Oklahoma City

Metropolitan population: 1.3 million


Tulsa

Metropolitan population: 1 million


Target Cities

Cities and towns in desperate need of truth-preaching churches. 

 

Section One

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Nowata

County seat of Nowata County.
Population: 3,731

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Jay

County seat of Delaware County
Population: 2,448

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Stilwell

County seat of Adair County
Population: 3,949

Section Two

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Jenks

Suburb of Tulsa. A rapidly growing city - the population has more than doubled since 2000. The largest city in Oklahoma without a UPC church.
Population: 21,812

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Pawhuska

County seat of Osage County.
Population: 3,605

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Drumright

Historic oil boomtown.
Population: 2,880

Section Three

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Wewoka

County seat of Seminole County.
Population: 3,430

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Tecumseh

City in Pottawatomie County.
Population: 6,630

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Meeker

City in Lincoln County.
Population: 1,145

Section four

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Wilburton

County seat of Latimer County.
Population: 2,843

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Stigler

County seat of Haskell County.
Population: 2,685

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Heavener

City in Le Flore County
Population: 3,414

Section Five

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Marietta

County seat of Love County
Population: 2,729

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Stratford

City in Garvin County
Population: 1,535

 

Section Six

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Bethany

Suburb of Oklahoma City
Population: 19,543

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Warr Acres

Suburb of Oklahoma City
Population: 10,420

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BlackWell

City in Kay County
Population: 7,092

Section Seven

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Weatherford

City in Custer County
Population: 12,126

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Frederick

County seat of Tillman County
Population: 3,940

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Anadarko

City in Caddo County
Population: 6,762

 
 

"The harvest truly is great, but the labourers are fewpray ye therefore the Lord of the harvest, that he would send forth labourers into his harvest."

Luke 10:2