Boston Avenue United Methodist Church
If you're looking for a landmark with a rich history and a congregation full of welcome arms, make your way down to Boston Avenue United Methodist Church. The climbing cathedral walls will leave you in awe whether you're worshipping on Sunday mornings or taking a guided tour during the week.
This historical landmark, established in 1893 in downtown Tulsa, is a breathtaking 20th century Art Deco cathedral designed by Miss Adah Robinson. The Boston Avenue United Methodist Church is a masterpiece and should not be missed when visiting Green Country.
The Church offers an abundance of parking spots, including accessible spaces, along with ramped entrances and elevators within the building to ensure access and ease-of-use for all who visit.
If you plan to visit the Church for a worship service, the Church offers traditional Sunday morning service at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m., and communion is open to all, including visitors. The Church also holds Sunday School with a variety of adult classes. Knowledgeable staff members are available for contact during regular weekdays.
If you'd rather skip the Sunday service and have a tour of the Church, they offer guided tours every Sunday at 12:10 p.m., or you can embark on self-guided tours any weekday. You can also arrange a guided tour with their knowledgeable staff members, who are available by phone or email during weekdays.
No matter how you choose to visit the Boston Avenue United Methodist Church, it is sure to be an uplifting experience for all.