Sunday Worship Services | 8:30AM & 11:00AM
7201 W. Britton Road, OKC
(corner of N Rockwell Ave & W Britton Rd)

Books Are Our Friends

When I first visited Metropolitan as part of the pastoral search process in the fall of 1989, I was ushered into the church library where I met Peggy Berger, the volunteer director. I told her then what I tell you now: The Metropolitan church library is the finest church library I have ever seen. It […]

Dedicating Children to the Lord

Metropolitan Baptist Church believes that children matter to God, and they matter to our church. We want God to lead and guide children and fulfill His special purposes in their lives. We have an amazing group of people who work with children on a weekly basis in various ministries supported by the church. They desire […]

Between Two Worlds

“Praying is not like carpentry or cooking. It is the active exercise of a personal relationship, a kind of friendship with the living God and His Son, Jesus Christ.” These words by James Packer remind us of what we read in scripture: “God is faithful, who has called you into fellowship with His Son, Jesus […]

Randy Faulkner Is Retiring!

Celebrating God’s faithfulness through Pastor Randy’s Leadership April 29 is going to be a very special day for our church family as we honor Pastor Randy and Connie for 28 wonderful years of loving service. Our farewell to the Faulkners will begin with worship in one combined service at 9:00 a.m. (no Sunday School). After […]

Pastor Search Update

It is apparent that MBC has a good reputation at the seminaries and among pastors as evidenced by the 50+ inquiries regarding our Senior Pastor position. The committee is reviewing resumes, listening to hours of sermons on-line, viewing their current church’s website, in order to narrow the pool of applicants. The committee will contact references […]

The Annual Easter Egg Hunt

One of my favorite Easter activities has always been the annual Easter egg hunt in my hometown. It is real Americana. For decades crowds have gathered in the town park where the plastic eggs are hidden with increasing levels of obscurity. Every year it is fun to see which children are shy about going out […]