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    “What happened?” “How did we get here?” These are the questions the people of God asked while suffering the exile. What can we learn from the stories in I and II Samuel? How do we keep from going off the rails?

  • OK Justice Circle - Pray during week of July 21st

    ⏩"If you are not intending for peace, then you are allowing for violence,⏪ Pastor Jon, last Sunday as he shared about his work with the Oklahoma Justice Circle. He and the team leave Sunday, July 21st for D.C. to host a Breaking Bread Luncheon with leaders to discuss issues related to racism. 🙏🏽 We invite you to join us in prayer for them as they do this holy work. 

    Ten Breaking Bread Luncheons have already been held, and there will be more. They are free, and we invite you to attend November 12 at the First Americans Museum over lunch.  We encourage you to check out more about this vital work: facebook.com/okjusticecircle

  • FREE Narcan training - Wednesday, July 24th, 6:30pm

    We will be hosting a FREE virtual Narcan Training with Kevin Nye: writer, advocate, abolitionist, Christian, author of "Grace Can Lead Us Home: A Christian Call to End Homelessness." Wednesday, July 24th, 6:30-7:45, CCC Room 3. You can join us there for the zoom meeting, or join off-site from your personal computer. Email alissaclairegilmore@outlook.com to sign up and receive the zoom link. 

    The FDA has approved Naloxone overdose reversal spray for over-the-counter non-prescription use. (Learn more about Naloxone/Narcan here.) Being trained to use Narcan is really easy. It’s such an effective tool and easy to use. If you know how to use it and have it when you need it, it can be life or death for someone God loves. You can order free Narcan through a local Oklahoma organization here. You can order at any time; you do not need to have it before the class.

    Kevin: "If Jesus were around in the age of Narcan, I absolutely believe he would carry it, even if he didn’t 'need' it. Carrying Narcan is a way of saying to drug users, perhaps the most hurting and maligned group in our country, that you deserve to live, to participate in community, and that the community will learn how to keep you alive for as long as you need. It says to the powers and authorities that criminalize drug use so maliciously that we will keep fighting for drug users to stay alive despite the ways our system tries to erase them. This is Jesus-like behavior through and through."

  • coffee with a pastor - wednesdays in july

    The church office will be closed during the month of July, but you aren't without your pastors! They will be out and about at various locations on Wednesdays and we hope you will pop by for a visit. Watch Facebook and Instagram on Tuesdays for the location(s) for that week or email info@okcfirst.com. 

  • First Americans Museum - august 3

    Pastor Jon: "I hope you will go with openheartedness and openhandedness to the FAM... The people of God have to take seriously when people have been killed. We have to take seriously if we are in the vicinity of systems that are still putting people at risk." 

    It is heavy, but kid friendly. We hope your family will plan to visit on Saturday, August 3rd, anytime during open hours 11:00am - 5:00pm.🎟️Tickets NOW AVAILABLE: Click here for discounted tickets for our folks to visit on Saturday, August 3rd. There a limited number of discounted tickets available for us.

  • Adult confirmation class

    Join Pastor Jon for three Wednesdays in August: 14, 21, 28 to discuss what our faith looks like and how we live in community. 

    Email info@okcfirst.com to sign up!

  • The OKC First Youth Worship room is getting a 'glow up!'

    We have plans to add personalized details, a stage, lights, upgrade our worship supplies, and more, to make the room feel more welcoming and distinctive for OKC First Youth!! Our desire is that every student will feel personally and intimately connected to the space we worship in each week.

    We will need your help! Thank you so much for loving and supporting OKC First Youth!!

    Ways to help:

    Work crew to get it all setup when the time comes

    Monetary donations (Total project Cost: $1000)

    Supply donations, see list below

    Supply List:

    -32 2x8x8 wooden planks

    -330 3" wood screws

    -3 3/4 inch 4x8 plywood pieces

    -Industrial string lights

  • wheeler park family night - august 7

    🎡Save the Date! More details coming soon. Wednesday night August 7th.

  • Disciple class with pastor Jason

    Disciple is a weekly scripture study from Genesis to Revelation. Disciple class members commit to a journey from September to April to encounter God through reading the Bible and make new friends.

    If you are interested, please email info@okcfirst.com or contact Pastor Jason at: jason@okcfirst.com

  • great outdoors - summer wednesday nights

    We hope to see you this summer at our Great Outdoor Wednesday nights beginning June 12th! 

    ➡️UPDATE: Not interested in being HOT? Come chill with us in the CCC for a game night, hosted by Pastor Rudy and Chase the Intern. We will have lemonade and several board and card games on hand, or bring your own.

    🌱Our children will stay at the church in the Cole Community Center. Drop-off begins at 6:15. 

    Wednesday Night HOT activities for adults in June and July:

  • ONE - Our Neighborhood empowered

    School is out! Help us support our summer program:

    Our Neighborhood Empowered (ONE) exists to positively impact OKC by providing programs that enable child and adolescent development. Hosted in OKC First's Cole Community Center (CCC) We work within our community to provide much-needed after-school support, summer camps, tutoring and mentoring for kids, and school supply assistance. Our aim is to meet a felt need and have fun with the kids in our community at the same time! Visit https://www.oneokc.org for ways to volunteer and give financially.


  • The Spero project

    We are just beginning this partnership, so watch for more details to come. 

    See more at www.thesperoproject.com: The Spero Project is a local non-profit organization that welcomes resettled refugees by connecting our new neighbors to people, resources and learning opportunities that make Oklahoma City a place of belonging.

