• Register for Encounter 2016

    CONTACT: Mark Taylor mtaylor@fccedmond.org 405.341.3544

    “It’s not your ordinary mission trip, but a mission of the heart, soul, and mind. It’s about you and God, together, one on one!” Registration has begun for Encounter 2016 for all Middle School and High School students. Encounter is a spiritual mission, a journey to deepen your personal relationship with Christ, fellowship with other believers, and truly place God first in every aspect of your life. Located in the Rocky Mountains in beautiful Estes Park, Colorado, Encounter will bring the peaceful presence of God and nature to you as you study among the pines, hike, laugh, and share God’s word.

    The High School trip is June 19-25; Middle School trip is July 10-16. Cost is $100 per person. To register online, go to www.fccedmond.org/register by March 2, 2016.

    Parents not at the meeting on Sunday, January 31, must contact Mark (above) before signing up their student for the trip.

  • Super Bowl Subs – This Sunday!

    CONTACT: Mark Taylor mtaylor@fccedmond.org or 405.341.3544

    Have you placed your order for a delicious Super Bowl sub sandwich made with love by a First Christian Church youth? If not, you still have time! Students will be taking orders for 6-inch submarine sandwiches this Sunday, February 7, the day of the BIG game. Choose from ham, turkey, roast beef, cheese and all the fixings for just $8! Included with your sub is a bag of chips, a canned soda and a delicious homemade brownie. Subs will be ready for pickup in the Fellowship Hall from 9am to noon. Proceeds from sub sales support ongoing youth mission trips and activities. Thank you for your support!

  • Thanks for Another Successful IAS Bean Dinner

    CONTACT: Greg Hall gregorythall@aol.com 405.388.7344

    Once again our church family has responded generously to help support our youth participating in the 2016 International Affairs Seminar (IAS). As a reminder, IAS is a trip to Washington, D.C., and New York City, which exposes the participants to a larger worldview with a focus on Christian responsibility in the world. The youth visit Congressional representatives, government officials, foreign embassies, and the United Nations. They hold discussions with political activist groups, worship at National City Christian Church, and enjoy sightseeing and usually a Broadway musical.

    The youth participating in IAS 2016 are: Bryan Becker, Jake Blevins, Carter Cain, Hannah Daylor, McKenna Dwyer, Jimmy King, Paxton Shorow, Kylee Stone, Jamie Werhun and Kaitlyn Wood. They appreciate the great support offered by our congregation at the Bean Dinner on January 31. The total donations of $2,146 demonstrate the generosity of our faith community in supporting this activity and help to offset the expense of this opportunity for our youth and their families. Thank you to Bob Steele and Linda Hall for helping with preparation, to the parents of some of the youth participants with serving and cleaning up, and to all those who helped Tana Stufflebean and Sherrye VanOsdol in supplying desserts.

    Please patronize the following local merchants to thank them for their donations to support this activity: Walmart Supercenter (I-35 & 15th), SAM’s (Memorial & Penn), Walmart Supercenter (Danforth & Santa Fe), Walmart Neighborhood Market (164th & Western), Sprouts Farmers Market, Uptown Grocery Company, SAM’s (I-35 Frontage Road), Walmart Neighborhood Market (2nd Street), Homeland (Bryant & Danforth) and Homeland (33rd Street). Due to their generosity, ALL of the donations will again go toward offsetting the cost of this experience for our youth.

  • Dates to Remember!

    CONTACT: Mark Taylor mtaylor@fccedmond.org or 405.341.3544

    Sunday, February 7 – Super Bowl Subs Fundraiser – 8am-1pm – Fellowship Hall - Come help take orders and make and distribute sandwiches to support this student ministry fundraiser. We need your help!
    Wednesday, February 10, 17 & 24 – UNITE! – 5:45-7:45pm
    Sunday, February 21 – Second Sunday – 12:15-1:45pm – FLC - Enjoy lunch, activities, and student-led faith building conversations.
    Saturday, February 27 – Oklahoma Food Bank – 12:30-4:45pm - We will spend the afternoon sorting and packing food for those in need in our community. We will meet in the FLC lobby at 12:30pm and be back around 4:45pm. Be sure to eat before you come, wear closed-toed shoes, and come ready to work hard and make a difference!

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  • On the Worship Schedule

    Worship at First Christian - Sundays at 8:15, 9 & 11am

    February 7, 2016 – Message: Rev. Chris Shorow; Scripture: II Samuel 12:1-7a; Children Worship & Wonder Story: Parable of the Sower

    February 14, 2016 First Sunday of Lent – Message: Rev. Chris Shorow; Scripture: Genesis 18:1-15; Children Worship & Wonder Story: Lenten Puzzle

    February 21, 2016Second Sunday of Lent – Message: Rev. Chris Shorow; Scripture: James 1:19-25; Children Worship & Wonder Story: Jesus & the Children

  • Watch and Listen to Sermons Online

    Watch and listen to sermons from our worship services anytime! To watch live streaming of our services, follow the link at www.fccedmond.org/live. To listen, visit our Sermons page at www.fccedmond.org. When you tell your friends, neighbors, family, and co-workers about First Christian Church, point them to our website and encourage them to watch and listen online!

    Need Wifi? Be our guest! Public wifi access is available at First Christian Church.Use password: fccedmond

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  • Souper Bowl of Caring

    CONTACT: Kelly VanOsdol framinggod@hotmail.com 405.341.0922

    Since 2004, First Christian Church has participated in a nationwide effort to end hunger in the US through Souper Bowl of Caring. Of the funds collected, 100% supports our own Breakfast on Boulevard. Look for the soup pots this Sunday, February 7 as you leave worship and give generously to help tackle hunger! Souper Bowl of Caring is hosted by the Cornerstone Sunday School Class and the 8th and 9th Grade Unite Boys Small Groups.

