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, declare faith in His son, Jesus, and explore 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. As a community of faith, we take our purpose of "Making Disciples" from Jesus' commission in Matthew 28.

Let us pray for you

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Fill out an online prayer request form if you have a concern to share, a burden to carry, or a praise to share. Our shepherds will remember you in prayer.

Join us for worship and Bible class this Sunday. Two options for worship: 8:15am or 10:40am.

Bible classes: 9:30am

Interested in joining us for in-person worship or want more information, please email Kevin.

Can't make it in person? Join our livestream Sundays at 10:40am or anytime afterwards on Youtube.

News & Events

  • Vacation bible school (vbs) july 14-17

    This week, July 14-17, is Vacation Bible School at the Edmond Church of Christ. Join us Sunday through Wednesday evenings from 7-9pm. Children ages 3 years old through 5th grade and their families are invited. There are nightly drama presentations on the story of Moses, plus hands-on, experiential learning centers, games, snacks, and an outdoor Bible times marketplace. We also provide classes and activities for middle school, high school and a nightly adult VBS class for adults. For more information, contact Brenda or Hannah

  • VBS class for adutls july 14-17

    While the kids are enjoying experiential classes and the outdoor marketplace, adults have a place at VBS too. Join us each evening after the drama presentation for the adult class. The class will meet in the Quad area after the drama (approx. 7:35pm) and will explore God's providence through the story of Moses.

    Sunday: “Providence in the Ordinary” Exodus 2:1-10 – Michael Cady

    God works behind the scenes to preserve Moses’ life and equip him for his future calling. We see the truth of Romans 8:28 play out in this dramatic story, and we are reminded that God works through the ordinary and that God can use our seemingly small acts of faith.

    Monday: “Holy Ground” Exodus 3-4 – Tracy Marshall

    God commissioned Moses for a heroic task—to lead His people out of Egyptian oppression. We may have reasons not to embrace God’s calling, but we must remember that answering His call is not about us, but about the power and provision of God. How do you respond when you find yourself standing on holy ground?

    Tuesday: “Let My People Go” Exodus 5-6:12 – Phil Klutts

    Things got worse before they got better for the Israelites in Egypt. From all appearances, God seemed to be absent. But in reality, God was working behind the scenes, orchestrating an epic exodus out of Egypt by His “mighty hand.” How are you able to see the hand of God when life is difficult?

    Wednesday: “The Lord Will Fight for You” Exodus 13:17-14:31 – Paul Adams

    After finally leaving Egypt, the Israelite people found themselves surrounded by obstacles and enemies. They were afraid. The instruction God gave them was not to fight or flee, but to “stand firm” and to “be still” and watch as the Lord fights for them. How do you feel knowing the Lord fights for you?

  • backpacks for refugee students

    We are collecting new backpacks filled with school supplies for refugee students with whom we have a connection. Sign up in the foyer to purchase and fill a backpack with school supplies from the provided list. The goal is to distribute 100 backpacks in early August. For more information, email Brian Eastman.

  • what's in a name? wednesday summer series

    Everyone is invited to a special summer series on Wednesday evenings from June 5 to Aug. 14. Guest speakers will discuss the names of God in scripture to help us better understand the nature of God. Each week will also include praise & worship led by Jason Dean, culminating in a praise & worship service to conclude the series on Aug. 14. The summer series will meet in the lower auditorium at 7:00pm, and afterwards, everyone is invited to a cookie fellowship in the Quad each week. Download a schedule of speakers for the Summer Series.

  • new class group for young adults in early 20's

    Foundation, a new class group for young adult singles and marrieds in their early 20's begins Sunday, May 5, in room 201. Many in this class are making the transition from college into careers. Foundations will focus on three main goals: Bible study, service, and community with a focus on developing meaningful relationships with God and each other. For more information, contact Jeremy.

  • Bible reading & bible memorization plans for 2024

    Accept the challenge to stay connected to God’s word in 2024. Choose to read through the Bible during the year, or choose to memorize scripture throughout the year, or jump in head-first and do both! The available plans, adapted from, are resources to assist you as you spend time in God’s word this year.

    bible reading plan

    bible verse memorization plan

Join us this week

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 Worship service (auditorium)

9:30am Bible classes for all ages

10:40am Worship service (auditorium) (Staffed Nursery, Bible Hour & Toddle Time for children). This service is livestreamed on our YouTube channel.

5:00pm Sunday Night for the Master or Flex Sunday

Wednesday evenings:

5:00pm Early Bird class (Quad)

7:00pm Various adult classes

For the church office, call (405) 341-3353 or email