Edmond's First is "On Mission" as we serve locally, nationally, and worldwide.
QUESTIONS? MORE INFORMATION?
Jonatan Miles, Mercy Ministry Pastor
Share the warmth this winter by donating a coat this year. The Coat Drive is for Oak Ridge Estates and Street Ministry. Coats are needed for babies through adults. Also, hats, gloves, and scarfs will be collected.
You can drop off items beginning on Sunday, September 18 through Sunday, October 9. Boxes will be located at the Mission Wall in the Main Foyer or drop them off in the Church Office which is open Monday - Thursday, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM.
For more information, contact Jonatan Miles, Mercy Ministries Pastor, 405-726-9764. Edmond's First home is located at 601 S Vista Lane, lot #257. Oak Ridge Estates Google Map Link
We meet from 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM. Watch for updates. We meet on Thursdays, where we serve and love on our homeless friends. Contact Jonatan Miles, 405-726-9764, firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in this ministry so you can be added to his contact list for updates if dates and times change.
CONTRIBUTE INDIVIDUAL ITEMS
Make donations for individual items through the link below. The list will be updated every Thursday so check back often. Immediate needs include:
CONTRIBUTE HYGIENE ITEMS/BAGS
The list of items needed in each bag is below. Each week we need (40) bags to minister to the homeless of Oklahoma City. Pack the following items in a one gallon zip-lock bag. Please complete and submit the form link below before bringing bags to the Church Office. (Monday - Thursday, 8AM - 5PM)
HYGIENE BAGS CURRENT NEEDS
Project 66 is a nonprofit, faith-based ministry providing food to families in need. We work to feed our local population not only with food to meet their physical hunger, but to also feed their spiritual hunger through kindness, prayer, and the love of Jesus Christ. Volunteers make all of our work possible. Whether you would like to work with clients one-on-one, stock shelves, or just greet folks at the door, we have a place for you!
A non-profit organization, Hope provides services in a safe, confidential, and caring environment. Services include professional pregnancy testing, limited ultrasounds, education on options, caring staff and volunteers, referrals, and support programs.
Located on a 145-acre ranch outside of Edmond, Oklahoma, Boys Ranch Town (BRT) is a child-focused campus, where up to eight boys are placed in a cottage-style home, under the supervision of a husband and wife serving as house parents. These boys enjoy day-to-day life together, from meals, to activities, chores and homework. They attend Edmond Public Schools and are encouraged to participate in a variety of school, church and campus activities/programs
Meet twice a month on Mondays beginning at 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM, in Room 231 on the second floor of the Children's Wing. Follow the calendar for dates. Open to everyone. For questions and more information, contact Barbara Dooley, 405-620-6903, email@example.com
Select a school near you, call and schedule to plant flowers or see what other needs the school might have. Write cards to encourage or share the Gospel with teachers.
Pivot is a turning point for youth and believes they deserve access to educational and vocational opportunities, a stable and safe place to live, have their basic needs met and healthy permanent connections.
Thursdays | 9:30 AM | Henderson Hills
Friendship International is a ministry of women reaching out to women from around the world with Christ's love. We have women from many different countries represented, many of whom have never heard the gospel of Jesus Christ. Women are given the opportunity to make new friends, improve conversational English, develop creative skills, and much more. Classes include English (all levels), Advanced Literature, U.S. Citizenship, Bible, Sewing, Quilting, Crafts/Painting, Cooking, Choir
“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.
Offer to mow a yard, baby sit, house sit, rake leaves or fix a shared fence. Help someone move in or work on a vehicle. Be there for single parents who may need help taking kids to different communities. Pick up tree limbs, debris or trash. Take someone a meal or dessert. Plan a park day for kids. Learn more:NEIGHBORING
Write encouraging cards or notes to our first responders! These will need to be generally written. You may turn them in to Jennifer Womack, firstname.lastname@example.org, to send out and distributed by staff or personally send them out to the local police and fire stations or hospitals
For questions and more information, contact Jennifer Womack, 405-726-9759, email@example.com.
Interest meeting is on Sunday, August 28, 12:15 PM in Room 106A.
For questions, contact Andrea Holland, 405-726-9775, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interest meeting is on Sunday, October 2.
For questions and more information, contact Andrea Holland, 405-726-9775, email@example.com.
Interest meeting is on Sunday, October 9.