  • Disciples4Water Mission Update

    CONTACT: Janet Helms disciples4water@gmail.com 405.921.0572

    Our Disciples4Water ministry is off to a busy start this year. Our drill team in Mbandaka received additional training in December and is busy installing new wells now that the rainy season has ended. We communicate with them often and they continue to send their gratitude for the opportunity they have been given to help their own. Some very exciting news…Reverend Bonanga, President of the Disciples of Christ Church of the Congo, will be visiting us during the month of March. Would you like to be a part of the greeting committee meeting him at the church the morning of March 3? Would you like to host a dinner in your home or attend a dinner with him during his stay in Oklahoma? Let us know (above) or call Gwen Shaw at 405.826.6140. We will post his full itinerary on our Disciples4Water website and Facebook page.

    The Disciples4Water group will be leading a training session at the Oklahoma Disciples of Christ Leadership Conference on February 6 in Oklahoma City. Stop by our booth and say hello if you are attending. Our next mission trip to Mbandaka, Democratic Republic of the Congo is tentatively scheduled for Summer 2017. Information meetings will be schedule throughout the coming year. We are always looking for volunteers to serve on the Disciples4Water Ministry team or maybe working with us on a project basis is a better fit. We have several short-term opportunities during the year and would love to have your help. As this ministry continues to thrive and grow, we would like to say a special thank you to our First Christian Church congregation for your continued support.

  • Troup 479 Annual Baked Potato Lunch Fundraiser

    CONTACT: Kim Griffin kimjgriffin@cox.net 405.285.1689

    Mark your calendars for Sunday, March 6 from 10am to 1pm for the annual Troop 479 Baked Potato Lunch Fundraiser. Tickets are $5, which includes a baked potato with all the trimmings, drink, and dessert. The Scouts will be pre-selling tickets before and after services this Sunday – Scout Sunday, February 7, February 21 and February 28. Thank you for supporting Scout Troop 479!

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  • Parish Nurses – Heart Health Event

    CONTACT: Donna Clark tdscl5@gmail.com 405.413.1954

    Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of Americans. Knowing the symptoms of a heart attackcan save lives. Maybe even your own! Chest pain may feel like a discomfort in the center of your chest that lasts more than a few minutes or that goes away and comes back. It may feel like uncomfortable pressure, squeezing, fullness or pain. Other symptoms may include shortness of breath, nausea, vomiting, or pain in one or both arms, back or jaw. The most important thing you can do is get help immediately. Don’t wait. Call 911. Time matters!

    This Sunday, February 7, we will show our support of Go Red for Women by wearing RED. Please come to the front of the Sanctuary after the service to take a picture. Also, on February 14 and 28 a nurse will be available to take your blood pressure from 8 to 11am. For more information go to: www.heart.org or www.GoRedForWomen.org

  • In Our Prayers This Week

    THOSE IN NEED OF PRAYER Bill LaRue, David Wheeler, Jean Barnes, Ann Maxwell, Arvil Flippin, Charlie Harris (Shelley Regan’s step-dad), Dene Smith and Diane Taylor (Mark Taylor’s mom)  OUR SYMPATHY AND PRAYERS TO Leo Webster and Family in the passing of their wife and mother, Gail Webster, on January 26. Services were held on January 29 in Booneville, AR.  CELEBRATING A NEW BABY Sawyer Pate Gibson, daughter of Shane & Brittany Gibson, was born January 20. Grandparents are Brent & Kristin Gibson and Great Grandparents are Mickey & Tana Stufflebean.  CELEBRATING A BABY DEDICATION Lilly Mae Casner, daughter of Michael Casner & Brittnee Harmon and grandson of Ted & Becky Garrett will be dedicated on Sunday, February 7.  WE WELCOME NEW MEMBERS Mark & Heather Livingston who joined FCC on January 24.

    Please Share Your Prayer Requests with us so we can pray for you. Contact Pastoral Assistant, Iris Muno Jordan at ijordan@fccedmond.org or 405.341.3544, ext. 110.

  • Happy Birthday FCC Friends!

    2/7 Laura Fentem, David Hill, Colton Matthews  2/8 Sara Riester, Lawson Sutch  2/9 Jessica Shepard  2/10 Karen Anderson, Brad Burleson, Karen Cowger, Greg Crosser, Mary Foreman, Jonathan Nordstrom, John Regan, Misty Simon, Annamarie Webster, Randy Wilson, Jimmy Wood  2/11 Hannah Hunt, Mildred Lehman, Kari Shaw, Colton Sulley  2/12 Brenda Fritz, Zach Hanson, Kyle Vazquez  2/13 Noah Campbell, Marisue Haigler, Grace King, Margaret Kysar, Hal Lippert, Sara O’Hagan, Zane Raines, Carter Raines, Sara Raines, Desi Stout  2/14 Joel Denard, Tyler Goza, Hallie Hanna, Kathy Kerr, Alaina Morton, Linda Speegle, Bill Womble  2/15 Khalil Daniels, Jacob Dobbs, Helen Myers, Paul Stuke  2/16 Laura Harris, Barbara Lea, John Stone  2/17 Tommy Atchison, Jackie Carder, Kim Ewers, Trevor Gibson, Isaac Hast, Joe Hodges, Nicol Morgheim, Lydia Ruben, Tana Stufflebean  2/18 Dori Egesdal, Asher Jewell, Kelsey Murray, Adaya Price, Lily Stuckey, Kacy VanOsdol  2/19 Tara Baker, Al Jantz  2/20 Michael Grant, Lisa Carpenter Grant, Terry Kerr, Michelle Ward  2/21 Zander Hornbuckle, Martha Jacobs, Marilyn Rippee, Andrew Woods

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