1001 S. Rankin St.Edmond, OK 73034405.341.3602

Sunday

Traditional Worship 9:00am
Sunday School 10:00am
Contemporary Worship 11:15am

Small Groups

Small groups are an integral part of our church. Every week you’ll find people gathering in various places to do life together. As groups meet they are committed to the 7 Core Practices of Discipleship.

These 7 Core Practices equip us to be disciples who make disciples of Jesus! People are welcome to join a group at any time. Contact Pastor Dave Moore with questions

Find Yours

 

Leaders: Tim and Ruthie Hast

When: Second Sunday of the month, 6:00p

Where: Tim and Ruthie’s home, Edmond

Who: Men and Women

Leader: Martha Blaess

When: Sunday Mornings, 10:00a

Where: FPCE

Who: 20’s and 30’s

 Leaders: Jen Laverentz and Robin Bickley

When: Wednesday mornings, 9:15a

Where: FPCE

Who: Preschool Moms

Leader: Sarah Timberlake

When: Wednesday nights, 6:30p

Where: FPCE 

Who: Moms

Leaders: Mike and Judy Gross

When: Wednesday nights, 6:30p

Where: FPCE

Who: Anyone

Leaders: Eric and Jen Laverentz

When: Wednesday nights, 6:30p

Where: FPCE

Who: Anyone

Leaders: Mark and Amy McCasland

When: Wednesday nights, 6:30p

Where: FPCE

Who: Couples

Leaders: Alyssa Siler and Melina Owen

When: Wednesday nights, 6:30p

Where: FPCE

Who: women

Leader: Ryan Siler

When: Wednesday nights, 6:30p

Where: Fun places throughout Edmond

Who: guys

Leader: Suzann Allison

When: Thursday mornings, 10:00a

Location: Home of Suzann, Edmond

Who: women

Leader: Marilyn Noles

 When: Mondays, 1pm

Location: FPCE

Who: women

 

Leader: Michele Ramsdell or Judy Gross

When: fourth Thursdays, 6:30p

Location: FPCE

Who: women

Leader: Clara Lou Coody

When: first Tuesday of the month, 12:30p

Location: members homes 

Who: women

Leader: Ruth Ann Wright or Faye Boles

When: first Wednesday of the month, 9:30a

Location: members homes

Who: women

Leader: Ron Bath

When: Fridays at 6:30am

Location: FPCE

Who: men

 

 

 

Sunday Morning Study Classes

Doing a new thing

Room: 2124 | Leaders: Mark Britton   This group is open to all the Spirit may call. The first sessions will be devoted to learning about each other and our faith journeys. We will decide as a group what we might like to study and also talk about how we will incorporate the core practices of our church into our communities of influence.

“The story” – Jesus in the old testament

Room: 2106 | Leaders: Lee Schmidt   This class will use the first 21 chapters (covering the Old Testament) of the book The Story as a framework, telling the story of humankind, who God is, and what He has done for us and how the Old Testament points to the coming Christ. The Story contains portions of Scripture that have been thoughtfully and carefully excerpted and placed in chronological order. Omitted Scripture is summarized to help the flow of the storyline. This study will be filled with intrigue, drama, conflict, romance, and redemption; this fall, we will start with Joshua- “The Battle Begins.”

20’s/30’s group

Room: 2109 | Leaders: Martha Blaess Married and single people in their 20s and 30s seeking new life through Jesus by gathering together, spending time in scripture and prayer, and investing in the community. Join us as we go through the book of Job.

hebrews study (Men’s class)

Room: 2123 | Leaders: Henry Boecking   We will explore the authorship and the theme of the book of Hebrews, as well as the definition and the practice of faith.

Gospel Encounters

Room: 1205 (Fellowship Hall) | Leader: Wes Fryer     This class will take a look into Gospel Encounters – both Biblical and Contemporary.

I’m glad you asked

Room: 2115 | Leader: Ed Martin and Ken Mendenhall

Our material will be the book I’m Glad You Asked. It is a perfect fit for the theme of outreach since it teaches Christian’s how to answer the 12 most common objections unbelievers have to Christianity. All are welcome!

“The Gathering” on Wednesday Evenings
Meal at 5:30-6:15pm | Groups at 6:30pm

The Gathering is a time for all ages to share a meal and fellowship together in the Palmer Lounge (above the gym) before heading off to kids/youth programs and adult study/small groups. Dinner is available from 5:30-6:15pm at just $6 per person. Pizza, soft drinks and other snacks are available at the Filling Station of the Palmer at a variety of prices with proceeds benefiting local and global mission.

wednesday night class

Room: 2114 | Time: 6:30pm | Leader: Bill Ball

Do you love studying the Bible, but wish you could understand it better? Do you enjoy Bible study discussions that embody the concept of iron sharpening iron? Do you want to share God’s word with others, but feel inadequate? This fall, a new small group will form with the goal of learning how to study God’s word to glean as much out of it as possible. The course will require a two semester commitment (fall and spring) and will be taught by Bill Ball and facilitated by Crystal McGee DePue. In addition to studying Scripture together, we will share who we are, care & pray with and for each other, and go into the community to serve, as well as becoming equipped to teach what we’ve learned from God’s Word (practicing first in the group with the love and support of everyone there!). Don’t miss this chance to learn from an amazing (& fun) former Bible college professor while growing in relationship with others and with God.

Room: 2126 | Time: 6:30pm | Leader: Dave Lewis

Understanding Paul: Letter to the Romans will be a discussion based class focused on reading and understanding the history and theology behind Paul’s letter to the church in Rome.  We will draw primarily on the biblical text for each class discussion punctuated with commentary from Karl Barth, John Calvin, and other ancient and modern theologians.The ultimate goal for this class is to build a framework for evangelicals to understand how to apply Paul’s discussion of salvation to everyday life.

 

Dave Lewis is no stranger to teaching at FPC. He has previously taught classes including Introduction to Calvin’s Institutes, The French Confession of Faith, Karl Barth’s Introduction to Evangelical Theology, and Sacred Scripture, Secret Scripture: how the NT developed and why.  Dave was a Presbyterian Church USA pastor for 10 years serving in Illinois, Virginia, and Oklahoma.  He has been involved with Young Life for over 20 years and currently serves on the OKC Metro Young Life Board and as a member of the national Young Life Alumni and Friends think tank.

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