Jun
5
Jun 8

Out of this World Vacation Bible School

Vacation Bible School is June 5-8 from 6:00-8:00 pm.

Join us on an adventure Out of This World at Vacation Bible School!  We will focus our telescopes on the marvels painted in the sky, by the Creator, as we discover the wonder among all wonders-that God created everything!  You are invited to our clubhouse as we learn that God is over the moon in love with us!

Jun
6
6:30 pm18:30

Allies in Action

Sharing God’s love with all God’s children
Friends and family members of the LGBT+ community,  we would love for you to join us for vital conversation on the first Tuesday of the month at 6:30 pm in room 316.  All are welcome as we learn and grow together.

 

Jun
16
10:00 am10:00

Cancer Support Group

 If cancer is a part of your life, do not cope alone; youhave a church and a cancer support group that isthere for you! Items discussed will be confidential.  Come find out more about fellowship, increasedawareness, healing, optimism, strength, understanding and growing together.

Summer Day Camp Week 1
Jun
19
Jun 22

Summer Day Camp Week 1

Buggin’ Out | 9 am to Noon each day

Who is ready to bzzzzz.. into a week about BUGS?  Soaring bugs, creeping bugs, humongous bugs, itsy bitsy bugs we will learn all about caterpillars, bees, ladybugs and more. Whether they slither, wiggle, creep or crawl your camper will be inspired by some of the earth’s tiniest but toughest critters. Each day, campers will participate in activities that include bug hunts, crafts, science experiments and snacks.

Summer Day Camp Week 2
Jun
26
Jun 29

Summer Day Camp Week 2

Under the Sea| 9 am to noon each day

You are O-Fish-ally invited to come under the sea!  Let’s go deep sea diving to explore the mysterious life under the sea with a week filled full of jellyfish, squid, tropical fish, sea lions, and sharks! Join the adventure of ocean games, craft projects, storytelling, snacks, and fun.

Summer Day Camp Week 3
Jul
10
Jul 13

Summer Day Camp Week 3

What’s Cooking | 9 am to noon each day

Whisk into the kitchen and become a “chef for a week.” Let your creativity loose by designing custom aprons and chef hats, mixing and sifting, swirling, and tasting wonderful treats. It will be a Bon Appetit experience.

Summer Day Camp Week 4
Jul
17
Jul 20

Summer Day Camp Week 4

Wildly Creative | 9 am to noon each day

Calling all inventors!  Imaginations will run wild as campers fashion amazing contraptions and do awesome experiments. Campers will use their architectural skills to create their very own inventions. Discover how to make your own simple machines and learn the secrets of science.

Jul
21
10:00 am10:00

Cancer Support Group

If cancer is a part of your life, do not cope alone; youhave a church and a cancer support group that isthere for you! Items discussed will be confidential.  Come find out more about fellowship, increasedawareness, healing, optimism, strength, understanding and growing together.

Summer Day Camp Week 5
Jul
24
Jul 27

Summer Day Camp Week 5

Where the Wild Things Are | 9 am to noon each day

Do you want a magical vessel for your child to explore the wonderful world of fantasy? Let the wild rumpus start!  Join us for a enchanted week inspired by Max, King of the Beasts as we explore the hidden forest, create our own monsters, tame wild critters, and play imaginative games. Let’s make mischief of one kind or another!

Summer Day Camp Week 6
Jul
31
Aug 3

Summer Day Camp Week 6

July 31- August 3       Treasure Island

 Ahoy me mateys! Ye be invited fersome swashbuckling fun during our pirate themed week designed to ignite your buccaneer’s imagination. Chart yer course and enjoy searching for golden doubloons, decoding pirates’ maps, staging mock battles, and eating maritime munchies.  Hoist your sails and board our vessel, sail the seven seas and return home with tales of sunken treasure!

Aug
1
6:30 pm18:30

LGBT Support Group

Our church offers a meeting with people who wantto show love and support to those who considerthemselves LGBT.  All are welcome in the Main Building, Room 316.

 


May
24
5:00 pm17:00

End of School Bash

Join us for the End of school Bash on May 24th from 5-7:30pm @the Church (Meet in the big field to the west of the church)

All incoming 6th-12th grade are invited for an evening of slip and slide fun! Wear clothes you can get wet and messy. We will have dinner, a sno cone truck, and tons of slip and slides! Bring a friend and enjoy the beginning of summer!

May
21
4:00 pm16:00

Youth Swim Party

May 21st Promotion Pool Parties
Mid-High 4:00-5:30pm
(Parents- there will be a short informational meeting)
Senior High 6:00-7:30pm

Join us for an evening of promoting our youth to the next grade! All incoming 6th-12th graders are welcome to come for an evening of food, fun, and swimming! Bring a towel and wear your suit.

Sam & Sheryl’s house
200 Stonebrook Ln, Edmond, Ok 73013

May
21
9:45 am09:45

Serve the Lord with Gladness Sunday

On Sunday, May 21, tables will be set up in the CAC which will have persons and materials offering information about the activities that the church is involved in, both within the church and in our community.  Serve the Lord with Gladness Sunday is an opportunity for the congregation to find a place that fits your gifts, passions and personality through an event where you can directly interact with those individuals already serving in these roles. Sign-up sheets will be available at the respective ministry tables for volunteers who want to get involved.

There will be no Sunday School classes on May 21 because this event will be from 9:45 a.m. to 10:45 a.m.  Hospitality will only be in the Christian Activity Center and not in the main building foyer.  See you there! 

May
19
10:00 am10:00

Cancer Support Group

If cancer is a part of your life, do not cope alone; youhave a church and a cancer support group that isthere for you! Items discussed will be confidential.  Come find out more about fellowship, increasedawareness, healing, optimism, strength, understanding and growing together.

May
13
8:00 am08:00

Men's Breakfast

Saturday, May 13 | 8 am | CAC Gym

Join the United Methodist Men on Saturday for a delicious breakfast with scrambled eggs, biscuits and gravy, coffee, orange juice, milk, fellowship, and a fantastic speaker.

This month’s speaker is David Christopher. David Christopher is the father of three boys, Finn, Jack Henry and Judd.  David grew up in the Anglican Church and was a chorister for many years.  He has a broad interest in world faiths and spirituality.  He joined Boston Avenue United Methodist Church about nine years ago when he moved to Tulsa from the UK to marry his wife, Stacy Christopher.  He has been a Methodist ever since and particularly enjoys the feeling of community among the parents of young children that the close ties between the preschool and FUMC creates.   

David is the Director of Marketing and Growth at Tailwind, a social media marketing software startup in Oklahoma City.  In his spare time David likes to write fiction.  He is a former journalist who has written for The Times, had short stories published and plays produced. When he’s not writing or taking care of his kids he enjoys travel, reading, mentoring, and contributing to the pastoral care committee.

May
7
11:00 am11:00

Benefit Lunch for Troop 77

Be our guest for Pasts with a Purpose on Sunday, May 7th from 11 am to 1 pm in the CAC. Tickets are $7 for adults and $4 for children and include pasta with meat or alfredo sauce, lasagna, salad, garlic bread, beverage and dessert. Proceeds help purchase new tents, lanterns, kitchen utensils and summer camp expenses.

May
2
6:30 pm18:30

LGBT Support Group

Our church offers a meeting with people who wantto show love and support to those who considerthemselves LGBT.  All are welcome in the Main Building, Room 316.

 

Apr
21
10:00 am10:00

Cancer Support Group

If cancer is a part of your life, do not cope alone; youhave a church and a cancer support group that isthere for you! Items discussed will be confidential.  Come find out more about fellowship, increasedawareness, healing, optimism, strength, understanding and growing together on Friday, October 21, from 10- 11 am, in the Main Building, Room 314.

Apr
9
11:30 am11:30

Easter Social

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Join us for the Annual Easter Social!  The event will feature an Easter egg hunt, food trucks, moon bounce, DJ, Easter bonnet contest and more. The fun will start at 11:30 in the field just northwest of the church.  Don't forget to bring your chairs or blankets to enjoy the fun!

Apr
8
8:00 am08:00

Rebuilding Together OKC Day

First United Methodist Church is joining Rebuilding Together OKC for the annual Rebuilding Day on April 8th.  Members of our church will gather with almost 1,500 other volunteers to work on 35 homes in one day. Our project, a wonderful family’s home in need of repair, will be an opportunity for our congregation to gather together and make a difference in the life of a family in need. Each year, volunteers from churches, businesses and corporations gather together to impact one neighborhood in a transformational way. Be on the look-out for the opportunity to sign up for this life changing mission opportunity.

Apr
4
6:30 pm18:30

LGBT Support Group

Our church offers a meeting with people who wantto show love and support to those who considerthemselves LGBT.  All are welcome in the Main Building, Room 316.

