Local Missions

Local Missions

Current Events

Volunteer at Trunk or Treat 2017

Visit VOLUNTEER to register a vehicle or sign up for volunteer opportunities.

BGCO Disaster Relief Training 

Saturday, October 7 | 8:00 AM  | First Baptist Church, Moore 
Hurricane Harvey has brought the need for disaster relief to our attention in a big way. Baptist Disaster Relief Ministry Training is happening Saturday, October 7, 2017, First Baptist Church, 301 NE 27 St., Moore, OK 73160.  Training-orientation is open to any member of a Southern Baptist church who is at least 18 years of age. Background checks are performed! Attending training-orientation does not obligate you to serve, but is necessary before serving. Men and women are welcome. $15 per person fee for new team members and for those renewing their badges. Pre-registration is not required. For more info, visit OK DISASTER HELP 

Men in Prayer for Revival

Special Invite From: Pastor, Blake Gideon and Deacon, Greg Barnett
Every era of the church needs revival, certainly today as much as ever.  In the heart of every committed Christian there is a longing for revival. Brothers, if we want to do God’s Work, in God’s way, in God’s time, with God’s power, in order to have God’s blessings, we must first be men in prayer for Revival! 

  • Who: Men 
  • When: Every Thursday
  • Where: Meet at the Church Office 
  • Time: Start praying at 12:00 Noon No lunch, No Bible study, just powerful praying!

Baptist Mission Center Project

Wednesday, September 20 | 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM | Baptist Mission Center
Everyone is welcome to join the HappyTimers’ Ministry as they volunteer at the Baptist Mission Center Pharmacy in Oklahoma City. Meet at EFBC at 8:00 AM and return by noon.

The Mission Center welcomes any donations of food, clothing, household items, etc. Drop off donations at EFBC’s Church Office by the Tuesday before each mission date. (Please note we are no longer able to accept used medication bottles) For more information, contact Carl Schwab, 405-348-7835.  Follow BAPTIST MISSION

Friendship International

Friendship International is a ministry of women reaching out to women from around the world with Christ’s love. We have women from more than 30 countries, many of whom have never heard the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We meet once a week on Thursday mornings during the school year at Henderson Hills Baptist Church from 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM. No passport is required.

Join us for a worker orientation meeting on Thursday, August 24. Learn more at FRIENDSHIP.

Oak Ridge Estates

EFBC has been called to a local movement and this is what it looks like; demonstrate Gods love by meeting specific human needs while sharing Christ with others. 

This movement started with a partnership with a local community right here in Edmond. Oak Ridge Estates sits on a dead end road tucked away behind a ball park. These 300 manufactured homes represent elderly, singles, families, hundreds of kids, immigrants, and friends. LEARN MORE about the multiple opportunities at Oak Ridge Estates.

Project 66 Food Pantry

Monday's I 5:45 PM - 8:00 PM I Project 66
Did you know that there is a place in Edmond that gives much needed food and grocery items to almost 3,000 families a year? EFBC Connection Groups help them each month in meeting the hunger needs in Edmond. It's not too late to join this opportunity. Visit PROJECT 66.

Trunk-or-Treat

Trunk-or-Treat is like trick-or-treating, but instead of traveling door-to-door participants move trunk-to-trunk within our safe family environment between 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM in the north parking lot. Candy donations may be placed in the themed Trunk located in the Foyer each year. Learn more at TRUNK-OR-TREAT.

Local Missions

Opportunities

CRISP for International Students

Applications are now open for the CRISP Fall 2017 semester! If you know of friends who enjoy getting to know students from different cultures, help us tell them about UCO’s CRISP program! The goal of CRISP is to give international students a better understanding of American culture, and a first-hand experience of an American family while giving them a "home away from home." Learn more and apply at CRISP.

Kids Kupboard

Kid’s Kupboard is a ministry designed to ensure that at risk children from a local elementary school don’t go hungry during extended school breaks such as Fall Break, Thanksgiving, Christmas Break, Spring Break, etc. Volunteers pack grocery sacks full of fruit and ready-to-eat nutritious food items to be provided to families selected by the school social worker. Learn more at KIDS KUPBOARD.

Service Days

Each year EFBC goes out for two days to serve the community through Mission's projects. From opportunities such as Neighbors Helping Neighbors, Pregnancy Resource Center, and the Genesis House, watch for more info as the next opportunity is planned. To learn more, visit SERVICE DAYS.

Assisted Living Center Bible Studies

Edmond has great retirement and assisted living communities. These are great places to hear stories about yesterday and minister to some of the finest people around. The Jones Connection Group that meets during EFBC’s early 8:15 AM Connection Group time has been leading the way in this exact thing. Each week members of this class lead Bible Studies at Bradford Village and Edmond Healthcare.

Preschool | Children’s Christmas Collection

Parents, many times we get so wrapped up in the hustle and bustle of Christmas celebration we forget there are many families in our metro area that need warm clothing for the winter months. So, as you shop during the holidays, toss in a package of new socks, gloves, mittens, scarves, and/or new underwear. Encourage your child to bring those items as part of the Christmas mission projects for both the Preschool and Children's Ministries, birth through 6th grades, and place in the creche located in the reception area on the first floor of the Children’s Wing. Watch for more information for 2017.

Easter Egg Hunt Volunteers

Save the date! It’s time for EFBC’s 5th Annual Easter Egg Hunt at Mitch Park, in 2018. Last year over 3,500 people attended this awesome event, and it took over 100 volunteers. Help make this year’s event a success. You may volunteer for: set-up, trash patrols, greeters, hunt site security, egg hiders, face painters, and water boys/girls. Watch as more information becomes available.

Contact Us

EFBC Missions Office

Billy Fuller
405-726-9765
EMAIL Billy

Meagan Hurd 
EMAIL Meagan

Three Steps
to Multiplying your Group 

Step One: Apply
Click on the MULTIPLY ME button and fill out the simple form that requests a specific project that matches your Connection Groups desire and skill. You will quickly receive a handpicked assignment with a Project Description, supplies needed, and budget.

Step Two: Schedule
 As your Connection Groups contact person, your next job is to take that project back to your connection group. You will need to schedule a day that works best for your group to complete the project. Also you will need to discuss other ideas and needs that might fir alongside of "Your Project". You can schedule with the missions office other needs that your group has (Van usage, supplies not provided by your connection group, and Date of the project).

Step Three: Report
While working on "Your Project" assign a member of your class to take pictures, jot down memories, and use the report back button below the "Multiply Me" on the Missions page.

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