Edmond’s First Baptist Church College Ministry exists to help students deepen their relationship with Christ. We want to do this by providing opportunities for both worship and small group Bible study. We desire to see students grow in their faith while building relationships with other believers whose impact will last far beyond their college years.
Our college leadership team has a heart for students. We want to meet not only the spiritual needs of our students but also physical, emotional, and day to day needs as well. Most of all, we want to provide a solid foundation of scriptural truths, support and Godly encouragement for our students to stand on as they face the struggles and joys that college life brings. Whether our students are states away from family or simply blocks away, we want to be their home-away-from-home.
- 9:30 AM Worship Service in the Worship Center
- 11:00 AM Small Group Bible Study in Fellowship Hall
College meet in Fellowship Hall Center
Young Professionals meet in Fellowship Hall North
- MID-WEEK TOPICS on Wednesdays at 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Where do college students go?
All college aged students meet in Fellowship Hall. For more information please ask those at either of the Visitor Centers in the Worship Center Foyer and they will help guide you to our door.
Need a ride? Don’t have your own transportation? Don’t want to go to church by yourself? Don’t want to lose your great parking spot? Whatever your reason – we’ll pick you up at 9:00 AM on Sunday mornings during the school year for Worship and Bible study and have you back at the dorms by 12:30 PM. Please let us know that you’ll be joining us so we can be expecting you. Contact Billy Fuller and we’ll save you a spot!
What is Home Away from Home?
This is a ministry where we link up college students with families, many of
these students are either very far away from their Parents for the first time or
just need a little encouragement every once in awhile.
What we ask of the families that choose to join us in this project is simple.
Keep in contact with your student, if you would like invite them over for a
dinner (most of these students don't get home cooked meals for whole semesters)
send them letters, find out what is going on in their classes, if you would like
offer your house as a quiet study refuge.
This is a great opportunity to help students feel as though they are not
If you are a retired family or a family of 10 pray about this ministry and
how God can use you to make a difference in a students life.
How Can I Contact Billy?
You can call Billy Fuller in the College Ministry office at 405-473-2836 or contact me via Facebook.