The vision for Oologah Assembly of God began in the heart of Bob and Maxine Rhoads in 1962. Following months of prayer the Rhoads’ shared their vision with another family. Brother Rhoads rented the community building and with donated pews and songbooks began preparing for the first service.
On December 13, 1964, thirty-one people gathered for the first worship service. Two months later the church purchased property at the corner of Pecan and Cooweescoowee. Almost one year to the day later, on December 12, 1965, after several months of hard work, the church celebrated a dedication service in their new building.
Over the years there have been many changes to the original structure but the purpose of the church has remained a constant – To reach the lost and disciple them into mature Christians.