• VBS 2021

    You’re invited to come join us for VBS 2021, Knights of North Castle, where kids and volunteers will experience an adventure to the North Castle hidden in a frozen land.


    The King’s valiant Knights are on a quest in search of the King’s Armor, but the armor isn’t what they think it is. The kids will be knights on a quest for the King’s Armor which invites kids to be strong in the Lord by the strength of God’s love! Kid’s will take on the role of brave Knights and begin their quest each night by opening the King’s Book. What an adventure it will be, so don’t miss out!


    Date: June 6 – 10

    Time: 6:30 – 9:00pm

    Ages: 3 years old – 5th Grade

    Safety Protocols will be in place and mask will be required inside.


    If you have any questions, contact Pastor Lisa @ lisa@okcfirst.com



    REGISTER YOUR CHILD HERE


    VOLUNTEER SIGNUP HERE

  • Summer21 | OKC First Youth

    For those who have completed grades 6th - 12th


    Middle School Camp | $185 | June 7 - 11

    High School Camp | $185 | June 14 - 18

    Middle School Road Trip | $300 | June 25 - 26

    Jr/Sr Staycation | $25 | July 10 - 11

    High School Road Trip | $300 | July 16 - 19


    CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO

  • TULSA RACE MASSACRE - DISCUSSION GROUP

    Wednesdays | 6:30 pm | via Zoom: https://tinyurl.com/5765tnc
    Rev. DeCarla Jenkins Steele and Dr. Heather Clemmer will continue a Zoom discussion of Randy Krebiehl's Tulsa 1921: Reporting A Massacre, a narrative history of the Tulsa Race Massacre on the eve of its centennial (May 31-June 1, 2021). To sign up, visit: https://tinyurl.com/5765tnc The book is available in bookstores and at: https://www.oupress.com/books/15214751/tulsa-1921

  • UPCOMING GRADUATION PARTIES

    Audrey Jergensen (Classen School of Advanced Studies)
    Sunday, May 16 | 625 NW 18th St, OKC, OK 73103 | 2:00-4:00 pm
    Wear your favorite mask and join us for a porch party to celebrate Audrey's high school graduation!


    Drew Middendorf and Mason Conway

    (Crossings Christian School)
    Sunday, May 16 | 21700 Coffee Tree Circle, Edmond, OK, 73012 | 2:00-4:00 pm

    Come celebrate Drew and Mason's high school graduation!


    Drake Everett (Yukon High School)
    Saturday, May 22nd | 4009 Grace Circle, Yukon 73099 | 2:00 - 4:30 pm

    You're invited to a come and go celebration for Drake Everett! 


    Zane Wright (Bethany High School)
    Sunday, May 23 | Cole Community Center, 4400 NW Expwy | 2:00-4:00 pm
    Come celebrate Zane’s high school graduation!


    Madison Baskett (Crossings Christian School) 

    Thursday, June 3rd | Devon Boathouse | 6:30 - 8:30pm

    You're invited to a come and go party celebrating the graduation of Madison! 

  • FREE UNITY CLINIC AT THE COLE COMMUNITY CENTER

    Fridays | 8:00 am - 12:00 pm | Cole Community Center
    OKC First and the Cole Community Center partner with the OU Health Sciences Center to provide a free, interdisciplinary medical clinic for uninsured people on Friday mornings. If you or someone you know could benefit from the clinic please visit: https://ipe.ouhsc.edu/Unity-Clinic All intake forms must be completed before scheduling an appointment; walk-ins are not accepted at this time. 


    For more information, please call the church office at: 405-843-9588 or email Pastor Avarilla at: Avarill@okcfirst.com

  • Easter Season Phone Background

    Download our Easter21 phone wallpaper HERE!