 

Mar
24
6:00 pm18:00

Parents' Night Out

Children's Ministry is hosting a Parents' Night Out on Friday March 24, 6-9 pm, at Edmond FUMC. Parents can enjoy the evening away with peace of mind as our fully trained staff entertains your children. The registration fee is $10 per child (or $25 total for three or more children) and includes games, snacks and crafts. To register, visit our registration website here.  Space is limited. Children ages 6 weeks- fifth grade are welcome to attend.  If you have questions please contact Megan:  
megan@fumcedmond.org.

Mar
23
10:00 am10:00

"Good Grief" Support Group

Thursday, March 23 | 10 - 11 am | M 314
If you are coping with theloss of a loved one, come be a part of a group offolks who care about you and how you have been coping with your loss/change in life. Support group, facilitated by Revs. John Corbin and Don Vaught, sharing will be kept confidential.

 

Mar
17
10:00 am10:00

Cancer Support Group

Friday, March 17| 10 am|  M 314
If cancer is a part of your life, do not cope alone; youhave a church and a cancer support group that isthere for you! Items discussed will be confidential.  Come find out more about fellowship, increasedawareness, healing, optimism, strength, understanding and growing together.

Mar
11
8:00 am08:00

UMM Breakfast

Join the United Methodist Men on Saturday for a delicious breakfast with scrambled eggs, biscuits and gravy, coffee, orange juice, milk, fellowship, and a fantastic speaker.

The guest speaker is Dan Moguin. He and his family moved to the Edmond area from Rogers, AR last summer in order to be closer to family.  His wife, Carly, is a Physical Therapist Assistant and enjoys spending time volunteering with various organizations and being a great mother. Dan and Carly have three boys Ian (14), Drew(12), and Grant(9), and one precarious dog, Daisy. Dan enjoys playing games and being around his family. He also enjoys outdoor activities such as fishing and working in the yard.

Dan graduated from the Oklahoma School of Science and Math and earned his Bachelors in Business at the University of Central Oklahoma. Dan has been employed with CROSSMARK for 18 years. CROSSMARK is a sales and marketing services company in the consumer goods and services industry. He has held a variety of roles within the organization and is currently Vice President of Walmart Services.

Church has always been an important part of Dan’s faith journey. He grew up in Oklahoma City in the Disciples of Christ church attending Village Christian Church and then Southern Hills Christian Church in Edmond. While living in McKinney, TX, Dan and his family found a new church home and joined Custer Road United Methodist Church. Upon moving to Arkansas, they joined the First United Methodist Church of Rogers where the family stayed involved in church activities.    

Mar
5
8:00 am08:00

Mission Annual Pancake Breakfast

Join us for the kick-off for the Lenten Skyline drive on Sunday, March 5th! Everyone come and enjoy pancakes and sausage. Sunday School Classes can reserve a table and time to be served. by contacting Marieat 249-1107. Donations will go toward purchase of freezer for Skyline.

Mar
1
6:00 pm18:00

Ash Wednesday Family Service

This year we will have an additional Ash Wednesday service that will focus on the needs of families with children.  The service will be thirty minutes and will begin the holy season of lent with a child-centered service that will include the imposition of ashes. We hope you will join us Wednesday March 1st at 6:00 for the family service in Wesley Hall or at 7 pm in the Sanctuary for the regular service.  If you want to learn about Ash Wednesday and the season of lent you can do so here.

Feb
23
10:00 am10:00

“Good Grief” Support Group

Thursday, February 23 | 10 - 11 am
Main Building, Rm. 314
If you are coping with theloss of a loved one, come be a part of a group offolks who care about you and how you have been coping with your loss/change in life. Support group, facilitated by Revs. John Corbin and Don Vaught, sharing will be kept confidential.

 

Wednesday Night Dinner and Classes
Feb
22
5:30 pm17:30

Wednesday Night Dinner and Classes

Join us on Wednesdays for dinner and classes!  For a full list of classes and times, please visit the 

Dinner Begins at 5:30 pm in the Christian Activity Center.  

Meal Cost:  Adults $7|  Children 12 & Under $4|  Family Max $25

Click Here for the Upcoming Menu

*Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches will also be available at each meal.

Catering provided by Millie's Table.

Feb
19
7:00 pm19:00

Reverse Prom

Reverse Prom- February 19

The youth of FUMC invite you to slip into something glamorous and shine your shoes for an evening on the red carpet of Hollywood! We will take you back to the good ole’ days of high school at our third annual “Senior” Prom. Join us for an elegant night of dancing and hors d’oeuvres.  You will dance the night away, take photos, crown a prom king and queen all while making lasting memories. Don your fanciest eveningwear and join the fun.  Purchase your tickets in the lobby on Sunday, in the CAC on Wednesday or on the website here.

