John 3:16 Mission
Resources for Families and Children:
If youre looking for safe, fun, and free alternative activities for your family, or support as you face the modern challenges Tulsa families must overcome every day, we want to help. At the John 3:16 Mission Family & Youth Center, we believe that the foundation of our community rests on the success of local families.
We want your children to grow up in a safe environment, equipped for living fulfilling lives. We want you to feel supported as you raise the next generation, because our future is in the hands of our children. You dont have to go through life alone our family is here for yours. All students from kindergarten to high school, and even parents, can grow closer together and become the amazing people God has created you to be.
If you are a homeless man who needs a place to stay overnight, John 3:16 Mission is here to help you. Our shelter doors are open to all men provided you follow the rules.
The Missions overnight shelter is located at 506 N. Cheyenne Ave. This is just off of North Denver Ave. in downtown Tulsa. The Mission is across the street from the David L. Moss Correctional Facility (Tulsa Jail) and immediately adjacent to the IDL overpass.
Here's What You Need To Do To Stay at the Mission
To stay at the Mission overnight, you need to arrive before 5:45 p.m. to sign in. You need a valid identification with photo ID. You will need to have a TB card if you are with us more than a week. We can help you acquire your TB card.
You must be sober. You may not bring pets, weapons, alcohol or any non-prescribed drugs or medications into the shelter.
Disruptive or intoxicated guests will not be allowed to stay in the Mission until they are sober and under control.
You will be assigned a bed according to an evening lottery before you are admitted.
Lights out is 8 p.m. Overnight guests must depart the Mission by 6 a.m.