A peace and justice church
We are a peace and justice church. We practice nonviolence. Our congregation sponsors immigrant families seeking refugee and asylum status. Our members write letters to prisoners on death row. We collect clothing and cases of water and deliver them to the Navajo Nations. We host community discussions on race and policing.
We believe that all people are beloved children of God. We welcome LGBTQ+ people into membership and leadership. Our ministers officiate at traditional and same-sex weddings.
Spirituality is about deepening our connection with God and God's creation. We pray for God to transform us on an individual level, opening us up to the sacred all around us, and on a societal level, by building the kingdom of God. We try to deepen our spirituality through the ministries of worship, education, fellowship and mission.
We will hold a board meeting by Zoom to discuss our relaunch. This meeting is open to everyone in the church.
We will meet by Zoom to discuss Chapters 11, 12 and 13 from Jesus and John Wayne: How White Evangelicals Corrupted a Faith and Fractured a N...
Russ Pollock will preach on Mark 10:35-45. Worship will be in-person only. No Zoom this week.
Don Heath speaks to Central Area Clergy on Why Is Oklahoma So Dead Set on the Death Penalty?
Rev. Mary Heath discusses ministry to refugees and immigrants in this podcast with Associate Regional Minister Michael Davison.
1400 NW 178th Street
Edmond, Oklahoma 73034
Traditional worship each Sunday at 10:45 am. Worship is in-person and by Zoom during the pandemic, with social distancing and masks required.
Children's Sunday School during worship.
Fellowship/coffee hour at 10 am.
Q. When did you feel most engaged, alive and motivated at this church?
A. When I came here for a Wednesday night Bible study. It was the first time and that was it--I became a member of this church.
Q. What has contributed the most to your spiritual life at this church?
A. Having Don and Mary and the continuity of the amazing sermons, and now CeCe, and our Wednesday night discussions making our brains expand.
Q. When were you most proud of your association with the congregation?
A. The welcome that this church shows everyone who walks through the doors. We have had some unique individuals visit, and we have welcomed all.
A. The openness of this church that allows us to wander into things.
A. This is a brave little church.
Q. What motivates you to come to worship at this church?
A. The week doesn't go right if I am not here. I know I will be fed.
A. I like to sing and hear thought-provoking sermons. I will overcome any obstacle to come here.