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State of the Church

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  • 1. State of the Church Tulsa OK
  • 2. 3.0% UT 9.3% NV 10.2% NH 9.9% ME 10.5% ID 11.8% VT 12.4% MA 13.1% OR 13.6% WA 13.7% AK 13.8% AZ 13.8% HI 13.8% NY 13.9% FL 14.1% CA 14.1% NJ 14.7% CO 14.8% CT 15.7% NM 15.7% DE 16.4% WV 17.0% MT 17.0% MD 17.3% RI 17.5% VA 18.0% TX 18.8% PA 18.9% IL 19.0% OH 19.5% MI 20.4% MO 20.8% IN 21.4% WI 21.8% MN 21.8% KY 21.9% NC 21.9% KS 22.0% OK 13.1% WY 22.3% GA 22.4% NE 22.7% SC 23.3% IA 23.4% TN 25.5% SD 25.2% AR 25.7% MS 26.8% AL 27.4% ND 27.7% LA 31.8% DC 0.0% to 13.8% 13.8% to 16.0% 16.0% to 20.4% 20.4% to 22.4% 22.4% to 32.8% Percentage of the Population Attending a Christian Church On Any Given Weekend in 2005
  • 3. 154 151 124 131 162 176 112 115 1,236 1,254 794 794 167 167 172 175 - 200 400 600 800 1,000 1,200 1,400 Evangelical Mainline Catholic Total 1990 & 2000 Tulsa and US Average Church Attendance 1990 Tulsa MSA 2000 Tulsa MSA 1990 US Average 2000 US Average
  • 4. 572059 Tulsa 684543 Oklahoma Oklahoma 2005 Population 2833 Cimarron 3030 Harmon 3311 Roger Mills 3313 Harper 3963 Ellis 4568 Dewey 4779 Grant 5379 Beaver 5725 Alfalfa 5743 Coal 5901 Greer 6461 Jefferson 6589 Cotton 7364 Major 8513 Tillman 8546 Woods 9126 Love 9848 Kiowa 10259 Johnston 10635 Latimer 10864 Nowata 11211 Noble 11434 Okfuskee 11471 Washita 11693 Pushmataha 12183 Haskell 12859 Blaine 12880 Murray 13835 Hughes 14302 Kingfisher 14456 Atoka 14461 Marshall 15078 Craig 15297 Choctaw 16860 Pawnee 18880 Beckham 19088 Woodward 19965 Mcintosh 20112 Texas 21988 Adair 24770 Seminole 25208 Custer 26518 Jackson 27228 Garvin 30096 Mcclain 30229 Caddo 32311 Lincoln 32866 Ottawa 33992 Mccurtain 35346 Pontotoc 36894 Logan 37815 Bryan 39146 Delaware 39471 Mayes 39732 Okmulgee 40868 Sequoyah 42946 Stephens 44641 Pittsburg 44671 Cherokee 45416 Osage 46480 Kay 47125 Carter 49149 Washington 49369 Grady 49528 Le Flore 56958 Garfield 64183 Wagoner 68272 Pottawatomie 68708 Creek 69151 Payne 70607 Muskogee 80757 Rogers 98701 Canadian 112429 Comanche 224898 Cleveland 0 to 20000 20000 to 100000 100000 to 684544
  • 5. 6445 Wagoner 8227 Tulsa Oklahoma 2000 - 2005 Growth or Decline in Population -2195 Comanche -1738 Jackson -1463 Kay -875 Beckham -853 Custer -742 Tillman -725 Garfield -500 Woods -417 Mccurtain -409 Beaver -387 Ottawa -368 Okfuskee -366 Alfalfa -358 Kiowa -351 Grant -323 Jefferson -316 Cimarron -304 Hughes -266 Coal -254 Johnston -252 Harmon -231 Harper -175 Major -168 Noble -146 Dewey -133 Stephens -127 Greer -116 Seminole -112 Roger Mills -90 Ellis -69 Texas -59 Cotton -53 Choctaw -50 Garvin -44 Latimer -39 Washita 36 Pushmataha 83 Okmulgee 115 Caddo 123 Craig 153 Washington 161 Pawnee 165 Lincoln 203 Pontotoc 263 Murray 273 Nowata 300 Love 359 Haskell 402 Kingfisher 485 Mcintosh 607 Atoka 649 Woodward 672 Pittsburg 861 Osage 894 Blaine 910 Adair 992 Payne 1027 Mayes 1142 Creek 1146 Muskogee 1189 Bryan 1288 Marshall 1364 Le Flore 1528 Carter 1802 Sequoyah 1945 Delaware 1996 Cherokee 2245 Mcclain 2567 Pottawatomie 2941 Logan 3772 Grady 9386 Rogers 10489 Canadian 16588 Cleveland 22844 Oklahoma -2200 to 0 0 to 10000 10000 to 22845
  • 6. 16.2% 14.4% 3.8% 3.5% 2.4% 2.2% 22.4% 20.2% 0.0% 5.0% 10.0% 15.0% 20.0% 25.0% Evangelical Mainline Catholic Total Tulsa MSA 1990 & 2000 Percentage of Population at Worship 1990 2000
  • 7. 745 843 828 939 - 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1,000 1990 2000 1990 & 2000 Tulsa MSA Population per Church Metro National
  • 8. -10.6% -6.8% -10.5% -9.9% -12.0% -10.0% -8.0% -6.0% -4.0% -2.0% 0.0% Evangelical Mainline Catholic Total Tulsa MSA Growth or Decline in Worship Percentage 1990 - 2000
  • 9. The Tulsa Metro Area Percentage of Population Attending Worship 22.5% Tulsa 17.0% Osage 17.2% Creek 8.6% Wagoner 15.8% Rogers
  • 10. The Tulsa Metro Area Percentage of Population Attending An Evangelical Church 15.2% Tulsa 14.1% Osage 15.2% Creek 7.4% Wagoner 13.5% Rogers
  • 11. -14.2% Tulsa Growth or Decline in Percentage of Population Attending Evangelical Churches The Tulsa Metro Area 28.2% Osage 4.0% Creek -13.1% Wagoner -3.0% Rogers
  • 12. 25 -5 -1 18 126 -20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 Evangelical Mainline Catholic Total Gain Increase Needed to Maintain Ratio of Churches to Population Tulsa MSA Net Growth in Number of Churches 1990 - 2000
  • 13. The State of the Church in the Tulsa metro area . . .
    • Attendance numbers have increased very slowly in churches.
  • 14.
    • However, because of population growth , the percentage of the population attending church has been declining 10% over the decade.
    The State of the Church in the Tulsa metro area . . .
  • 15. The State of the Church in the Tulsa metro area . . .
    • A factor in the decline in the percentage attendance is the insufficient net gain in the number of churches in the Tulsa metro area.
  • 16. The State of the Church in the Tulsa metro area . . .
    • If the present decade is to rectify that, 108 more churches would need to be started than in the previous decade.
  • 17. The State of the Church in the Oklahoma City metro area . . .
    • Attendance numbers have increased rapidly for Evangelical churches and very slowly for Mainline and Catholic churches.
    • However, factoring in of population growth, the percentage of the population attending church has declined in Mainline churches, stayed about the same in Catholic churches, and grown significantly in Evangelical churches .
  • 18. The State of the Church in the Oklahoma City metro area . . .
    • Because 80% of Oklahoma City area churches are Evangelical, the area had a growth rate for all Christian groups of 6% over the decade.
    • That is the 4th strongest growth rate of any large metropolitan area in the United States.
  • 19. State of the Church Tulsa OK

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