Glad you are here and want to find out more about us. The Edmond Church of Christ is an active community of faith in Edmond, OK, made up of Christians who care for each other and want to serve God. Every Sunday, hundreds of men, women and children from various backgrounds come together to worship God and learn about the Bible. Our faith is not just practiced on Sundays. It is the foundation for every relationship and all the events of everyday life. We believe our faith should make a profound impact on our lives, including our relationships, jobs, resources, and decisions. We view the Bible as the inspired Word of God, and we strive to follow the teachings and principles of the New Testament.
God calls us and equips us to join Him in reaching others with the good news of Jesus Christ! The "Great Commission" of Matthew 28:19-20 compels us to GO into the world to share the message and love of Jesus with others. Three Commission Sundays throughout the year give us an opportunity to celebrate what God is doing through missions at the Edmond CofC and to join Him through focused prayer and sacrificial giving. The next Commission Sunday is June 4, 2017.
Lift is a time of worship and learning for young adults on Wednesday evenings during the summer. Guests in their 20's plus members of the College, Seekers, and Pathfinders classes are invited to Lift at 7pm upstairs in room 206 (college space). This summer's theme for messages is "Headline News," and speakers will explore a biblical perspective on current events and relevant issues. For more information, contact Evan or Shawn at 341-3353.
The Son of God left heaven’s glory to walk among humanity. The Incarnation was no accident or afterthought. In God’s divine wisdom, He enacted a plan to redeem the brokenness of humanity by sending His one and only Son into the world to live and die on our behalf. Jesus was sent here on a mission. And while here, Jesus sent his followers on a mission. Today, we humbly embrace our mission as ambassadors of Christ in this broken world. We are messengers of hope. This Sunday morning sermon series will explore the mission of Jesus and our mission as his followers.
Share & Prayer Groups meet Sunday, June 4, after evening services. The purpose of these groups is to (1) spend dedicated time in prayer, (2) enjoy intergenerational fellowship, and (3) share a meal together. June 4 groups will focus on praying for peace. Everyone--church members and guests--is invited. Click on the "News" tab above to see groups and locations.
Give the gift of life by donating blood at our spring Blood Drive on Sunday, May 28, from 10:30am-1:00pm in the gym. Sign up in Bible class or contact Doug Dye for more information.
A new Wednesday evening class called CONVERGE will begin May 3 and run through May and June. This class will begin with an extended period of praise and worship led by Jason Dean, followed by in-depth discussion based on the previous Sunday morning sermon. Discussion will focus on going deeper into the text and also applying the text to everyday life. The class, led by Randy Roper and Jason Dean, will meet in the chapel at 7:00pm. Everyone is invited.
Jesus once spoke of a lukewarm church, a group of believers content to naval gaze as they grew more and more self-reliant rather than dependent on God. What was Jesus’ response to this anemic body of believers? “I am about to spit you out of my mouth,” he resolved. Some of us know what it’s like to have a lukewarm faith. We are faithful-ish to God and our devotion is real-ish. But the problem is, an “-ish” type of commitment to God falls short of His calling and will likely not withstand the temptations and trials of li. This sermon series will explore the depths of discipleship and challenge us to be all-in for the cause of Christ.
If you already have a systematic way to spend regular time in God's word, then keep it up! If you don't, you might consider starting the new year with a new Bible reading plan. Consider the 5x5x5 Bible Reading plan. The basic idea is that you read 5 minutes a day, 5 days a week, and then share your insights with 5 people throughout the week. If you stick to the plan, you will read through the entire New Testament in one year, and you will have shared scripture and your insights from reading the scriptures with many people.
5x5x5 DAILY BIBLE READING GUIDE FOR 2017 (pdf document)
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Faithfulness is forged in our daily choices, conversations, thoughts and actions. The call to follow Jesus can seem overwhelming at times. We sometimes think we are expected to somehow convert our entire neighborhood or change the world. The truth is, only God is able to convert people. And certainly, only God can change the world. Our calling from God is simply to be faithful...right here, right now. Join us as we acknowledge the faithfulness of God and strive to be faithful to God each day. As we begin a new year, we will renew our commitment to being faithful to God and His calling on our lives.
Click on the image to view our "Faithful" introduction video.
Why do we conduct Vacation Bible School during many of our mission trips?
Six years ago, a Colorado teen first connected with the Edmond Youth Group at VBS in Poncha Springs, Colorado. The relationships she formed would lead her to give her life to Jesus.
You are invited to join us this week. We are located at 801 South Bryant (corner of Bryant & Ninth, across from Hafer Park).
8:15am & 10:40am morning worship
9:30am Bible classes
5:00pm evening worship
5:00pm Early Bird class (Quad)
7:00pm Classes for all ages (throughout facilities)