Serving together to take the Gospel across the street and around the world.

Multiply ME

Edmond's First Baptist Church (EFBC) is a "Family of Faith Passionately Connecting to His Mission"and that mission takes us down the street across the country and around the world. Here you will find updates on how EFBC Connects to His Mission. You will also find ways that you can join us in fulfilling that vision as well. EFBC is involved in projects all over the city.

If you or your Connection Group (Sunday School) would like info about how you can be involved in one of these projects, complete the online form at MULTIPLY ME or contact Billy Fuller, 405-473-2836, EMAIL BILLY.




Baptist Mission Center Project

Wednesday, July 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 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. In addition, this is a great place to donate your empty medication bottles. Drop off donations at EFBC’s Church Office by the Tuesday before each mission date. For more information, contact Carl Schwab, 405-348-7835.  Baptist Mission



Local Missions

Multiply ME
Report Back

Baptist Mission Centers
Oak Ridge Estates
Nick Tarter in OKC

North American Missions

Upcoming Trips
New York

World Missions

Mission Trips
Malawi, Africa



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Take a Book at Oak Ridge Estates

Recently the leadership of the Oak Ridge Kids Club had an idea of building a Book Box. Here is how it works; “The Book Box” is placed in a public area in the Oak Ridge Estates Community, anyone may take a book out of “The Book Box” at anytime, keep the book as your own or share it with someone else. This is such an easy fun idea that helps develop community and encourages reading of all ages!

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Homebound Ministry Valentine’s Emphasis

The 2016 Valentine’s Day emphasis for our homebound members was truly a group effort. The balloon bouquets were provided by the Homebound Ministry, Women on Mission made vases with paper flowers, Kathleen Wilkes brought homemade cookies wrapped in Valentines bags, handmade cards by the children of Parents Day Out, and custom made hand signed cards by the Goree Connection Group. These items are greatly appreciated by our homebound members and their families.

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Sewing Ministry

Ladies of EFBC meet each month in the EFBC Library for fellowship together while using the simple talent of sewing fabric for use in ministry with boys, girls, and their families from across the state. As of the end of October, 2015, the Sewing Ministry has distributed these items to the community and worldwide missions:

  • 1,060 pillowcases
  • 77 heart pillows
  • 356 children’s dresses
  • 50 dresses with dolls
  • 500 positive bags
  • 48 baby quilts, receiving blankets, and crocheted covers
  • 54 walker totes
  • 97 turtles for missions
  • 15 lap robes
  • 191 stocking caps.

The Sewing Ministry appreciates all of the donations of fabric and notions. This has helped to accomplish our goal of supporting missions at home and elsewhere. For more information, contact Anita Smith, 405-330-1551, or follow the SEWING MINISTRY.

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Friendship International

Thank you for your prayers and financial support of Friendship International. We just completed the fall semester of the 39th year. This has been a record-breaking year in attendance, averaging about 103 international women each week. We have 36 countries represented, our most recent, the Ivory Coast. Each week the ladies met together for snacks and a devotion before dismissing to one of 16 classes that were offered this year. We also had several ladies become American citizens in the past year, which is always exciting for these ladies and their teachers who helped them prepare for their test.

We finished the semester with a Christmas party which included a devotion centered around the reason for Christ’s birth. A lady from South Korea also shared her story of becoming a believer in Christ while here in Edmond! With all that is taking place in the world we are blessed to have the privilege of sharing Christ’s love as the only true source of peace. For more info, follow FRIENDSHIP INTERNATIONAL.

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.