Ethos Groups

What are Ethos Groups? Ethos groups are groups of people that gather across Tulsa to grow in faith and friendship.

Why do we need them? Because Jesus is real - and Jesus’ body of believers is given to us as proof (John 20:24-29). We gather to experience Jesus, and week by week He changes how we think, what we do, and how we feel.

Who are they for? YOU! Ethos groups are for everyone, whether you’ve been at Ethos for a week or a year. If you are a believer in Jesus, or interested in finding out more.

When do they meet? Our groups follow the school semester, with a relaxed summer option to meet or break. Sign ups are year round and you are welcome to join at any time.

How do I sign up for one? People choose groups based on location, content, or familiarity. Sign up by emailing us at and telling us which group to put you in. Yes, it's that easy! Current group catalog listed below. 

Can My Kids Come? Ethos believes that our kids are an integral part of our church family and a blessing from God! That said, no parent wants to show up at a group with the only child there. To help prevent this from happening we want to funnel our parents to groups that are kid friendly. The groups have specified below what their childcare plan is, so please choose a group accordingly! 

Questions? Contact Steve Harden at 

Check this page often! New groups are always opening.     

- Current Group Catalog -

Mornings Midtown 

Led by Justin Jones - Come grab a coffee, pray, catch up, and learn how to study your bible. | Tuesdays at 6:45 AM Starbucks at 61st and Yale

- Please make your own childcare arrangements.

Wednesday Morning Prayer Time (Women Only) 

Led by Sarah Young - Come Pray for our church. Pray for Each other. Grab a coffee, a muffin, and lets catch up. | Wednesdays at 7:00 AM Great Harvest Bread at 51st & Sheridan

- Please make your own childcare arrangements.

Midtown South 

Led by Justin & Amanda Young - "Do Justice-Practical Ways to Engage Our World". Justice cries out for action--from you--today. Social justice is no longer a hidden topic. Christians now understand that it is indeed biblical. But it may not look the way you think; it may not sound the way you've been told. "Do Justice" is a hands-on-guide that will allow you to dive in and discover what you can do now in your corner of the world. Hear the stories of brave men and women who have gone before, and be inspired by the work of others as you make your own action plan. After all, God doesn't expect you to do everything, but he does ask you to do something. What is your something?| Tuesdays at 7:00pm near the intersection of 61st and Sheridan.

- Children welcome. We'll figure out childcare together.

Fairgrounds  (Women Only) 

Led by Stacy Kaut - "Stronger Than You Think". Inviting all women to join me in conversation focused on a variety of life issues and topics discussed in Kim Gaines Eckert's book - "Stronger Than You Think: Becoming Whole Without Having to Be Perfect" - my heart is to simply open the door to what it looks like to pursue a wholeness that ultimately comes from God instead of perfection, rest in the fact that we are not alone in our struggles, and know growth is always more powerful in community. | Thursdays at 7:00pm near the intersection of 21st and Harvard.

- Please make your own childcare arrangements. 

Midtown Rt. 66 

Led by Kaitlyn Jackson & Josh Hunt - The Adulting Series by Jonathan Pokluda on Rightnow media.  We will spend our evenings learning about and discussing the pitfalls we all now face or will soon face as the young adults we all are.  (Hint:  It’s a young adults group. Post college / Early career.)  We will go through the Adulting book by Jonathan Pokluda some weeks and just hanging out and doing fun stuff the others.  | Thursday at 7:30pm just off Rt. 66 near TU.

- Please make your own childcare arrangements. 

South Yale

Led by AJ & Jennifer Franks, hosted by Jonathan & Lauren Bundren - "Awe: Why it Matters for Everything We Think, Say, and Do" by Paul Tripp. Our hearts are often distracted from the glory of our Creator. Paul Tripp redirects our attention to the awe and wonder of our God, and how it impacts our every thought, word, and deed. | Tuesdays at 6:30pm near the intersection of 91st and Yale

- Children welcome. We'll figure out childcare together. 


Hosted by Josh & Alicia Schultz. We are going to be going through the book of Colossians with the help of Louie Giglio, and learning about how our perceptions of Jesus matter. These perceptions will impact our interactions with others.| Wednesdays at 6:30pm off Brookside

- Children welcome. We'll figure out childcare together.


South Tulsa

Hosted by Tyler & Laura Gray, led by Brett & Michelle Wagner. "Living in the Light: Money, Sex, and Power" by John Piper. Discover how to keep these three dangerous opportunities in the orbits that they were designed for, experiencing them in a way that satisfies you, serves the world, and glorifies God.  | Wednesdays at 6:30pm near the intersection of 91st and Garnett

- Children welcome. We'll figure out childcare together.

Led by Daniel & Emily Poulain - "To Live is Christ, to Die is Gain" by Matt Chandler. This group will be a video series that we'll go through together. Our group will also have an emphasis on spending time together climbing. Members of this group will either have to be a member at the climb gym or pay for a day pass each week. | Wednesdays at 7pm some weeks at Climb Tulsa Gym, some weeks at the Poulains home near 41st and Riverside.

- Please make your own childcare arrangements.

Coming Soon: Sunday Mornings before service. Check back soon for more details.

WANT TO JOIN A GROUP? Email us at and let us know which group to add you to. It's that easy!