Our pastor had a vision to plant a life-giving church in Elk City, OK. He planted The Way Church in February of 2011 with just a handful of people. With the help of people committed to seeing that dream fulfilled, the church has experienced significant growth. The Way Church continues to focus on reaching out to the non-churched by building relationships and preaching the message of the Gospel.
The staff and leadership here at The Way Church is comprised of men and women who love, care and pray for every single person in the church. If you have any questions for any of our staff, feel free to reach out and email them or call our church office to speak with them. You can contact the church office at firstname.lastname@example.org
Kyle is the Senior Pastor of The Way Church. He and his wife, Randi planted The Way Church in 2011 with a vision to see people experience Jesus and see the church reach its full potential. They live in Elk City with their son, Titus, and two daughters, Avery and Aniston.
Eric is the Youth Pastor at The Way Church. He is passionate about loving God and people. Eric was drawn to The Way because of the vision to see people experience Jesus. Eric and his wife, Natasha, live in Elk City with their two sons, Mayson and Golden, and daughter, Harper.
Travis is the Next Steps Pastor at The Way Church. He is passionate about providing the behind-the-scenes support to staff and helping people take next steps in their walk with God. Travis and his wife, Shayla, live in Elk City with their two children, Emorie and Colin.
Susan has been the Administrative Assistant at The Way Church since 2014. She has a heart to serve and has been instrumental in doing whatever is necessary to move the mission forward. Susan and her husband, Tyrel, live in Elk City with their three children, Meghan, Kynlee, and Creed.
At our church, you will hear the word “gospel” repeatedly because it is the most important truth that we can know and experience. The gospel is not merely a message that needs to be shared with non-Christians, but also with Christians. It is not something that mature Christians move on from, but rather something that they move deeper into. The gospel is the lens in which we should view theology, ministry, and all aspects of life.
The Apostle Paul defined the word “gospel” concisely in 1st Corinthians 15:3-5 when he wrote, “Christ died for our sins in accordance with the Scriptures, that he was buried, that he was raised on the third day in accordance with the Scriptures, and that he appeared to Cephas, then to the twelve.” Simply put, the gospel is all about Jesus’ life, death and resurrection, and the implications it has for us.