The goal of our Sunday worship is to rest together—to slow down and process our experiences. We experience this rest by worshiping, participating in music, learning, praying, and loving each other. Through this, we strive to love God and each other well. Our music is the voice of our congregation and reflects the eclectic and diverse nature of our congregation. Every Sunday, we strive to use the gifts that God has given our congregation to allow for worship as diverse as our church family.
The Children’s Ministry desires children to encounter God, His works, and develop healthy lifestyles and relationships. Our mission is to have the children experience the presence of God by investing a considerable amount of time each week in worship, sharing and hearing testimonies, and learning to consistently pay attention to what the Lord is doing around them. Feel free to contact Carrie at for specific information.
We believe that the Christian Life, especially as a teenager, is exciting and filled with purpose. The UHBC Student Ministry focuses on two major areas - Caring Relationships and Evangelizing the World. Bible studies, activities, worship, and discipleship initiates a deeper relationship with God and a passion to help others. We would like to see our students become radically passionate about God's word and how it can transform their lives. In 2 Timothy, Paul says, "All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, equipped for every good work." To our students, the Bible should be their guide and tool to live a sanctified life! Come be a part of the exciting body of Christ and fulfill your purpose with UHBC YOUTH. If that sounds like something you'd like to do, call for Drue Brown at 405-372-2744 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
College & Young Adult Ministry
The Greek term in the New Testament that we often translate as ‘church’ is ‘ekklesia.’ It’s a powerful word that holds potential for helping us discover our calling. Locked inside this term is the DNA of who the Church can be in the world. Ekklesia comes from two words that mean “to summon” and “out.” We are the called out ones. Jesus called disciples. That continues with us. We are called by Christ to follow Him wherever He leads, whatever that costs. God is out in the world, at work in every corner of creation, bringing redemption to the broken places in our community, and we are called to where He is— called out to join Him in His mission of reconciliation. The College & Young Adult ministry at UHBC is dedicated to following Christ and actively participating in God's Mission throughout Stillwater and beyond. We have free breakfast at 9 AM during our C&YA Sunday School and free lunch for all college students every Sunday after the 10:30 AM service! Email email@example.com for more information!
The Coffee House is a non-profit, volunteer-run establishment that operates out of a building owned by University Heights Baptist Church in Stillwater, OK. It aims to make a difference one cup at a time.
519 W 3rd Ave
A sewing ministry that makes tote bags and dresses to give to those in need across the world.
Hands Abroad is a wonderful ministry offering free classes for international residents during the school semesters! Learn a new skill and make new friends!
We meet Thursdays at the Coffee House from 9:15-11:15.
Free nursery provided! Free transportation for students and their children to and from the University Laundry to the Coffee House. The van loads at 9am and returns at 11:20am.
The goal of the coffee house academy is to provide a safe place to explore, discuss and examine Christianity outside of a “churchy” environment. At the academy, our highest values are honesty and vulnerability without judgment. Here are the titles of three courses to be offered at the academy: The Big Story of the Bible, Answering the God Questions, and Four Portraits – One Jesus.