Life (formerly Oklahoma City Portland Avenue) (Organized 1955) (059-0450)
Location—(Mail: P.O. Box 270094, Oklahoma City, OK 73137), 4120 S. Portland Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73119
(405-596-2583)
Pastor—(11/1/13) Wes Dalrymple (Fran Lyons), 3719 S.W. 23rd Pl., Oklahoma City, OK 73108
(405-651-6429)
SS Supt.—Frances Lyons, 3719 S.W. 23rd Pl., Oklahoma City, OK 73108
(405-651-6429)
NYI Pres.—Jerry McKee, 3417 S. Independence, Oklahoma City, OK 73119
(405-996-2960)
Women’s Min. Dir.—Dana Huebert, 3728 S.W. 23rd St., Oklahoma City, OK 73108
(409-681-1345)
Church Board Sec.—Shirley Hluchan, P.O. Box 60, Jones, OK 73049
([email protected]; 405-514-4086)
Church Treas.—Shirley Hluchan, P.O. Box 60, Jones, OK 73049
([email protected]; 405-514-4086)
Oklahoma City First Indian (Merged with Oklahoma City Pennsylvania Avenue)
(See Oklahoma City All Nations)
Oklahoma City First Korean (Organized 1975) (059-0410)
Location—8505 S. Santa Fe, Oklahoma City, OK 73139
([email protected]; 405-632-7218)
Pastor—(2/13/05) Hyeon Hoon Lee (Hannah), 10337 Buccaneer Dr., Oklahoma City, OK 73159 (405-476-9838)
Music Dir.—Sunyung Koo, 604 S.W. 158th Terr., Oklahoma City, OK 73170
(405-202-4107)
Chr. Ed. (Dir. Min.)—Hyeon Hoon Lee, 10337 Buccaneer Dr., Oklahoma City, OK 73159
(405-476-9838)
SS Supt.—Kanghyun, Yoon, 454 Oregon Trail, Edmond, OK 73003
(cell: 417-488-8139)
Children’s Min. Dir.—Kanghyun, Yoon, 454 Oregon Trail, Edmond, OK 73003
(cell: 417-488-8139)
NYI Pres.—Bruce Kwak, 1500 N.E. 11th St., Moore, OK 73160
(405-306-1823)
Adult Min. Dir.—Hyeon Hoon Lee, 10337 Buccaneer Dr., Oklahoma City, OK 73159
(405-476-9838)
Prime Time Dir.—Young Kim, 3001 Bradford Dr., Moore, OK 73160
(405-799-6375)
Single Adult Min. Dir.—Hyeon Hoon Lee, 10337 Buccaneer Dr., Oklahoma City, OK 73159
(405-735-3801)
Men’s Min. Dir.—Sangmok, Lee, 950 S. I-35 Service Rd., #1309, Oklahoma City, OK
(cell: 918-520-0282)
Women’s Min. Dir.—Kyunghee, Lee, 4905 S.W. 130th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73173
(405-308-2051)
NMI Pres.—Mikyung, Hong, 4900 S.E. 88th Terr., Oklahoma City, OK 73125
(405-204-5670)
Work & Witness Coord.—Sangmok, Lee, 950 S. I-35 Service Rd., #1309, Oklahoma City, OK (cell: 918-520-0282)
Church Board Sec.—Minsung Koo, 604 S.W. 158th Terr., Oklahoma City, OK 73170
(405-202-4107)
Church Treas.—Kwang Yi, 8305 N.W. 62nd St., Oklahoma City, OK 73132
(405-204-4810)
Oklahoma City JesuCristo Luz de Verdad (Organized 2015) (059-0019)
Location—(Mail: 2938 S.W. 18th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73108) 3412 S. Shartel, Oklahoma City, OK 73109
(405-634-2222)
Pastor—(8/25/13) Luis Vieyra (Veronica), 2938 S.W. 18th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73108
([email protected]; 405-503-5960)
SS Supt.—Ricardo Minjares, 2938 S.W. 18th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73108
(405-859-5547)
Church Board Sec.—Javier Tello, 2938 S.W. 18th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73108
Church Treasurer—Hana Luna, 2938 S.W. 18th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73108
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Oklahoma City May Avenue (Organized 1945) (059-0420)
Location—2940 S.W. 11th, Oklahoma City, OK 73108
(405-681-2562)
Pastor—(9/8/06) Kelly B. Griffith (Sheri), 4601 N. Mueller Ave., Bethany, OK 73008
([email protected]; 405-226-1771)
Assoc. Pastor—Bryant Dougharty (Lauren), 8109 N.W. 31st Terr., Bethany, OK 73008
([email protected]; 405-317-8186)
Music Dir.—Kyle Chilton, 8917 Sowell Rd., Choctaw, OK 73120
([email protected]; 405-919-4960)
SS Supt.—Kyle Chilton II, 2617 S.W. 62nd St., Oklahoma City, OK 73159 ([email protected]; 405-919-4905)
NYI Pres.—Katie Stephan, 3740 N.W. 33rd St., Oklahoma City, OK 73112
([email protected]; 405-464-7033)
Prime Time Dir.—Barbara Eaton, 2829 S.W. 66th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73159
(405-685-1712)
Single Adult Min. Dir.—Mary Rogers, 2613 Sycamore St., Oklahoma City, OK 73128
(405-681-8750)
Men’s Min. Dir.—John Brown, 8100 Blackberry Hill, Choctaw, OK 73020
(405-391-5347)
Women’s Min. Dir.—Lyndsie Dallas, 3318 S.E. 15th St., Del City, OK 73115
([email protected]; 405-627-7782)
NMI Pres.—Cassie Brown, 717 Winter Park, Blanchard, OK 73010
([email protected]; 405-795-1522)
Church Board Sec.—Paula Edwards, 8101 Blackberry Hill Dr., Choctaw, OK 73020
([email protected]; 405-615-7339)
Church Treas.—Barbara Chilton, 8917 Sowell Rd., Choctaw, OK 73120
([email protected]; 405-249-0494)
Oklahoma City Pennsylvania Avenue (Merged with Oklahoma City First Indian)
(See Oklahoma City All Nations)
Oklahoma City Portland Avenue (See Oklahoma City Faith, Hope & Life)
Oklahoma City Providence (Organized 1950) (059-0455)
Location—(Mail: P.O. Box 1393, Bethany, OK 73008) 2701 N. Kelley, Oklahoma City, OK 73111 (405-427-0108)
Pastor—Terry Edwards (Janice), (Interim), P.O. Box 1393, Bethany, OK 73008
([email protected]; 405-787-4601)
Assoc. Minister—Curtiss Petties (Helen), 212 N.W. 85th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73114
(405-843-7309)
Music Dir.—Janice Edwards, 4601 N. Donald, Bethany, OK 73008
([email protected]; 405-787-4601)
SS Supt.—Curtiss Petties, 212 N.W. 85th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73114
(405-843-7309)
NMI Pres.—Mildred Davis, 2528 N.W. 117th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73120
([email protected]; 405-752-9425)
Church Board Sec.—Mildred Davis, 2528 N.W. 117th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73120
([email protected]; 405-752-9425)
Church Treas.—Mildred Davis, 2528 N.W. 117th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73120
([email protected]; 405-752-9425)
Oklahoma City ROC (Organized 2000) (059-0299)
Location—7710 N.W. 10th Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73127
(Website: www.rocchurchokc.org; e-mail: [email protected]; fax: 405-440-9995; 405-787-0005)
Pastor—(06/15/08) Richard Schneberger (Sara), 612 Westwood Dr., Oklahoma City, OK 73127
([email protected]; 405-589-0686)
Asst. Pastor—Beckie Berry, 7189 N.W. 16th St., Bethany, OK 73008
([email protected]; 405-314-7517)
Exec. Pastor—Austin Troyer (Katie), 7104 N.W. 43rd, #10, Bethany, OK 73008
([email protected]; 405-420-1515)
Pastoral Care— Jacqueline Crenshaw, 3807 N. Rockwell, #120, Bethany, OK 73008
([email protected]; 405-787-4378)
Youth & Worship Pastor—Brendon Weaver, 1030 N. Doris, Oklahoma City, OK 73127
([email protected]; 405-924-3447)
Children’s Pastor—Jennifer Couchman (Ken), 7632 N.W. 12th, Oklahoma City, OK 73127
([email protected]; 405-684-0943)
NMI President—Howard Culbertson, 5901 N.W. 81st St., Oklahoma City, OK 73132
([email protected]; 405-721-1915)
Church Board Sec.—Howard Culbertson, 5901 N.W. 81st St., Oklahoma City, OK 73132
([email protected]; 405-721-1915)
Church Treas.—Jan Clarkson, 8924 N.W. 84th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73132 ([email protected]; 405-722-0024)
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Oklahoma City Rosa de Saron (Organized 2012) (059-0002)
Location—(Mail: 2951 N.W. 48th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73112), 4120 S. Portland Ave., Oklahoma City, OK
73112
(405-685-5851)
Pastor—(4/15/12) Nicolas Becerra (Araceli), 2951 N.W. 48th St., Oklahoma City 73112
([email protected]; 405-512-8331)
Oklahoma City SouthPointe (Organized 1943) (059-0460)
Location—400 S. W. 104th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73139-9001
(405-799-2500)
Pastor—(1/27/08) Doug Vernier (Donna), 5816 Cheyenne Ct., Warr Acres, OK 73132
([email protected]; 405-229-1635)
SS Supt.—Donitta Gee, 3301 S.W. 24th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73109
(405-824-5979)
NMI Pres.—Ellen Lewis, 2621 S.W. 60th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73159
(405-606-8717)
NYI Pres.—Jay Seymour, 6612 N.W. 42nd St., #2612, Bethany, OK 73008
([email protected]; 405-496-0292)
Church Board Sec.—Kathy Moore, 744 Camelot, Moore, OK 73160
(405-794-0736)
Church Treas.—Brenda Baber, 1518 Oakhurst Ave., Norman, OK 73071
(405-360-6592)
Oklahoma City Trinity (Organized 1935) (059-0480)
Location—7301 S. Walker, Oklahoma City, OK 73139
(Website: www.tcnokc.com; e-mail: [email protected]; fax: 405-632-3374; 405-632-3307)
Pastor—(4/16/12) Doug Runyan (Pam), 10701 Fairway Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73170
([email protected]; 405-740-4562)
Executive Pastor—Gabriela Rodriguez (Sergio), 15101 Todd Way, Oklahoma City, OK 73170
([email protected]; cell: 405-514-4382)
Worship / College Min.—Bryan Powell (Lacy), 7604 Harold Dr., Yukon, OK 73099
([email protected]; 405-822-1326)
Pastor of Student Min.—Travis Lee (Calitita), 617 E. Juniper Lane, Mustang, OK 73064
([email protected]; 479-616-8800)
Pastor of Hispanic Min.—Sergio Rodriguez (Gaby), 15101 Todd Way, Oklahoma City, OK 73170
([email protected]; cell: 405-514-5163)
Children’s Ministries Dir.—Amber Gunter (Jason), 12216 S. Villa, Oklahoma City, OK 73170
([email protected]; 405-470-4494)
Celebrate Life Dir.—Pam Runyan (Doug), 10701 Fairway Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73170
([email protected]; cell: 405-740-3927)
Min. of Community Outreach—Stephanie Polito, 404 S.W. 51st St., Oklahoma City, OK 73109
([email protected]; 405-729-1883)
SS Supt.—Jeanne Griffin, 329 S.W. 103rd St., Oklahoma City, OK 73139
([email protected]; 405-793-7592)
NYI Pres.—Jason Milligan, 1913 S.W. 9th, Newcastle, OK 73065
([email protected]; 405-392-3879)
NMI Pres.—Stephanie Polito, 404 S.W. 51st St., Oklahoma City, OK 73109
([email protected]; 405-729-1883)
Work & Witness Coord.—Ken Kieltyka, 7906 Scotch Lane, Tuttle, OK 73089
(405-392-4719)
CLT Dir.—Gabriela Rodriguez, 15101 Todd Way, Oklahoma City, OK 73170
([email protected]; 405-514-4382)
Church Board Sec.—Molly Ray, 15725 S.E. 104th St., Choctaw, OK 73020
([email protected]; 405-386-2604)
Church Treas.—Jonell Kieltyka, 7906 Scotch Lane, Tuttle, OK 73089
(405-503-6205)
Oklahoma City Western Oaks (Organized 1965) (059-0485)
Location—7901 N.W. 16th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73127
(Website: www.wonaz.com; [email protected]; fax: 405-787-2042; 405-787-2042)
Pastor—(10/5/08) Hardy Powers III (Joanie), 11708 Blue Bell Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73162
([email protected]; 405-470-7636)
Assoc. Pastor—Tom Rupert (Beverly), 7307 N.W. 105th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73162
([email protected]; 405-213-5423)
Worship Pastor—Eric Ponder, 4209 N. Libby Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73122
([email protected]; cell: 832-492-7239)
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Pastor of Hispanic Min.—Eddie Espino (Elizabeth), 7819 N.W. 16 St., Oklahoma City, OK 73127
([email protected]; 405-819-1914)
Dir. Pastoral Counseling—Daniel K. Palmer (Celia), 4805 N. Donald Ave., Bethany, OK 73008
([email protected]; 405-495-7978)
Youth Pastors—Brianna Shay, 6809 N.W. 44th St., Bethany, OK 73008 (Oklahoma City Western Oaks)
([email protected]; 405-248-2988)
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Chris Yarbrough, 2213 W. Spruce Ave., Duncan, OK 73533 (Oklahoma City Western Oaks)
([email protected]; cell: 580-606-1531)
College Min. Dir.—Ben Ponder, 4209 N. Libby Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73122
([email protected]; cell: 386-320-9137)
SS Supt.—Richard Roedl, 3504 Chesterfield Place, Oklahoma City, Ok 73179 ([email protected]; 405-409-5673)
Women’s Min. Dir.—Joanie Powers, 11708 Blue Bell Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73162
([email protected]; 405-204-7618)
Children’s Pastor—Kaylyn Messer, 6488 N. Warren Ave. #170, Oklahoma City, OK 73116
([email protected]; cell: 972-465-0631)
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Assistant to Pastor—Ashlee Macomber, 4020 N.W. 33 St., Oklahoma City, OK 73112
([email protected]: 405-537-8748)
Men’s Min. Dir.—Greg Grimaud, 7508 N.W. 129th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73142
([email protected]; 405-603-5383)
NMI Pres.—Lydia Marzouk, 4316 N.W. 27th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73107 ([email protected]; 405-885-4753)
Church Board Sec.—Jason McWilliams, 4504 N. Donald, Bethany, OK 73008
([email protected]; 405-206-4003)
Church Treas.—Helene Carson, 4517 Prue Sand Dr., Yukon, OK 73099
([email protected]; 405-350-7296)
Oklahoma City Woodson Park (Organized 1970) (059-0495)
Location—2700 S. Independence, Oklahoma City, OK 73108
(405-685-3052)
Pastor—(2/5/12) Darren Sims (Joy), 2700 S. Independence, Oklahoma City, OK 73108
([email protected]; cell: 405-509-1912)
Assoc. Pastor—Elbert Isley (Lafern), 936 S.W. 49th, Oklahoma City, OK 73109 (Oklahoma City Woodson Park)
(405-635-0602)
Music Dir.—Larry Boatman, 1346 Magdalena Dr., Oklahoma City, OK 73119 (Oklahoma City Woodson Park)
(405-632-2205)
SS Supt.—James Coffey, 5632 N.W. 61st, Warr Acres, OK 73122
(405-722-5632)
Children’s Min. Dir.—Dolly Combs, 3221 S.W. 21st St., Oklahoma City, OK 73108
(405-685-4936)
NYI Pres.—Brandon Sims, 2700 S. Independence, Oklahoma City, OK 73108
(405-962-8711)
Women’s Min. Dir.—Nell Coffey, 5632 N.W. 61st, Warr Acres, OK 73122
(405-722-5632)
NMI Pres.—Ruth Hall, 6721 S.W. 59th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73179
(405-745-2238)
Church Board Sec.—Ruth Hall, 6721 S.W. 59th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73179
(405-745-2238)
Church Treas.—Albert Hall, 7901 Ingram Dr. #B, Oklahoma City, OK 73162
(405-603-5172)
Pauls Valley (Organized 1937) (059-0500)
Location—(Mail: P.O. Box 132) 224 N. Pecan, Pauls Valley, OK 73075
(fax: 405-238-3141; 405-238-3141)
Pastor—(3/17/91) Claude Ledbetter (Rhonda), 1412 S. Walnut, Pauls Valley, OK 73075
([email protected]; 405-238-2804)
Music Dir.—Mark Gammill, Rte. 2, Box 162-A, Pauls Valley, OK 73075
([email protected]; 405-238-5712)
SS Supt.—Roberta Keeling, P.O. Box 665, Stratford, OK 73872
([email protected]; 580-759-2356)
NYI Pres.—John Carnell, 106 Forest St., Pauls Valley, OK 73075
([email protected]; 405-444-0498)
Women’s Min. Dir.—Lori Miller, 11 Crown Point, Pauls Valley, OK 73075
([email protected]; 405-238-6842)
NMI Pres.—Rhonda Ledbetter, 1412 S. Walnut, Pauls Valley, OK 73075 ([email protected]; 405-238-2804)
Work & Witness Coord.—Gavin Thompson, 108 Allen Rd., Pauls Valley, OK 73075
([email protected]; 405-268-1451)
Church Board Sec.—Roberta Keeling, P.O. Box 665, Stratford, OK 74872
([email protected]; 580-759-2356)
Church Treas.—Debbie Gammill, 39754 E. CR 1520, Pauls Valley, OK 73075
(405-238-5712)
Snyder (Organized 1952) (059-0550)
Location—602 D Street, Snyder, OK 73566
(580-569-2332)
Pastor—(3/1/99) Thomas Snider (Sharon), 22532 E. 1080 Rd., Clinton, OK 73601
([email protected]; 580-323-2080)
SS Supt.—Van Pollard, 23037 E. 1647 Rd., Snyder, OK 73566
(580-569-4534)
NMI Pres.—Sharon Snider, 22532 E. 1080 Rd., Clinton, OK 73601
(580-323-2080)
Church Board Sec.—Sharon Snider, 22532 E. 1080 Rd., Clinton, OK 73601
(580-323-2080)
Church Treas.—Sharon Snider, 22532 E. 1080 Rd., Clinton, OK 73601
(580-323-2080)
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Tuttle (Organized 1928) (059-0570)
Location—(Mail: P.O. Box 306) 708 E. Main St., Tuttle, OK 73089
(405-381-3082)
Pastor—(08/04/13) Phillip Innis (Becky), P.O. Box 306, Tuttle, OK 73089
Chase ([email protected]; cell: 405-430-3709)
DMI Pres.—Megan George, 12701 Natasha Way, Yukon, OK 73099
(405-234-0299)
Prime Time Dir.—Jan Ellis, 4701 E. Hwy. 37, Tuttle, OK 73089
(405-381-4394)
NMI Pres.—Barbara Neuenswander, 111 Ashley Circle, Tuttle, OK 73089
