What time are the worship services?
Quail Springs UMC offers three unique worship experiences:
8:30am - Chapel (Intimate worship with weekly Holy Communion)
10:00am - Summit (Modern worship with weekly Holy Communion)
11:10am - Sanctuary (Traditional worship with 1st Sunday Holy Communion)
Where is the church located?
On Sunday mornings, the church is located on Penn Avenue, in between Memorial Road and 150th Street in NW OKC. Throughout the week, our church can be found in homes, coffee shops, local university campuses, and restaurants in our relational Community Groups.
Quail Springs UMC
14617 N. Penn Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73134
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Where do I park?
To enter the main parking lot, turn west onto W P Bill Atkinson Boulevard. Take an immediate left and the main parking lot is located just north of the building. The Chapel and Sanctuary worship experiences are located inside of the main building on the east side of the campus. Summit worship is located inside of the Christian Life Center on the west side of the campus.
Is there handicap accessibility?
Handicap parking spaces are adjacent to the Christian Life Center in the main parking lot and sidewalks lead to the main entrances.
What should I wear?
Wear whatever you feel most comfortable in. Some wear jeans and T-shirts, while others wear dresses and suits and ties. In general, Summit worship is more casual than the Chapel and Sanctuary worship.
Will I be welcomed at Quail Springs UMC?
Our hospitality ministry team and congregation find joy in welcoming anyone who walks in the door. Quail Springs UMC welcomes all, and invites all into full participation with the church. If you’ve been told or shown you don’t belong at other churches, you’re welcome here. If you’ve always fit in comfortably at church, you’re welcome here.
What about my kids?
We want you and your children to get the most out of our worship. We provide professionally staffed nurseries for infants and toddlers as well as our fun and engaging children’s worship for kids aged K-5th during Summit and Sanctuary worship. Our youth attend Sunday School at 9:40am, followed by Summit or Sanctuary worship.
Will I be asked to stand and be recognized as a guest?
Am I expected to give money during the offering?
During worship, church volunteers will collect an offering. This offering helps support the church and our community. At Quail Springs UMC, we are always seeking ways to "reach beyond our walls" by working to better our community through our prayers, presence, gifts, service, and witness. If you are a guest, you should not feel obligated to give, though of course you are welcome to participate.
Are your worship services traditional or modern?
Quail Springs UMC is proud to offer three distinct worship styles, because we recognize not everyone in our community chooses to worship the same way. In all worship styles, we are constantly striving to make room for the presence of the Holy Spirit through excellent music, an inspiring and relevant scripture-based message, and the celebration of Holy Communion.
Chapel Worship is an intimate worship experience that gathers in the Sanctuary. Classic hymns are accompanied by organ or piano and a scripture-based message is followed by Holy Communion each Sunday. A printed order of worship and video screens guide worshipers through the elements of the worship service.
Our Summit Worship includes the best of the old and the best of the new. The music is acoustic rock/folk style, we use video in worship, and dress casually, but at the same time we draw from 2,000 years of Christianity by incorporating some of the beautiful old hymns, prayers, and responses in our services. Each Sunday, a time of reflection is offered through the offering of gifts and Holy Communion.
Sanctuary Worship An uplifting worship experience with a variety of congregational music accompanied by organ or piano. A choir presents a choral anthem each week. A scripture-based message inviting reflection and action. A printed order of worship and video screens guide worshipers through the elements of the worship service.
How long are worship services?
Services last about an hour.