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.


COVID-19 Update


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.

Two Sunday morning in-person worship services: 8:15am or 10:40am

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

We currently have two in-person Sunday morning worship services (8:15am and 10:40am). Feel free to wear a mask if you choose, or not, inside. 

If you prefer a worship venue with additional precautions in place, you are invited to worship at 10:40am in the Chapel with a livestream video feed and the continued request for everyone to wear a mask and remain socially distant.

While everyone is welcome to come to worship, we encourage anyone that remains particularly susceptible to this virus to join us in worship online Sunday at 10:40am or anytime afterwards via our Youtube channel. Also, if anyone in your home is not feeling well, please remain home and join us for worship online.

News & Events

  • New discipleship & service opportunities on sunday evenings

    Sunday night for the master & flex sundays in fall of 2021

    After much prayer and discussion, the shepherds are pleased to announce that we are shifting Monday for the Master to Sunday evenings. We began Sunday Night for the Master (SNFM) on Sept. 12, with some “flex” Sundays built into the schedule for special events and assemblies. The purpose behind this decision is to provide increased opportunities for meaningful, discipling connections to be made within the congregation and community on Sunday evenings. Go to our news/events tab for more information.

  • fall speaker series wednesday evenings in October

    All Wednesday evening adult classes will suspend during the month of October for our Fall Speaker Series, beginning Oct. 6. Check back here soon for a list of classes and speakers avaialble.

  • Adult Bible classes begin study on acts

    "You Are Sent: The Acts of the Apostles"

    The church received its commission to “go and make disciples …” in Matthew 28:19. Luke records the history of what that mission effort looked like for the early church in his composition, The Acts of the Apostles. One meaning of the word apostle is “a person who is sent by another.” The followers of Jesus were sent to do the work He gave to them to do under the authority of God. We, too, have been sent to do the same work. This study of the book of Acts will examine how the apostles and others who were sent fulfilled their mission. What can we learn from the first century church about being sent by our Lord Jesus Christ to do His work? What can we learn from the amazing church found in Acts 2 and chronicled in the rest of Acts?

  • 2021 daily bible reading plan

    The Essential 100 Reading Plan (E100)

    This simple Bible reading plan provides 50 selected readings from the Old Testament and 50 selected readings from the New Testament based on major characters, events, and themes of the Bible. It is designed to help you get the big picture about God’s word and to create a habit of regular Bible reading. If you complete a reading every weekday, you will likely finish the plan in the middle of the year. However, there is flexibility for you to spread out the readings or build in deeper study. To help process and reflect on what you read, consider answering the seven basic questions from Discovery Bible Study.

    Three ways to get the E100 Bible Reading Plan:

    1. Pick up a paper copy in the church lobby.

    2. Download the web version pdf here or the printable version pdf here.

    3. Access it from your YouVersion Bible app. Just search for E100 under Bible Reading Plans

  • free online workshop addresses challenges associated with these uncertain times

    Shawn McElroy, MA Clinical Psychology, conducted a brief Facebook Live workshop recently to talk about some of the spiritual, relational and mental issues connected with this season of uncertainty. 

    watch Shawn's workshop

  • discipleship through shared experiences

    Doing life together provides opportunities for growing and making disciples. To help provide opportunities for us to spend time together and have meaningful conversations, we are launching two new initiatives: Shared Experiences and Mentoring. Shared Experiences provide activity-based opportunities for Bible study and interaction. These groups are a great way to use your interests as outreach and connect over something you enjoy doing together. Currently, Shared Experience groups include Art (DIY crafts), Basketball, Board Games, Dinner Club (new restaurants), Golf, Home Repair Projects, Jiu Jitsu, Quilting, Car/Engine Repair, Knitting, Photography and Mountain Biking. The groups are still being organized and leaders recruited, but should be launched soon.  Email Shawn for more info.


  • discipleship through mentoring

    Jesus made disciples by spending time with others and having meaningful conversations about life, faith and eternity. Mentoring uses intergenerational connections to prompt these types of important conversations. Through mentoring, both participants are encouraged and strengthened in their faith while building stronger connections within the church body. Contact Kent for more info.


  • god-given mission provides congregational theme

    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. “Making Disciples” is our mission at the Edmond Church of Christ. We are called to be disciples of Jesus and to 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 in this world.

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).

Sunday mornings:

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)

Wednesday evenings:

5:00pm Early Bird class (Quad)

7:00pm Various adult classes in-person and online

7:00pm LIFT - Young Adults Summer Series (Chapel)

For the church office, call 341-3353 or email office@edmondcc.com.