(405-387-9670)
Church Board Sec.—Marla Box, 100 N. Frisco RD, Tuttle, OK 73089
(405-320-1514)
Church Treas.—Jan Ellis, 4701 E. Hwy. 37, Tuttle, OK 73089
(405-381-4394)
Walters (Organized 1932) (059-0590)
Location—(Mail: 211 E. Colorado) 201 E. Colorado St., Walters, OK 73572
([email protected]; 580-875-2112)
Pastor—(3/17/99) Paul A. Metcalfe (Lisa), 211 E. Colorado St., Walters, OK 73572
([email protected]; 580-875-2447)
Music Dir.—Lisa Metcalfe, 211 E. Colorado St., Walters, OK 73572 ([email protected]; 580-875-2447)
SS Supt.—Paul Bowles, Rte. 1, Box 51C, Waurika, OK 73573
(580-591-1215)
NYI Pres.—Kaitlyn Metcalfe, 211 E. Colorado St., Walters, OK 73572
(580-875-2447)
NMI Pres.—Pat Dowlen, Rte. 1, Box 56, Temple, OK 73568
(580-342-5161)
Prison Ministry Dir.—Ron Morse, 511 E. Colorado St., Waurika, OK 73572
(580-704-4485)
Prime Time Min. Dir.—Susan Taylor, P.O. Box 103, Walters, OK 73572
(580-585-0934)
Women’s Min. Dir.—Angela Fremin, 309 W. Ohio, Walters, OK 73572
(580-583-6888)
Men’s Min. Dir.—Wayne Wilson, 4905 S.E. Randolph Road, Lawton, OK 73501
(580-357-3265)
Church Board Sec.—Pat Dowlen, Rte. 1, Box 56, Temple, OK 73568
(580-342-5161)
Church Treas.—Angel Bowles, Rte. 1, Box 51C, Waurika, OK 73573
(580-591-1215)
Waurika (Organized 1922) (059-0600)
Location—(Mail: P.O. Box 93) 410 E. B St., Waurika, OK 73573
(405-642-1513)
Pastor—(12/8/14) B. T. Richardson (Vicki), 2118 Cardinal Rd., Ardmore, OK 73401
([email protected]; 580-277-0025)
Church Board Sec.—Regina Anthony, Rte. 2, Box 229, Waurika, OK 73573
([email protected]; 580-228-2883)
Church Treas.—Sheila Wall, Rte. 2, Box 128A, Waurika, OK 73573
(580-228-3348)
Weatherford (Organized 1936) (059-0610)
Location—301 W. Franklin, Weatherford, OK 73096
([email protected]; fax: 580-772-3471; 580-772-3471)
Pastor—(1/15/07) Jeffrey Sikes (Karola), 215 N. 8th St., Weatherford, OK 73096
([email protected]; 580-772-0064)
Assoc. Pastor / Children—Karola Sikes (Jeff), 215 N. 8th St., Weatherford, OK 73096
([email protected]; 580-772-0064)
Music Dir.—Jason Cornelius, 132 McKenzie, Weatherford, OK 73096 ([email protected]; 580-772-2831)
SS Supt.—Karola Sikes, 215 N. 8th St., Weatherford, OK 73096
([email protected]; 580-772-0064)
NYI Pres.—Brooke Douglas, 132 McKenzie, Weatherford, OK 73096
([email protected]; 580-772-2831)
NMI Pres.—Jonathan Flynn, 105 W. University, #L4, Weatherford, Ok 73096
([email protected]; 580-774-2711)
Church Board Sec.—Teresa Wardell, 521 W. Arapaho, Weatherford, OK 73096
([email protected]; 580-772-3169)
Church Treas.—Teresa Wardell, 521 W. Arapaho, Weatherford, OK 73096 ([email protected]; 580-772-3169)
Yukon First (Organized 1925) (059-0630)
Location—525 E. Main, Yukon, OK 73099
(Website: www.yukonfirst.com; [email protected]; fax: 405-354-4823; 405-354-4822)
Pastor—(07/18/10) Gary Reynolds (Jenny), 4701 Elk Run, Yukon, OK 73099
([email protected];405-354-2248)
Assoc. Pastor—Kent Mullens (Michelle), 617 S. 8th St., Yukon, OK 73099 ([email protected]; 405-354-2827)
Assoc. Pastor for Ministry to Children & Senior Adults—Lois Casey, 6 Dianna Dr., Yukon, OK 73099
([email protected]; 405-354-2097)
Dir. of Music—Edward Hudson, 2331 Westlawn Pl., Oklahoma City, OK 73112
([email protected]; cell: 405-406-6024)
SS Supt.—Keith Pierce, 305 Fairbanks Way, Yukon, OK 73099
([email protected]; cell: 405-831-4974)
NYI Pres.—Aaron Garrett, 129 W. Parkland, Yukon, OK 73099
([email protected]; 405-640-4366)
Prime Time Dirs.—Carl & Sharon Odle, 10437 Dover Dr., Yukon, OK 73099
([email protected]; 405-708-2880)
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NMI Pres.—Cindy Powell, 201 E. Grand Teton Ct., Yukon, OK 73099
([email protected]; 405-354-8044)
Women’s Ministry Dir.—Gayle Cameron, 12217 Royal Coach Dr., Yukon, OK 73099
([email protected]; 405-373-3370)
Web Master—Josh Coley, 4632 N.W. 19th, #50, Oklahoma City, OK 73127
([email protected]; cell: 405-824-8356)
Church Board Sec.—Chuck Crow, 11708 Charleston Way, Yukon, OK 73099
([email protected]; cell: 405-641-0003)
Church Treas.—Calvin Taylor, 204 Choctaw Place, Yukon, OK 73099
([email protected]; 405.354.0534)
F. ORDAINED ELDERS
Role Code Designations
CED—Christian Education Minister
CHP—Chaplain
DA—District Assignment
DIA—District Interim Assigned
DS—District Superintendent
EDU—Education
ESR—Evangelism Service, Retired
EVC—Evangelist, Commissioned
EVR—Evangelist, Registered
EVT—Evangelist, Tenured
GA—General Assignment
GS—General Superintendent
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PAS—Pastor
PSV-FT—Pastoral Service, Full-Time
PSV-PT—Pastoral Service, Part-Time
RA—Retired, Assigned
RU—Retired, Unassigned
SEC—Song Evangelist, Commissioned
SER—Song Evangelist, Registered
SPC—Special Service/Interdenominational
STU—Student
TRF—In Process of Transfer
U—Unassigned
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Andrade, Alfredo, 6307 N.W. 37th St., Bethany, OK 73008 (Oklahoma City ROC)
([email protected]; 405-520-6157)
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Apple, Jerry Dale, P.O. Box 86, Davis, OK 73030 (Oklahoma City Trinity)
([email protected]; 405-209-3435)
PSV-FT Armstrong, Brett James, 717 N. Canadian Terr., Mustang, OK 73064 (Mustang)
([email protected]; cell: 405-519-6297)
PAS
Armstrong, Terrill L., 108 S. Nelson Dr., Mustang, OK 73064 (Mustang)
([email protected]; cell: 405-202-0346; 405-376-2892)
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Atkinson, Thomas D., 318 N. Grigsby Rd., Newcastle, OK 73065 (Newcastle Life Springs)
(405-227-6251)
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Baird, Stephen K., P.O. Box 243, Newcastle, OK 73065 (Oklahoma City Trinity)
([email protected]; 405-812-4352)
PAS
Barkley, Robert K., 1003 Kathy’s Pl., Elk City, OK 73644 (Elk City)
([email protected]; cell: 580-374-7046; 580-225-0585)
PAS
Becerra, Nicolas, 2951 N.W. 48th St., Oklahoma City 73112 (Oklahoma City Rosa de Saron)
(405-512-8331)
PAS
Bender, Jonathan Charles, 3114 N. Hammond Ave., Bethany, OK 73008 (Bethany Jernigan
Memorial)
([email protected]; cell: 513-673-7624;405-789-2253)
PAS
Bennett, Gordon, 1320 Frisco Ave., Clinton, OK 73601 (Clinton)
([email protected]; cell: 580-445-0799; 580-323-1517)
PSV-PT Berry, Beckie Lynn, 7189 N.W. 16th St., Bethany, OK 73008 (Oklahoma City ROC Church)
([email protected]; 405-314-7517)
RA
Bilyeu, Larry R., 4609 S.E. 42nd, Del City, OK 73115 (Oklahoma City Trinity)
([email protected]; 405-627-6183)
U
Blake, Dale A., 11744 Blue Moon Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73162 (Bethany Calvary)
([email protected]; 405-435-9455)
RU
Boatman, Larry K., 1346 Magdalena Dr., Oklahoma City, OK 73119 (Oklahoma City Woodson
Park)
(405-632-2205)
RA
Boles, Billy J., 3501 Salter St., Duncan, OK 73533 (Duncan Heritage Oaks)
([email protected]; 580-252-8016)
SPC
Bollinger, Nicholas Isaac, 8026 N.W. 80th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73132(Oklahoma City
Western Oaks)
([email protected]; cell 303-898-4229)
SPC
Bond, Richard D., (mail: 2132 W. Park Pl., Oklahoma City, OK 73107) 6317 Chatham Rd.,
Oklahoma City, OK 73132 (Oklahoma City All Nations)
([email protected]; 405-410-8082)
RA
Bowers, Charles H., P.O. Box 83, Cache, OK 73527 (Komah Memorial)
(n/a)
RA
Boyd, Sally Jo, 1404 Superior St., P.O. Box 656, Plains, KS 67869 (Chickasha)
([email protected]; 620-655-6648)
RA
Boyd, Wallace Neil, 1404 Superior St., P.O. Box 656, Plains, KS 67869 (Chickasha)
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([email protected]; 620-655-6648)
Boyt, Connie Dee, 2009 6th Ave. N.W., Ardmore, OK 73401 (Ardmore First)
([email protected]; 580-224-2977)
U
Brewster, Ricky Lee, P.O. Box 1411, Clinton, OK 73601 (Clinton)
([email protected]; 405-623-7479)
RU
Browning, James D., P.O. Box 35, Waldron, AR 72958 (Bethany Jernigan Memorial)
(479-207-5009)
SPC
Buck, Wendall G., P.O. Box 209, Elgin, OK 73538 (Lawton First)
([email protected]; 580-512-0233)
U
Buettner, Harlan, 13220 Green Valley Dr., Oklahoma City, OK 73120 (Oklahoma City
Western Oaks)
([email protected]; 405-823-3909)
RU
Bunch, Gary W., 613 3rd St., Lone Wolf, OK 73655 (Altus First)
([email protected]; 580-846-9024)
CHP
Cahill Sr., John Russell., 205 W. Market St., Anadarko, OK 73005 (Anadarko)
([email protected]; 405-638-2518)
PAS
Calfy, Lena Ann, 602 W. Indiana St., Walters, OK 73572 (Emerson)
([email protected]; 580-875-2051)
RU
Campbell, Larry R., 9 Power Lane Pl., Decatur, IL 62522 (Norman Community)
([email protected]; 405-388-2882)
RU
Cantrell, J. Wallace, 1708 Flamingo Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73127 (Oklahoma City
Western Oaks)
([email protected]; 405-787-5282)
CHP
Chew, Richard L., 2043 Yorkshire Dr., Midwest City, OK 73130 (Oklahoma City Trinity)
([email protected]; 405-834-5944)
CHP/ Cole, Ronald H., 1809 N.W. 175th St., Edmond, OK 73012 (Bethany Calvary)
PSV-PT
([email protected]; 405-361-1669)
RA
Cook, Danny M., 900 Gartrell Place, #27, Weatherford, OK 73096 (Weatherford) (580-330-2658)
DS
Cooper, Jim G., 3200 Chesterfield Pl., Oklahoma City, OK 73179 (Oklahoma City Providence)
([email protected]; 405-922-7163)
PSV-FT Couchman, Jennifer M., 7632 N.W. 12th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73127 (Oklahoma City
ROC Church)
([email protected]; 405-684-0943)
SPC
Couchman, Kenneth L., 7632 N.W. 12th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73127 (Oklahoma City
ROC Church)
([email protected]; 405-470-2209)
PSV-PT Crenshaw, Jacqueline V., 3807 N. Rockwell, #120, Bethany, OK 73008 (Oklahoma City ROC
Church)
([email protected]; 405-787-4378)
DA
Crow, Charles Delmar, 11708 Charleston Way, Yukon, OK 73099 (Yukon First)
([email protected]; 405-641-0003)
EDU
Culbertson, Howard R., 5901 N.W. 81st, Oklahoma City, OK 73132 (Oklahoma City ROC Church)
([email protected]; 405-740-4149)
RA
Danner, Alberta Dorrance, 1810 N. Rockwell Ave., #141, Bethany, OK 73008 (Oklahoma City
Western Oaks)
(405-603-5150)
RA
Dech, Ronald Perry, 1804 Bellaire Dr., Moore, OK 73160 (Norman Community)
([email protected]; 913-453-2289)
RA
Dewey, Frank E., 8210 N.W. 30th St., Bethany, Bethany, OK 73008 (Bethany Calvary)
([email protected]; 405-501-3531)
SPC
Donovan, Kristen Lynn, 1724 N.W. 33rd St., Oklahoma City, OK 73118
(Oklahoma City All Nations)
([email protected]; 405-822-2250)
PSV-FT Drabenstot, Kymberly Ann, 922 N. Tiffany Way, Mustang, OK 73064 (Mustang)
([email protected]; 405-550-0300)
PAS
Edwards, Terry W., P.O. Box 1393, Bethany, OK 73008 (Oklahoma City Providence)
([email protected]; 405-787-4601)
RA
Els, Herbert D., 6717 N.W. 26th St., Bethany, OK 73008 (Oklahoma City May Avenue)
(405-787-4241)
PAS
Estrada, Maria Isela, 12500 Brandy Ln., Oklahoma City, OK 73170 (Newcastle Life
Springs)
([email protected]; 405-410-1910)
RA
Fletcher, Ray A., 24 W. Pheasant Ln., Lawton, OK 73507 (Lawton Heights)
(580-529-3346)
PAS
Fryar, Mark Thomas, 1020 W. Elm St., El Reno, OK 73036 (El Reno)
([email protected]; 405-262-1576)
U
Funderburk, Richard L., 912 Greenfield Ave., Yukon, OK 73099 (Mustang)
([email protected]; cell: 405-898-7139)
U
Galbraith, Howard Dale, 2536 Heinemann Dr., Valley Springs, CA 95252 (Anadarko)
([email protected]; 209-256-6716)
U
Geiger, LaMonte M., 3921 S.E. 46th, Oklahoma City, OK 73135 (Oklahoma City Trinity)
PAS
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([email protected]; 720-227-3461)
Griffith, Kelly Brenton., 4601 N. Mueller Ave., Bethany, OK 73008 (Oklahoma City May Avenue)
([email protected]; cell: 405-226-1771; 405-495-3850)
CHP
Hanson, Margaret L., P.O. Box 1754, 8205 N.W. 36th Terr., Bethany, OK 73008 (Oklahoma City
Western Oaks)
([email protected]; 573-772-0507)
PAS
Hardesty, Brent Alan., 1509 Kestrel Ct., Norman, OK 73071 (Norman Community)
([email protected]; cell: 405-410-3980; 405-310-3634)
RA
Hart, Delbert M., 3721 24th Ave. S.E., #1, Norman, OK 73071 (Norman Community)
([email protected]; 405-537-5136)
RA
Hayes, Richard J., 401 S. 7th St., Comanche, OK 73529 (Waurika)
(580-439-2460)
PAS
Hill, James S., 7613 N.W. 38th St., Bethany, OK 73008 (Bethany Calvary)
([email protected]; cell: 405-210-2458; 405-603-7657)
RA
Hill, Lonnie C., 18101 McCann Dr., Noble, OK 73068 (Noble)
([email protected]; 405-899-4582)
RA
Hockett, Gilbert L., 5234 S. Land Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73119 (Oklahoma City
SouthPointe)
([email protected]; 405-680-0189)
U
Hull, Marcus D., 301 E. Grand Teton Ct., Yukon, OK 73099 (El Reno)
([email protected]; 405-354-7843)
RA
Hunter, Larry D., 4585 S. Banner Rd., El Reno, OK 73036 (Mustang)
(405-483-5299)
RA/DIA Ikner, James Daniel, 21555 W. Gore Blvd., Indiahoma, OK 73552 (Hollis)
(580-429-4488)
PAS
Innis, Phillip M., P.O. Box 306, 706 E. Main, Tuttle, OK 73089 (Tuttle)
([email protected]; cell: 405-430-3709)
RA
Isley, Elbert T., 936 S.W. 49th, Oklahoma City, OK 73109 (Oklahoma City Woodson Park)
(405-635-0602)
PAS
Izaguirre, Cristobal, 224 S. 7th St., Clinton, OK 73601 (Clinton Milagro de Dios)
(580-323-5510)
U
Johnson, Carl Wayne, 114 N. Circle, Weatherford, OK 73096 (Weatherford)
([email protected]; 580-302-1922)
CHP/EVR Jones, Terry L., 530 S. Pleasant View Dr., Mustang, OK 73064 (Newcastle Life Springs)
([email protected]; 405-503-3008)
U
Kinnamon, Melanie D., 1101 Cedarcrest St., Norman, OK 73071 (Oklahoma City Trinity)
([email protected]; 405-573-9297)
CHP
Knight, Dennis E., 11713 N. 1970 Rd., Elk City, OK 73644 (Bethany Calvary)
([email protected]; 580-225-2209)
CHP
Knutson, Miles D., 4220 N. Reeder Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73122 (Oklahoma City
ROC Church)
([email protected]; 405-694-3896)
PAS
Koscheski, Curtis L., 1308 Berkshire Way. Anadarko, OK 73005 (Anadarko)
([email protected]; cell: 334-301-1995; 405-247-5622)
PAS
Ledbetter, Claude S., 1412 S. Walnut, Pauls Valley, OK 73075 (Pauls Valley)
([email protected]; cell: 405-207-7852; 405-238-2804)
PAS
Lee, Hyeon-Hoon, 10337 Buccaneer Dr., Oklahoma City, OK 73159 (Oklahoma City First Korean)
([email protected]; cell: 405-476-9838)
PSV-FT Lee, Travis Jayden, 617 E. Juniper Ln., Mustang, OK 73064 (Oklahoma City Trinity)
([email protected]; 479-616-8800)
PAS
Mauldin, Lee Jay, (P.O. Box 1182) 402 S. Elm, Erick, OK 73645 (Erick)
([email protected]; cell: 580-799-0370)
CHP
Meisner, Wesley D., 201 Highland Glen, Norman, OK 73069 (Norman Community)
([email protected]; 405-708-3048)
PAS
Metcalfe, Paul A., 211 E. Colorado St., Walters, OK 73572 (Walters)
([email protected]; cell: 580-512-9005; 580-875-2447)
GA
Miller, George Manley, c/o Global Ministry Center, 17001 Prairie Star Parkway, Lenexa, KS
66220 (Carnegie)
RA
Moyer, Brance E., 5204 N.W. 47th St., Warr Acres, OK 73122 (Bethany Calvary)
([email protected]; 405-440-2867)
PSV-FT Mullens, Kent E., 617 S. 8th St., Yukon, OK 73099 (Yukon First)
([email protected]; 405-826-0072)
PAS
Murray, Michael D., 1707 N.W. Lincoln Ave., Lawton, OK 73507 (Lawton Heights)
([email protected]; cell: 580-284-8387; 580-357-2092)
RA
Murrow, Robert L., 1901 Janeen St., Yukon, OK 73099 (Yukon First)
(405-354-9701)
RA
Naeve, Paul, 800 E. Cypress St., Altus, OK 73521 (Altus First)
(580-480-0191)
PSV-PT Neal, Janet Mina, 413 Sage Brush Rd., Yukon, OK 73099 (Canadian Hills)
([email protected]; 405-826-5989)
RU
Odle, Arthur Carl, 10437 Dover Dr., Yukon, OK 73099 (Yukon First)
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([email protected]; 405-708-2880)
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Pack, Glenn E., 114 Oakwood Dr., Tuttle, OK 73089 (Tuttle)
([email protected]; 405-517-1470)
PSV-PT Palmer, Daniel Kevin, 4805 N. Donald, Bethany, OK 73008 (Oklahoma City Western Oaks)
