Taylor Scheer

Pastor of Local Church in Downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma.
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“People are just trying figure out how to bridge the gap between where they are and the life they want to have.”
Taylor Scheer and his wife, Cassidi live in Tulsa, Oklahoma. They have two children, Charleston (2 years old) and Tripp (1 year old). Taylor is the son of Pastors Bill and Sandy Scheer of Guts Church, but has a different story than most with his background. Taylor and Cassidi are extremely entrepreneurial and have had major success in the business realm. When he was younger & before marriage, Taylor founded a Men’s clothing store that gave him a unique perspective for the future. He would go on to invest in multiple start-ups and continues to do so to this day. Taylor and Cassidi are also heavily involved in Rodan + Fields and are in the top 50 producers out of nearly 300,000 consultants. They do not benefit in any way from proceeds that go to Local Church, and are excited to build a church in a world that is often critical of finances in the church realm.

About Taylor Scheer

My Message

“We started Local Church to reach people who aren’t immersed in the mainstream church world.”

There are two different worlds of church. One is the church that revolves around church conferences, trends, targeting people through Facebook who already follow multiple pastors and speakers online, etc. And then there are people who are just living life. Every day people who are out of the loop with the church world. These are people who are trying to figure out what their purpose is, how to get through the day, provide for their families and have a good life. That’s the type of person we want to reach. The every day Christian not looking to get into ministry, but be the best in their industries and homes.

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“My focus is making it easy for people to get to God.”

Taylor has a unique perspective from growing up in the church realm, but being heavily involved in the consulting, investing, start-up and acquisition spaces. His desire is to bridge the gap between the ministry world and the every day, non-ministry person that is just trying to live life.

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