Where We Give
Presbyterian Church (USA)
The four churchwide Special Offerings of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) are a collective witness to Jesus Christ’s love for the whole church. One Great Hour of Sharing, Pentecost Offering, Peace & Global Witness Offering, and Christmas Joy Offering play an important role in defining what it means to be a connectional church. Over the years these offerings have provided ways for individuals and congregations to join together with each other and in partnership with other Christians in responding to a variety of concerns.
The purpose of the programs sponsored by Dwight Mission is to provide experiences in Christian community in which individuals of all ages may grow in their commitment to God and in the practice of the Christian life. Dwight Mission is currently open year-round and sponsors resident Christian summer camp programs for youth from third through twelfth grades that include one- and two-week camps, leadership development programs, and adventure travel camps. Additionally, Dwight offers non-summer ropes/challenge course programs, an annual Spring Break youth event with Christian programming, and a Confirmation Retreat for confirmands from many Presbyterian Churches. Recent additions to the program schedule include an Alumni Camp for past campers and staff and their spouses, and a Youth Leaders Retreat for those working in churches on a professional or volunteer basis. Over the last few years Dwight-led programs have averaged approximately 500 participants per year. Dwight has hosted more than sixty churches, businesses and family groups for retreats, conferences, meetings, and reunions. Annually Dwight Mission serves more than 4,000 visitors.
Transforming Lives through meaningful relationships in a sacred place.
Promoting Cooperation, Understanding and Service among the Faithful of Tulsa.
Promotes religious understanding, cooperation, respect and freedom. Fosters dialogue that nurtures mutual respect, trust and cooperation in relationships. Advocates for the fair and equal treatment of all persons. Gives voice with those who are being forgotten by our society. Develops direct services for those who have an unfulfilled, compelling need.Works in six key areas: Government, Education, Family, Business, Environment, and Religion.