Exodus House is one of the many ministries under the Criminal Justice and Mercy Ministries of the Oklahoma Conference of the United Methodist Church. There is an Exodus House in Oklahoma City located at 433 N. 25th Street, as well as one in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Once or twice a year, a team from St. Andrew’s goes to the Exodus House apartments at 25th and North Walker to refurbish, clean, furnish, decorate and stock our adopted apartment so that it is move-in ready. Exodus House is a temporary residence (6-12 months) for the purpose of equipping released ex-offenders and their families to become productive, self-supporting, cohesive family units. Preference is given to single parent families to facilitate reuniting the children with their parent(s). Residents must participate in the Exodus House program and follow established guidelines. The apartment is rent-free which allows the resident to save his or her income towards obtaining a rent house or apartment. The furnishings and all contents of the apartment are the resident’s to keep upon successful completion of the program.
A BIG thank you to everyone who donated furnishings and nonperishable food items for the apartment. God has truly blessed many of us to be a blessing to others. It is sincerely appreciated!
Exodus House is a six-month temporary residential project established for the purpose of equipping released ex-offenders and their families to become productive, self-supporting, cohesive family units. The St. Andrews Women's Ministries has “adopted” one of the apartments. We clean and fully furnish it each time a new family moves in. Wish List: Household items and supplies in good condition for residents starting anew. This
can include furniture, all kitchen equipment, bedding, curtains, lamps, clocks,
towels, cleaning supplies, food, and anything else someone would need in a new
For more information about volunteer opportunities and donation needs, please visit their webpage at Exodus House or contact David Johnson at 692-4242 ext. #105.