At Skyline, connecting is about more than meeting new people. It’s about being joined to the Church body in order to be formed and informed by community. By living and worshipping as a family, we long to be a pure expression of God’s kingdom come to earth. Here are a few ways to connect at Skyline.
Families and Children meet for Family Experience (FX).
Children move to small groups (XChange).
Coffee & donuts are served in our lobby before worship.
Worship begins in the main gathering.
Kids, 5th grade and under are dismissed to experiment time (XPeriment).
Located at 1901 N Douglas Ave • Oklahoma City, OK 73106.
Our communities exist to connect people into spiritual family, form them in the way of Jesus, and unite them in mission for their neighborhoods and networks.
Our communities follow the model of Acts 2 devoting themselves to prayer, the apostle’s teaching, breaking bread, sharing resources, and extending the Kingdom of God.
We implement this strategy through the language of Up, In, and Out. Each missional community has a vision for each of these directions.
UP - Worship, Prayer, and Teaching
In - Meals, Prayer, Discussion, Sharing
Out - Evangelism, Service, Justice
"Redemption is the means; worship is the goal. In one sense, worship is the whole point of everything. It is the purpose of history, the goal of the whole Christian story. Worship is not one segment of the Christian life among others. Worship is the entire Christian life, seen as a priestly offering to God. And when we meet together as a church, our time of worship is not merely a preliminary to something else; rather, it is the whole point of our existence as the body of Christ." - John Frame
We believe worship to be an experience and a process. It can occur within an hour at church, but worship is most powerful when it occurs over a lifetime of allowing God to move in our hearts. We believe the Holy Spirit works in our worship by actively convicting us of sin, calling us to repentance, and using us to bring healing, restoration, and life to other believers and those who don’t know God. We recognize Sunday morning as sacred and set apart from the rest of our week.
Each Sunday, we respond together through song, the reading and meditation of scripture, prayer, and hearing the word of God preached. This is our collective response to the way God has moved in our lives over the past week. The Church calendar guides and informs our worship times by reminding us that many aspects of our worship are seasonal. We often reference the Lectionary to keep our church in sync with sacred seasons and times in the global and historical Church.