([email protected]; 405-503-5039)
U
Parsons, Carl William (Bill), 7428 N.W. 106th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73162 (Oklahoma City
Providence)
([email protected]; 405-833-4860)
PAS
Penner, Chad Allen, 341 E. Platt Dr., Yukon, OK 73099 (Canadian Hills)
([email protected]; cell: 832-407-5995)
PAS
Perkins III, William G., (P.O. Box 624) 14 E. Ash, Carnegie, OK 73015 (Carnegie)
(cell: 580-956-9310; 580-654-1505)
RA
Porter, Edwin L., 301 N. Kentucky Ave., Mangum, OK 73554 (Mangum)
([email protected]; 580-782-9275)
PAS
Powers III, Hardy, 11708 Blue Bell Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73162 (Oklahoma City Western
Oaks)
([email protected]; cell: 405-209-7338; 405-470-7636)
RA
Price, Jim D., 412 W. Virginia Ave., Anadarko, OK 73005 (Anadarko)
(405-933-4045)
RU
Reed, Donald Ray, 2707 Osage Way, Norman, OK 73071 (Norman Community)
([email protected]; 405-701-1451)
RU
Reeves, Erma L., 7200 N.W. 46th St., Bethany, OK 73008 (Bethany Calvary)
(405-495-8734)
PAS
Reynolds, Gary Lee, 4701 Elk Run, Yukon, OK 73099 (Yukon First)
([email protected]; 405-354-2248)
PAS
Richardson, Barney T., 2118 Cardinal Rd., Ardmore, OK 73401 (Waurika)
([email protected]; 580-277-0025)
PSV-PT Rickert, Roger, 112 Coral Ave., Elk City, OK 73644 (Elk City)
([email protected]; 580-374-1136)
PSV-FT Rodriguez, Gabriela, 15101 Todd Way, Oklahoma City, OK 73170 (Oklahoma City Trinity)
([email protected]; 405-514-4382)
PSV-FT Rodriguez, Sergio, 15101 Todd Way, Oklahoma City, OK 73170 (Oklahoma City Trinity)
([email protected]; 405-514-5163)
PSV-PT Ruby, Steven W., 7712 N.W. 25th Terr., Bethany, OK 73008 (Mustang)
([email protected]; 606-465-2048)
PAS
Runyan, H. Douglas, 10701 Fairway Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73170 (Oklahoma City
Trinity)
([email protected]; cell: 405-740-4562)
PSV-PT Rupert Jr., G. Thomas, 7307 N.W. 105th, Oklahoma City, OK 73162 (Oklahoma City
Western Oaks)
([email protected]; 405-213-5423)
SPC
Ryan, Larry K., 1009 Noble Ct., Yukon, OK 73099 (Oklahoma City Western Oaks)
([email protected]; 405-265-0041)
RA
Sampson, Nola R., 7400 N.W. 118th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73162 (Oklahoma City Crown
Heights)
([email protected]; 405-615-1388)
PAS/SPC Sanchez, Erick F., 301 N. Morgan Dr., Moore, OK 73160 (Oklahoma City Western Oaks)
([email protected]; cell: 405-212-0246)
PAS/SPC Sanchez, Jacklyn, 301 N. Morgan Dr., Moore, OK 73160 (Oklahoma City Western Oaks)
([email protected]; cell: 405-215-1409)
PAS
Schneberger, Richard Lee, 612 Westwood Dr., Oklahoma City, OK 73127 (Oklahoma City ROC
Church)
([email protected]; cell: 405-589-0686)
PSV-FT Shepperd, Craig Patrick, 820 E. Hayes, Norman, OK 73071 (Norman Community)
([email protected]; 405-436-7681)
SPC
Short, Rick Dean, 4105 Quail Dr., Norman, OK 73072 (Norman Community)
([email protected]; 405-202-8805)
PAS
Sikes, Jeffrey Duane, 215 N. 8th St., Weatherford, OK 73096 (Weatherford)
([email protected]; cell: 580-890-9472; 580-772-0064)
PSV-PT Sikes, Karola Theresia, 215 N. 8th St., Weatherford, OK 73096 (Weatherford)
([email protected]; 580-890-9466)
PAS
Sims, Darren Leroy, 2700 S. Independence, Oklahoma City, OK 73108 (Oklahoma City
Woodson Park)
([email protected]; 405-509-1912)
RA
Smith, G. Bill, 15405 Acacia Rd., Oklahoma City, OK 73170 (Mustang)
(cell: 405-246-5243)
RA
Smith, James Wilbur, 1213 N. Carol Ln., Oklahoma City, OK 73127 (Bethany Jernigan Memorial)
([email protected]; 405-246-8045)
RA
Smith, Patrick, 8905 S. Country Club Dr., Oklahoma City, OK 73159 (Mustang)
(405-680-4870)
U
Smith, Roger A., 8201 Canna Lane, Oklahoma City, OK 73132 (Oklahoma City ROC)
([email protected]; 405-760-9018)
RA
Snavely, Orville Duane, 2405 S.W. 103rd, Oklahoma City, OK 73159 (Oklahoma City Trinity)
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([email protected]; 405-692-6028)
Snider, Thomas Claude, 22532 E. 1080 Rd., Clinton, OK 73601 (Snyder)
([email protected]; 580-323-2080)
RA/DIA Stark, Eddie G., (P.O. Box 398) 406 N. 4th St., Noble, OK 73068 (Noble)
([email protected]; 405-577-2559)
RA/PAS Stark, Francis Wayne, 4500 N. Asbury, Bethany, OK 73008 (Oklahoma City All Nations)
([email protected]; cell: 405-514-7420; 405-789-7156)
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Stroud, Paul E., 721 Mato Verde Ln., Minco, OK 73059 (Mustang)
PSV-PT
([email protected]; 405-642-1513, cell; 405-352-5948)
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Strunk, Roscoe L., 2295 County Street 2810, #6, Chickasha, OK 73018 (Chickasha)
([email protected]; 405-205-1972)
RA
Styers Sr., Floyd H., P.O. Box 3335, Shawnee, OK 74802 (Oklahoma City Trinity)
([email protected]; 405-275-5497)
RA
Summer, Carl Bernard, P.O. Box 1447, Bethany, OK 73008 (Oklahoma City Western Oaks)
([email protected]; 405-627-3077)
RA
Sutterfield, Melvin Leon, 700 Little River Cir., Moore, OK 73160 (Oklahoma City SouthPointe)
(405-659-0301)
RA
Tahchaw-wickah, Nick R., 17201 S.W. Bishop Rd., Cache, OK 73527 (Cache First Indian)
(580-574-0804)
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Tate, Jerry Winfred, 226 West Ash St., Carnegie, OK 73015 (Carnegie)
([email protected]; 580-654-8210)
PAS
Thirion, Clifford S., 821 N.W. 49th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73118 (Oklahoma City Crown Heights)
([email protected]; cell: 405-550-1903; 405-286-3304)
GA
Troutman, Philip H., c/o Global Ministry Center, 17001 Prairie Star Parkway, Lenexa, KS 66220
(Mustang)
RA
Tullis, Rex L., 10811 S. Western, Oklahoma City, OK 73170 (Oklahoma City Trinity)
([email protected]; 405-210-1115)
PAS
Vernier, Douglas Duane, 5816 Cheyenne Ct., Warr Acres, OK 73132 (Oklahoma City
SouthPointe)
([email protected]; 405-229-1635)
RA
Wales, Harry L., 7720 N.W. 31st St., Bethany, OK 73008 (Oklahoma City Western Oaks)
(405-440-0530)
PAS
Ward, Erin Dawn, 202 Cherokee St., Marlow, OK 73055 (Marlow)
([email protected]; cell: 580-658-0571)
PAS
Ward, Nicholas Anthony, 202 Cherokee St., Marlow, OK 73055 (Marlow)
([email protected]; cell: 580-658-0671)
U
Warner, John Mark, 422 N. 6th St., Weatherford, OK 73096 (Weatherford)
([email protected]; 580-774-1446)
PAS
West, Charles Rick, 425 S.W. 45th St., Moore, OK 73160 (Moore)
([email protected]; 405-794-1233)
RA
Williams, Lawrence Zapp, 6715 N.W. 30th Terr., Bethany, OK 73008 (Oklahoma City
Western Oaks)
([email protected]; 405-789-0962)
SPC
Williams, Mark, 10029 S. Fairview Dr., Oklahoma City, OK 73159 (Oklahoma City SouthPointe)
([email protected]; 405-206-8057)
RA
Williams Sr., Robert P., 900 E. Vandament, #133, Yukon, OK 73099 (Yukon First) (405-350-0015)
RA/
Williamson, John S., 1180 Monument Ln., Yukon, OK 73099 (Bethany Calvary)
PSV/PT
([email protected]; 913-515-2841)
RA
Williamson, Kenneth C., 5301 N. Meridian, #214, Oklahoma City, OK 73112 (Bethany Calvary)
(405-787-8875)
PAS
Young, Andrew William, 509 Lakeside Dr., Altus, OK 73521 (Altus)
([email protected]; cell: 713-206-0182)
PAS
Yun, Kijoon, 514 N.W. 60th St., Lawton, OK 73505 (Altus Korean & Lawton Korean Community)
([email protected]; 580-919-1073)
PAS
G. ORDAINED DEACONS
Atkinson, Patricia A., 318 N. Grigsby Rd., Newcastle, OK 73065 (Newcastle Life Springs)
([email protected]; 405-638-8652)
PSV-PT Casey, Lois M., 6 Dianna Dr., Yukon, OK 73099 (Yukon First)
([email protected]; 405-354-2097)
PSV-FT Keever, Nathan James, 216 Conestoga Dr., Yukon, OK 73099 (Mustang)
([email protected]; 405-226-2377)
PSV-PT Parker, Jr., John R., 1417 Bois D’ Arc Dr., Yukon, OK 73099 (Canadian Hills)
([email protected]; 405-312-9501)
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H. LICENSED MINISTERS
Asetamy, Matthew, (P.O. Box 412) 211 N. Elk Dr., Cache, OK 73527 (Cache First Indian)
([email protected]; 580-583-0772)
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Baker, Clay, 6602 N.W. 37th St., Bethany, OK 73008 (Oklahoma City First Korean)
([email protected]; 405-618-3970)
STU
Chandler, Nohora, 5825 Hefner Village Circle, Oklahoma City, OK 73162 (Oklahoma City
Western Oaks)
([email protected]; 405-301-2142)
STU
Cranston, Robert Christopher Jr., 6612 N.W. 42nd St., Bethany, OK 73008 (Oklahoma City
Trinity)
([email protected]; cell: 806-535-8763)
PAS
Dalrymple, Wesley, 3719 S.W. 23rd Pl., Oklahoma City, OK 73108 (Oklahoma City Faith, Hope
and Life)
(cell: 405-651-6429; 405-604-8786)
PSV-PT Dougharty, Bryant, 8109 N.W. 31st Terr., Bethany, OK 73008 (Oklahoma City May Avenue)
([email protected]; 405-317-8186)
PAS
Ellis, Joseph Allen, 6712 Cherry Pl., Oklahoma City, OK 73127 (Chickasha)
([email protected]; 405-495-6778)
STU
Esparza, Rafael, 3733 S.W. 41st St., Oklahoma City, OK 73119 (Oklahoma City Western Oaks)
(405-684-9285)
PSV-FT Espino, Heriberto “Eddie”, 7819 N.W. 16th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73127 (Oklahoma City
Western Oaks)
([email protected]; 405-859-6430)
PSV-PT Gunter, Amber Jean, 12216 S. Villa Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73170 (Oklahoma City Trinity)
([email protected]; cell: 918-859-7529)
PSV-PT James, Rachel Danae, 1613 W. Jones, Duncan, OK 73533 (Duncan Heritage Oaks)
([email protected]; 405-496-1229)
STU
Lozano, Martha, 716 Eastview Dr., Yukon, OK 73099 (Oklahoma City Western Oaks)
([email protected]; 405-702-3266)
PSV-FT Messer, Kaylyn, 6488 N. Warren Ave., #170, Oklahoma City, OK 73116 (Oklahoma City
Western Oaks)
([email protected]; cell: 972-465-0631)
STU
Oh, Kyungmi (Sharon), 6501 Woodland Ave., Kansas City, MO 64131 (Oklahoma City
First Korean)
([email protected]; cell: 405-905-9946)
PSV-PT Polito, Stephanie Rae, 404 S.W. 51st St., Oklahoma City, OK 73109 (Oklahoma City Trinity)
([email protected]; cell: 765-729-1883)
PSV-PT Ponder, Benjamin, 4209 N. Libby Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73122 (Oklahoma City Western Oaks)
([email protected]; cell: 386-320-9137)
PSV-PT Ponder, Eric Devin, 4209 N. Libby Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73122 (Oklahoma City Western
Oaks)
([email protected]; cell: 832-492-7239)
STU
Ra, Sung Yeoun (Paul), 6348A Woodland Ave., Kansas City, MO 64131 (Oklahoma City
First Korean)
([email protected]; cell: 405-538-7957)
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Rodriguez, Duhamel V., Puerto Rico (Oklahoma City Pennsylvania Avenue)
([email protected]; 405-881-4986)
PSV-PT Runyan, Pamela G., 10701 Fairway Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73170 (Oklahoma City Trinity)
([email protected]; 405-740-3927)
STU
Seymour, Jay, 4200 Farm Rd., Moore, OK 73160 (Oklahoma City SouthPointe)
([email protected]; 405-496-0292)
STU
Shay, Brianna, 6809 N.W. 44th St., Bethany, OK 73008 (Oklahoma City Western Oaks)
([email protected]; 405-248-2988)
STU
Story, Jacob, 1231 N. Chisholm Rd., Oklahoma City, OK 73127 (Oklahoma City Western Oaks)
([email protected]; 405-600-8254)
PSV-FT Troyer, Austin Jack, 7104 N.W. 43rd St., Bethany, OK 73008 (Oklahoma City ROC Church)
([email protected]; 405-420-1515)
STU
Vargas Lopez, Karem Maria, P.O. Box 60189, #3482, Oklahoma City, OK 73146-0189 (Oklahoma
City Western Oaks)
([email protected]; 405-816-9783)
PAS
Vieyra, Luis, 2938 S.W. 18th, Oklahoma City, OK 73108 (Oklahoma City Luz de Verdad)
([email protected]; cell: 405-503-5960)
PSV-FT Weaver, Brendon, 1030 N. Doris, Oklahoma City, OK 73127 (Oklahoma City ROC Church)
([email protected]; 405-924-3447)
STU
Yarbrough, Christopher Alan, 2213 W. Spruce Ave., Duncan, OK 73533 (Oklahoma City
Western Oaks)
([email protected]; cell: 580-606-1531)
PAS
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I. REGISTERED EVANGELIST
Jones, Terry L., 530 Pleasantview Dr., Mustang, OK 73064 (Noble)
([email protected]; 405-376-0289)
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J. REGISTERED SONG EVANGELIST
Edwards. Janice, 4601 N. Donald, Bethany, OK 73008 (Oklahoma City Western Oaks)
([email protected]; 405-787-4601)
II. General Information
A. RECEIVED ON TRANSFER
1. Elders
Harlan Buettner from Oklahoma. Richard L. Funderburk from South Arkansas; G. Bill Smith from Central California
2. Licensed Ministers
Kaylyn R. Messer from Dallas; Jay Seymour from Oklahoma; Austin Jack Troyer from Oklahoma
B. GRANTED TRANSFER
1. Elders
Daryl Brown to Southern Florida; Terri Denise Cobb to Oklahoma; M. Bert Daniels to Intermountain; Arthur Louis
Evans to Oklahoma; Richard D. Gunsalus to Anaheim; Larry A. Henderson to Oklahoma; E.R. (Ed) Houston to
Oklahoma; Curtis Lewis Jr. to Oklahoma; Louis M. Scarbrough to North Arkansas; Stan A. Toler to Oklahoma; Juan R.
Vazquez to West Texas; Noemi Q. Vazquez to West Texas; Gerald W. Woods to Oklahoma
2. Licensed Ministers
Christopher Richard Davies to Michigan; Leslie Noel Davies to Michigan; Kelcie Jo Exline to Kansas; Erika Rivera to
Louisiana; Josh Roebuck to South Texas; Cory Ryan Williams to Florida
3. Transfer of Jurisdiction
Ik B. Chun to Korea (Manual 538.1)
C. ELECTED TO ELDER’S ORDERS-ELDER’S TRACK
Brett James Armstrong, Phillip M. Innis
D. RECOGNIZED CREDENTIALS AS AN ELDER
Jonathan Charles Bender
E. DECEASED MINISTERS
Floyd Irwin Harris, Ben Lee Hester, Joseph L. Killgore, Emmett E. Taylor
F. MINISTERS GRANTED RETIRED RELATIONSHIP
Sally Jo Boyd (RA), Wallace Neil Boyd (RA), Rex L. Tullis (RA)
G. GRANTED MINISTER’S LICENSE
1. Elder Track
Robert Cranston, Bryant Dougharty, Amber Gunter, Stephanie Polito, Ben Ponder, Eric Ponder, Pamela Runyan,
Brianna Shay, Jacob Story, Brendon Weaver, Christopher Yarbrough
2. Non-Ordination Track
Karem Lopez
H. RENEWAL OF MINISTER’S LICENSE
1. Elder Track
Brett James Armstrong, Matthew Asetamy, Clay Baker, Nohora Chandler, Joseph Ellis, Rafael Esparza, Eddie Espino,
Phillip Innis, Rachel James, Martha Lozano, Kaylyn Messer, Sharon Oh, Paul Ra, Duhamel “Duey” Rodriguez, Jay
Seymour, Austin Troyer, Luis Vieyra
2. Non-Ordination Track
Wesley Dalrymple
I. RENEWAL OF REGISTERED EVANGELIST
Terry Jones
J. RENEWAL OF REGISTERED SONG EVANGELIST
Janice Edwards
K. APPROVED FOR SPECIAL SERVICE
Nicholas Bollinger, Richard Bond, Wendall Buck, Kenneth L. Couchman, Kristen Donovan, Larry Ryan, Rick Short,
Mark Williams
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L. MINISTER’S LICENSE NOT RENEWED
Jenny Brown, Tiffany Fletcher, Stephan Maynard
M. APPROVED FILING OF CREDENTIAL HAVING BEEN UNASSIGNED FOR FOUR YEARS
Giovanni Monterroso
N. CHURCH NAME CHANGE
Oklahoma City Portland Avenue to Oklahoma City Faith, Hope and Life
O. CHURCHES MERGED
Merger between Oklahoma City Pennsylvania Avenue and Oklahoma City First Indian; approved a name change to
Oklahoma City All Nations Church of the Nazarene
P. CHURCHES DISORGANIZED
Oklahoma City Capitol Hill
Q. CHURCH-TYPE MISSIONS
Ardmore Hispanic, Moore Casa Vida/House of Life
R. WHERE TO SEND MONEYS
World Evangelism, Approved Specials and P & B:
Send to: Global Treasury Services
Church of the Nazarene
P.O. Box 843116
Kansas City, MO 64184-3116
Education Funds:
Send to: Southern Nazarene University
6729 N.W. 39th Expressway
Bethany, OK 73008
District Unified Funds and Salyer Lake:
Send to: District Resource Center
P.O. Box 937
Mustang, OK 73064
III. Plan of Examination
DISTRICT MINISTERIAL STUDIES BOARD
INSTRUCTIONS TO STUDENTS
The District Ministerial Studies Board (DMSB) aids and guides all candidates on its district in preparation for the
various forms of ministry. The board’s responsibility extends to licensees who are enrolled in colleges as well as those
enrolled in district credentialing programs. Only the persons who are properly enrolled (Sourcebook on Ordination
439.1) can be served by the DMSB. Enrollment forms can be found on page 39 of the Sourcebook.
