Before any building of The Dome occurred, our Amphitheatre was open and attracting large numbers for various experiences. Plays were staged there long before Jewel Box Theatre was built. Recently this Amphitheatre was restored, and now is the home of our “Edgemere Under the Stars” Concerts.
The Dome has been a unique landmark since the 1950s, and still points to the future. This space is currently being refitted for modern needs, and promises to provide a welcoming and spacious worship environment. Equipment includes a custom sound system, a 63-rank Austin pipe organ, and ample room for singer and musicians.
An intimate facility, seating 150 for weddings, funerals, or other worship-centered functions. Equipment includes custom light and sound systems, organ, and piano.
A dining and function facility seating 250+, divisible into four sections; equipped with a versatile sound system; and a complete restaurant-style kitchen.
A contemporary four-level structure adjoining the sanctuary building, chapel and administrative offices. The Dining Room occupies the ground floor. The building houses classrooms for children’s, youth, and adult education groups; choir practice, equipment and robing rooms; the Pre-School, Kindergarten and “Children’s Day Out” programs; and restroom facilities on each floor.
Jewel Box Theater
A 185-seat arena theater, offering an annual program of six dramatic or musical shows to 2,700 season ticket holders, plus the general public. The Jewel Box began as an outreach of First Christian church in 1958, and is a cultural institution in central Oklahoma.
3700 N. Walker, Okla. City, OK 73118. Telephone: (405) 525-6551