Welcome to The church St. John CME

Bringing Jesus To All People

We are located at 10413 N.E. 36th street in a small community east of Oklahoma City named Spencer.  We are open to all who are seeking a relationship with God or those who know God and are searching for an exciting worship experience with like-minded Christians.  Our goal is to serve individuals and communities from all walks of life and provide spiritual guidance, support and dynamic fellowship.  It is our desire to facilitate spiritual awareness, growth, and fulfillment through the collaboration of the Holy Spirit and the Holy Word.   We are a congregation of the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church and rejoice in the privilege to serve God as part of the body of Christ.

Home Going Service for

Lady Earlean (Craig)Walker​

April 26, 1953 – December 2, 2020

May you rest in the arms of the Lord who formed you from the dust of the earth. May holy Mary, the angels, and all the saints welcome you now that you have gone forth from this life. May Christ who was crucified for you, bring you freedom and peace. May Christ who died for you admit you into his garden of paradise.

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It is our goal that all who are lost would find purpose, that all who are stranded would find freedom, and all who are broken would be made whole through our Savior Jesus.

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10413 NE 36th St
Spencer, OK 73084

(405) 769-2747

(405) 769-2747

  • Sunday School: 9:45 a.m.
  • Afternoon Sunday School: 2nd & 4th Sundays 1:45 p.m.
  • Morning Worship Service: 11:00 a.m.
  • Women’s Missionary Society (WMS) Monday night Meeting 7:00 p.m.
  • Family Prayer/Praise/Bible Study –Wednesday Nights (weekly) 7:00 p.m.
  • Christian Youth Fellowship (CYF) – Wednesdays 7:30 p.m.
  • Children’s Church – 2nd & 4th Wednesdays 7:30 p.m.
  • Choir Rehearsal – Thursday Nights (as announced) 7:00 p.m.
  • Noon Day Prayer Service – Fridays (weekly) 12:00 p.m.

CME Connection

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Methodism was birthed in the 18th century by John Wesley.  The denomination grew rapidly and formed Methodism north and south.  The latter consisted mainly of slave owners and their slaves.  The Colored Methodist Episcopal Church was formed December 16, 1870 when former slaves split from their masters to allow opportunities for them to pastor, start their own churches, and provide leadership for their people.  In the present day, the denomination is called Christian Methodist Episcopal and reports over 800,000 members and 3,000 churches.  It is divided into 11 Episcopal districts including the U.S., Haiti, Jamaica and Africa with 11 active bishops. Learn more about our CME Church history by accessing the national CME website at the link below.

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Oklahoma Regional Level is made up of two opposite sides of the state: Oklahoma City and Tulsa Districts.  Currently, Rev. James L. Dunbar is Presiding Elder of the Oklahoma City District and Rev. Marquett Youngblood presides over the Tulsa District.  There are district officers appointed and/or elected to assist in unifying, training and assisting the local churches.

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Regional Level Conferences and Programs

Annual and Mid-Winter Conference, Board of Christian Education (BCE) Day, Regional Children, Youth and Young Adult Day and various other programs, revivals and auxiliary group events.

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National Level Conferences and Meetings

St. John is a member of the 9th Episcopal District where the Rt. Rev. Bobby R. Best is the Presiding Prelate.  The 9th includes eight regional conferences Alaska-Pacific, Arizona-New Mexico, Northern California, Southern California, Oregon, Washington and Oklahoma.  Also, nationally there are various conferences, i.e. The General Conference (held every 4 years and consists of election of bishops and general connectional officers), The National Youth and Young Adult Conference (held every 4 years), One Church One Child, Women’s Missionary Society Quadrennial, Pastor’s, Lay Conferences, etc. National CME Website.

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