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Outreach ministries

A Great Outreach Event

We are looking forward to our first ever MBC daddy daughter dance on February 2. This is a great outreach opportunity, and already the vast majority of our registrations are people from outside our church! MBC Dads: we need you to come enjoy the day with your daughter and help create a welcoming, inviting atmosphere […]

Inner-City Outreach

On Sunday, we will have the privilege of welcoming Mrs. Bea Jai Webb, director of the city-wide ministry of Whiz Kids. She will be at Metropolitan to say thanks for our sixteen year ministry in the lives of Oklahoma City school children. She will also remind us that there are many more children in inner-city […]

Bluegrass Music Benefits Displaced Families

For sixteen years Metropolitan Baptist Church has enjoyed a strategic partnership with Olivet Baptist Church in the Whiz Kids ministry. We have also supported urban missionary Helen Williams in her work with Olivet’s Heart and Hand Ministries. Heart and Hand provides transitional housing for homeless or abused mothers with children. The women in the program […]

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 […]

Watch for New Faces

Last Sunday I was greeting members and visitors after the early worship service. Adam and Melissa Milligan brought over a fine young couple they had just met. They wanted these newcomers to meet the pastor. They were doing what many of us try to do every Sunday. They were noticing new people and were reaching […]

“Halfway” Events

Professor Gary McIntosh of Talbot Seminary writes about evangelism in today’s world. He recommends that churches have “halfway events” for people who do not attend church. Secular people who may never have attended a church worship service might be willing to come to a social activity, a home-based small group, a Christian concert, or a […]