What are Worship Services like?
Worship is a time of lifting our praises to God, as well as a time of intensive Bible teaching, exhortation, and growth. If you’re hungry for no-nonsense preaching mixed with a passion to reach the lost and compassion for those who are hurting all around us, you will feel right at home at Edmond’s First Baptist Church.
9:30 AM and 11:00 AM Sunday Services
EFBC offers two great worship opportunities on Sunday morning. If you prefer a service with full choir and orchestra and a blend of hymns and contemporary worship music, 9:30 AM worship is for you. This service is in the Worship Center.
If you would like to worship in a modern setting, led by a smaller worship band, singing contemporary music, you might be blessed to attend our 11:00 AM Worship Service. Meeting in Fellowship Hall, this is a more relaxed atmosphere. Have a cup of coffee and join us at 11:00 AM.
Sound Enhancement Devices
Assisted Listening Devices are available during the Worship Service. For assistance, please visit either of the Information Desks located in the Foyer just outside the Worship Center.
Sermon on CD'sor Online
Pastor's sermons are available online by the following Monday. Visit SERMONS for more information. CD's are available for purchase by completing an order envelope that may be found in the pews, calling the Church Office, or EMAIL EFBC.
The church office is available Monday - Thursday from 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM at 405-341-0253.
What do I Need to Bring?
Many members and guests find that it’s easier and more fulfilling to participate in Bible study when they have their own copy of the Bible with them during worship so that they can underline or highlight particular verses for later study or use a Bible app on their smart phone. During worship key Bible verses will be displayed on the overhead screens for those who do not have a Bible with them and for those who carry a different translation.
If you prefer to take simple notes, an outline of each Sunday morning’s Bible study is provided in the bulletin with spaces and margins for personal thoughts and references. For other Bible study times, you may prefer to bring a notepad and pen or pencil for taking notes.