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

Current Missions


BGCO Disaster Relief Training 

Saturday, October 20 | 8:00 AM | Putnam City Baptist Church 
Volunteer training/orientation is open to any member of a Southern Baptist church who is at least 18 years of age. Attending training/orientation does not obligate you to serve but is necessary before serving. Everyone is required to attend both Introduction to Southern Baptist Disaster Relief and Feeding Unit/Line Serving orientation. Learn more and sign up online at:

Connection Group Summit: Missions Leaders

Saturday, October 27 | 9:00 – 11:30 AM | Fellowship Hall 
The vision and passion of EFBC is that our Connection Groups would be the Word lived out among our world through love, compassion, and available hands ready to serve. If you are a CG leader or just want to learn about how you can become a mission’s leader, join the conversation on October 27. A brunch will be provided, and you will hear all about the missions available through EFBC. No RSVP needed.

BGCO Annual Convention 

Monday, November 12 - Tuesday, November 13 | Campus Wide
Edmond's First Baptist Church is honored to be selected to host this year’s Annual Convention and Pastor's Conference. We will need servants in a variety of capacities, this is a great opportunity to minister to those that will be on our campus.  Save the dates and watch for more information on how you can serve.

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2018 Fall and Winter Missions

Watch as more information and details become available on upcoming fall and winter missions:

  • Operation Christmas Child (OCC)
    Do you want to be a part of taking the Gospel to the ends of the Earth? Join us as a church as we support OCC this fall. Collect boxes as a family or collect multiple boxes as a Connection Group. This is a project that everyone can get behind.

  • Oak Ridge Winter Coat Drive
    Oak Ridge Estates Ministry is hosting a “Winter Coat Drive”. Do you have gently used coats taking up too much space in your closet? Have your kids outgrown what you bought them last year? We are collecting all sizes from children to adult in hopes of sharing the love of Christ while sharing a little warmth this winter.

  • Trunk or Treat
    Wednesday, October 31 | 6:00 – 7:30 PM | North Parking Lot
    Trunk or Treat is like trick or treating, but instead of traveling door-to-door, you move trunk-to-trunk within our safe family environment at EFBC. Connection Groups are encouraged to participate by decorating one or more trunks with this year's theme, "Games for LIFE: Be a Game Changer". Learn more at:

  • Project Christmas Hope
    Adopt a family and provide the gifts that will make Christmas a season of Hope through your generosity.
  • Baptist Mission Center Christmas Store
    Each year EBFC supports the Baptist mission Center Christmas Store by contributing items and volunteering.

Baptist Mission Center Project 

Wednesday, October 17 | 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM | Baptist Mission Center
Everyone is welcome to volunteer at the Baptist Mission Center. The Mission Center welcomes any donations of personal care items (toothpaste, deodorant, razors, shaving cream, shampoo, bath towels, etc.). Drop off donations at EFBC’s Church Office by the Tuesday before each monthly event date. 

There currently is a need for canned meats (tuna, chicken, etc.), boxed mashed potatoes, stuffing, cereals, and canned vegetables. For details, contact Carl Schwab, 405-348-7835. For more info, visit BAPTIST MISSION

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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. The vision is to be relentless declaring the Gospel to the ends of the earth. Mission efforts include:

    Oak Ridge Estates, Project 66, Kids Kupboard, Baptist Mission Center, Oklahoma Baptist Home for Children, Boys Ranch Town, Homebound Ministry, and others.
    Working with church planters in Arizona, Colorado, Illinois, New York, Oklahoma, Oregon, and growing.
    Brazil, India, and growing.

How do we Multiply?

You can join us in fulfilling the vision through Multiply Me below. If you or your Connection Group would like information about how you can be involved in a local, national, or worldwide mission project, complete the online form at MULTIPLY ME, contact Billy Fuller, 405-473-2836, or EMAIL Billy.

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Multiply Me

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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Church Plants

Currently, EFBC is sponsoring six church plants, with locations in Oregon, Colorado, Arizona, and Oklahoma. LEARN MORE