There are two ministerial courses administered by the DMSB. They are elder track and deacon track.
Ministers will not be ordained without having completed their respective courses.
Study Regulations
1. Each candidate is instructed to communicate with the Ministerial Studies Board chairman as to their progress with a
list of classes enrolled and or completed. College transcripts must be sent to the chairman of the Ministerial Studies
Board chairman. (Mark Williams, 405-206-8057, [email protected]).
2. Those starting in the Studies Program should go online to http://nazarenepastor.org/clergyeducation/ and find the
sourcebook on Ordination for the studies program.
3. All candidates should be prepared to appear for interviews as called upon by the Ministerial Studies Board and
Ministerial Credentials Board at the time and place specified, usually in February of each year.
4. At least two courses must be completed each year to qualify for license renewal. All course work must be completed
by District Assembly.
5. From the granting of the first district license, a candidate has 10 years to complete the course of study.
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For information or guidance contact chairperson of the Board of Ministerial Studies and/or the Clergy Development
online at http://www.nazarenepastor.org/cms/.
For relevant application forms (for district assembly recognition and renewal), contact the district office.
Modes of Study
The recommended mode of preparation for full-time Christian service in the Church of the Nazarene is by
attending a Nazarene liberal arts college or university including the Nazarene Bible College and if possible, Nazarene
Theological Seminary. For those who are unable to meet this recommended mode of preparation, permission from the
DMSB must be obtained to pursue the Modular Course of Study.
Modular Course of Study
The modular course of study is a model curriculum to fulfill the educational requirements for ordination in the
Wesleyan-holiness tradition when students are unable to attend a Nazarene liberal arts college, university, Bible
College or Nazarene Theological Seminary. The modular course of study is available through college extension
programs, online and district-directed programs. The modular course of study is available online through
http://www.nnu.edu/cos/ and http://online.nbc.edu/. Candidates must complete one-fourth of a validated course of
study for ministers, or have passed the Nazarene history and polity courses and five additional courses in order to be
licensed by the district assembly.
College Students
College students must be properly registered with the DMSB and are responsible to submit to the board
documented evidence of academic standing (official transcript) in harmony with Sourcebook 437.5. College students
are reminded to plan their curriculum in harmony with Manual. Transcripts will be evaluated by the DMSB, and no
requirements as stated in the Manual will be waived. A college/university student must complete one-fourth of a
validated college/university course for ministers in order to request a license from the district assembly.
Procedure
Ministerial Students enrolled in the COS, but not yet granted a District License are to communicate with the Ministerial
Studies Board chairman. (Mark Williams, 405-206-8057, [email protected]).
Ministerial Students holding a district license not yet graduated from the course of study or awaiting ordination must
meet with the DMSB each year. Upon applying for a district license and meeting the DMSB each candidate will be
assigned to a committee and advisor.
Students and Advisors
Committee A:
Chairperson: Craig Shepperd ([email protected]; 405-436-7681)
Candidate:
Advisor:
Amber Gunter
Jennifer Couchman ([email protected]; 405-684-0943)
Kaylyn Messer
Kristen Donovan ([email protected]; 405-822-2250)
Clay Baker
Craig Shepperd ([email protected]; 405-436-7681)
Robert Cranston
Wendall Buck ([email protected]; 580-512-0233)
Stephanie Polito
Kristen Donovan ([email protected]; 405-822-2250)
Luis Vieyra
Howard Culbertson ([email protected]; 405-740-4149)
Committee B:
Chairperson: Terry Armstrong ([email protected]; 405-376-2892)
Candidate
Advisor:
Nohora Chandler
Gabriela Rodriguez ([email protected]; 405-514-4382)
Joe Ellis
Brent A. Hardesty ([email protected]; 405-410-3980)
Martha Lozano
Gabriela Rodriguez ([email protected]; 405-514-4382)
Sharon Oh
Hyeon Hoon Lee ([email protected]; 405-476-9838)
Ben Ponder
Terry Armstrong ([email protected]; 405-376-2892)
Paul Ra
Hyeon Hoon Lee ([email protected]; 405-476-9838)
Jacob Story
Richard Schneberger ([email protected]; 405-589-0686)
Chris Yarbrough
Claude Ledbetter ([email protected]; 405-238-2804)
Committee C:
Chairperson: Gary Reynolds ([email protected]ail.com; 405-354-2248)
Candidate
Advisor:
Matt Asetamy
Gary Reynolds ([email protected]; (405-354-2248)
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Rafael Esparza
Rachel James
Jay Seymour
Brianna Shay
Austin Troyer
Kelly B. Griffith ([email protected]; 405-495-3850)
Gary Reynolds ([email protected]; 405-354-2248)
Gary Reynolds ([email protected]; 405-354-2248)
Gary Reynolds ([email protected]; 405-354-2248)
Gary Reynolds ([email protected]; 405-354-2248)
Committee D:
Chairperson: Jim Hill ([email protected]; 405-603-7657)
Candidate
Advisor:
Wes Dalrymple
Paul Metcalfe([email protected]; 580-875-2447)
Bryant Dougharty
Robert Barkley ([email protected]; 580-225-0585)
Eddie Espino
Jim Hill ([email protected]; 405-603-7657)
Karem Lopez
Dee Boyt ([email protected]; 580-224-2977)
Eric Ponder
Mark Fryar ([email protected]; 405-262-1576)
Brendon Weaver
Sergio Rodriguez ([email protected]; 405-514-5163)
IV. Daily Proceedings
SIXTY-SEVENTH DISTRICT ASSEMBLY, SOUTHWEST OKLAHOMA DISTRICT
Sunday Evening, April 12, 2015
The district assembly opened with a district worship service with Bryan Powell leading worship and Dr. Carl
Summer leading in prayer. The choir shared a special, “We Are United”. A Distinguished Service Award was
presented to Susanne Murray for her leadership on the district as NMI secretary. Spirit of Oklahoma awards were
presented to Yukon, ROC, Mustang, OKC Trinity, Tuttle, and Marlow. Fred Emmert was given the Barnabas Award.
Photo of Salyer Lake was given to OKC JesuCristo Luz de Verdad. Special guests were recognized and a report was
given for the work beginning in downtown OKC. Dr. Cooper gave a message of challenge regarding reaching our
neighborhood.
Monday Morning, April 13, 2015
The morning session of the sixty-seventh district assembly began with music led by Nathan Keever and prayer by
Dr. Jim Cooper. Dr. Eugénio Duarte, general superintendent, shared a message with the delegates. He also
presented a video regarding church planting.
The assembly was called to order by Dr. Duarte. Dr. Chuck Crow, district secretary, appointed the assistants for
the assembly. Hours of the meeting are 8:30am to 12 noon, 1:30pm to finish of business, and Ordination service at
7:00 pm. These appointments were approved. Dr. Cooper introduced the new ministers on the district. The report of
the Ministerial Credentials Board was approved with addition of Pam Runyan to the licensed ministers. Dr. Jim Cooper
was presented to share his annual report as District Servant. The report was accepted and the Advisory Board
presented Dr. and Mrs. Cooper with a gift from the district.
The report of the nominating committed presented the following recommendations: 1.) the Advisory Board and
SNU trustee ballot be a two-step process with a run-off between the top two; 2.) rotation of Advisory Board members after serving two four-year terms, member will not be able to be nominated the following year. The ballot and the
recommendations were approved. The ballots were distributed to the delegates.
Brett Armstrong shared a plan for prayer for NYC. He encouraged the delegates to pray for the young people who
will participate this summer. The report of Paul Metcalfe, DMI Chairman, was presented by Dr. Cooper. Karola Sikes
received the Alumnus of the Year from Nazarene Bible College.
The report of the District Advisory Board was presented by Dr. Crow. The report was accepted. The Ministerial
Studies Board report was presented and accepted with the correction of adding Pam Runyan to the licensed ministers
list. A video from Nazarene essentials and the Nazarene Foundation were presented.
Pastors’ reports as follows: Ardmore First- Dee Boyt, Elk City-Robert Barkley, Canadian Hills-Chad Penner,
Chickasha-Joseph Ellis, Duncan Heritage Oaks-Ron Dech, Lawton Heights-Mike Murray.
Dr. Loren Gresham, president of Southern Nazarene University, presented the report from the university.
After sharing the names of those who have gone home to heaven this year, the assembly was dismissed to lunch
to reconvene at 1:30 pm.
Monday Afternoon, April 13, 2015
The afternoon session opened with the report of the board, which is as follows: (First Ballot-172 ballots cast)
District Advisory Board, term to expire 2019, ordained elder - Jim Hill-92, Hyeon Hoon Lee-23, Sergio Rodriguez-37,
Jeff Sikes-19; layperson - Jason Cornelius-20, Larry Kibbe-16, Rick Powell-115, Raylon Shumaker-13. SNU Board of
Trustees Layperson, term to expire 2018 - Becky Armstrong-89, Steve Livingston-42, Celia Palmer-32. Sayler Lake
Conference and Retreat Center Board, term expiring 2018, minister - Kristin Donovan-69, Larry Hunter-87, Mike
Murray-63, Erick Sanchez-90, Richard Schneberger-66, Jeffrey Sikes-51, Karola Sikes-51. Layperson - Aaron Garrett72, Larry Kibbe-53, Steve Livingston-87, Bobby Rader-92, Gary Russell-95, Lonnie Taylor-57. Sunday School and
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Discipleship Ministries Board, term to expire 2018, minister - Jonathan Bender-69, Mark Fryar-58, Nick Ward-31;
Layperson - Melodi McWilliams-68, Curtiss Petties-26, Nettie Stroud-69.
A second ballot was taken for the Advisory Board and SNU Trustee. District Advisory Board-ordained elder - Jim
Hill and Sergio Rodriguez; Layperson - Rick Powell and Jason Cornelius. SNU Trustee-Layperson - Becky Armstrong
and Steve Livingston.
The delegates participated in workshops about immigration and disaster relief.
When the assembly reconvened, the Board of Tellers’ report 2 is as follows: District Advisory Board ordained
elder; Jim Hill-89, Sergio Rodriguez-59; layperson; Jason Cornelius-42, Rick Powell-104. Board of Trustees SNU
Layperson - Becky Armstrong-83, Steve Livingston-63.
Ken Hembree presented the report for the Salyer Lake Conference and Retreat Center. District treasurer, Mel
Jurgens, presented the financial report and it was accepted.
Reports continued as follows: Moore-Rick West, Newcastle Life Springs-Maria Isela Estrada, Love Links-Marilyn
Stark, Norman Community-Brent Hardesty, OKC ROC-Richard Schneberger, OKC Faith Hope and Life-Wesley
Dalrymple, OKC Crown Heights-Cliff Thirion.
A presentation was made for Nazarene Theological Seminary. The reports continued as follows: OKC First
Korean-Hyeon Hoon Lee, House of Life-Erick and Jackie Sanchez, OKC SouthPointe-Doug Vernier, Jubilee PartnersKristen Donovan, OKC Trinity-Doug Runyan.
Dr. Duarte shared information regarding the Nazarene Publishing House and Nazarene Essentials. Reports
continue as follows: Pauls Valley-Claude Ledbetter, Snyder-Tom Snider, OKC Compassion-Dick Bond, Junction
Coffee-Nick Bollinger, Tuttle-Phillip Ennis, Weatherford-Jeffrey Sikes.
A motion was made to allow that the minutes to be edited and submitted. The session was adjourned and the
assembly will be complete at the close of the Ordination Service at 7:00 pm.
Monday Evening, April 13, 2015
The Ordination Service began with a Church History Video and a Statement of Purpose by General
Superintendent Dr. Eugénio Duarte. The congregation sang “Holiness unto the Lord” as the Ordinands entered. Dr.
Chuck Crow, District Secretary, presented the Ordinands and scripture was read by Rev. Jim Hill and Rev. Gabriella
Rodriguez. The congregation sang “Take My Life” followed by Rev. Gary Reynolds and Rev. Andrew Young reading
from the Manual. Dr. Jim Cooper led the congregation in the Apostles’ Creed followed by prayer. Retiring ministers
were recognized and the newly Licensed Ministers were presented a challenge as they begin this new journey.
The Ministers’ Choir, led by Nathan Keever, sang “And Can It Be”. Dr. Duarte gave a message of challenge and
then conducted the Ordination Ritual. The Ordination Class was presented to the congregation and a special
presentation was made by Dr. Loren Gresham, president of Southern Nazarene University. Following the benediction,
a reception was held for the Ordinands and their families.
Respectfully submitted,
Donna Keesee, Recording Secretary
V. Reports
A. DISTRICT OFFICERS
1. District Superintendent
Gratitude
To my grandchildren I am known as “Bapaw”. It became my name as my grandson, Gabriel, attempted to say,
Grandpa…it came out “Bapaw” and it stuck. Just over a year ago I decided to write my grandchildren a letter each
month; the title and content of the letter is “Bapaw’s Life Lessons”. Each month I share something I have learned to be
true from having lived so long.
Just a couple of months ago the life lesson was, “No one gets to where they are alone” or more to the point, “on
their own”! Without a myriad of people boosting us, encouraging us, looking after us, we would never have made it.
And as I begin my sixth year as District Servant I am certain that without a host of SWOK District people working with
me and without your gracious and kind invitation into your lives, I could not serve in this way. I am grateful beyond
measure to you and the many, many people who serve the purposes of the Southwest Oklahoma District Church of
the Nazarene.
A Grander Scope of Ministry
While there is a drought of revival upon our North American region it is heartening to know that we are a part of an
effective movement worldwide. We are among over 29,000 Churches of the Nazarene in our world with a membership
exceeding 2 million. We witness a person coming to faith in Jesus Christ on an average of every 4 minutes and are
planting a new church every one and a half days. We deploy about 690 missionaries and sponsor almost 12,000
children worldwide. Nazarenes are present anywhere and everywhere there is a disaster, offering care, supplies,
assistance and a witness for Christ. We teach mothers at nutrition centers, provide schools, hospitals and food for
thousands. We are a part of the solution of suffering brought about by AIDS, bring clean water to communities, clothe
those without necessities of life, improve communities and touch lives for good and Christ’s gospel. We are finding
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ways to help the immigrant find a path forward and to enable the human slave caught up by trafficking to find release.
Simply put, it’s a great honor to be part of the Church of the Nazarene.
I want our young people to know that by affiliating with the Church of the Nazarene they are a part of a grander
vision for ministry. The Church of the Nazarene is among the leading organizations of the globe in actions of justice,
mercy and compassion. This activity flows from the truth we have found in God’s Word…it is a natural outflow of a
“pure” heart-love for the Savior. Holiness and compassion are blood relatives. And as a young person you need not
look further than your church to find a group that is addressing many of the social and spiritual needs of our world. And
young leaders will find the SWOK District is a place that welcomes innovative ideas and is leaning into the future. We
welcome change and are willing to lay aside anything that is not enabling us to be effective in Christ’s mission. As
local churches, let us give ourselves, locally and globally, to engage our communities in compassionate service and
meaningful relationships.
SWOK Makes a Difference
Among those accomplishments we especially celebrate this year are these:
 The near completion of a “community center” building at Salyer Retreat Center. This building will allow us
to host large groups with indoor meeting facilities seating approximately 800 and provide cafeteria services
for all.
 The launch of Casa Vida Church of the Nazarene. Led by Pastors Jackie and Erick Sanchez this new
plant is an exciting effort to reach unreached people. They need our support of volunteers and resources.
 The progress of an innovative ministry to impact Midtown and Downtown OKC…Junction Coffee is nearing
their launch.
 Clinton Church of the Nazarene sold the old facility and has plans underway for new construction on a
worship center.
 Mustang Church of the Nazarene completed a new wing and invited the District to move the resource
center offices to this facility. We have just recently completed the move.
 First Indian and Penn Avenue Churches have merged and are now known as All Nations Church of the
Nazarene--a name we hope the assembly will accept during today’s business.
 Noble Church has completed a new Life Center that will soon be dedicated.
 Disaster relief continued for at least half of this past year as the latent damages from the two May 2013
tornados were addressed.
Many of our churches have had a year of excellent transition and positive advances.
Ministry Measurements
It is always difficult to measure the intangibles of ministry. Our churches have sent people to other countries or
cities to give assistance; they have maintained specific prayer plans for lost people, discovered new ways to love
people outside the household of faith, developed and employed new methods to facilitate what the Spirit is doing,
exercised more intentional discipleship plans, assisted other SWOK District Nazarene Churches and helped in new
church plants. All of these are ways to measure our influence for Christ in our world. Many of the pastors today will
accept an award at the time of their report for the achievement of such missional objectives.
The significant number measurements are as follows:
Average Worship Attendance: 3,384
Conversions: 199
Regarding Team Support (Budgets):
District-93.181%; WEF-99.591%;
P&B-94.465%;
SNU-96.226%
Members: 5,873
Baptisms: 92
New Nazarenes: 175
New Churches: 1
We are grateful for the positives and are working diligently to reverse any negative trends.
The Way Forward
Our way forward in 2015 and beyond includes these three strategies or points of focus:
 Engage your church in a new church plant
 Refocus on increasing your local church membership
 Engage your people in “neighboring your hood”
Church Planting
Each church on the SWOK District must become involved in a new church plant this year. And before you in
despair say, “That’s impossible!” let me assure you that it is not. Your church may indeed be able to begin a
satellite congregation or send a number of people into a new community. I believe that there are some who can
participate in new church planting in this way. However, others who may not have such resources can collaborate
with a cluster of sister churches in neighboring areas to plant a new congregation. And still others can help
resource new church plants on the district by sending volunteer teams to construct, remodel, conduct VBS, and
encourage; these churches can send resources whether in the form of people or materials or money. Every
church on this district can and should and must become engaged in church planting. For too long this topic has
been absent from our local Church Board meetings. Join me in changing the conversation this year; join me in
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prayer about our involvement in new church plants; come with me in dreaming about the possibilities and in
resourcing those new church plants already begun. Let’s not let a new church plant like Junction Coffee, Midtown,
Casa Vida and JesuCristo Luz e Verdad flounder for lack of support. An amazing by- product will occur from your
involvement in church planting; your people will be happier, blessing will come to your fellowship, the mission
quotient and dedication level of your parishioners will increase all because they are investing themselves outside
themselves for Kingdom increase.
On October 6-8 we are sponsoring in collaboration with OK District, a New Church Training Institute on the
SNU campus. We need you to plan now to attend, learn more and become equipped to participate and lead others
in church planting.
Church Membership
We have seen a prolonged season of decline in church membership. Our losses now threaten our participation
as a district to enjoy adequate representation at General Assemblies and the University’s Board of Trustees. Our
voice is therefore diminished in these venues. We must change this dynamic.
