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Posts from July 2017

New Pictorial Church Directory

Photo Sessions Begin – September 5 It has been four years since our last pictorial directory. Much has happened, including a new Children’s Building and a number of new families. Others are now in heaven. This directory tends to be a historical volume as well as a tool to stay connected to others in our […]

Dr. Tim Gentry to Speak at MBC

Dr. Tim Gentry, Executive Chaplain for Oklahoma Jail and Prison Ministries, will speak at Metropolitan Sunday morning, July 30, in both worship services. He supervises a program which offers spiritual guidance to inmates through trained volunteer chaplains. In one-to-one discipleship relationships, over 1200 prisoners receive help each month. Tim is a native Oklahoman and a […]

Paul Purifoy Returns as Guest Music Leader

Paul Purifoy blessed our church for fourteen years as minister of music. His pastor’s heart and love for people endeared him to our congregation. He now serves as pastor to senior adults in the First Baptist Church of Owasso, Oklahoma, where his son-in-law, Chris Wall, is senior pastor. Paul’s versatility as a musician is well-known. His skill […]

Spiritual Transformation for Prisoners

Oklahoma Jail and Prison Ministries is a non-denominational, evangelical Christian outreach to the incarcerated. This ministry provides training and guidance to individuals and churches who desire to meet the spiritual needs of prisoners by leading them to discover the saving grace of the Lord Jesus Christ. Volunteer chaplains are able to lead Bible studies in […]

Visit the MBC Library

Metropolitan’s library is open on Sunday mornings before and after morning services and on Tuesdays from 9:00-noon and 1:00-3:30. It features an open and functional arrangement where children and adults alike can leisurely look for reading material. You can check out one of the thousands of wonderful books on theology, or church history, or fiction, […]

Spiritual Prison Reform

“I was in prison and you visited me,” Jesus said. His words remind us of the importance of bringing His hope to the hopeless and His light to some of the darkest places in our society, Oklahoma’s jails and prisons. We are reminded by the news media of the desperate problem of overcrowding in Oklahoma’s […]