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.
Find help and healing for the hurt of separation and divorce
DivorceCare is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. Don’t go through separation or divorce alone. Weekly group meetings feature a video seminar with top experts on divorce and recovery, followed by a time to discuss what was presented in that week's video and what is going on in the lives of group members. The group is provided at no cost to participants.
DivorceCare for Kids (DC4K) is a safe, fun place where your children can learn skills that will help them heal. DC4K groups blend, games, stories, videos and discussion to help kids process the divorce and move forward. Groups meet weekly and are designed for children ages 5-12.
DivorceCare and DC4K both begin Monday, Sept. 18, at 6:30pm.
The Edmond Church of Christ is accepting donations to help with relief efforts in South Texas. Checks should be made payable to Edmond Church of Christ and designate "Flood Relief." In addition to the trip already made to Portland, TX, two additional trips are being planned for groups from Edmond to travel to South Texas to help with relief efforts and share the message and love of Christ. The Sept. 21-24 trip is with the Church of Christ Disaster Relief organization (contact person: Woody Loden). The Fall Break (Oct. 19-22) trip is in conjunction with the Memorial Church of Christ in Houston (contact person: Evan Burkett). Register for these trips using the links below.
We have a prayer list with specific names of people we know impacted by the floods and lift them up in prayer.
Some of Jesus’ final words, after his resurrection and before ascending to heaven to be with His Father, were in the form of a commission to go into the world and make disciples. This fall, we will begin a new sermon series and launch our congregational theme for the year, “Making Disciples.” This theme embodies our God-given mission to be disciples of Jesus and make disciples of Jesus. It is a mission that should not only serve as the primary mission and ministry-shaping force within the congregation, it must direct our lives as individuals and families. Join us as we allow God to shape us into devoted disciples of Christ and use us to make other disciples of Christ.
Join us for a special four-week series of four different classes on Wednesdays at 7pm throughout the month of October. All regular Wednesday evening classes will suspend for the month so everyone can go to one of the following featured classes and enjoy intergenerational fellowship and learning.
JESUS IS LORD by Jeremie Beller
MISSIONAL LIVING by Kent Hartman
HABITS OF A CHILD'S HEART by Rick Owens
CONVERGE: WHERE LIFE & FAITH INTERSECT by Randy Roper
All fathers and father figures and their daughters age pre-K through 6th grade are invited to Daddy/Daughter Date Night on October 6 at 7:00pm. Everyone will enjoy activities and desserts in the chapel. Open to the community, but pre-registration is required. Registration opens Sunday, Sept. 17. Contact Brenda or Dana or call 341-3353 for more information.
Converge, a class on Wednesdays at 7pm in the chapel, began again on Sept. 6. Each week, the class spends time in praise and worship followed by in-depth discussion on the biblical texts and topic from the previous Sunday's sermon. An emphasis is made on the everyday application of the text--where faith and life intersect. Everyone is invited, especially those who don't have a place where you feel connected on Wednesday evenings.
Do you have a daily Bible reading plan? It's never too late to start reading your Bible! 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)
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)