Of course, we all know that membership is the most unreliable statistic in the church. We know that
membership does not represent strength or actively participating parishioners. In fact, if the membership rolls were
“cleaned” of those no longer participating in the local church mission, the number of members in our North America
region would be shockingly diminished. However, our polity gives us the privilege of moving those people who are
no longer participating in the mission to an “inactive” status. And these inactive names can but need not be
removed from membership.
Now, just increasing the number of members is not a very worthy goal in and of itself. But if increase in
members reflects those who have come to know Christ as Savior, have discovered the foundational truths of faith,
have become devoted followers of Christ and have found a place of service in His Body, if so, then we should
strive to increase members.
My challenge to us is to give more attention and effort to receiving new members than removing inactive
members. Membership matters; it is an expression of the believer’s commitment to the fellowship and mission. It is
a way to give back to the church who so embraced us with love and acceptance. There are many people in our
church fellowships who have never become a member simply because they have not heard the value of this
expression or been invited to do so. Every pastor and Board must develop a list of those who should and could
become members; every church must have a membership record; every pastor should conduct at least one
focused effort on increasing membership each year. Of course, increasing membership is a “lag goal”, that is it is
realized only after several other markers have been achieved….relational evangelism, welcome, discipleship, and
so on. But there are many who have been found, received welcome and are following Christ, yet have never been
challenged to become members. Make this year a year when no stone remains unturned to increase membership.
Let’s increase membership by 200 this year.
Neighboring Your Hood
Last evening you heard about this emphasis. In brief, we cannot rely on the old method of Christian expression
that may have been effective in a churched culture. We don’t live there anymore; this is not a “Leave it to Beaver”
world. We cannot simply try to live for Jesus and be Christian in our everyday routines thinking that if someone
challenges our love or faith, or if they present some opportunity to witness then we will share the good news with
them. No, today, Christ followers must be more intentional to focus their prayers, activities and social engagement
in building relationships with those not yet of faith in Christ…the lost. We must identify those in our lives who don’t
yet experience God’s love or know His presence; we must pray for them and become their friends. We must act for
the good of our neighbor…our unbelieving neighbor. We cannot afford to curl up in our religious cocoon and
retreat to our church fellowship and relationships. To do so will further marginalize the Church and stagnate our
fellowships. Let’s open up our lives to be a channel of God’s love by intentionally getting to know the lost people
around us and pray for our part in their salvation and become their friend. Now is a good time to start to live by the
message of that old song we used to sing, “Lord lay some soul upon my heart and love that soul through me…” It
is a frightening indicator of the self-focus of our religion today that few truly bear the heart-burden of some lost
person that is not a family member.
We know that new churches grow at a faster rate than those with a complex and long history; we understand
that a district our size must grow by 1 ½ new church plants each year to simply survive; we witness the decline of
this district in membership, a trend that has endured for a decade or more; we are convinced that reaching lost
people is the primary purpose for which Christ established the Church. Knowing these truths we can no longer
ignore the obvious: we must give ourselves immediately to these three practices.
Be Done With Lesser Things
Just a final word…it is a word about the temptation during times of transition to make too much of too little. It
seems obvious to most that our culture is in a period of significant and far reaching transition. As I have noted in last
year’s report, it may be that we are in one of those major transitions that have occurred about every 500 years; they
cause cultural tsunami and redefine how we “do life”. It seems every institution is feeling the effects of this transitional
time. Universities feel it; the financial agencies of society, the public educational system, the business sector,
marketing methods all sense that there is a new normal emerging. The church has not escaped this cultural
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phenomenon. New practices, different patterns of behavior, ritual and routines, adjusted expectations and a shifting of
values are upon us. It demands evaluation of what we do and how we do it. It even requires us to address again why
we do what we do. Inevitably it calls for change. And change in the church calls for identification of what will not
change, must not change. If we are to be effective in our mission of demonstrating and proclaiming Christ’s rescue we
will need to adapt and embrace new methods.
Now herein lies the problem…in the midst of this oftentimes traumatic change we can be tempted to major on
minor religious practices. The Church can get so little in its views and vision; it can become trivial in its concerns and
small in its focus. In the midst of the trauma of change the Church can actually become concerned over times of
offerings, about choir robes or not, about pulpits being moved or what the pastor wears; we can go on about hymns
and gospel songs and contemporary music as if that is going to undo us or as if it is fundamentally important to the
Cause of Christ. We can focus on versions of the Bible and visitation practices of the pastor. Now just imagine
this…when we have been called to the greatness of the Kingdom, when we have been bought with the price of the
very blood of Christ, when we have been called by God to die to self-interests and pour out of lives…in a world that is
dealing with issues of the treatment of immigrants within our borders, in a society that is struggling with same sex
marriage, in a culture that is waking up to the reality of human trafficking…imagine how petty our tirades about
religious practices seems to a world of suffering and confusion. In a state where there are as many foster children as
there are churches, in a city like OKC where there are 2,000 children homeless, in a world where 1.4 million people die
each year for lack of water and sanitary conditions, in a world where the children of our Nazarene pastors in Cuba
have meat in their diet on the average of once or twice a month…in a world where we can sponsor these children and
a small group could give clean well water to a community, where we can make small loans to entrepreneurs in third
world countries, where there are means for the church to address the ills and woes of our world…imagine the gaze of
God on a church or a person who is never engaged in efforts to bring justice and supply to a broken and hurting world
but rather is amped up about their church music or the absence of suit and tie. We cannot be effective in our world for
the sake of Christ if we dare to be so small in our concerns and involvements.
I have a friend who when I begin to whine about things like interruption in the signal of my TV service, or that you
can never count on Walmart to have the product you bought in your last visit, or that the nearby restaurant has gone
out of business…when I focus on such things he likes to simply say, “hash tag first world problem”. And then I get it
and shut up. It might be time to say to ourselves about changes in the methodologies of church life, “hash tag religious
practice preference” and move to something nobler.
My appeal to us who know Christ and the healing of his grace for a confused and sin sick world is to be done with
lesser things and to engage in endeavors and concerns worthy the Savior. It’s a good day to remember and take to
heart the words of the old hymn…”Rise up, O Church of God! Have done with lesser things. Give heart and mind and
soul and strength to serve the King of Kings. Rise up, O Church of God! His kingdom’s task embrace. Redress sin’s
cruel consequence; Give justice larger place. Rise up, O Church of God, Have done with lesser things!”
Respectfully submitted,
Jim G. Cooper, District Servant
PS…The love of God is too pure, Christ’s grace too grand, the Spirit’s presence too sweet, His Church’s mission too
crucial to belittle it all with a focus on my personal religious preferences. O Lord, sanctify us again!
2. District NMI President
Greetings to the 2015 Southwest Oklahoma NMI Convention
Beyond 100--th
This year we celebrate the 100 anniversary of Nazarene Missions International. It’s had several names over the
years, but all emphasizing World Missions. We have used different words over the last 100 years, but the message is
the same as the current purpose: “To mobilize the church in mission through praying, discipling, giving, and
educating.” --Making Christlike Disciples in the Nations
Let’s look at some of this 100-year history. I will start with a very interesting woman -Susan Norris Fitkin. She is
considered the founder of NMI. She was born in Quebec, Canada in 1870. Had she only known that 100 years later
we would be reaping the benefits of her love of God and ability to overcome what seemed like major obstacles in her
life? She had cancer at age 14 and confined for almost two years. Her application to be a full-time missionary was
rejected because of her health. She became a preacher in Vermont where she became sanctified at a preacher’s
meeting, met and married her husband and then together they became traveling evangelists in 1896. Her church, the
Association of Pentecostal Churches of America joined with the Holiness Church of Christ and the Church of the
Nazarene in 1908 and then in 1915 she was finally able to say that the Church of the Nazarene had a Mission
Organization. This was after several name changes—from WMS (Women’s Missionary Society) until 1952 when men
and children were included with NFMS (Nazarene Foreign Mission Society) to 1980 with NWMS (Nazarene World
Mission Society) to 2001 with NMI Nazarene Missions International. What an impact she had. She was able to fulfill
her dream of mission involvement---She traveled more than any of the other church leaders at the time usually paying
her own expenses from her husband’s successful business ventures. She was a woman of prayer as well as a great
organizer. Combining those two, she enabled World Missions to survive the Great Depression—but more than
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survive, thrive. At the height of the Great Depression, WFMS giving almost doubled - from approximately $240,000 to
$470,000. Her call to the church for prayer and fasting reaped a great reward. She served for 29 years and left a
tremendous mark on NMI.
We have other great leaders of NMI over the years. Some have served as the NMI Director—these people are
employed by the general church to help NMI function--people like Dr. Mary Scott, Dr. Nina Gunter, Dr. Daniel
Ketchum. Within the last few months the General Board has selected Lola Brickey as the newest NMI Director. She
was the NMI president for the Eastern Kentucky District and has served on the Global NMI Council for the East Central
USA region as well as NMI representative to the General Board.
The elected NMI Presidents have also been a great advantage for NMI starting with Susan Fitkin to the current
President, Dr. Philip Weatherill from England. Southwest Oklahoma has also had some tremendous leaders---we
honor Peggy Swanson, Barbara Summer and Linda Short. Hopefully, you have also had some great leaders in your
local churches you can remember with big hearts for Missions and have helped your church answer the call to
Missions.
Over the last 100 years we have had great people come and go but the message is still the same—we are called
to share Jesus with the world. And it’s NMI’s job, through the emphasis of praying, giving, educating and discipling,
that every Nazarene will be glad to be a part of global outreach, spreading the good news of full salvation –holiness- to
the ends of the earth.
Now to the current and Beyond 100 for Southwest Oklahoma.
Southwest Oklahoma has been a praying district.
Of the 31 churches that have submitted President’s reports this year—ALL have prayed for missions. YES!! In
addition to our personal knowledge of missionary needs and world region prayer request, we can go the Prayer
Mobilization Line and their Facebook page to see where the needs are and how we can pray. Distribute these needs
to your church somehow-someway. Our world is in great pain but it’s good to know we have an even greater God
who hears and answers prayer. One such need has been about the Ebola crisis. From the Prayer Mobilization Line
we had learned about the family of Pastor James Fullah’s family from Sierra Leone. His wife and mother of their four
children died of the virus. When Ebola hits it usually wipes out the entire family, but that community is now praising the
Lord as all of the children are now declared Ebola –free. This has been a tremendous witness to that communityprayers were answered.
There will be a Prayer and Fasting workshop today—I hope it will help us explore more ways to be involved in
prayer.
Southwest Oklahoma has been a giving district.
 2014-15 Giving to World Evangelism Fund was $307,458. Good news—this is $2,531 over the 5.5% of
income goal of $304,927. Bad news—this is $1,359 less than last year’s. So we still must work hard to
present the need of the WEF to our congregations.
 2014-15 Giving for approved Mission Specials was $247,109.
 The approved Mission Specials are for things like Alabaster, LINKS, World Mission Broadcast, Work and
Witness, Compassionate Ministries, Deputation, Jesus Film, special Field Projects, Mission Corp and Youth in
Mission.
 Alabaster –34 churches participated (4 more than last year!) and gave a little over $23,569.
 SWOK members sponsored over 80 children, giving $31,148 this year!!
 18 Mission Priority One Churches---met all four goals of NMI.
 32 World Evangelism Churches—paid the WEF in full.
 17 Award of Excellence Churches---overpaid the WEF.
Local Compassionate Ministries were supported by SWOK churches. Work and Witness trips were taken to
Mexico, Belize, Cuba, and Peru.
But to the future—Beyond 100—SWOK will be sending a District Team to Peru. We still need participants—tell
your church members—you never know who might like to participate. Today’s lunch money will go to the project
funds, but we will probably need more.
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Also, in celebration of our 100 Anniversary we have adopted two projects that we Okies can relate to!! It would
just take $2 per district member to reach the goal of supporting these projects.
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Tanzania, Africa—Farming Project for tools and seeds - $5,000
2.
Belize—Nazarene Elementary School computers - $3,000
We are taking money and pledges today for this project.
Southwest Oklahoma has been an educating district.
Educating—sometimes we are not sure what that means so this goal-name may be changed to “communicating.”
Communicating what is going on around the world to the local church has been a major emphasis of NMI over the last
100 years and will continue as we endeavor to be the link between World Missions and the local church. Remember
“The Other Sheep” periodical? It helped us know more about peoples of the world because—“the more we know, the
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more we care.” With the Internet we now have so many more resources—Living Mission curriculum, The Engage
Magazine, the NCN News Nazarene Mission.org website, videos and other methods to help us learn. There are so
many interesting and worthy causes that can be communicated to our churches – Jesus Film, Human Trafficking, the
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100 Anniversary projects, Work and Witness projects—in addition to the traditional causes like Alabaster and
Nazarene Compassionate Ministries, here and abroad. LINKS is another way for our churches to get “up close and
personal” with real-live missionaries. We have a workshop today that explains this more clearly. Or maybe you can
invite a missionary speaker to your church. There are usually very willing missionaries in this area who would love to
come to your church! Don’t let the size of your church stop you from inviting a missionary. I have heard more than
one missionary say they love coming to the smaller churches—it can be a less formal and a more interactive time with
a smaller group—maybe have dinner or breakfast together. I get to read the President’s reports and see how you are
having Sunday morning mission-moments and using other creative means to communicate with your local
congregations. Thank YOU!!
Make plans to attend our Zone Tour this fall, October 4-11, with Barry and Charlie Carney from Paraguay. When
the exact churches and times are announced, please promote attendance from your church members. The Carney’s
are great speakers and your people will really enjoy their presentation.
Also, mark your calendars for September 25-26—it’s been a while, but our South-Central Region will be holding a
Regional NMI Conference September 25-26 here in Oklahoma City. That’s a Friday evening and Saturday morning.
Mary Johnson, our Regional Director, is here with the children today. She is working hard to organize this event. Be
alert for more information and people from your church who would be interested in attending.
Southwest Oklahoma has been a discipling district.
Discipling has been defined for NMI as involving children and youth. Sometimes of all our goals this is the
toughest!! It has been suggested that we change this wording to Serving. Either way, we need to teach our children
and youth about a global worldview with Christ at the center.
Pastors and youth pastors we especially need your help here. You have been so instrumental in planning ways
our youth can be involved in service. Thank you!! Just a plug for the Commission to Mexico trip sponsored by SNU at
Christmas break –it’s a great “easy” way to get youth involved in Missions. Or planning a Saturday at one of the local
Compassionate Ministry Centers—those ministries are here today if you would like to schedule a time.
Even today our Kids Mission Day with the theme of “It’s a Small World” is an attempt to expand our children’s
horizons to see that Jesus loves the whole world and they can be a part of spreading that good news.
Another involvement of youth in mission is SNU’s Students in Mission Service (SIMS.) As a district we have NINE
students going this summer! How exciting! We also have one of our District Council members, Alix Scott, going this
summer with the Youth in Mission program. There will be a workshop today exploring how to get youth involved.
Beyond 100—what will that look like? There will be methodology changes for sure, but the message is the same
as Jesus commissioned the first disciples with a promise--“Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing
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them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have
commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”
Many thanks to all who made the good things of today possible—the workshops leaders, the booth participants,
the musicians, the Kids Mission Day leaders, the Mustang church staff, the Rodebush’s, and especially the SWOK
NMI Council. They are a wonderful group and it’s my privilege to work with them. And as always thank you to my
friend, Gwen, and husband, Darrel.
Respectfully,
Cindy Powell, SWOK NMI President
3. District NYI President
“Look for a different angle,” Tadashi exclaims to Hiro while holding him upside down by the foot. Hiro is working to
get into a college for brilliant minds but has no idea what project to pursue that will impress the leadership enough to
get in. In the movie Big Hero 6, Hiro learns several valuable lessons from his older brother, and this is one, which
saves his life and others.
“Look for a different angle.”
This has me thinking about the current state of youth ministry as a district. As we move forward together one
theme seems to resonate within me. The whole must benefit the parts. If we are not seeing the collaborative work of
the larger body bringing life and sustenance into individual churches and youth groups then it seems there is
something wrong.
As SWOK NYI we plan a few events a year and come together for a time but then we leave and wait until the next
big thing. Church camp is always a top notch event and experience with real connection between students from other
churches as well as between students and God. We join forces in competition over the Turkey Bowl, our annual flag
football competition, rain, wind, or cold (just not ice). We have had district worship services throughout the year before
and tried some alternative activities, both relational and spiritual, to generate more cohesiveness.
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When we gather like we do, it appears we are achieving the desired goal, that we have successfully created an
entity to sustain each smaller body. We connect relationally and spiritually. We generate a feel of being a part of
something bigger and we celebrate the name of Jesus that unites us.
But then we leave those events heading to our own little worlds to fight the battle in our own contexts. We carry on
and wait for the next scheduled event. And we must ask if this is good.
I am not convinced we are fulfilling our designated purpose. I am pretty sure that the individual churches,
especially the smaller ones in rural areas, lose battery power that was charged from being together as a district. I know
youth pastors feel isolated and alone. I am aware of the struggle to maintain momentum with only a few students,
limited resources, and weak support.
We have seen a fair share of change in leadership on a district level as well as turnover on the local context. We
have laity and interns serving in full time positions across the district. We have churches with aging members that feel
their influence in young lives is waning. We have metro churches with full time staff and a full set of volunteers as well
as interns who face different struggles, have different needs.
I believe we can create something that is beneficial for the group as a whole. My vision is to see youth workers
equipped and empowered, trained and supplied, across the district, to thrive in their place of ministry. I want to see
churches partner together and relationships enhanced that go beyond camp. I believe we need to be sensitive to the
needs and struggles of the rural isolated churches and work to come alongside them in partnership. I also believe that
we must not neglect the metro churches with their own support and assume their needs are completely met. The
district’s ministry is to the churches that make it up. It must exist to enhance the ministry of those churches. When it
fails to enrich the local church then it fails to fulfill its purpose.
While I do not believe the state of SWOK NYI is in panic or disrepair, I want to be diligent to check its pulse and
assess its health. Just because one does not need a hospital does not mean one is well. We must look for a different
angle as we pursue the health and wellness of the district, which means that the health of the churches which make up
the district should be tended to regularly. I will be looking for a different angle in which the district can exist to augment
the ministry of the local church and ask that you do the same.
Expectantly submitted,
Brett Armstrong, District NYI President
B. DISTRICT BOARDS AND STANDING COMMITTEES
1. District Advisory Board
We, the members of the District Advisory Board continue to watch as God leads through Jim and Betty Cooper. We
have had four regularly scheduled meetings with numerous email votes. We have tried to carry on the business of the
district with the future in sight. We have faced many difficult decisions as we have asked God to lead us.
PROPERTY
 Merger between Oklahoma City Pennsylvania Avenue and Oklahoma City First Indian; approved a name
change to Oklahoma City All Nations Church of the Nazarene. Jubilee Partners will stay at its current facility
at First Indian and will pay for the maintenance. The District Office has been listed with a realtor for sale.
 Approved the name change for Oklahoma City Portland Avenue to Oklahoma City Faith, Hope and Life.
 Sale of the Clinton church was approved.
 Approved listing of Oklahoma City First Indian Church with a realtor.
 Approved the sale of the District Office furnishings to Mustang Church.
NEW STARTS
 Moore Casa Vida has begun under the leadership of Erick and Jackie Sanchez.
 Nick Bollinger has been working diligently to get Junction Coffee started. You may have seen the double
decker bus driving around town.
