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Member Directory 2018-11-27T16:35:23+00:00

The Cathedral District leadership committee offers a valuable opportunity to shape the future of the neighborhood. Official members receive voting rights and a platform to share their voice together with other district leaders. In return, members are required to attend the majority of monthly meetings and provide modest annual dues. Please contact us if you are interested in becoming a member or attending a committee meeting.

District members are listed in alphabetical order.

Boston Avenue United Methodist Church

Boston Avenue United Methodist Church is a historic church for modern people – there’s something for everyone! We live out our mission to think deeply, grow spiritually and love generously by actively participating in worship, fellowship, theological discussions, and missions and ministries supporting education, social justice, and mental health.

www.bostonavenue.org

Cathedral District Office Portfolio

The Cathedral District Office Portfolio (“CDOP”) was purchased by a local investment group in the Summer of 2017.   The portfolio consists of six office and retail buildings located between 8th and 9th Streets on Detroit Avenue. The lobby and exterior of the former Bovaird Building has been totally renovated and renamed to The Cathedral District Business Center (“CDBC”). The former Standard Parts warehouse located at 818 South Detroit is being renovated into creative office space with two suites available.

Cyntergy

Established in 1997, Cyntergy is now celebrating 20 years of service to national clients and local community. As a full-service architecture + engineering + construction services firm, they place our focus on two things: relationships and excellence. Cyntergy has contributed several notable elements to the Cathedral District skyline, including the 2012 First Presbyterian Church addition and the newly-renovated 8:10 Building.

www.cyntergy.com

First Church of Christ, Scientist, Tulsa

First Church of Christ, Scientist has been meeting in downtown Tulsa since 1902, and at 10th & Boulder since 1918. Ours is a warm, welcoming group. As Christian Scientists, we seek to learn, live, and share the Christ as taught by Jesus, including his command to “… heal the sick, cleanse the lepers, raise the dead, cast out devils …”

First Church of Christ, Scientist Facebook Page

First Presbyterian Church of Tulsa

From its pre-statehood beginnings in 1885, First Presbyterian Church has been an anchor of Christian worship in downtown Tulsa. Each week, a vibrant congregation gathers at 7th and Boston for traditional, contemporary, and international Sunday worship services. Tulsa’s oldest church also hosts a rich variety of mission, family, education, and music programs — all aimed at making “fully devoted disciples of Christ — inwardly strong and outwardly focused.”

www.firstchurchtulsa.org

First United Methodist Church

First United Methodist Church of Tulsa has been a committed part of downtown Tulsa since 1886 and is a church where your story matters and God’s story is shared.

www.fumctulsa.org

Foolish Things Coffee Co.

This hot spot for downtown coffee was founded in 2012 right on historic Route 66. Monday through Saturday, students, professionals, and friends enjoy quality beverages, baked goods, and a full breakfast and lunch menu served at large community tables in a modern space.

www.foolishthingscoffee.com

Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSO)

PSO is an investor-owned electric utility powering Tulsa, the Tulsa metro area, and a significant portion of Oklahoma for over 100 years. PSO is headquartered downtown and resides within the Cathedral District. PSO is dedicated to provide safe, reliable electricity in sustainable ways and to work for a stronger Oklahoma through contributions to education, environmental stewardship, arts and culture, human needs, and community and economic development.

www.psoklahoma.com

Tulsa Community College, Metro Campus

Tulsa Community College educates more than 27,000 students each year. The Metro Campus hosts a variety of computer, health sciences and international language programs, and is home to the Thomas K. McKeon Center for Creativity.

www.tulsacc.edu

What can you bring to the Cathedral District? If your organization is interested in joining our cause or developing in the district, please contact us.