Dear "dreamer", I think before you accuse a church of being a part of the occult, you should know what the heck the occult is. I think the word you were looking for was a "cult". The occult is basically the worship of Satan. Now I have gone to Church on the Move for many years, and I can admit that it is not 100% perfect (no church is perfect because it is man-made). However, accusing this church of being a part of the occult is totally inaccurate. Whenever anything like Satan, witchcraft, demons, etc, is mentioned by Pastor George, he is rebuking it and teaching his congregation how to defeat such adversaries. He has never told anyone to worship the devil! Now, I'm going to give you the benefit of the doubt and guess that you confused the term "occult" with "cult". In which case, you have no authority to accuse this church of being a cult if you yourself don't even know the proper vocabulary! Besides, just because a church closes its doors at a certain time does not make it a cult. Most PACs close their doors when a show starts. Does that make the performing arts a cult? Well, I guess I better throw away my tickets to the Tulsa Ballet because according to you, I must be a Satan worshiper! Anyways, you are being completely ridiculous. Yes, their policy of locking the doors is inconvenient, but you must understand where this is coming from. Have you ever been to a church where the people are strolling in during the service? It's very rude and distracting. I want to go to a church where people care enough to get to service early and make time for church. If one time is inconvenient for you, Church on the Move has a ridiculously large amount of service options for you to pick from. Anyways, calling a church a cult is a very serious accusation, and you should check yourself before you make this same mistake again. You just demonstrated your ignorance and made your review completely irrelevant.
Long story short... I grew up in church. My family went to a tulsa Nazarene church. I remember watching the gospel bill(Willie George) shows when I was younger. After I graduated and was more independent I started visiting various churches to find where I could worship and grow as a Christian the best. Church on the Move has fulfilled every need! I not only enjoy their music but also the sermons. I would recommend visiting this church and considering it your church home.
I went to Chirstchurch during a conference and the presence and the power of God was there in an awesome way. Bishop Stone, the pastoral staff and the members showed such love that have I been there ever since. That was just over a year ago, and the move of God just keeps building. Come and see what God is doing.