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Peopleschurch.tv is a non-denominational church in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The church is led by Senior Pastor Herbert Cooper [2] and runs between 5,000 - 6,000 people each Sunday. The church is ONE church in TWO locations. In 2010, peopleschurch.tv was named as the 4th fastest growing church in America by “Outreach Magazine” and News OK (The Oklahoman). [3] [4]


Worship Style

Peopleschurch.tv features a casual dress code and most attendees wear jeans and casual clothing, the worship service includes coffee and snacks before and after the services, music style is praise-worship, with the performances amplified concert style and lyrics shown on projector.

Locations

The church is ONE church in TWO locations.


1. The main campus is located at 800 E. Britton Rd. Oklahoma City, OK 73114.

Office Phone: (405) 775-9991

Fax: (405) 775-9991

Email: info@peopleschurch.tv


2. The second (Midwest City) campus is located at 351 N. Air Depot Blvd. Midwest City, OK 73110.

Office Phone: (405) 582-7555

Fax: (405) 582-7556

Email: mwcinfo@peopleschurch.tv

Service Times

MAIN CAMPUS:

Sunday Experience times: 8:30am, 10:00am, 11:30am, & 1:00pm


MIDWEST CITY CAMPUS:

Sunday Experience times: 10:00am, 11:30am, & 1:00pm

Senior Pastor

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Herbert Cooper grew up in Wewoka, Oklahoma, sixty miles east of Oklahoma City off I-40. He graduated from Evangel University in Springfield, MO in 1997, with a Biblical Studies major and a Psychology minor. As a scholarship athlete (football) and full-time student, Herbert still found time to preach revivals and youth camps across America throughout his collegiate career. By the time he graduated, he had five years of preaching and ministry experience. Immediately following graduation, he launched a full-time evangelistic ministry and months later married his college sweetheart, Tiffany. He quickly became one of the most highly sought after speakers, conducting revivals and crusades and speaking at conferences, youth camps and youth conventions across America.

In addition, he is a worldwide speaker, preaching in the Ukraine, Malawi Africa and in Uganda Africa in front of crowds numbering in excess of 15,000. In Herbert's last year in full-time evangelistic ministry, he spoke to approximately 30,000 teenagers and thousands of adults in over twenty different states around America. In April of 2001, God spoke to Herbert and Tiffany to plant a multi-cultural church in a major city in America. In May of 2001, the Lord directed them to the north side of Oklahoma City. In January 2002, the Coopers sold their home in Springfield and moved to Oklahoma City to begin People's Church. People's Church began on May 12, 2002, with 65 people in attendance and is now ministering to over 5000 people every week.

History

Peopleschurch.tv was founded in 2002, by Herbert Cooper and his wife Tiffany Cooper, with services originally being held in the AMC Theatre at Quail Springs Mall in Oklahoma City, OK. The grand opening of People's Church was May 12, 2002, with 65 people in attendance.


2004

Peoples Church purchased 50 acres to build a 17,500 sq. ft. facility.


2006

Peoples Church completed construction on their new facility and began worshipping at what is now the main campus located at 800 E. Britton Rd. in Oklahoma City, OK 73114.


2009

Due to the increase in attendance, Peoples Church added an additional 44,000 square foot facility that includes an 1800 seat auditorium. The previous auditorium was then remodeled into a kids and youth space.


2011

In August 2011, the church launched a second campus located at 351 N. Air Depot Blvd. Midwest City, OK 73110. This second campus is ministering to approximately 1,400 people a week with many accepting Christ each week. [5]


2012

Today, People's Church is ministering to over 5,000 people in four identical Sunday experiences at both campuses.

Values

1.Win the Lost at Any Cost

2.Diversity

3.Excellence

4.Growth


People’s church uses the following system to encourage their members to grow spiritually:


Church Attendance: Hearing God's Word each week, spending time in corporate worship, hanging out and building friendships with other believers. We all need this, AND it's biblical. See you at church Sunday!


Daily prayer and Bible reading: Just like it sounds, one of the most important steps you can take to grow spiritually is to spend time each day praying and reading your Bible. Set aside a specific time each day and do your best to stick to it.


Serving in Ministry: Part of growing as a follower of Christ is sharing with others what God has done in your own life. There is no better way to do that than to volunteer in ministry. Just as there was someone ministering to you when you came to know God, someone out there needs you to show them Jesus. It may be greeting someone at the door, volunteering in the kids ministry or operating a camera in the auditorium...God can use all to advance His Kingdom.


Community Groups: Groups are the final piece of the puzzle that brings everything together and are places where you can find friends, accountability, care & prayer. Life, and especially our walk with God, shouldn't be done alone. We need each other. [6]

Staff

Midwest City Campus Pastor: Jason Morris

Teaching Team Member: Jason Patterson

Community Groups Director: Jayson John

Student Ministries Director: Chris Smith

Care Director: Shelby Johnson

References

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