Welcome to Mayflower

The people of Mayflower Congregational UCC Church of Oklahoma City invite you to experience Christianity as a way of life, not a set of creeds and doctrines demanding total agreement. We invite you to join us as we seek to recover the meaning of the gospel for our time, looking to scripture, faith, and reason — interpreted by love. At Mayflower we believe that what Jesus teaches us about God is more important than what the church has taught us about Jesus. We believe in the liberty of conscience, the responsibility of every believer to work out his or her own salvation, and the obligation of faithful men and women to become partners with God in building the kingdom. We take the Bible seriously, not literally, and believe that in our time the church must recover, above all, its radical hospitality — welcoming all persons into her midst, without regard to race, age, gender, sexual orientation, or physical abilities.

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Lori Walke

Break out the Bat-Signal for Christians

For as long as I can remember, there have been giant crosses made from the lights on two buildings in downtown Oklahoma City during December.

And for as long as I can remember, those giant crosses have confused me.

Even as a kid, I knew the cross was the wrong symbol for the season. It’s Christmas, not Good Friday. The cross was the instrument of Jesus’ death. A manger would be more appropriate.

Read the full article at NonDoc

Lori Walke

Christian minister on Oilfield Prayer
Day: ‘I just can’t’

Dear Gov. Mary Fallin,

You have declared Oct. 13 to be Oilfield Prayer Day. You have invited us to, “thank God for the blessings created by the oil and natural gas industry and to seek His [sic] wisdom and ask for protection.”

Read the full article at NONDOC

Robin Meyers

What have we done?

Oklahoma was the first state west of the Mississippi to be called for Donald Trump, and what prouder moment could there be for followers of Jesus? If Hollywood designed the perfect candidate to represent the anti-Christ for evangelicals, he would be thrice married, twice divorced, a builder of casinos, a sexual predator (unless the women are ugly), a liar and a man so in love with himself that his fondest wish is to die in his own arms.

Read the full article at The Oklahoma Gazette

Local leaders call for immigration law changes

They had risked everything for a chance at a better life. It was one of the many thoughts that ran through Jake Fisher’s head several years ago when spending time with his new friend Hugo and Hugo’s cousins.

Read the full article at The Oklahoma Gazette

Brian Brus

A matter of trust

Just before Lawrence Stream died in 2009, he asked the Rev. Robin Meyers to look after his son. His wife had died a few years earlier and their severely autistic son, Larry, an only child, was approaching his 60th birthday as a resident of a special needs care center.

Read the full article at The Journal Record

‘Beloved community’ honors man who has autism

Larry Stream has been a familiar fixture in the balcony seats at Mayflower Congregational Church UCC since he was a teen. Stream, who has autism, remained faithful to the United Church of Christ congregation...

Read the full article at The Oklahoman

Robin Meyers

KD Syndrome — Can we get over it?

In the weeks leading up to the departure of Oklahoma City Thunder free agent Kevin Durant, billboards sprouted up all over town pleading for him to stay. They looked oddly like valentines.

Read the full article at The Oklahoma Gazette

Oklahomans Join To Discuss Push For Immigration Reform

Rev. Lori Walke was featured in a News 9 story By Justin Dougherty on a collation of Oklahomans speaking out about the need for immigration reform.

Read the full article and watch the video at News 9.

Robin Meyers

Oklahoma’s mean Jesus

After three decades of ministry in Oklahoma City, the land of my birth and the home of so many resilient, creative and wonderful people, I have come to the conclusion that despite all our loving up on Jesus, we are not very religious.

Read the full article at The Oklahoma Gazette