Welcome


We look forward to meeting you!

Just put this address, 11 S. Morgan Road, 73089, into your Garmin.

Wait! That is so 2002.

We have a map linked here you may use. Or, you are likely proficient in Goggle Maps that you could Google: Snow Hill Baptist Church in Tuttle and through the magic of the Internet find out how to get here.

More simply, we are at the intersection of Highway 37 and Morgan Road in Tuttle, Oklahoma.

Because we have three buildings connected by two breezeway, Pastor Todd has a video below that will help you know what to do if you have children and you would like to find the Nursery, Preschool and Children’s Sunday School/Bible Study classes or our Youth Building.

You will also find out where our Adult Bible Study classes meet as well as the location of our Worship Space.

Welcome! Some of you may already know some things about Snow Hill from clicking around our website.

Below you will find two things I hope you find helpful for your first time here or an answer to questions you may have after attending on a Sunday morning.

  1. I am grateful to Jason Marshell for making the video content better than I could.
  2. The Q & A below may not answer all of your questions but we will try to provide enough to get started.

If you have other questions, fill out our Contact form and we will gladly work to answer in helpful ways.

Pastor Todd

Frequently Asked Questions

What time is your Sunday worship service?

We begin Sundays with Bible Study for all ages at 9:00 a.m. Followed by our worship gathering at 10:15 a.m.

What do you offer for children on Sunday morning?

We provide graded Children’s Bible Study at 9:00 a.m. Our Children’s Sunday School meets in our Education Building. After a time of worship with the congregation, children ages 4 yr. old through 2nd grade are invited to Children’s Church that also meets in our Education Building. Children remain in Children’s Church until their parents pick them up after worship. Older Children that remain in worship with their parents may take advantage of our Worship Bags.

You are welcome to meet your child’s teacher. Those that server at our Welcome Table in our Education Building will be glad to introduce you.

Your child’s safety is important. We ask that our guests check in at our Welcome Table and register their children. This will help should a need arise. Our volunteers will then have confidence making the connection between parent and child should a need arise during Sunday Bible Study or during time in our Nursery or Children’s Church during worship. All of our Children’s workers, from our Nursery to Sunday School and Children’s Church, have all submitted to certified background checks.

What do you offer for babies and toddlers?

Our Pre-school Sunday School begins at 9:00 a.m. We provide Nursery during worship for children up to 4 yrs. of age. For those who would like to bring their babies into worship, please know that we have a nursing mother’s area equipped with a television that streams our services.

You are welcome to meet your child’s teacher. Those that server at our Welcome Table in our Education Building will be glad to introduce you.

Your child’s safety is important. We ask that our guests check in at our Welcome Table and register their children. This will help should a need arise. Our volunteers will then have confidence making the connection between parent and child should a need arise during Sunday Bible Study or during time in our Nursery or Children’s Church during worship.All of our babies and toddlers workers, from our Nursery to Sunday School and Children’s Church, have all submitted to certified background checks.

What do you offer youth?

We provide Bible Study for Youth, 7th-12th grade, each Sunday beginning at 9:00 a.m. Our Youth meet in our Youth Building (East Building). Many of our Youth help with different parts of our Worship service from running sound and video to serving as ushers for our Sunday giving time. Sunday evenings holds a variety of different occasions to gather. Short-term Bible Study series, Game Nights, Movie Nights. Often these events are held at the Snow Hill buildings. Other times Youth may meet in members homes. Wednesday evenings our Youth meet for InBetween – Youth Worship. Many of our Youth help with our Food Pantry ministry that begins at 5:30 p.m. On Wednesdays. They then hang out in the Youth Room and Youth Cafe prior to the beginning of InBetween at 7:00 p.m.

All of our Youth workers have submitted to certified background checks.

Who attends your church?

Snow Hill is a multi-generational congregation. We represent a mix of those who grew up attending church to those who began attending later in life. Many attend Snow Hill whose families have lived in the area for more than a generation or more. Others attend who have moved from other areas of the OKC Metro or from out of State. Those who attend Snow Hill may own their own businesses, work in a professional trade, teach in public schools, be active in retirement and most anything in between.

Do you have to dress up to attend your worship services?

Most who attend Snow Hill dress casual. Sure, you may find a suit and tie but may you just as easily see someone wearing shorts during the hot summer months. No one is judged on how formal or informa they prefer to dress for worship.

Who are your ministers?

See our Staff Page.