 Approved the disorganization of Oklahoma City Capitol Hill in order to recognize Oklahoma City JesuCristo
Luz de Verdad.
 Discussions are taking place to work with Oklahoma District to start a new church in Midtown Oklahoma City.
FINANCE
 Worked with America’s Christian Credit Union and Wesley Investment Foundation to refinance Oklahoma City
Pennsylvania Avenue. Penn Avenue will pay off one-half of the loan at America’s Christian Credit Union with
the district paying the remaining half.
 Approved combining the bank accounts at Oklahoma City Pennsylvania Avenue and Oklahoma City First
Indian
TRANSFERS
 We reviewed and recommended all ministers and lay ministers in and out of our district to the Ministerial
Credentials Board.
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Approved the jurisdiction transfer of Ik B. Chun to the Korea District on October 6, 2014. The transfer was
accepted by the Korea District on December 15, 2014.
APPOINTMENTS & ROLE CODES
 Reviewed and recommended all pastoral appointments to the Ministerial Credentials Board.
 Approved all SPC role code requests.
Respectfully Submitted,
RICK POWELL, Board Secretary
2. Ministerial Credentials Board
We recommend the following Elders be received by transfer: Harlan Buettner from Oklahoma; Richard L.
Funderburk from South Arkansas; G. Bill Smith from Central California
We recommend the following Licensed Ministers be received by transfer: Kaylyn R. Messer from Dallas; Jay
Seymour from Oklahoma; Austin Jack Troyer from Oklahoma
We recommend the following Elders be transferred: Daryl Brown to Southern Florida; Terri Denise Cobb to
Oklahoma; Maurice Bert Daniels to Intermountain; Arthur Louis Evans to Oklahoma; Richard D. Gunsalus to Anaheim;
Larry A. Henderson to Oklahoma; E.R. (Ed) Houston to Oklahoma; Curtis Lewis, Jr. to Oklahoma; Louis M.
Scarbrough to North Arkansas; Stan A. Toler to Oklahoma; Juan R. Vazquez to West Texas; Noemi Q. Vazquez to
West Texas; Gerald W. Woods to Oklahoma
We recommend the following Licensed Ministers be transferred: Christopher Richard Davies to Michigan; Leslie
Noel Davies to Michigan; Kelcie Jo Exline to Kansas; Erika Rivera to Louisiana; Joshua W.R. Roebuck to South
Texas; Cory Ryan Williams to Florida
We unanimously recommend the following be elected to elder’s orders and ordained: Brett James Armstrong,
Phillip M. Innis
We unanimously recommend the recognition of credentials as an elder for the following: Jonathan Charles Bender
We recommend the following be granted a minister’s license (elder track): Robert Cranston, Bryant
Dougharty, Amber Gunter, Stephanie Polito, Ben Ponder, Eric Ponder, Pamela Runyan, Brianna Shay, Jacob Story,
Brendon Weaver, Christopher Yarbrough
We recommend the following for renewal of minister’s license (elder track): Brett Armstrong, Matthew Asetamy,
Clay Baker, Nohora Chandler, Joe Ellis, Rafael Esparza, Eddie Espino, Phillip Innis, Rachel James, Martha
Lozano, Kaylyn Messer, Sharon Oh, Paul Ra, Duhamel
“Duey” Rodriguez, Jay
Seymour, Austin Troyer, Luis Vieyra
We recommend the following be granted a ministers license (non-ordination track): Karem Lopez.
We recommend the following for renewal of ministers license (non-ordination track): Wesley Dalrymple.
We recommend the renewal of registered evangelist certificate for the following: Terry Jones
We recommend the renewal of registered song evangelist certificate for the following: Janice Edwards
We recommend that the following elders be granted retired status: Sally Jo Boyd, Wallace Neil Boyd, Rex Tullis
We recommend the following for Special Service assignment: Nick Bollinger, Richard Bond, Wendall Buck,
Kenneth L. Couchman, Kristen Donovan, Larry Ryan, Rick Short, Mark Williams
The following ministers were not renewed having not applied: Jenny Brown, Tiffany Fletcher, Stephan Maynard
We approved the filing of credential, having been unassigned for four years for: Giovanni Monterroso
We recommend the following be removed from the roll of elders following their transfer to the Church Triumphant:
Floyd Irwin Harris, Joseph L. Killgore, Emmett E. Taylor
We recommend the following be removed from the roll of licensed ministers following his transfer to the Church
Triumphant: Ben Lee Hester
Respectfully submitted,
CHARLES CROW, Secretary
JIM COOPER, Chairman
3. Ministerial Studies Board
Elder Track
Placed in Level I: Karem Lopez, Eric Ponder, Brandon Weaver
Retained in Level I: John Carnell, Nicole Heredia;
Placed in Level II: Amber Gunter, Stephanie Rae Polito, Jay Seymour, Brianna Shay, Chris Yarbrough
Retained in Level II: Clay Baker, Nohora Chandler, Joseph Ellis, Rafael Esparza, Tiffany Fletcher, Rachel
Danae James, Martha Lozano, Curtiss Petties, Laura Waggoner
Placed in Level III: Robert Cranston, Jacob Story, Luis Vieyra
Placed in Level IV: Bryant Dougharty, Heriberto (Eddie) Espino, Ben Ponder
Retained in Level IV: Matthew Asetamy, David Raus Huitt, Estelle Maldonado, Kaylyn Messer, Duhamel
(Duey) Rodriquez,
Graduated Elder Track
Brett Armstrong, Austin Troyer
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Transferred to another District
Kelcie Exline, Erika Rivera, Joshua Roebuck, Cory Williams
Deacon Track- Music
Retain in Level II: David Abrego
Referred back to Local Church
Jennifer Brown
38 active students - 2 graduated - 3 transferred to another District - 1 referred back to Local Church = 32 active student
files
Respectively submitted,
MARK WILLIAMS, Chairman
CHARLES CROW, District Secretary
C. ASSEMBLY COMMITTEES
1. Finance Committee
We, your Finance Committee, wholeheartedly support the mission of the Church of the Nazarene. Funding the
Mission of the Church is our privilege and responsibility. We have always been known as a sharing church. We
therefore recommend the following plan for Funding the Mission:
 Determine your weekly income, using the following method.
 Income equals: all contributions which qualify for an IRS tax deduction.
 Deduct WEF (World Evangelism Fund) and Approved Specials.
 This gives you the base on which to pay Shares.
The following Shares will be paid on the above base:
 World Evangelism Fund (WEF) ...... 5.5%
 Pensions & Benefits (P&B) ........... 2.25%
 Education (SNU) ........................... 2.25%
 District Unified Fund ........................ 7.0%
Utilize the calculator, found on the www.fundingthemission.org, to keep track of your giving each week or month.
World Evangelism, Approved Specials and Pensions & Benefits:
Send to:
Global Treasury Services - Church of the Nazarene
P.O. Box 843116
Kansas City, MO 64184-3116
Education Funds:
Send to:
Southern Nazarene University
th
6729 N.W. 39 Expressway
Bethany, OK 73008
District Unified Funds:
Send to:
Southwest Oklahoma District Church of the Nazarene
P.O. Box 937
Mustang, OK 73064
Furthermore, we, your Finance Committee, continue to be mindful of the need to reduce the Shares paid by local
churches to the District Unified Fund in order to facilitate the ministry of our local churches.
District Ministries
INCOME
Unified Shares 15-16
Encounter’s Week Offering
Carry Over
TOTAL – Budgeted Income
EXPENSES
Salaries & Benefits
D.S. Salary
D.S. Housing Allowance
Sub Total
Ministries
SDMI Shares 15-16
NYI Shares 15-16
NMI Shares 15-16
339,900
10,000
17,802
367,702
71,500
42,000
$113,500
10,197
10,197
13,596
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Leadership Development
OUNSC
District Family Camp
RAC & RAC Special
Ethnic Ministries
Sub Total
1,000
3,000
10,000
500
1,500
$50,990
Office Operations
Office Personnel - Office Manager
Office Personnel - Bookkeeper
Office Supplies, Copier & Printing
Computer Equipment & Supplies
Office Telephone
Office Postage
Office Mortgage & Utilities
Equipment Service – Maintenance & Repair
FICA & Medicare – Office Personnel
D.S. Self-Employment Tax
Sub Total
35,700
10,712
4,000
100
1,600
2,000
16,000
1,000
4,200
18,000
$93,312
Other Operational Expenses
District Secretary
District Treasurer
D.S. Healthcare
D.S. Life & Disability Insurance
D.S. Conference, Professional, etc.
D.S. Auto & Travel
D.S. Telephone
Board & Committee Meetings
Christmas Banquet
Christmas Gifts
District Assembly
Flower, Cards & Gifts
General Assembly – Annual Reserve
Dist. – Ins & Workers Comp
ARMM Breakfast
Miscellaneous
Legal & Accounting
Retreats
DAB Specials
Sub Total
1,000
2,400
12,000
14,800
15,000
20,000
2,500
1,400
3,000
2,500
7,000
3,000
4,000
6,000
800
4,000
500
6,000
4,000
109,600
TOTAL – Budgeted Expense
$367,702
OTHER RECOMMENDATIONS:
That mileage for District Boards and Committees be set at 35¢ per mile, plus tolls. Further, that the
recommendation be followed by all District Departments to provide continuity throughout the District programs;
Finally, that the Sunday School, NYI, and NMI each pay their fair share of convention expenses, such as building
use, etc.
Respectfully submitted,
TERRY ARMSTRONG, Secretary
MEL JURJENS, Chairman
2. Audit Committee
Dear Dr. Cooper and District Board:
On Tuesday, March 3, 2015, Terry Armstrong, Rick Powell and Don Rader met at the District offices to audit the
various accounts of the SW Oklahoma District for the 2014 fiscal year. We compared all deposits in each account to
the bank statements, conducted a random sample of purchases and checks written each month, checked a random
sample of credit card purchases and reimbursements to make sure that appropriate documentation was present to
justify the expense, and checked savings accounts and inner account transfers to make sure supporting
documentation was present.
General Funds:
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We found that the General Fund books were in excellent shape with supporting documentation as needed.
Records were carefully kept and were easy to find and understand as we proceeded through the audit process. We
would make some recommendations that might be helpful in the future. We recommend that when merchandise is
purchased or delivered to the district offices that receiving copies be signed so that there is assurance that
merchandise that is being paid for was actually received. We also recommend that when credit cards (Square
Deposits) are used at Salyer Lake for memberships, etc. that there be a better method of documentation. It was
difficult to reconcile the deposits with the credit card usage.
NMI Funds:
We had some difficulty reconciling the bank statements because we were missing two months, February and
March of 2014. We also found that documentation was not sufficient to verify all transactions. We were finally able to
reconcile the total in their account with the bank statements and believe that all funds have been properly accounted.
We recommend that NMI pay all their own expenses. We also believe that future audits would be much easier if each
treasurer would use Quick Books for their records.
Kids Camp Funds:
We found all records for this account to be in good order and found no problems as we looked at the records.
Sunday School Funds:
We found all records for this account to be in good order and found no problems as we looked at the records.
NYI Funds:
We found all records for this account to be in good order and found no problems as we looked at the records.
General Recommendations:
For future audit purposes, we are recommending that each treasurer at a minimum provide the following
information.
 The beginning balance on February 1 of the current fiscal year. This needs to be reconciled with the bank
statement
 Invoices with checks and some documentation authorizing the expenses
 Ending balance on January 31 at the end of the fiscal year in question
 All bank statements
 All reconciliation information with the bank statements
 Outstanding checks as of January 31 of the fiscal year in questions
We also recommend that there be some accounting of holding funds in the various accounts. There should be
some designation of how the end of the year balances are to be used. We also recommend that these end of the year
balances be placed in the District savings account until the money is to be used. At that time the District would then
return the funds to the appropriate entity. We understand that this would require some additional accounting through
the District office.
We express appreciation to the different individuals for their excellent work and diligence to help us in the auditing
process.
Rev. Terry L. Armstrong, Chairman of the Finance Committee
AUDIT COMMITTEE:
Rev. Terry Armstrong
Rick Powell
Don Rader
3. Nominating Committee
Partial Report No. 1
We, the District Nominating Committee, submit the following recommendations:
Balloting Process
That District Advisory Board election be done in two steps. The first ballot shall be a limiting ballot and the two (2)
names receiving the greatest number of votes shall be voted on as a second ballot to determine the election.
Advisory Board Rotation
That a rotation policy be established for the District Advisory Board which continues the present terms of service
and adds that a member having served two consecutive full terms (4 years each term) will be ineligible for nomination
for the year following the two consecutive full terms.
Reasoning: The practice of resting from service for one year after eight consecutive years of service allows the
member to gain new perspective of the ministry context, serve in other areas of ministry, develops new leaders and
benefits the work by gaining the competency and gifts of another member.
Partial Report No. 2
We, the District Nominating Committee, submit the following nominations to be elected by plurality ballot:
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District Officers
District Advisory Board: (4-year term to expire in 2019)
Ordained Ministers (vote for one):
Laypersons (vote for one):
Jim Hill
Jason Cornelius
Hyeon Hoon Lee
Larry Kiebe
Sergio Rodriquez
Rick Powell
Jeffery Sikes
Raylon Shumaker
Board of Trustees, Southern Nazarene University: (3-year term to expire in 2018)
Layperson (vote for one)
Becky Armstrong
Steve Livingston
Celia Palmer
Partial Report No. 3
We, the District Nominating Committee, present the following nominations to be elected by plurality ballot:
Salyer Lake Conference and Retreat Center Board: (3-year term to expire in 2018)
Ministers (vote for three):
Laypersons (vote for three):
Kristen Donovan
Aaron Garrett
Larry Hunter
Larry Kiebe
Mike Murray
Steve Livingston
Erick Sanchez
Bobby Rader
Richard Schneberger
Gary Russell
Jeff Sikes
Lonnie Taylor
Karola Sikes
Partial Report No. 4
We, the District SDMI Nominating Committee, present the following nominations to be elected by plurality ballot:
Sunday School Ministries Board (SDMI): (3-year term to expire in 2018)
Ministers (vote for one):
Laypersons (vote for one):
Jonathan Bender
Melodi McWilliams
Mark Fryar
Curtiss Petties
Nick Ward
Nettie Stroud
Respectfully submitted,
CHARLES CROW, Secretary
JIM G. COOPER, Chairman
3. Ministerial Support
Pastoral care is a biblical concept and practice that is assigned to men and women full of the Spirit and
wisdom that cannot be considered lightly by your elected church boards. Realizing that staffing and financing
resources of the churches can vary, we urge the appropriate committee to study and recommend actions at least
annually in each of the following areas. (Churches receiving district support must comply with existing district
policy regarding local church finance.) The following are recommended:
Salary
1. That the salaries of pastor and paid staff be carefully reviewed annually. Cost-of-living increases should not
be viewed as a raise, but only a means of keeping your pastor and staff current with the salary package with
which they began their assignment. Consideration for merit pay increases should be a separate decision.
Each church should carefully consider what criteria it wants to use in determining merit pay increases.
2. That the pastoral remunerations comprise:
a. Fair and generous salary including the full amount of Social Security (based on pastor’s salary plus
housing allowance and/or parsonage rental value and utilities).
b. Parsonage and/or housing allowance.
c. Utilities and parsonage expense.
d. Family health and life insurance premiums, insurance co-payments and/or deductibles.
e. Church-related vehicle usage reimbursement or allowance.
f. Annuity allowance and/or other supplemental retirement programs.
g. Continuing ministerial education allowance.
h. Miscellaneous professional reimbursements for such things as books, entertainment, conventions, and
conferences.
3. That the church pays the Pensions and Benefits Budget in full.
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4. That the church and the pastors and associates agree to an amount from the salary and benefits package
that should be placed in a TSA account towards retirement. This is in addition to the amount put in by the
general church. Questions regarding TSA accounts should be directed to the Pensions and Benefits Office of
the Global Ministry Center.
Insurance
1. That health insurance for the pastor and his/her family be paid for by the local church.
2. That each church develops a policy regarding sick leave for pastors and associates.
Reimbursed Expenses
1. That car expenses are reimbursed or a car allowance be set up for each pastor to defray expenses incurred
in operating an automobile for pastoral calling, church business, and other necessary church-related travel
costs.
2. That the church board encourages the pastor(s) to enroll in pastoral continuing education programs by
providing financial remuneration for at least one such opportunity annually.
3. That each church provide the pastor(s) with a professional expense amount to assist in purchasing books,
tapes, etc., for his/her library, and supplies, such as birthday cards, wedding gifts, etc., that are for his/her
ministry.
4. That a hospitality expense amount be established to reimburse the pastor(s) for his/her entertainment and
business expenses.
5. That each local church set aside in a savings fund a monthly allotment toward the pastor’s General Assembly
expense, and that it be sufficient to include his/her family.
6. That each church encourage the pastor to participate in general, district, and educational programs and
activities (i.e., general assembly, evangelism conferences, district assembly, Pastors’ and Spouses’ Retreat,
team meetings, pastors’ days), and that his/her expenses be cared for by the church. This time away should
not be considered part of the pastor’s vacation, and pulpit supply is to be provided as necessary by the local
church.
Housing
1. That the church board will discuss with the pastor the option of purchasing his or her own home. The church
may wish to consider an interest-free loan to the pastor, assisting with a down payment. At the same time,
churches must investigate the long-term value of retaining a church-owned parsonage.
2. Where the church does not supply a parsonage or the pastor owns his or her own home, that, in addition to
basic salary, the pastor be given a housing allowance. The housing allowance should be established by
taking into consideration the current housing and utility costs.
3. That before a church arranges for a pastor to own his/her own home, full consultation be made with the
district superintendent and cleared by the District Board of Church Properties.
4. That where the church provides a parsonage, the church should pay all expenses such as mortgage
payments, taxes, and utilities. A committee should be assigned the responsibility of inspecting the parsonage
semiannually so that repairs and improvements are cared for properly and adequately.
5. That if the church owns a parsonage, steps should be taken to apply to the county tax assessor to have the
property tax exempt. If the church has questions on the procedure, contact the district treasurer for
assistance.
Vacations and Sabbatical
1. That each church grants its pastor and full-time staff a paid vacation based on total length of full-time service
in the ministry of the Church of the Nazarene in accordance with the following schedule:
0—4 years of service: two weeks paid vacation (14 days, including 2 Sundays)
5—14 years of service: three weeks paid vacation (21 days, including 3 Sundays)
15 years and over: four weeks (28 days, including 4 Sundays)
25 years and over: 35 days, including 5 Sundays (not consecutive)
2. That the church board urge its pastor and full-time staff to take a minimum of one regularly scheduled day off
each week.
3. That each church be sensitive to the needs of their pastor(s). They live with great responsibility in the ministry
and face growing pressures that can result in burnout. Therefore, local church leaders should make provision
for a sabbatical/study leave during the seventh consecutive year of service in the present local church as well
as other special needs ministries such as marriage enrichment, counseling service, and an occasional extra
day off for rest and renewal. Implementing this sabbatical is to be done after consultation by the board with
the district superintendent.
Encouragement and Support
1. That each church develops intentional and meaningful ways to regularly pray for pastors, staff and families.
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2. That each church finds ways to recognize the pastor/staff and family members at appropriate times of the
year, i.e., birthdays, anniversaries, Christmas, etc.
3. That each church participates in the nationally designated Pastor Appreciation Sunday in October.
4. That each local church board reviews this report annually at least two months before the new budget process
begins.
