Welcome to Apostolic Faith Tabernacle

Thank you for stopping by and expressing interest in Apostolic Faith Tabernacle (AFT). I want you to know that AFT isn't “just another church”. It is Oklahoma City’s point of contact for revival, healing and hope! I’m confident that you can find new direction and purpose through the power of the Holy Ghost!

Life can be overwhelming but we serve an overwhelming God! Here at AFT we take the limits off of God so that you can feel and experience old time, Apostolic, Pentecostal power and anointing! It’s never too late for God to work in your life and point you to his complete purpose and plan for you.

The McDonald family extends to you a personal invitation to come be our guest at one of our services. We are confident you will find Apostolic Faith Tabernacle to be the friendliest church in our city and most importantly that you will find rest for your soul.

Blessings to all,
Pastor N.T. McDonald

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Thursday, December 3, 2020

Thursday, December 3, 2020

Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Sunday, July 26, 2020

As of Sunday, October 11, 2020 Covid Guidelines for Attending Service

Our Covid-19 Guidelines
-All greeters, ushers will have mask & gloves on.
-No shaking hands, or hugging.
-Restroom only 2 at a time (self-monitored).
-Water fountain is closed.
-Media Room is closed.
-Nursery attendants will have mask and gloves on and do temperature checks
-If our members are sick, for any reason, one service, the next service is to be skipped, no exceptions.

Face Mask Guidelines
If sit by yourself or with immediate family in the first three sections from left to right (facing the pulpit).
Social distancing must be practiced between households on the same pew. 
(On one pew – the Miller family would need to be 6ft from the Ramirez family)
If you do not want to social distance. 
We have the third and fourth section from left to right (facing pulpit) available to you.

To our Guest,
We want you to relax. No one will come to the pew to pray for you, ever. 
However, if you come to the front or kneel at our altar at the conclusion of service, a member will pray with you wearing a mask.  If a minister lays hands on your head to pray for you, he will hand sanitize first. 

If there are changes guidelines cards will be handed out when you walk in our front doors.