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


Jonatan Miles, Mercy Ministry Pastor
405-726-9764 office


Sunday, Sept 17 through Wednesday, Oct 11
We are currently running a coat drive for the Street Ministry and Oak Ridge Estates, and we are accepting donations until October 11. Additionally, we welcome contributions of hats, gloves, and scarves. You can conveniently drop off your donations in the Main Foyer, right in front of the Missions Wall. Thank you for your generosity!


Just show up if you need a ride on Sunday mornings from UCO or Oak Ridge, and on Wednesdays only from Oak Ridge! If you would like to serve as a driver, please contact Jonatan Miles,


  • Pick Up 9:00 AM - 9:15 AM
    Two locations . . . (1) on the UCO campus at the BCM (Baptist Collegiate Ministry) Building or (2) at the Oak Ridge Estates Leasing/Clubhouse.
  • Leave 12:15 PM - 12:20 PM
    We will leave the church campus from the same location that you were dropped off.


  • Pick Up 5:00 PM - 5:15 PM
    One location only from the Oak Ridge Estates Leasing/Clubhouse.
  • Leave 7:20 PM
    We will leave the church campus from the same location that you were dropped off.

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,

  • Be sure to sign up to be on the Street Ministry contact list so you receive updates on date and time changes! 
  • We will be preparing sandwiches on Wednesdays from 5:00 PM - 5:30 PM in the Fellowship Hall Kitchen. If you are interested in assisting, please review the available slots and click on the button to sign up for a day you are able to help. Sign up online at:

We leave at 1:00 PM and return around 3:00 PM. Watch for updates. We meet on Thursdays, where we serve and love on our homeless friends. Contact Jonatan Miles, 405-726-9764, if you are interested in this ministry so you can be added to his contact list for updates if dates and times change.


Updated on Friday, July 21, 2023
Please make donations for individual items below and drop off at the Church Office which is open Monday - Thursday, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM, 405-341-0253. The list will be updated so check back often.


  • Fruit Snacks
  • Peanut Butter Crackers
  • Trail Mix


  • Gallon Ziploc Bags
  • Fruit Cups
  • Cheese Crackers
  • Fruit Bars
  • Crunchy Granola Bars
  • Applesauce


  • Applesauce
  • Bread
  • Cheese Crackers
  • Crunchy Granola Bars
  • Chewy Granola Bars
  • Fruit Bars
  • Fruit Cups
  • Fruit Snacks
  • Lunch Meat
  • Peanut Butter Crackers
  • Sliced Cheese
  • Trail Mix


  • Chapstick
  • Combs
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Kleenex
  • Men's Deodorant
  • Toothbrush
  • Toothpaste
  • Women's Deodorant

The list of items needed in each bag is below.  Each week we need (10) bags to minister to the homeless of Oklahoma City. Pack the following items in a one gallon zip-lock bag and drop off at the Church Office, Monday - Thursday, 8AM - 5PM.


  • (1) Toothbrush
  • (1) Toothpaste (travel size)
  • (1) Comb
  • (1) Kleenex Tissue Package
  • (1) Hand Sanitizer (3 oz or smaller)
  • (1) Soap
  • (1) Chapstick
  • (1) Deodorant (travel size)

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

  • Help serve on Sunday evenings from 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM as we share a Bible study, crafts, games, pizza, and cookies for kindergarten through high school students and their parents. For more information on serving, contact Jonatan Miles, Mercy Ministries Pastor, 405-726-9764,

Join Edmond’s First Homebound Ministry and experience the blessings that come with serving the Lord by serving others! Give back an hour of God's time to touch the hearts of those who are homebound. You can share a scripture passage, offer a heartfelt prayer, or simply hold someone's hand and listen. Even a telephone call to show someone they are loved and remembered by the family of God can make a difference. For more information, please contact Shelley Chesser at 405-205-3534 or Jerry Miller at 405-473-6946 or email


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.

  • Charles Haskell Elementary School
    1701 NW 150th St
    Edmond, OK 73013
  • Chisholm Elementary
    2300 E 33rd St
    Edmond, OK  73013
  • Cimarron Middle School
    3701 S Bryant Ave
    Edmond, OK  73013
  • Orvis Risner Elementary School
    2801 S Rankin St
    Edmond, OK  73013
  • Sunset Elementary School
    400 W Eighth St
    Edmond, OK  73003
  • Central Middle School
    500 E 9th St
    Edmond, OK 73034
  • Edmond North High School
    215 W Danforth
    Edmond, OK 73003

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


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

  • Contact Bo Blakey
    Executive Director
  • phone: 405-341-3606
  • email:
  • 5100 E. 33rd Street
    Edmond, OK 73013

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.

  • phone: 405-330-0200
  • address: 1033 N. Bryant, Edmond, OK 73034
  • provide meals: two Monday night meals in 2023, on June 26 and September 25, feed up to (15) people, (4) people needed to serve.

Write encouraging cards or notes to our first responders! These will need to be generally written. You may turn them in to Jennifer Womack,, to send out and distributed by staff or personally send them out to the local police and fire stations or hospitals. Visit the Mission Wall in the Main Foyer for resources.


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!

  • contact: Jessica Nuno
  • phone: 405-341-1353
  • email:
  • address: 2612  S. Kelly Ave, Edmond, OK 73013
  • donate:
    hygiene products such as bar soap, body wash, combs, brushes, toothpaste, deodorant, shampoo, conditioner, toilet paper (drop off items at Project 66)
  • drives:
    Food Drive (currently low on pop-top can-goods), Hygiene Drive, or a Feminine Hygiene Drive (drop off items at Project 66)
  • non drive ways to help:
    We need volunteers to help host cooking, baking, resume building, etc. that we want to teach our community so they can be self-sufficient and sustainable. Our classes are not just for our clients but all of Edmond! Project 66 really wants to work ourselves out of a job. If anyone has any interest in the classes or volunteering, they can email Jessica Nuno.

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: