Oklahoma City is a religiously diverse community with large congregations in most religions.

According to Pew Research, 66 percent of adults in Oklahoma City consider themselves highly religious. Of that two-thirds of our population, 40 percent identify as Baptists, 14 percent are Methodist, 10 percent are Catholic and 36 percent belong to another Christian denomination.

In addition, many others worship in Oklahoma City’s nine Buddhist temples, four Muslim mosques, two Hindu temples and six Jewish temples or synagogues.

Oklahoma City’s culturally and ethnically diverse religious community has a congregation or gathering for almost all faiths. For a full guide of the different faith communities throughout the Greater Oklahoma City area, review the links below.

If you identify with a faith-based network or religion, we’re confident you’ll find a spiritual community in Oklahoma City. If you can’t find the information you are looking for on a particular religion please contact us and we can assist you. - various Oklahoma religion statistics
Pew Center research on religion by state alphabetical church directory
Jewish Federation of Greater OKC links
Church Angel church listings by denomination