    How to install the wallpaper on your phone:

    • Click the link above and save the photo to your phone
    • Go to the "Settings" app
    • Select "Wallpaper"
    • Select "Choose a New Wallpaper"
    • Select the Easter21 wallpaper from your camera roll and press "set"
  • ONLINE GIVING

    Want to contribute to the mission and ministry of OKC but you're new to online giving? Visit www.okcfirst.com/give and follow the steps in this easy-to-follow video tutorial!

  • DAILY LECTIONARY READINGS

    The daily lectionary scripture readings for the fifth week of Easter are: 

SENIOR Bios

  • Madison Baskett

    High School: Crossings Christian School


    Extracurriculars: Dance for 16 years, ballet, jazz, tap, hip hop and modern. Cheerleading for CCS Student Council.


    Awards, Achievements, etc: Senior Class President, Principals Honor Roll, President Scholars Scholarship from the University of Oklahoma, 5 time OSSA Cheerleading State Champion


    What are you doing after you graduate: Attending the University of Oklahoma


    Favorite church memory: Easily- All the Six Flags Naz Nights


    Grad Party Info: Come and Go party June 3 at 6:30-8:30 at the Devon Boathouse

  • Carter David Dawkins

    High School: Casady School


    Extracurriculars: Basketball, Theater


    Awards, Achievements, etc: Carter has been in six different theater productions at school.


    What are you doing after you graduate: DePaul University in Chicago to study film


    Favorite church memory: Traveling to Toronto

  • Mason Wesley Conway

    High School: Crossings Christian School


    Extracurriculars: Mason is on the Varsity Baseball team at Crossings. In the spring and summer, Mason stays busy running his own lawn care business and playing on a travel baseball team.


    Awards, Achievements, etc: Member of the National Honor Society and has served on the teen boards for PIVOT and Cleats for Kids. 


    What are you doing after you graduate: Mason will be attending Southern Nazarene University on a Academic and Baseball Scholarship. Go Storm! Mason will be majoring in Business with an emphasis on entrepreneurship. 


    Favorite church memory: How is it possible to ask me to give just one all time favorite memory when I have been a part of this church for 18 years! I could start by saying the time when we convinced pastor Lisa to let us have one more lock in one random Wednesday in the summer, or the time where we went to church camp and I won a pizza party for the cabin and didn't have to suffer through the dinner we had that night. But if I had to pick just one, I would definitely choose the time I went to Toronto and somehow Drew Middendorf, Zach Copeland, and I convinced our favorite bearded man that It was a good idea to let us have our own room together.. ( i think it was the 26 hour bus ride exhaustion and he got tired of us whining to him about it). The memories I made during that trip I will remember for the rest of my life. One memory that sticks out in particular is when I went to my site and met a wonderful girl named Ruth who decided the tall blonde guy was her personal jungle gym for the next couple days. The time I spent at my site and in Toronto will not only be my favorite memory in the church but one for the rest of my life.


    Grad Party Info: Sunday, May 16 | 21700 Coffee Tree Circle, Edmond, OK, 73012 | 2:00-4:00 pm

  • Molly Beth Dorris

    High School: Bethany High School


    Extracurriculars: Fellowship of Christian Athletes, National Honors Society, Key Club, Spanish Club, Student Council, Class Vice President, Basketball, and Volleyball.

    Awards, Achievements, etc: Oklahoma State Scholars Society Scholarship Recipient, Academic Excellence Scholarship Recipient, All-School Court

    What are you doing after you graduate: Attending Oklahoma State University, major in History/Pre-Law, attend the honors college at OSU and be apart of as many clubs and extracurricular as I can be.

    Favorite church memory: In 5th grade, Pastor Lisa let us have one final lock-in at the church before Carynne White and her family moved to North Carolina. 
  • Drake Everett

    High School: Yukon High School


    Extracurriculars: Band, Stagecraft


    What are you doing after you graduate: Attending SNU to major in psychology


    Favorite church memory: Toronto


    Grad Party Info: Sunday, May 23nd | 4009 Grace Circle, Yukon 73099 | 2:00 - 4:30 pm

  • Audrey Jergensen

    High School: Classen School of Advanced Studies


    Extracurriculars: Harp, German Club, Grocery delivery with the Dorothy Day Center, Paint Class, Studying (yes, that’s also extracurricular for her!)


