Downtown Tulsa Churches

Downtown Tulsa is home to a number of beautiful churches, cathedrals, and chapels including some rather impressive buildings which are on the National Register of Historic Landmarks, including Holy Family Cathedral.


Holy Family Cathedral

Holy Family is the Cathedral Church of the Diocese of Tulsa and the seat of the prelate bishop.  The Cathedral is also the site of the Holy Family Cathedral School, an educational institution for students from pre-school to eight grade.  The Gothic Revival style church was designed by William P. Ginther of Akron, OH and was completed in 1914.  Phone: 918.582.6247, Address: 122 W. 8th 



Boston Avenue United Methodist Church

Tulsa’s legendary Boston Avenue United Methodist Church, an art deco masterpiece was completed in 1929 and has received national recognition for its design.  The original concept has been attributed to University of Tulsa art instructor Adah Robinson but a young man named Bruce Goff reportedly did the drafting.      Phone: 918.583.5181, Address: 1301 S. Boston Ave 




First Baptist Church

We did not find much in the way of historical information or photos on their website, but suffice to say Tulsa’s First Baptist Church has been a fixture in downtown Tulsa for decades.  Click their link for information about various ministries and worship options. Phone: 918.587.1571, Address: 403 S. Cincinnati Ave





First Christian Church

The First Christian Church dates back over 100 years.  The present building was dedicated on February 1, 1920 and articles in the Tulsa World and Tulsa Tribune ran front page stories of the church’s history in the city and great detail about its new design. Phone: 918.582.8237, Address: 913 S. Boulder 




First Church of Christ, Scientist

2008 marked 100 years since the first group of Christian Scientists in Tulsa formed a church.  Ground was broken for the church in July of 1917, and the church as it presently stands was completed in 1923.  Phone: 918.583.8923, Address: 924 S. Boulder Ave 



First Presbyterian Church

First Presbyterian Church of Tulsa is a vibrant, evangelical congregation (PCUSA), located in the heart of downtown Tulsa where they share a 125 year long legacy of service to the community.  Phone: 918.584.4701, Address: 709 S. Boston 




First United Methodist Church

The present sanctuary was designed by a Philadelphia architecture firm in the gothic style and upon completion in 1928 it was hailed as the “protestant cathedral of the south.”  Phone: 918.587.9481
Address: 1115 S. Boulder 



Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church

The visitor to an Orthodox Church is usually impressed by the unique features and the external differences between this place of worship and those of the various traditions of Western Christianity. 1222 S. Guthrie Avenue, 918 583-2082 




Trinity Episcopal Church

It is the stunning, traditional Anglican architecture that often attracts people to Trinity. One can’t help but feel comforted, and at the same time awed, by the history that resides in this simply beautiful place. And a thriving culture of worship, fellowship and outreach will help you keep coming back. Phone: 918.582.4128, Address: 501 S. Cincinnati Ave