Our Parish

Our Church

church exteriorFrom all the saints at St. Michael’s (who are all sinners saved by grace through faith in Jesus Christ), welcome to a biblical, liturgical, and traditional body of believers who worship Almighty God in Spirit and in Truth.  We extend to you a warm invitation to join in our fellowship as we love God and love one another.

After the Holy Bible, St. Michael’s is grounded in the creeds and councils of the historic church, the traditional Anglican Book of Common Prayer.

Our Location

Our Rector

The Rev. Richard L. Jones was born and raised in St. Louis, MO until moving to Tulsa in 1998.  In 1984 Fr. Jones experienced a sovereign visitation by our Lord Jesus Christ which set him on a unique spiritual journey.  After another dramatic and sovereign move of God on Dec. 14th 1995, he fully surrendered to Jesus Christ at a church service the next day.  He was first ordained as a Minister in 1998, and in 2013 he was ordained to the Anglican Priesthood in the Province of Communio Christiana.  Earlier, in 2007, he originally planted a new non-denomination church in Tulsa called The Uprising, which converted to the Anglican Way in 2012.  In 2017 he was received into the Order of Saint John the Beloved, a 3rd order Franciscan monastic order.  By 2018 Fr. Jones was assigned the role of Abbot of Tulsa and Eastern Oklahoma.  In 2021, after being asked, he was moved by the Holy Spirit to enter the Reformed Episcopal Church in the Diocese of Mid-America.  He was installed as the Rector of Saint Michael’s Anglican Church in Broken Arrow on January 23, 2022 by the Most Rev. Ray R. Sutton, PhD, and is the fifth Rector of St. Michael’s following Fr. Michael Templin, Fr. Ed Fowler, Fr. Jack Bradberry, and founder Fr. John Pasco.

Assisting Bishop in the REC Diocese of Mid – America, of the Anglican Church in North America

The Right Reverend Frank Walter Brulc born and raised in Joliet, Illinois. In 2000, Bishop Brulc attended St. Joseph of Arimathea Anglican Theological College, at the time, the residential seminary of the Anglican Province of Christ the King. Bishop Brulc was ordained to the diaconate in November 2001. He was ordained to the priesthood in June 2002 at St. Nicholas Anglican Church where he served as Rector until 2010. In 2009, Bishop Brulc was appointed Canon to the Ordinary and in 2010 Bishop Brulc and his family moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma. In July 2010, he became Rector of All Saints Anglican Cathedral in Tulsa. In 2012, Bishop Brulc was elected Suffragan Bishop of the Diocese of the Southwestern States and Bishop Ordinary in 2016. Leaving the Anglican Province of Christ the King in November 2017, Bishop Brulc began volunteer work as a hospice visitor. In January 2021, he began volunteer work for Meals-on-Wheels of Tulsa. Bishop Brulc returned to the active ordained ministry in May 2022, being received into the Reformed Episcopal Church as a clergyman by the Most Reverend Ray Sutton, Presiding Bishop of the REC. In December 2023, Bishop Brulc was licensed by Archbishop Foley Beach of the Anglican Church in North America to serve as an Assisting Bishop in the Reformed Episcopal Church/ACNA. Besides assisting at St. Michael’s Church, Bishop Brulc works fulltime as a Hospice Chaplain for TruHeart Hospice, LLC. Bishop Brulc is also a volunteer Group Facilitator with a grief Support Ministry called GriefShare through a local Tulsa church. He and his wife, Kathleen have one adult daughter and reside in Tulsa with an undisclosed number of cats.

Our Vestry and Officers

  • Chris Nulf, Senior Warden, elected in 2024 for a 3 year term
  • Kenneth Higgins, Junior Warden, elected in 2024 for a 3 year term
  • Linda Sylvester, Member, elected in 2024 to fill a 3 year term
  • Misty VanStrander, Member, elected in 2023 for a 3 year term
  • Hans Pasco, Member, elected in 2023 for a 3 year term
  • Carl Mayrath, Treasurer, appointed and non-voting Member

Our Affiliations

St. Michael’s is a congregation of the Reformed Episcopal Church, formed in 1873 to maintain the historic and authentic character of Anglicanism in the United States.  After the Holy Bible, the REC is grounded in the creeds of the historic church, the Articles of Religion and the Book of Common Prayer.

The Reformed Episcopal Church is a founding jurisdiction of the Anglican Church in North America, constituted in 2008 to preserve and advance the orthodox and historic Anglican witness in the United States and Canada.