We are a Family of Faith Passionately Connecting to Christ, His Church, His Word, and His Mission for His Glory!


Edmond's First is "On Mission" as we serve locally, nationally, and worldwide. We are 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.

For more information contact the Church Office which is available Monday - Thursday, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM, at 405-341-0253.


“But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control; against such things there is no law.”  Galatians 5:22-23

Greeters and ushers serve visitors, guests, and church family alike, helping each person to find a place that meets their needs, offering a program, and a warm welcome. Our purpose is to serve those in attendance and to exemplify the fruit of the Spirit to everyone that enters our doors. From assisting with golf carts in the parking lot, entry doors, and welcome desks, become a part of this vital ministry.


"Neighboring Your Neighbor" is a long term strategy to develop the congregation of Edmond's First into intentional disciples. We accomplish this vision through Connection Groups.


Oak Ridge Estates, Project 66, Baptist Mission Center, Oklahoma Baptist Home for Children, Boys Ranch Town, Homebound Ministry, Spring and Fall Blood Drives, and others.


Working with church planters in Arizona, Colorado, Illinois, New York, Oklahoma, Oregon, Ohio, and growing.


Brazil, India, and growing.

children's toolbox kit

The Children's Ministry continues to be "On Mission" as we help families, boys, and girls connect to Christ, His Church, His Word, and His Mission, for His Glory. Recently 70 toolbox kits were delivered where each included shoes to carry the Gospel to friends, cookies to share with friends, a globe to remind others that people all over the world need Jesus.

A few of the ideas for family time at home included praying for friends, family, and missions daily; making a map of their favorite place; and writing a "thankful for . . . " list.