What kind of adult education/spiritual growth opportunities do you offer?

We provide a variety of Adult Bible Study groups each Sunday morning that meet at 9:00 a.m. Most Sunday evenings we provide and informal Adult Bible Study that meets at 6:00 p.m. Our Women’s Ministry provides a variety of opportunities for women to gather for Christian education and spiritual growth.

What kind of outreach is the church involved in?

Locally, Snow Hill provides what we refer to as Wednesdays Are for Others. Central to this community outreach is our Food Pantry. For more than ten years we have provided food boxes for those in need. Three out of every four weeks we open our Clothes Closet. The week of is used to re-stock and/or change clothes to match the seasonal needs. We have a group that provides a short Bible Story, snack and craft for the children who come with their families to the Food Pantry. For the last almost ten years Snow Hill opens Community of Hope Free Medical Clinic on the first Wednesday of every month. The clinic is open to those without insurance. Also on the first Wednesday of the month, during the school year, Snow Hill offers a Community Meal. Over the years Snow Hill has participated in a homeless ministry, prayer walking at our local schools, and meeting other needs as resources allow. Every two to three years Snow Hill opens is doors for a Free Eye Clinic. Annually, Snow Hill provides Christmas gifts for the children of those who come to the Food Pantry.

We encourage those who are members and attend Snow Hill to be present to the variety of needs common to any community.

What is the history of Snow Hill?

In the early 1950’s a group of people constructed a cinder block building where they would gather for Sunday School and worship. Luke Baker deeded one acre to the First Baptist Church, Newcastle, for a new church that would serve an area once known as the Snow Hill Community. The official beginning of Snow Hill Baptist Church came as 44 along with Rev. John Quickle incorporated on June 26, 1955.

The seeds of this new congregation have traces in the lives of George Snow, Ethel Davis, Lottie Henning, and others. Their contributions to the desire for a church in the area date to the 1930’s. There were at least two other locations groups met for Sunday School and worship prior to settling in on Highway 37 and Morgan Road, once Snow Hill Road.

Tuttle, and Tri-City have grown since the 1950’s. Gone is the two-lane highway that ran in front of the church, a five-lane highway has replaced it. The one-acre home to Snow Hill now encompasses more than 20 acres. Two additions and two more buildings accompany the cinder block building, while still a part of the meeting place for Snow Hill. For instance, the core of that original building has been remodeled and now serves as our Youth Café. The Auditorium Building (1972) now serves as our Youth Room.

Snow Hill built an Education Building for Children and Youth (1997) and a Multi-Purpose Building (2004) that serves as a place for worship, fellowship, community ministries, and the recent home for the FICHE Homeschool Coop. Our of our combined buildings we host a weekly Food Pantry, a clothes closet, and a monthly free medical clinic, Community of Hope.

Buildings are pragmatic means to an end. People are not. We meet in space together to demonstrate the variety of ways we value people – young and old. Our theme since 2004 is marked in the Foyer of our main Building – Journey of Faith. We believe God’s mission requires disciples. We gather as people on a journey with Jesus. Come share life and faith with us.

How do I join Snow Hill Church?

now Hill, as a Baptist Church, is in the confessional church tradition. Membership for Snow Hill means a person has confessed Jesus Is Lord in the past in another Christian congregation (1 Cor. 12:3), or is presenting themselves as confessing Jesus is Lord, or comes by statement of faith in Jesus is Lord but has not been a member of another Baptist Church. We practice Believer’s Baptism. Those coming to confess Jesus is Lord will be invited to express receiving God’s grace in baptism.

Any Staff Member would be glad to answer any questions related to church membership. Likely, any of our members that you might know could also explain the process of membership at Snow Hill.

For those wishing to be our guests for a while, please know that you and your family are welcome to participate in the activities of the church.

Does Snow Hill provide a sensory room for children that may need such a space from time to time?

Snow Hill offers a space adjacent to the Worship area for those children with special needs who may need a safe space, often termed a sensory room. It is equipped with adjustable lighting, suitable furniture and a television that streams the worship service.

With whom do I talk if I want to know more?

If you would like to know more, contact any of our Staff by email or phone. Our Secretary would also be available to answer questions you may have.

Sermons Snowhill

November 23, 2021

Deja vu

Jesus invites people into his life and his way. He takes what is and points to the new way of the Kingdom of God. Come see what this journey is all about!

One way to think about the mission of Jesus - He calls into question the way things are and points to the way things may be in the Kingdom of God.