5. That the pastor and church board conduct an annual planning session where goals and expectations are
reviewed and updated. A copy of this written understanding is to be sent to the district superintendent per
Manual paragraph 122.
Respectfully submitted,
RICK POWELL, Chairman
4. Honoring Faithful Followers of Christ
“And I saw a new heaven and a new earth; for the first heaven and the first earth were passed away…and I, John,
saw the holy city, new Jerusalem, coming down from God out of heaven, prepared as a bride adorned for her
husband”. (Rev. 21:1-3).
“His master replied, ‘Well done, good and faithful servant! You have been faithful with a few things; I will put you
in charge of many things. Come and share your master’s happiness!’ (Matt. 25:21)
MINISTERS—
Rev. James L. Fishback, Hollis
Rev. Ben Lee Hester, OKC All Nations
Rev. Joseph Killgore, OKC SouthPointe
Dr. W.M. Lynch, OKC Trinity
Rev. Emmitt Taylor, Bethany Calvary
LAYPERSONS—
ALTUS—Thelma Martin
ANADARKO—Carla Grimes, Nell Springer
BETHANY CALVARY—Clara Gowen, Dorothy Ogden, Josie Eileen Zell
CARNEGIE—Irene Ulrich, Burlene Walker, Rhama Weaver
CHICKASHA—Alfred Hurley
DUNCAN HERITAGE OAKS—Rick Buchannan, Irene Luttrell, Audene Pearson
EL RENO—Wilma Goodman
ELK CITY—Clesta Costette DeLay
EMERSON—Helen Goodeagle
MARLOW—Wanda Crouch, Agner Waggnor
MOORE—Howard Apple
MUSTANG—Nadine Hartnett, Nancy Hess, Wilma Moon
NOBLE—Cleatus Hill
NORMAN COMMUNITY—Mildred Gish, Pat Hogan, Florene Hodam
OKC FIRST KOREAN—Jaeshim Escobia, Youngsun Park, Sunil Choo
OKC MAY AVENUE—Velma Hughes
OKC SOUTHPOINTE—Velma Hughes, Arthur Smith
OKC TRINITY—Carl Childers, Larry Dorsey, Betty Lynch, Mary Norton, Price Pooler, Mary Qualis, Mary
Valdez
OKC WESTERN OAKS—Jefferson Grasmick, Douglas Marsh
OKC WOODSON PARK—Mae Copeland
TUTTLE—Terry Branstetter
WALTERS—Steve Brent
YUKON—Loran Myers, Jim Powers
Respectfully submitted,
SHARON REGESTER, Secretary
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VI. Minutes of the Convention
NMI Convention
Mustang Church of the Nazarene
April 11, 2015
Saturday Morning
The opening session of the convention began with a skit. NMI Cindy Powell welcomed the delegates and
Pastor Terry Armstrong gave a welcome and prayed for the convention. Dr. Jim Cooper, District Superintendent,
presented Cindy Powell for her annual report. The delegates were dismissed to attend workshops.
The 100th anniversary of NMI was celebrated with a reception before reconvening to continue the convention.
The ballot for district council members was distributed. The nominating committee voted to have the election by
plurality vote. Vote for four.
A time of worship began with music led by Nathan Keever. Cindy Powell interviewed SIMS and YIM students
and Dee Boyt prayed for the group as they go to summer ministries. A missionary couple shared an inspiring
message telling of their mission work. An offering was taken. Judy Nantze presented Work and Witness
message. The convention was dismissed for lunch.
The afternoon session began with music. Becky Armstrong shared the Memorial Roll. Cindy Powell
recognized the retired missionaries and the churches that received awards this year. Our missionary guests
again shared about their ministry.
Results of ballot for council members are as follows: Becky Armstrong-91, Robert Barkley-23, Howard
Culbertson-114, Kristin Donovan-60, Jennifer Lester-60, Judy Nantze-78, Beverly Rupert-38, Anita Shepperd-36,
Karola Sikes-72, Tessa Young-52. Elected: Becky Armstrong, Howard Culbertson, Judy Nantz, Karola Sikes.
The session was closed with music by a children’s choir and prayer.
Respectfully submitted,
Donna Keesee, Recording Secretary
VII. Financial and Statistical
SWOK DISTRICT TREASURER’S REPORT
2014-15 CHURCH YEAR
INCOME
Budget
Unified Shares 14-15
$ 333,500.00
Current YTD
$
342,537.00
Interest Income
$
3,110.00
Oil/Gas Income
$
561.00
18,856.00
District Facility Lease Income
$
22,712.00
$
Encounters Week Offering
$
11,000.00
$
8,817.00
$ 366,212.00
$
380,881.00
Unified Shares - Previous Yr.
$
45,950.00
Education Shares - Previous year
$
966.00
Urban Missionary
$
3,300.00
Casa Vida New Start
$
2,394.00
Church Plant & Advancement
$
19,910.00
Nazarene Foundation Investment Income
$
2,043.00
NMI Cuba Income
$
5,242.00
$ 366,212.00
$
458,686.00
D.S. Salary
$
69,684.00
$
6,9684.00
D.S. Housing Allowance
$
40,000.00
$
39,400.00
$ 109,684.00
$
109,084.00
$
$
9,990.00
Sub Total - Budgeted Income
TOTAL INCOME
EXPENSES
Sub Total
Ministries
SDMI Shares 14-15
9,990.00
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SDMI Shares - Previous Year
$
NYI Shares 14-15
$
9,990.00
NYI Shares - Previous Year
NMI Shares 14-15
$
13,320.00
NMI Shares - Previous Year
497.00
$
9,990.00
$
1,490.00
$
12,898.00
$
1,987.00
Leadership Development
$
1,000.00
$
250.00
OUNSC
$
6,500.00
$
6,500.00
District Worship
$
300.00
$
0.00
District Family Camp
$
10,000.00
$
9,035.00
RAC & RAC Special
$
500.00
$
374.00
Multicultural Ministries
$
500.00
$
449.00
$
52,100.00
$
53,460.00
Office Personnel - Office Manager
$
34,661.00
$
38,810.00
Office Personnel - Bookkeeper
$
10,400.00
$
10,982.00
Office Supplies, Copier & Printing
$
6,000.00
$
1,158.00
Computer Equipment & Supplies
$
1,000.00
$
1,158.00
Office Telephone
$
3,200.00
$
3,066.00
Office Postage
$
2,000.00
$
2,024.00
Office Utilities
$
9,000.00
$
3,764.00
Office Mortgage Interest
$
15,000.00
$
11,069.00
Equipment Service
$
1,000.00
$
1,222.00
District Officers Expense
$
0.00
$
207.00
FICA & Medicare - Office Personnel
$
4,200.00
$
3,611.00
D.S. Self-Employment Tax
$
17,000.00
$
17,000.00
$ 103,461.00
$
94,071.00
District Secretary
$
1,000.00
$
1,000.00
District Treasurer
$
2,400.00
$
2,400.00
D.S. Healthcare
$
16,100.00
$
18,914.00
D.S. Life & Disability Insurance
$
10,200.00
$
10,200.00
D.S. Conference, Professional, etc.
$
13,000.00
$
8,417.00
D.S. Auto & Travel
$
18,500.00
$
16,829.00
D.S. Telephone
$
2,500.00
$
2,846.00
Boards & Committee Meetings
$
1,400.00
$
1,272.00
Christmas Banquet
$
2,000.00
$
402.00
Christmas Gifts
$
500.00
$
400.00
District Assembly
$
7,000.00
$
6,039.00
Flowers, Cards & Gifts
$
3,000.00
$
2,857.00
General Assembly - Annual Reserve
$
4,000.00
$
-
District Insurance & Workers Comp
$
6,000.00
$
5,515.00
Miscellaneous
$
4,000.00
$
5,562.00
ARMM Breakfast Sponsorship
$
800.00
$
800.00
DAB Special
$
2,000.00
$
1,000.00
Casa Vida New Start
$
0.00
$
26,783.00
Sub Total
Office Operations
Sub Total
Other Operational Expenses
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NCM Expense
$
0.00
$
306,016.00
Legal & Accounting
$
500.00
$
0.00
Retreats
$
6,000.00
$
4,474.00
$ 100,900.00
$
420,340.00
$ 366,145.00
$
676,955.00
C&S Misc. Exp.
$
14,855.00
SNU Expense 14-15
$
13,774.00
SNU Expense - Previous Yr.
$
966.00
Salyer Operations
$
17,241.00
General Assembly (Quadrennial Savings)
$
-4,000.00
NMI Cuba Expense
$
16,559.00
Sub Total
TOTALS - Budgeted Expenses/UNIFIED
Other Expenses
Urban Missionary
$
3,200.00
Church Plant & Advancement
$
9,208.00
$
30,811.00
Property Maintenance
$
1,151.00
$
-
$
863.00
10,359.00
$
94,269.00
$ 376,504.00
$
771,224.00
Income Transfers (funds in & out)
Total Other Expense
GRAND TOTAL EXPENSES
$
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14
15
15a
16
Associate Church
Members
13
Inactive Church
Members
12
17
5
0
2
0
0
6
0
3
0
0
1
0
2
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
4
0
0
74
4
68
114
33
20
0
26
11
15
0
0
0
0
0
43
4
48
46
19
Bethany Calvary
Bethany Jernigan Memorial
Cache First Indian
Canadian Hills
Carnegie
Rev. James S. Hill
Rev. Jonathan Bender
Rev. Matthew Asetamy
Rev. Chad A. Penner
Rev. Chip Perkins
411
49
103
177
108
5
0
0
1
0
0
7
0
0
0
2
0
0
13
0
7
7
0
14
0
4
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
53
0
4
0
0
5
0
8
0
0
58
3
410
56
103
133
105
0
8
65
0
47
0
0
0
0
0
268
52
14
125
58
11
12
13
14
Chickasha First
Clinton
Clinton Milagro de Dios
Duncan Heritage Oaks
50
25
10
250
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
1
0
0
0
3
4
1
0
0
9
0
0
0
16
0
0
0
11
1
0
0
36
49
25
13
218
24
0
0
158
0
0
0
0
40
31
15
89
15
El Reno First
Rev. Joseph A. Ellis
Rev. Gordon L. Bennett
Rev. Cristóbal Izaguirre
Rachel James
Ron Dech
Rev. Mark T. Fryar
134
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
133
81
0
53
16
17
18
19
20
Elk City
Emerson (First Indian)
Erick
Hollis
Komah Memorial
Rev. Robert K. Barkley
Rev. Lena A. Calfy
Rev. Lee Mauldin
Rev. James Daniel Ikner, Interim
50
38
29
31
49
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
49
38
29
30
49
21
21
0
0
25
0
0
0
0
0
42
14
9
13
20
21
22
23
24
25
Lawton First
Lawton Heights
Lawton Korean Community
Mangum
Marlow
Rev. Wendall G. Buck
Rev. Michael D. Murray
Rev. Kijoon Yun
128
162
23
28
60
1
2
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
2
129
164
25
28
58
50
104
3
5
27
0
0
0
0
0
49
52
25
11
17
26
27
Moore
Moore Casa Vida/House of Life
99
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
98
2
86
0
0
0
12
2
28
29
30
Mustang
Newcastle Life Springs
Noble
Rev. C. Rick West
Rev. Erick F. Sanchez
Rev. Jacklyn Sanchez
Rev. Terrill L. Armstrong
Rev. Maria Isela Reyes Estrada
Eddie G. Stark
392
24
109
23
0
1
13
0
0
10
0
0
46
0
1
3
0
1
0
2
0
4
1
0
7
3
1
431
21
109
0
2
0
0
0
0
333
20
24
31
32
33
34
35
Norman Community
Oklahoma City Capitol Hill
Oklahoma City Crown Heights
Oklahoma City First Indian
Oklahoma City First Korean
397
113
38
25
178
3
0
0
0
5
0
0
0
0
10
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
15
1
0
1
0
3
2
88
0
0
20
0
25
0
25
0
3
113
1
25
23
397
0
37
0
170
267
0
8
0
50
0
0
0
0
0
145
0
22
0
110
* Sponsored New Church this Year
Rev. Erin D. Ward
Rev. Nicholas A. Ward
Rev. Brent Alan Hardesty
Rev. Clifford S. Thirion
Rev. Hyeon-Hoon Lee
Total Gains
6
7
8
9
10
Weekly Corporate
Worship
0
0
0
0
0
Rev. Andrew W. Young
Total Losses
1
0
1
0
0
Pastor Name
Altus
Altus Korean
Anadarko
Ardmore First
Ardmore Hispanic
Lost by Death
Rev. Curtis L. Koscheski
Rev. Dee Boyt
Mr. Jorge Soto
69
4
69
114
33
Church Name
1
2
3
4
5
Received by
Transfer
Lost by Transfer to
Other Nazarene
Churches
11
Lost by Removal,
Commendation, or
Release
10
Full Church Members
End of Year
9
Received from Other
Denominations
8
Received by
Profession of Faith
2015
7
Full Church Members
Reported Last Year
6
MEMBERSHIP AND WORSHIP
13
14
15
15a
16
Associate Church
Members
12
17
25
1
25
0
0
70
7
26
2
0
0
2
1
0
0
3
0
11
0
0
0
2
1
0
0
3
4
13
0
0
67
83
59
43
81
0
16
11
15
40
0
0
0
0
0
70
78
85
16
32
Rev. Richard L. Schneberger
Rev. Nicolas Becerra
Rev. Douglas D. Vernier
Rev. H. Douglas Runyan
Rev. Hardy Powers III
98
16
67
808
487
1
0
0
11
3
2
0
0
0
0
5
0
5
5
12
8
0
5
16
15
0
0
3
8
2
42
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
6
3
43
0
3
14
5
63
16
69
810
497
13
0
13
209
170
0
0
0
0
0
142
30
78
403
289
Oklahoma City Woodson Park
Pauls Valley
Snyder
Tuttle
Walters
Rev. Darren L. Sims
Rev. Claude S. Ledbetter
Rev. Thomas C. Snider
Rev. Phillip Innis
Rev. Paul A. Metcalfe
60
61
8
69
159
1
0
0
3
10
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
3
10
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
2
0
3
0
0
3
1
60
61
8
69
168
20
0
0
58
52
0
0
0
0
0
28
38
10
12
71
Waurika
Weatherford
Yukon First
Southwest Oklahoma Supplemental
Rev. Jeffrey D. Sikes
Rev. Gary L. Reynolds
18
66
228
0
0
3
4
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
3
5
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
3
0
18
69
230
0
12
30
81
0
0
0
13
34
130
Rev. Luis Vieyra
Rev. Kelly B. Griffith
Rev. F. Wayne Stark
Rev. Wesley W. Dalrymple
Rev. Terry W. Edwards
41
*42
43
44
45
Oklahoma City R.O.C.
Oklahoma City Rosa de Saron
Oklahoma City SouthPointe
Oklahoma City Trinity
Oklahoma City Western Oaks
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
Current Year Total
5,972
99
76
116
291
57
240
93
390
5,873
1,864
0
3,384
Last Year Total
6,216
123
50
113
286
65
398
67
530
5,972
2,048
0
3,558
26
3
5
(158)
26
(140)
Increase / (Decrease)
Organized
Oklahoma City JesuCristo Luz de
Verdad
* Sponsored New Church this Year
Name Change
Total Gains
Oklahoma City JesuCristo Luz de Verdad
Oklahoma City May Avenue
Oklahoma City Pennsylvania Avenue
Oklahoma City Portland Avenue
Oklahoma City Providence
Weekly Corporate
Worship
35
2
0
0
0
36
37
38
39
40
Total Losses
10
4
1
2
0
Pastor Name
Lost by Death
0
80
46
41
81
Church Name
Received by
Transfer
Lost by Transfer to
Other Nazarene
Churches
11
Lost by Removal,
Commendation, or
Release
10
Inactive Church
Members
9
Full Church Members
End of Year
8
Received by
Profession of Faith
Full Church Members
Reported Last Year
2015
7
Received from Other
Denominations
6
MEMBERSHIP AND WORSHIP
Inactive
(244)
(24)
Transfer
(8)
(99)
Merge
Disorganize
Oklahoma City First Indian
with Oklahoma City Pennsylvania
Avenue
Oklahoma City Capitol Hill
(184)
0
Drop
(174)
20a
21a
22
22a
23
23a
24
24a
26
27
28
29
29a
0
0
3
4
3
40
4
58
24
15
27
4
28
13
11
54
4
86
64
26
30
4
39
24
19
24
0
39
24
19
20
4
0
15
0
0
0
0
62
0
0
0
0
25
0
3
0
12
11
4
31
0
25
45
0
0
0
0
15
0
6
7
8
9
10
Bethany Calvary
Bethany Jernigan Memorial
Cache First Indian
Canadian Hills
Carnegie
47
34
2
99
25
28
16
2
25
3
55
23
4
110
33
20
5
4
20
3
265
65
11
212
105
138
21
10
85
29
367
122
17
421
163
186
42
16
130
35
150
34
14
90
35
36
8
0
90
0
136
55
0
34
50
27
0
0
0
0
55
15
0
25
1
410
56
0
150
105
55
31
0
0
110
11
12
13
14
15
Chickasha First
Clinton
Clinton Milagro de Dios
Duncan Heritage Oaks
El Reno First
14
15
5
25
26
11
0
5
15
9
9
4
0
20
31
7
0
0
5
20
31
35
11
30
40
22
15
11
14
16
54
54
16
75
97
40
15
16
34
45
33
0
16
34
45
12
15
16
20
11
0
28
0
35
51
0
0
0
15
0
7
0
0
25
31
18
0
0
0
133
16
0
0
0
0
16
17
18
19
20
Elk City
Emerson (First Indian)
Erick
Hollis
Komah Memorial
17
4
5
3
12
12
4
0
2
10
7
6
0
2
4
5
6
0
0
2
22
4
25
17
15
11
4
9
14
10
46
14
30
22
31
28
14
9
16
22
28
14
0
16
15
0
14
0
0
15
0
0
0
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
0
0
0
0
24
11
29
14
10
18
0
0
0
0
21
22
23
24
25
Lawton First
Lawton Heights
Lawton Korean Community
Mangum
Marlow
95
62
8
2
19
24
18
4
2
9
60
14
5
0
4
15
5
3
0
1
60
74
10
10
110
25
30
4
8
10
215
150
23
12
133
64
53
11
10
20
64
53
7
10
9
20
5
4
0
1
0
52
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
23
7
0
0
0
129
40
0
0
0
0
44
0
0
0
26
27
28
29
30
Moore
Moore Casa Vida/House of Life
Mustang
Newcastle Life Springs
Noble
4
0
180
6
6
1
0
70
2
2
2
0
100
4
7
1
0
25
3
1
10
2
500
10
34
8
2
134
10
10
16
2
780
20
47
10
2
229
15
13
10
0
229
15
13
8
0
0
15
0
0
0
175
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
150
4
0
12
0
200
19
12
0
0
100
2
0
31
32
33
34
35
Norman Community
Oklahoma City Capitol Hill
Oklahoma City Crown Heights
Oklahoma City First Indian
Oklahoma City First Korean
32
0
13
0
19
13
0
10
0
12
72
0
6
0
15
35
0
6
0
12
125
0
29
0
140
65
0
21
0
100
229
0
48
0
174
113
0
37
0
124
82
0
37
0
60
36
0
16
0
40
45
0
27
0
40
22
0
6
0
0
42
0
7
0
44
130
0
18
0
45
63
0
7
0
20
36
37
Oklahoma City JesuCristo Luz de Verdad
Oklahoma City May Avenue
40
39
20
34
15
42
10
18
40
69
35
25
95
150
65
77
65
77
60
0
65
50
0
0
15
31
0
60
0
10
* Sponsored New Church this Year
NMI Active
Membership
NYI Membership
VBS Enrollment
Average Weekly
SDMI Attendance
Average Weekly
Adult SDMI
Attendance
Average Weekly
Youth SDMI
Attendance
NMI Associate
Membership
3
0
8
15
4
Caravan Enrollment
3
0
8
7
5
Total SDMI
Responsibility List
11
0
20
25
7
Total Adult SDMI
Responsibility List
Altus
Altus Korean
Anadarko
Ardmore First
Ardmore Hispanic
Total Youth SDMI
Responsibility List
1
2
3
4
5
Church Name
Average Weekly
Children’s SDMI
Attendance
Total Average
Weekly Discipleship
Groups Attendance
21
Total Average
Weekly Sunday
School Attendance
2015
20
Total Children’s SDMI
Responsibility List
DISCIPLESHIP
22
22a
23
23a
24
24a
26
27
28
29
29a
60
15
120
40
8
8
89
27
141
56
11
15
46
11
15
10
0
0
0
0
18
0
0
0
7
2
16
0
11
32
0
2
10
Oklahoma City R.O.C.