Feb
17
10:00 am10:00

Cancer Support Group

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If cancer is a part of your life, do not cope alone; youhave a church and a cancer support group that isthere for you! Items discussed will be confidential.  Come find out more about fellowship, increasedawareness, healing, optimism, strength, understanding and growing together.

Wednesday Night Dinner and Classes
Feb
15
5:30 pm17:30

Wednesday Night Dinner and Classes

Join us on Wednesdays for dinner and classes!  For a full list of classes and times, please visit the 

Dinner Begins at 5:30 pm in the Christian Activity Center.  

Meal Cost:  Adults $7|  Children 12 & Under $4|  Family Max $25

Click Here for the Upcoming Menu

*Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches will also be available at each meal.

Catering provided by Millie's Table.

Feb
11
8:00 am08:00

UMM Breakfast

Join the United Methodist Men on for a delicious breakfast with scrambled eggs, biscuits and gravy, coffee, orange juice, milk, fellowship, and a fantastic speaker. Don’t forget to invite a friend to join you! Kelly Berry and Mike Edmison will be sharing special news about an opportunity for First United Methodist Members to do some good in our world.  You don’t want to miss this, so invite a friend and get ready to start your weekend off with great fellowship!

Wednesday Night Dinner and Classes
Feb
8
5:30 pm17:30

Wednesday Night Dinner and Classes

Join us on Wednesdays for dinner and classes!  For a full list of classes and times, please visit the 

Dinner Begins at 5:30 pm in the Christian Activity Center.  

Meal Cost:  Adults $7|  Children 12 & Under $4|  Family Max $25

Click Here for the Upcoming Menu

*Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches will also be available at each meal.

Catering provided by Millie's Table.

Feb
7
6:30 pm18:30

LGBT Support Group

6:30 -7:30 pm | Main building room 316
Our church offers a meeting with people who wantto show love and support to those who considerthemselves LGBT.  All are welcome in the Main Building, Room 316.

Wednesday Night Dinner and Classes
Feb
1
5:30 pm17:30

Wednesday Night Dinner and Classes

Join us on Wednesdays for dinner and classes!  For a full list of classes and times, please visit the 

Dinner Begins at 5:30 pm in the Christian Activity Center.  

Meal Cost:  Adults $7|  Children 12 & Under $4|  Family Max $25

Click Here for the Upcoming Menu

*Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches will also be available at each meal.

Catering provided by Millie's Table.

Wednesday Night Dinner and Classes
Jan
25
5:30 pm17:30

Wednesday Night Dinner and Classes

Join us on Wednesdays for dinner and classes!  For a full list of classes and times, please visit the 

Dinner Begins at 5:30 pm in the Christian Activity Center.  

Meal Cost:  Adults $7|  Children 12 & Under $4|  Family Max $25

Click Here for the Upcoming Menu

*Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches will also be available at each meal.

Catering provided by Millie's Table

Pizza With the Pastor
Jan
22
12:30 pm12:30

Pizza With the Pastor

Want to learn more about Edmond FUMC? Join us for Pizza with the Pastor on January 22 from 12:30 to 1:30 pm in the main building.  We'll have great pizza and you will get to meet our pastors and staff and learn more about Edmond First United Methodist Church and all we have to offer you!

Jan
21
8:00 am08:00

United Methodist Men's Breakfast

Join the United Methodist Men on Saturday for a delicious breakfast with scrambled eggs, biscuits and gravy, coffee, orange juice, milk, fellowship, and a fantastic speaker, Lieutenant Commander Jason Nerio. He will talk about his family & career and offer his testimony (his faith experience and why he and his family chose Edmond First as their church home while they are in Edmond).

LCDR Nerio was born and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma and was selected to attend the Naval Academy Preparatory School in Newport, RI. Upon completion he attended the United States Naval Academy and graduated in 2005 with a Bachelor of Science in Economics. After flight training at NAS Pensacola, FL and Tinker AFB, OK, he was designated a Naval Flight Officer.

LCDR Nerio has logged over 2,100 hours in the E-6B and his personal awards include the Air Medal First Strike, Navy Commendation Medal, Navy Achievement Medal and various other service and unit awards. He is married to the former Angela Filosa of Yonkers, NY, they have two children, Katherine (7) and Luca (4).