If you are looking for a welcoming community of fellow seekers, Hope Unitarian Church is a progressive religious community in south Tulsa. We are nestled in an oasis of nature atop the highest point in the city at 84th and Sheridan. We invite all ages to join us on Sunday mornings and for any of the activities we have on our calendar.

We walk diverse paths to find meaning and purpose, united by our belief in the worth and dignity of all. We accept the obligation to express our faith through acts of justice and compassion. Join us as we create a lively community seeking truth in love while being true to our name, Hope!

We would love to meet you.

June's Theme: Power

Everyone has power. Let's use a simple definition of power as the ability to act. If alive, we can all act. Yet, everyone does not have equal access to effective power. Part of our work together as a church is to build power together, a power that is both relational and sustainable. >>Read More


On a Hill not far away... there is a congregation with a vision for the future: HOPE UNITARIAN CHURCH.

The generous pledges we received in the past helped us become the church we are today; a place for spiritual, intellectual, and altruistic growth.

Now we ask for your generosity in order to continue making a difference in the lives of many.

Click here to read more and see the Pledge Drive 2016 brochure.

Meet the Minister
Sundays, after church at  12:15 pm
in the Minister’s Study

Newcomers and their families are invited to meet with the Rev. Cathey Edwards after the  service. Get your coffee and cookies and come get to know each other and about Hope.

For a complete list of events, visit Hope's Community Events page or check out FOCUS, our monthly newsletter.

Upcoming Services
Sundays at 11:00 a.m.

Sunday, June 5
Never Doubt the Power of a Small Group
The Rev. Cathey Edwards

Sunday, June 12
I Hear Music in the Air
The Rev. Cathey Edwards

Sunday, June 19
$#!% My Father Says
The Rev. Tamara Lebak

Sunday, June 26
Midsummer Wisdom
The Rev. Sherri Curry

- Minister's Newsletter

Who you gonna call? When should you call your minister? When should you not? There are no hard and fast rules. Now that our culture is more secular and unchurched than not, many newer members wonder if the issue / problem / idea you have is one to call, email or text me about. >>Read More


June 5
Generosity Sunday
Our recipient for June is the Mental Health Association of Oklahoma.

Recipient for June 2016

Mental Health Association of Oklahoma

The Mission of Mental Health Association of Oklahoma is dedicated to promoting mental health, preventing mental disorders and achieving victory over mental illness through advocacy, education, research, service and housing.