Oklahoma City Rosa de Saron
Oklahoma City SouthPointe
Oklahoma City Trinity
Oklahoma City Western Oaks
30
8
19
250
60
24
4
12
64
31
20
3
12
160
71
14
3
5
36
29
55
21
73
800
224
42
10
38
167
117
105
32
104
1,210
355
80
17
55
267
177
45
0
55
200
177
60
0
14
67
177
25
0
13
300
35
0
0
0
0
0
20
0
9
225
71
63
0
59
810
328
0
0
8
200
0
46
47
48
49
50
Oklahoma City Woodson Park
Pauls Valley
Snyder
Tuttle
Walters
25
13
4
12
77
5
12
0
7
14
20
4
1
5
48
6
3
0
2
22
45
36
15
20
80
11
23
4
15
47
90
53
20
37
205
22
38
4
24
83
22
23
4
13
83
8
0
0
7
30
0
29
0
0
55
0
0
0
0
0
12
3
0
10
63
62
47
0
8
168
1
31
0
0
0
51
52
53
Waurika
Weatherford
Yukon First
Southwest Oklahoma Supplemental
0
7
37
0
4
10
0
5
47
0
5
10
14
34
137
14
19
72
14
46
221
0
14
28
92
0
0
28
92
0
0
25
0
45
44
0
0
0
0
7
65
0
69
130
0
18
0
Current Year Total
1,502
591
1,103
385
4,001
1,614
6,606
2,590
2,175
879
1,487
95
1,029
3,513
761
Last Year Total
1,543
637
1,111
421
4,096
1,769
6,750
2,827
2,295
869
1,712
93
1,009
3,636
681
2
20
41
*42
43
44
45
Increase / (Decrease)
Organized
Oklahoma City JesuCristo Luz de
Verdad
* Sponsored New Church this Year
Name Change
(41)
(46)
Inactive
(36)
(95)
(155)
Transfer
(144)
(237)
(120)
10
(225)
NMI Active
Membership
NYI Membership
VBS Enrollment
Average Weekly
Adult SDMI
Attendance
Average Weekly
Youth SDMI
Attendance
(8)
NMI Associate
Membership
4
0
4
Caravan Enrollment
6
2
15
Oklahoma City Pennsylvania Avenue
Oklahoma City Portland Avenue
Oklahoma City Providence
Total Adult SDMI
Responsibility List
12
3
3
38
39
40
Total Youth SDMI
Responsibility List
23
10
6
Church Name
Average Weekly
Children’s SDMI
Attendance
Total Average
Weekly Discipleship
Groups Attendance
21a
Total Average
Weekly Sunday
School Attendance
21
Average Weekly
SDMI Attendance
Total Children’s SDMI
Responsibility List
2015
20a
Total SDMI
Responsibility List
20
DISCIPLESHIP
Merge
Disorganize
Oklahoma City First Indian
with Oklahoma City Pennsylvania
Avenue
Oklahoma City Capitol Hill
(123)
80
Drop
1
2
3
4
5
Altus
Altus Korean
Anadarko
Ardmore First
Ardmore Hispanic
39
40
41
Total Given to
Education Funds
38
Other Nazarene
Educational
Instituions
37
Assigned
Educational
Institution
36
Total Given to
District Mission
35
Other District
Interests
34
District Ministry
Funds
33
Pension Fund
Total Church
Income
Church Name
World Evangelism
Fund
PART 1
2015
32
Total Given to
Global Mission
31
Other Global
Interests
30
Approved Mission
Specials
FINANCIAL SUMMARY
84,068
4,342
1,868
0
6,210
1,794
4,616
0
4,616
1,794
0
9,057
0
0
0
0
10
42
0
42
14
0
1,794
14
102,531
5,640
1,813
0
7,453
2,308
7,178
1,100
8,278
2,308
0
2,308
56,242
2,899
685
1,885
5,469
1,208
3,758
569
4,327
1,208
40
1,248
2,700
0
0
0
0
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
25,691
21,233
0
46,924
10,472
32,600
5,000
37,600
10,476
200
10,676
2,552
6
7
8
9
10
Bethany Calvary
490,706
Bethany Jernigan Memorial
123,909
6,373
7,010
0
13,383
2,526
7,927
1,742
9,669
2,552
0
12,157
483
0
0
483
209
800
0
800
255
0
255
Canadian Hills
319,539
16,511
4,754
0
21,265
6,809
20,956
1,704
22,660
6,809
0
6,809
Carnegie
112,124
5,966
3,532
0
9,498
2,453
6,262
0
6,262
1,747
0
1,747
11
12
13
14
15
Chickasha First
106,164
6,202
1,298
0
7,500
2,257
7,154
250
7,404
2,409
300
2,709
44,866
2,692
837
0
3,529
932
3,197
950
4,147
1,009
25
1,034
Clinton Milagro de Dios
4,159
341
100
0
441
94
297
0
297
94
100
194
Duncan Heritage Oaks
203,090
10,346
5,260
0
15,606
4,246
14,020
0
14,020
4,735
0
4,735
El Reno First
115,220
5,972
1,037
0
7,009
2,453
7,600
1,100
8,700
2,474
100
2,574
16
17
18
19
20
Elk City
70,152
3,668
11,032
0
14,700
1,259
3,882
753
4,635
1,259
50
1,309
Emerson (First Indian)
13,092
654
560
653
1,867
282
877
0
877
282
0
282
Erick
9,605
0
60
0
60
216
573
0
573
0
0
0
Hollis
48,266
2,517
31
0
2,548
1,030
3,203
0
3,203
1,029
0
1,029
Komah Memorial
10,380
0
0
0
0
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
21
22
23
24
25
Lawton First
131,674
3,959
1,574
0
5,533
1,732
5,388
2,000
7,388
1,732
0
1,732
Lawton Heights
111,122
2,099
4,957
0
7,056
300
0
0
0
0
0
0
Lawton Korean Community
33,303
0
0
500
500
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
Mangum
12,199
0
0
0
0
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
Marlow
24,529
369
465
0
834
492
1,410
0
1,410
445
0
445
26
27
28
29
30
Moore
22,128
1,153
25
0
1,178
474
1,504
0
1,504
543
100
643
0
0
0
0
0
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
689,821
35,667
28,929
0
64,596
14,591
45,393
29,000
74,393
14,591
300
14,891
Newcastle Life Springs
35,968
1,774
2,354
111
4,239
753
2,342
100
2,442
948
0
948
Noble
63,639
3,448
1,108
25
4,581
1,349
2,997
737
3,734
1,349
0
1,349
31
32
33
34
35
Norman Community
303,430
15,211
16,903
1,100
33,214
6,280
19,537
0
19,537
6,280
400
6,680
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
35,670
1,128
605
0
1,733
226
702
0
702
226
0
226
Cache First Indian
Clinton
Moore Casa Vida/House of Life
Mustang
Oklahoma City Capitol Hill
Oklahoma City Crown Heights
Oklahoma City First Indian
Oklahoma City First Korean
* Sponsored New Church this Year
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
201,330
10,691
2,976
0
13,667
1,560
8,172
0
8,172
2,916
100
3,016
39
40
41
Total Given to
Education Funds
38
Other Nazarene
Educational
Instituions
37
Assigned
Educational
Institution
36
Total Given to
District Mission
35
Other District
Interests
34
District Ministry
Funds
Church Name
33
Pension Fund
Total Church
Income
World Evangelism
Fund
PART 1
2015
32
Total Given to
Global Mission
31
Other Global
Interests
30
Approved Mission
Specials
FINANCIAL SUMMARY
36
37
38
39
40
Oklahoma City JesuCristo Luz de Verdad
26,198
0
0
0
0
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
Oklahoma City May Avenue
96,944
6,325
1,624
0
7,949
2,126
5,078
2,177
7,255
2,125
0
2,125
Oklahoma City Pennsylvania Avenue
54,105
0
1,050
0
1,050
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
Oklahoma City Portland Avenue
11,841
624
25
0
649
271
785
0
785
253
0
253
Oklahoma City Providence
47,307
250
800
0
1,050
50
950
900
1,850
91
0
91
41
*42
43
44
45
Oklahoma City R.O.C.
205,528
7,926
57,318
0
65,244
3,251
10,110
0
10,110
3,251
0
3,251
3,693
0
0
0
0
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
Oklahoma City SouthPointe
154,107
11,687
5,515
0
17,202
3,129
9,372
0
9,372
3,128
0
3,128
Oklahoma City Trinity
806,464
42,453
9,597
0
52,050
17,639
53,293
0
53,293
17,479
0
17,479
Oklahoma City Western Oaks
456,275
24,441
5,887
0
30,328
9,654
30,034
0
30,034
9,654
50
9,704
46
47
48
49
50
Oklahoma City Woodson Park
26,638
1,520
279
0
1,799
317
0
0
0
0
0
0
Pauls Valley
55,055
2,859
886
0
3,745
1,170
3,638
600
4,238
1,170
0
1,170
161
Oklahoma City Rosa de Saron
6,672
348
30
0
378
151
468
0
468
151
10
47,423
3,500
1,794
0
5,294
1,000
850
0
850
800
0
800
Walters
119,017
6,383
1,562
420
8,365
2,771
7,549
1,200
8,749
2,770
0
2,770
51 Waurika
52 Weatherford
53 Yukon First
20,736
277
225
0
502
114
1,050
0
1,050
0
0
0
89,977
4,981
903
0
5,884
2,050
4,100
0
4,100
1,850
0
1,850
332,337
17,685
12,066
0
29,751
7,471
23,159
9,500
32,659
7,410
100
7,510
Snyder
Tuttle
0
Southwest Oklahoma Supplemental
Current Year Total
6,163,157
307,055
220,567
4,694
532,316
119,559
362,823
59,382
422,205
119,616
1,875
121,491
Last Year Total
6,141,960
301,971
285,680
28,349
616,000
117,032
339,142
35,358
374,500
114,559
3,562
118,121
Increase / (Decrease)
21,197
5,084
2,527
23,681
24,024
47,705
5,057
Organized
Oklahoma City JesuCristo Luz de
Verdad
* Sponsored New Church this Year
0
0
Name Change
Inactive
(65,113)
(23,655)
Transfer
(83,684)
Merge
Disorganize
Oklahoma City First Indian
with Oklahoma City Pennsylvania
Avenue
Oklahoma City Capitol Hill
Drop
(1,687)
3,370
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Altus
Altus Korean
Anadarko
Ardmore First
Ardmore Hispanic
50
51
Allocations Paid in
Full?
49
Indebtedness on
Those Properties
48
Total Missional
Disbursements
All Other Church
Ministries
Pastor, Associate,
and Support Staff
Benefits
47
Value of Church
Properties
46
Total Used for Local
Mission
45
Local Compassionate
Ministries
44a
18,688
4,400
24,891
7,700
0
17,908
73,587
88,001
900,000
25,000
0
0
8,300
1,000
0
0
9,300
9,366
20,000
0
Yes
No
13,922
0
26,425
9,732
3,170
5,823
59,072
79,419
0
0
Yes
3,200
0
14,040
24,024
107
2,281
43,652
55,904
900,000
0
Yes
120
0
0
0
200
2,650
2,970
2,980
15,000
0
No
21,241
42,500
158,477
82,087
4,000
77,087
385,392
491,064
2,885,000
390,000
Yes
Bethany Jernigan Memorial
9,990
0
24,500
5,163
2,122
59,270
101,045
129,175
577,000
0
Yes
Cache First Indian
9,014
0
7,150
0
0
0
16,164
17,911
50,000
0
No
0
45,452
40,480
59,679
634
24,549
170,794
228,337
2,485,591
518,127
Yes
Bethany Calvary
Canadian Hills
Carnegie
11
12
13
14
15
Chickasha First
16
17
18
19
20
Elk City
21
22
23
24
25
Lawton First
26
27
28
29
30
Moore
31
32
33
34
35
44
Pastor, Associate,
and Support Staff
Salaries
Church Name
43
Debt Service
PART 2
2015
42
Buildings, Properties
and Capital
Improvements
FINANCIAL SUMMARY
260
0
26,364
19,405
53,548
3,713
103,290
123,250
1,500,000
5,582
No
7,561
0
46,297
10,000
0
10,075
73,933
93,803
405,218
0
Yes
14,820
0
15,600
4,195
280
14,425
49,320
58,962
115,000
0
Yes
Clinton Milagro de Dios
0
0
0
0
0
685
685
1,711
70,000
0
Yes
Duncan Heritage Oaks
0
59,433
27,380
14,951
300
80,910
182,974
221,581
1,470,000
0
Yes
El Reno First
0
6,442
48,261
600
0
59,313
114,616
135,352
500,000
34,787
Yes
9,449
0
26,208
5,573
489
34,866
76,585
98,488
454,500
0
Yes
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3,308
90,000
0
Yes
Erick
6,257
0
0
0
0
0
6,257
7,106
100,000
0
No
Hollis
8,256
0
12,801
0
0
26,090
47,147
54,957
460,000
0
Yes
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
10
150,000
0
No
956
0
35,941
18,391
16,605
31,105
102,998
119,383
300,000
0
No
0
0
32,287
23,629
60
20,409
76,385
83,741
700,000
0
No
1,000
0
24,000
0
500
0
25,500
26,010
400,000
0
No
383
0
0
0
100
11,100
11,583
11,593
135,000
0
No
0
0
10,400
0
0
6,500
16,900
20,081
360,000
0
No
3,710
0
13,000
1,000
0
1,000
18,710
22,509
750,000
0
Yes
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
10
0
0
No
526,302
13,931
156,247
143,816
3,500
181,534
1,025,330
1,193,801
4,650,000
1,277,000
Yes
Clinton
Emerson (First Indian)
Komah Memorial
Lawton Heights
Lawton Korean Community
Mangum
Marlow
Moore Casa Vida/House of Life
Mustang
9,236
0
9,350
0
604
1,853
21,043
29,425
60,000
0
Yes
Noble
34,783
0
5,760
17,205
2,396
20,410
80,554
91,567
934,000
0
Yes
Norman Community
61,278
38,872
77,768
66,178
5,001
18,951
268,048
333,759
2,200,000
350,000
Yes
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
No
2,728
0
4,045
9,100
176
16,875
32,924
35,811
325,000
0
No
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
400,000
0
No
6,775
10,632
46,213
34,845
1,989
76,035
176,489
202,904
1,065,012
194,278
No
Newcastle Life Springs
Oklahoma City Capitol Hill
Oklahoma City Crown Heights
Oklahoma City First Indian
Oklahoma City First Korean
* Sponsored New Church this Year
49
50
51
Allocations Paid in
Full?
48
Indebtedness on
Those Properties
All Other Church
Ministries
47
Value of Church
Properties
46
Total Missional
Disbursements
45
Total Used for Local
Mission
44a
Local Compassionate
Ministries
Debt Service
Church Name
44
Pastor, Associate,
and Support Staff
Benefits
43
Buildings, Properties
and Capital
Improvements
PART 2
2015
42
Pastor, Associate,
and Support Staff
Salaries
FINANCIAL SUMMARY
11,618
0
0
700
3,480
4,000
19,798
19,808
37,000
0
No
0
0
3,300
19,772
150
47,226
70,448
89,903
300,000
0
Yes
Oklahoma City Pennsylvania Avenue
1,000
7,650
0
18,920
8,567
15,467
51,604
52,664
2,500,000
91,879
No
Oklahoma City Portland Avenue
2,325
0
1,250
0
2,960
150
6,685
8,643
200,000
0
Yes
Oklahoma City Providence
2,117
0
13,000
0
0
500
15,617
18,658
325,000
0
No
41
*42
43
44
45
Oklahoma City R.O.C.
5,150
0
30,600
32,778
320
31,631
100,479
182,335
0
0
Yes
Oklahoma City Rosa de Saron
3,000
0
0
0
0
0
3,000
3,010
0
0
No
Oklahoma City SouthPointe
10,100
0
27,118
35,850
2,683
35,718
111,469
144,300
1,400,000
0
Yes
Oklahoma City Trinity
20,000
194,126
365,942
78,935
1,058
10,000
670,061
810,522
9,928,720
1,234,474
Yes
Oklahoma City Western Oaks
20,501
47,625
72,231
101,792
5,045
135,000
382,194
461,914
2,750,000
250,000
Yes
46
47
48
49
50
Oklahoma City Woodson Park
3,000
0
10,400
0
0
0
13,400
15,516
490,000
0
No
Pauls Valley
1,000
0
19,205
4,698
911
21,850
47,664
57,987
415,000
0
Yes
Yes
36
37
38
39
40
Oklahoma City JesuCristo Luz de Verdad
Oklahoma City May Avenue
Snyder
0
0
3,750
0
0
4,640
8,390
9,548
100,000
0
Tuttle
0
11,829
11,960
14,400
0
1,790
39,979
47,923
300,000
110,391
No
Walters
11,914
10,123
12,450
5,109
2,400
3,391
45,387
68,042
700,000
69,000
Yes
51 Waurika
52 Weatherford
53 Yukon First
0
0
2,740
6,750
0
0
9,490
11,156
175,000
0
No
13,920
6,518
22,812
3,960
360
28,190
75,760
89,644
325,000
73,009
No
8,168
0
134,924
0
4,182
73,048
220,322
297,713
2,245,000
0
Yes
0
0
Southwest Oklahoma Supplemental
Current Year Total
883,742
499,533
1,653,867
881,937
127,897
1,218,018
5,264,994
6,460,565
47,617,041
4,623,527
Last Year Total
370,315
478,946
1,659,447
821,949
238,747
1,374,281
4,943,685
6,169,338
46,837,530
3,653,760
Increase / (Decrease)
513,427
20,587
321,309
291,227
779,511
969,767
Organized
Oklahoma City JesuCristo Luz de
Verdad
* Sponsored New Church this Year
Name Change
Inactive
(5,580)
59,988
Transfer
(110,850)
(156,263)
Merge
Disorganize
Oklahoma City First Indian
with Oklahoma City Pennsylvania
Avenue
Oklahoma City Capitol Hill
Drop
Supplemental Statistical Report
2015
Southwest Oklahoma
Value District Property
2,088,006.00
Value District Center
Value District Parsonage
Indebtedness on District Property
April 20, 2015
237,920.00
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