    Awards, Achievements, etc: Summa Cum Laude Valedictorian, National Honor Society, Oklahoma Academic Scholar, Advanced Placement Scholar, Best Organizer of Extracurricular Activities, Offered almost $282,000 in scholarships!


    What are you doing after you graduate: Attend Southwestern Oklahoma State University and major in Pre-Pharmacy


    Favorite church memory: When Kristin fell flat on her nose in Toronto and I got to help her clean herself up in the aquatic center next to the park.


    Grad Party Info: Porch Party on Sunday, May 16 from 2-4pm at the Jergensens, 625 NW 18th St, 73103

  • Andrew Jon Middendorf

    Nicknames: Drewby


    High School: Crossings Christian School


    Extracurriculars: Basketball, Baseball, Track, Symphonic Band


    Awards, Achievements, etc: State Champ basketball, all-state track qualifier, Honor Roll, Knight of the Round Table award


    What are you doing after you graduate: Southern Nazarene University, majoring in Commercial Music Production


    Favorite church memory: Toronto!


    Grad Party Info: Sunday, May 16 | 21700 Coffee Tree Circle, Edmond, OK, 73012 | 2:00-4:00 pm

  • Charlotte Moody

    High School: Harding Charter Prep


    Extracurriculars: Helped a lot with VBS and children’s church on Sunday mornings


    What are you doing after you graduate: Going to Rose state to do basics and figure out exactly what I want to do, then after those two years I will go to whatever college will suit me best.


    Favorite church memory: Either the elementary school lock-ins with pastor Lisa or the mission trip to Toronto 2 years ago

  • Josh Sisson

    High School: Harding Charter Preparatory


    Extracurriculars: 2 year varsity baseball catcher/pitcher


    Awards, Achievements, etc: GPA 3.7 Honor Roll, Batting Avg .526


    What are you doing after you graduate: Haven't decided on where I will play college baseball. Rose State, Redlands, SWOSU, Seminole State and eventually the University of Oklahoma to study Kinesiology.


    Favorite church memory: At the Cactus Mission trip, there was an annoying kid there. He carried around drumsticks everywhere and he really bugged me. But as the trip went on, we really got along well and that turned into a lifetime friendship. That kid was David Nollenberger.

  • Riley Sue Stark

    High School: Putnam City High School


    Extracurriculars: Riley was in band for 1 year. She was a member of the choir for 4 years and part of varsity choir for 3 years. She has been a member of several clubs while in high school, some of which were Academic Team, Latin Club, and Table Top Club.


    Awards, Achievements, etc: Riley had the opportunity to perform at the Kelli O'Hara Awards in 2019. She also received a 2 for her solo at District Choir Contest this year and her Jazz Ensemble received a superior rating at both District and State Contest.


    What are you doing after you graduate: Riley plans to attend Southern Nazarene University and major in Commercial Music Production and minor in Music Performance


    Favorite church memory: Riley's most favorite memory was when Pastor Lisa had an impromptu lock-in when Carynne White was moving away.

  • Zane Wright

    Nicknames: Zaner


    High School: Bethany High School


    Extracurriculars: Basketball, Orchestra


    Awards, Achievements, etc: National Honors Society Oklahoma Academic Scholar Honors Graduate


    What are you doing after you graduate: Attending SNU, majoring in History, and participating in the Honors Program.


    Favorite church memory: My favorite memory from church is when we had youth group lock-ins, and we played Sardines. Drew and I would find the craziest hiding spot we could think of. Usually we ended up getting found because people cheated and used flashlights, but it was still so much fun!


    Grad Party Info: Sunday May 23rd from 2 - 4 PM in the College Room at the Cole Center.

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