  • Wednesday Night Classes

    Wednesday night activities are different during June and July. Please see the section for our Great Outdoors - HOT activities.

    Age Group Ministries

    Kids (nursery - 5th)

    Rev. Lisa Sanders

    6:30 - 8:00pm

    Kids Department

    contact: lisa@okcfirst.com

    Youth (6th - 12th)

    Rev. Avarilla Anfuso

    6:30 - 8:00pm

    Cole Community Center

    contact: avarilla@okcfirst.com


    Rudy Rockett

    8:30 - 9:30pm

    Cole Community Center

    contact: rudy@okcfirst.com

  • ONE coffee club: Suport our after school & Summer programs

    Get one of our cool coffee mugs! ☕For the price of one coffee a month, you can help Our Neighborhood Empowered make a tangible difference in the neighborhood. Check out https://www.oneokc.org.

    Here’s a breakdown of how your money is invested back into your community:

    $5/month covers 5 meals. We serve an average of 480 meals per month.

    $25/month covers 1 week of transportation.

    $50/month covers the cost of one student to receive virtual learning assistance for a month.


  • our missionaries - Matthew & Hannah lawrence are headed to spain

    🌍Matthew and Hannah are embarking on an incredible journey to minister in Spain, with specific focus and care for refugees and immigrants.

    🙏💵Please join us in supporting them in this important work. If you feel led to contribute, you can donate at https://give.nazarene.org/pledge/mhlawrence

    🎥To view their story in its entirety, visit: www.youtube.com/watch?v=jYqPBUVWi20
  • zambia partnership - LUKA International foundation

    We have been partnering with Zambia since 2009. Pastor Jon gave us an update in the April 28th service - Do you know that we support two community schools of over 1,500 students? The OKC First non-profit Luka supports the Maanu Mbwami and Kanyama schools.The needs continue in Zambia, as 40% of children experience malnutrition. You are a generous church!  This is our work to do. Please join us. 

    Go to www.lukafoundation.org if you would like to be a one-time or monthly supporter to help provide one healthy meal a day to each of the 1500 students. Contact our ministry Director at deb.mccullock@lukafoundation.org if you have any questions. We are already planning our next trip to Zambia, let us know if you are interested! 


  • Join a Sunday School Class!

    Not currently part of a Sunday school class? You're missing out on such a great opportunity to dig deeper relationally and spiritually. 

    Check out a list of our adult Sunday school classes currently available:

    SUNday school classes

  • hope box food pantry

    We regularly serve 65 families on Friday afternoons from 1:00-2:00. Help us serve our community! We need volunteers, monetary donations, and 4 specific food items: cereal, peanut butter and jelly, spaghetti pasta, and pasta sauce. You can drop any of these items off at the church. For questions or to volunteer contact JaydenJayden@okcfirst.

  • Ministerio Latino Service

    Sundays at 10:45am

    Room 45

    Led by Rev. Daniel Moreyra, our all-Spanish worship service is now more than a year old! For more information, please email daniel@okcfirst.com.

  • OKC First outreach ministry apartments

    We had a great turnout on February 24th. There will be more workdays coming, watch for details! We're calling on volunteers to help repair, clean, and beautify our outreach ministry apartments. It's more than just a work day; it's a chance to connect, serve, and make a difference together. Bring your enthusiasm and love for service. We’ll be cleaning, organizing, and ensuring this space for our neighbors is well cared for. Whether you’re skilled or just have a heart to help, your presence will be a blessing.


    The Walt Crow Center is a ministry of OKC First that provides pastors a place to retreat and seek encouragement and healing. For more information: https://www.waltcrowcenter.com.


  • Green Heart exchange host a foreign exchange student

    Interested in hosting a foreign exchange student? Greenheart Exchange is committed to cultivating leaders from all around the world through exchange programs in the United States. 

    Exchange students are High school-aged individuals who possess their own spending money, have their own insurance, and can communicate in decent English. Meanwhile, hosts are responsible for providing three meals a day, a comfortable sleeping arrangement, and a suitable space for studying. Moreover, hosts are expected to embody good-heartedness, offering support and guidance to the students throughout their stay.

    If anyone is interested in hosting, contact Caleb Simonds at Simondsgreenheart@gmail.com.

  • SERVE - the Cycle of faith is not complete until you serve

    At OKC First, we are always finding ways to put skin and flesh on the welcome and hospitality of God! We need your help to do that, so sign up for one of our teams today! We have a place for everyone to make a difference in our community. 

    We are specifically looking for more building care, greeters, and creative team volunteers!

    I Want to serve!

  • our leadership - Church board

    We are grateful for these folks who will help lead us for the next year:

    Kelly Baker, Mike Bell, R.B. Broyles, Brent Conway, Heather Clemmer, Mike Duke, Alex Fain, Lori Felder, Tina Hughes, Jeremy Miller, Mark Murray, Amy Smith, Ron Wright, and Chris Yates.

    Church officers are: Eric Jergensen (SDMI), Jessica Sword (NYI), and Wes Veitch (NMI). 

    Church board alternates are: Kristy Wente (1), Faith Sinclair (2), Derek Dorris and John Paynter (T-3)

  • Ways to give

    Want to contribute to the mission and ministry of OKC? 

    Visit www.okcfirst.com/give and follow the steps in this easy-to-follow video tutorial!

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  • stay up to date

    Along with the digital worship folder, our weekly email communication is one of the best ways to stay up to date on what's happening at OKC First! 

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