EPC’s Kirk of the Hills (Tulsa, Okla.) opens second campus facility

 

Kirk of the Hills in Tulsa, Okla., opened their new permanent satellite campus on Sunday, September 7. The 35,000-square-foot Kirk Crossing in the southern suburb of Jenks is the church’s second campus and features a 500-seat worship center, multi-story indoor playground, large common areas, and prominent highway frontage. Kirk of the Hills launched the campus in August 2010 and had been renting space in a local middle school.

Tulsa’s daily newspaper, the World, published a feature article about the church on Saturday, September 7 (Click here to access). Wayne Hardy is the Senior Pastor of Kirk of the Hills, and Sean Farver serves as Campus Pastor for the Kirk Crossing location. The church joined the EPC in 2007.

Kirk of the Hills, Tulsa, opens second campusWayne Hardy (right), Senior Pastor of Kirk of the Hills in Tulsa, Okla.,
cuts the ribbon to open the church’s second location, Kirk Crossing

Kirk of the Hills, Tulsa, opens second campus
The Jenks, Okla., campus features seating for 500 and high-tech lighting and other amenities

(photos courtesy Tulsa World, Tom Gilbert Chief Photographer)

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