Frontline Church is located in Midtown, an area within Oklahoma City, on the corner of 10th and Robinson. Although Frontline itself is only a little over a decade old, the beautiful building in which it is housed has been around for over a century.
The first time I visited Frontline was around a year ago. I was immediately overwhelmed by the size and beauty of the structure. After venturing up the stone steps and through the doors, I was met with plush carpet, dark wood, and hundreds of stained glass windows full of sunshine.
Years ago, when the building was designed as a church, the idea was to create a holy and reverent feel for all those who enter it to worship. It is still accomplishing its goal, stunning all visitors into silence and awe.
A year later, I still attend this church, and have spent much more time exploring the details of its beautiful architecture. A trip to visit with a friend yielded the sight of beautiful arch-shaped doors. A quick change into scrubs before heading to class uncovered exposed brick walls contrasting with chandeliers. It is a stunning building that constantly blows me away, which is a perfect reflection of the people and the purpose of those who work within it.