Campus Ministries

The university also is supported by a number of campus ministries that maintain facilities and programs of outreach and nurture for their respective constituencies. Each of these ministries adds its distinctive identity and voice to the interfaith conversation that articulates the religious life of the university.

Area Churches

All Nations Vineyard Church

Pastors Jerry and Lis Lillard
2744 East 12th Street
Tulsa, OK 74104

Christ Presbyterian Church/RUF

Caleb Harlan, Campus Minister 
2706 E. 51st
Tulsa, OK 74105

College Hill Presbyterian Church

Rev. Todd Freeman, Pastor
PO BOX 50330
Tulsa, OK 74150

Crossover Bible Church

Philip Abode
PO Box 6010
Tulsa, OK 74148

First Presbyterian Church of Tulsa

Rev. Dr. James D. Miller, Pastor
709 South Boston Avenue
Tulsa, Ok 74114

Audacity Church

Ronnie Baker, Pastor
Campus Ministry Contact: Rev. Dianna Potter
2744 East 12th Street
Tulsa, OK 74104

Park Plaza Church of Christ

20 Park/Christians in Action (“CIA”)
Kyle Wilson, Campus Minister
3810 South Peoria Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74105

Refiner’s Fire International Ministries

Alicia Loyd, Campus Minister
5441 South 99th East Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74146

St. Antony Orthodox Church

Fr. George Eber, Pastor
2645 East 6th Street
Tulsa, OK 74104
Fax: 918-584-4116

University United Methodist Church

Rev. Dr. Nathan Mattox, Pastor
2915 East 5th Street
Tulsa, OK 74104

Victory Church

Segun Lipede
6913 South 67th East Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74133

Ministries on Campus

Baptist Collegiate Ministries (BCM)

Brandon Brister, Director
Paula Brister, Associate
710 South Tucker Dr.
Tulsa, OK 74104

Chi Alpha

Vanessa Taylor, Michael Coppock, Dacia Peterman

FOCUS (Fellowship of Catholic University Students)

Gerald Murphy, Newman Center
Andrew Lemoine, FOCUS Campus Minister
Hailey Liston, FOCUS Campus Minister
Brian Casias, FOCUS Campus Minister
Garrett Cook, FOCUS Campus Minister
440 South Florence
Tulsa, OK 74104

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Chris Kaiser, Regional Director
Todd Christensen, Regional Staff

Case Athletic Complex
800 Tucker Drive
Tulsa, OK 74104
PO Box 700401
Tulsa, OK 74170

Hillel Jewish Student Association

Rabbi Dan Kaiman, Adviser 
315 S. Delaware #215
Tulsa, OK 74104

International Student Ministries

Jerry Lillard II
Terence Ligon
Christina Rardin
Taylor Sheppard

P.O. Box 470743
Tulsa, OK 74147

Lutherans and Friends

Spencer Hartwig

Muslim Student Association

Pam Smith, Adviser
Dean of International Services and Programs
International Student Services

Muslim Students Campus Mosque

3020 E. 4th Place
Tulsa, OK 74104

Nazarene Campus Mission

Rev. Dianna Lynn Potter, Director
P.O. Box 4553
Tulsa, OK 74159

PUSH (Pray Until Something Happens) Bible Study

Katheryn Silas, Campus Minister
P.O. Box 33448
Tulsa, OK 74133

Reformed University Fellowship

Caleb Harlan

Newman Center

Fr. Bryan Ketterer
Catholic Chaplain
Catholic Student Center
440 South Florence
Tulsa, OK 74104

Student Mobilization

Rob and Bekah Hall, Campus Ministers
David and Lauren Fitter, Campus Ministers
1134 S. Oswego Ave.
Tulsa, OK 74112

UKirk Ministries (First Presbyterian Church, Tulsa/Sharp Chapel)
Westminister Student Center – Sharp Chapel

Daniel Hebert, UKirk Ministries Intern/Chaplain Intern

Wesley Foundation

Ron Gentry, Director
Marcus Todd, Ministry Intern 
3019 East 5th Street
Tulsa, OK 74104

Young Life

Ryan Jackson and Dwayne Pano
P.O. Box 702902
Tulsa, OK 74170

United Campus Ministry

Linda Davis, Executive Director
Brent Stanfield, Program Coordinator

2839 East 5th Street
Tulsa, OK 74104

Sharp Chapel Ministries


Begun in 2002 as an intentional move to restore a weekly mid-week chapel service to the TU campus, Worship on Wednesday, affectionately known as WOW, has grown from a group of 10 worshipers to a gathering of over 200 students, staff and faculty. The noon chapel service is a Christian particular praise and worship service that meets every Wednesday during the fall and spring semesters. And, through the very generous gift of the Sharp Chapel Endowment, a catered lunch is offered to all at 12:30 pm in the Buford Atrium.

Rev. Dr. Jeff Francis
Sharp Chaplain


Lunch with Calvin began in 2005 as an opportunity for students to gather in an informal setting, around a catered lunch provided by the Chapel Endowment each Monday at noon in the Chapel’s Martha S. Canterbury Suite to read and discuss the writings of 16th century reformer John Calvin. Over the years, groups of undergraduate and graduate students have gathered to read from Calvin’s 1559 Institutes, his pastoral and ecclesiastical writings, a selection of his writings on the Christian life edited by the great 20th c Reformed theologian John Haddington Leith and most recently a systematic reading of Elsie McKee’s English translation of Calvin’s 1541 French edition of his Institutes of Christian Religion.

Rev. Dr. Jeff Francis
Sharp Chaplain


Begun as a suggestion by a student in 2007, Apologetics for Lunch has been meeting weekly each Thursday at 11:45 am in the Buford Atrium of Sharp Chapel to offer lunch and an opportunity to read and study together great voices of Christian Apologetics. The weekly lunch gathering is comprised of students, staff and faculty and has engaged the writings of Timothy Keller – The Reason for God, Peter Kreeft – Socrates meets Jesus, C. S. Lewis – Mere Christianity, and The Screwtape Letters, Alister McGrath – selections from Dawkin’s God, and Surprised by Meaning, John Stott – Basic Christianity, and G.K Chesterton – Orthodoxy.

Rev. Dr. Jeff Francis
Sharp Chaplain


“The Life of the Mind in the Service of God” (John Leith) defines the nature and intent of The Presbyterian Leaders and Scholars (PLS) program.  Presbyterian Leadership Scholars, through weekly luncheon meetings gather to pursue the knowledge and understanding of the Reformed life of faith as it challenges and encourages them to live out their calling (vocatio) in servant leadership.  Additionally, the PLS program offers a global educational opportunity for program participants to take part in a biennial traveling seminar to Scotland in order to study the important and critical history of the development of the Reformed faith as expressed in the Scottish Reformation that led to the establishment of the Presbyterian Church of Scotland.

Students who wish to apply for the Presbyterian Leaders and Scholars Program can do so through the Special Programs Application. The priority deadline for application is January 15.

Rev. Dr. Jeff Francis
Sharp Chaplain