A Brief History of Trinity

Trinity’s history is marked by a strong commitment to glorify God and serve the world.  With God’s help, we have been able to develop a ministry that helps our members grow spiritually as we serve others. Our South Tulsa church first began meeting at Holland Hall School in 1981.  The first building was built on South Memorial Drive. It served the congregation well until a change in demographics and aging building made a new structure necessary.  The current sanctuary on 111th street between Memorial and Mingo contains many elements moved from the building on Memorial. The cross, communion table, and baptismal font were moved into the new church. The pulpit in the chancel and the font in the narthex were given to Trinity from our sister congregation, Second Presbyterian Church, Tulsa.

Trinity Presbyterian Church in Bixby is a Christian church centered on a belief in Jesus Christ. Grounded in that belief, we encounter the world and all its complexities with integrity, authenticity, and a healthy dose of humor.  How we go about living that faith in the world varies greatly among members. We believe a diversity of thinking, grounded in Christ, is good for our community, good for the church, and good for the world.  How we live together amidst diverse views is one of the greatest witnesses to our faith in Christ. For over 30 years, the people of Trinity have been gathering together to worship, growing together in faith, giving generously to share the grace of Jesus Christ with others, and engaging in Christian fellowship. We ask questions, we are pushed to act and risk in the world, we are offered forgiveness and love when needed, and we celebrate times of new life and new beginnings together.