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  • Andy Nelms Created on Wednesday, 18 July 2018

    by Andy Nelms I’ve served at several churches prior to Acts 2 in capacities ranging from youth director to pastor. During that time, I’ve heard members of other churches complain that no one from the community ever comes to worship or a program that the particular church is hosting. I’ve heard a drastically different type of conversation since coming on staff at Acts 2 more than four years ago. One of my favorite things that One Church has done this summer is what we’ve called “Hang Out at Heard on Hurd.” This is as simple ...

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  • Guest Blogger Created on Monday, 09 July 2018

    Vacation Bible School. Crafts, cookies with the orange drink, songs you can still sing (Deep & Wide) and stories you can still fully animate (Zacchaeus was a Wee Little Man) all rush back when you hear those words. VBS is the event of the summer, and at Acts 2, we hope it’s the week your kids just can’t miss. Bible School dates back to the 1870s when a Methodist Episcopal Church in New York began a Summer Sunday School Institute open to the public regardless of denomination. Many of these were aimed at adults, but programmi...

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  • Guest Blogger Created on Monday, 02 July 2018

    by Melissa Brake When our family first began attending Acts 2, I was so excited to learn that they had a Vacation Bible School program. As a child, I had so many wonderful memories of VBS and could not wait for our boys to get to make some for themselves. I also knew I wanted to sign up to help, for many reasons, but the best was to share the love of Jesus. Then the time came, opening day of Vacation Bible School! There were so many children, volunteers, new faces, familiar faces…people everywhere! The saying “the more the ...

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  • Guest Blogger Created on Tuesday, 19 June 2018

    by Jerrod Baker I heard about Project Transformation from the Wesley Foundation at OSU when I was a sophomore in college. I was an active member at the Wesley Foundation and they informed us one Sunday that Charlie Ludden from Project Transformation was going to come by one Sunday to preach. I remember not being too excited because I did not know who he was. What I do remember getting excited about was the opportunity to eat free Hideaway pizza. After the service, I attended the meeting there at Hideaway and my life took a ...

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  • Brandon Blog Created on Thursday, 14 June 2018

    By Rev. Brandon Blacksten When I was young, my dad was the strongest person I knew. After he got home from work, he would pick me up and throw me in the air before catching me and wrapping me in a hug. We would go to the soccer field to practice, and when he would punt the ball, it went so high it seemed to nearly touch the clouds. A college wrestler, my dad loved “teaching” me and my siblings wrestling moves by using them on us—and even when I was in high school, I was never strong enough to break free. I was in awe of my ...

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  • Mark's Blog Created on Wednesday, 06 June 2018

    by Dr. Mark Foster Would you be my neighbor? Neighbor is a powerful word. It is a wonderful word - neighbor. It comes from the old word nigh. To be nigh or draw nigh is to be close to someone. The second part of neighbor is from the old German or Dutch word, bur. Bur means to dwell. So, Nigh – bur is to draw near, be close to and dwell with another. That’s what neighboring is about – simply being with people. It’s actually getting harder in our day. The world around us is lonelier than we know and it is harming the children...

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  • Guest Blogger Created on Wednesday, 30 May 2018

    by Jorge Moreira My father used to say that simply being concerned about a situation or about someone doesn’t make a difference. You can either act or don’t. If you act, you will make a difference, especially for those that can’t do it on their own. These words have always stuck with me when confronted with life situations, and today I use them to guide my life. By nature, I am not a person who openly talks about my feelings or emotions; however, I am going to share with you some thoughts with the hope that I can inspire so...

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  • Mark's Blog Created on Tuesday, 22 May 2018

    By Dr. Mark Foster Jim Collins, author of “Good to Great,” says leaders who have the greatest impact share two qualities: humility and fierce resolve. They have a kind of tenacity and strength of character to hang in when others give up. You just can’t wear them down. I want to be that kind of person. Don’t you? If you were to rate yourself on a scale with “fierce resolve” on one end and “being easily discouraged” on the other, where would you place yourself? I have lost the same two pounds forty times overnight and so I gi...

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  • Guest Blogger Created on Tuesday, 15 May 2018

    by Nicole Mourning Adam and I both grew up in church, but we had never been members of a church as a married couple. When our son Will was 2-years-old and I was pregnant with Jake, we decided it was time to find a church home in Edmond. After googling "United Methodist churches near me,” we visited several churches in the area and finally came to a service at Acts 2. We felt comfortable with the childcare the moment we arrived, and it seemed like Mark was speaking directly to us through his sermons. The fact that we left ch...

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  • Guest Blogger Created on Monday, 07 May 2018

    By Carolyn Smith Watch Carolyn's Spotlight video More than 19 years ago (Yikes! That went fast!), I was looking through the newspaper when something odd caught my eye. It was an article about a new United Methodist Church NOT meeting on Sunday and NOT ensconced in their own building. My curiosity got the best of me… kind of like my cat who shot out the door last night, looking for a better land…but I digress. So I decided to go and check it out. There was NO choir, NO organ, NO padded pews. What was there was much more impo...

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  • Guest Blogger Created on Tuesday, 01 May 2018

    by Bryan Heathcock Choices. Life’s full of them. Left or right? Heels or flats? Go for the green in two or layup? Most choices don’t carry much significance when you think about it, but where to go to church…that seems to be a choice that carries a little more weight. That’s where my family was in the spring of 2007. We were new to Edmond but not new to church. My wife and I both grew up in church and the desire to find a church family for ourselves and our young daughters was a choice we both agreed on. I came from a non-d...

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  • Guest Blogger Created on Monday, 30 April 2018

    By Kyle Kaneaster Capital Campaign Chair On Tuesday, Feb. 20, we began a discussion about future plans for our church. Our initial discussion gathering included church leadership and those serving weekly in ministry areas. We’ve compiled some details from that initial discussion that we are excited to begin sharing with our entire worshipping community. Our goal at the gathering was not to determine the exact details, size or scope of a building project. Instead, we were collecting information regarding the concerns and des...

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  • Mark's Blog Created on Wednesday, 25 April 2018

    By Dr. Mark Foster According to the Barna Group, 6% of adult Christians made their decision to follow God after the age of 18. That means 94% made decisions as children that follow with them throughout their life. Wow! That is encouraging... and scary... and exciting. The time is now to be shepherding little hearts. It is my joy to be the pastor of a church with hundreds of “little hearts.” Equally important, by God’s good design, plan, and foreknowledge, our church facilities are located with 29,792 children (0-18 years) w...

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  • Guest Blogger Created on Tuesday, 17 April 2018

    When my wife, Jonalyn, and I first moved back to Oklahoma after 16 years in Colorado, it seemed logical that we would go back to the church we had left. After 3 years, it finally dawned on us that something was missing. Had we changed or had the church changed? Anyway, we began looking for a new experience that was more in keeping with our newly found spiritual goals. We wanted some of the traditional worship but with a more contemporary feel. After visiting several churches, we came to Acts 2. It was as though our spiritua...

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  • Guest Blogger Created on Tuesday, 10 April 2018

    by Elizabeth Nowlin Do you ever let fear stand in the way of getting involved? In our Sunday youth class, we are learning how to live unafraid. Participating in service projects has been my favorite part of being in Acts 2 youth and has made me more confident in my faith. One of my favorite service projects was spending a weekend volunteering at Cookson Hills Center United Methodist Mission in northeastern Oklahoma. First, our group installed a French drainage system to fix an area of flooding. We dug a large trench, hauled...

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  • Guest Blogger Created on Tuesday, 03 April 2018

    By Melissa Nelms As a community at Acts 2, we remember our strategy together in worship every week found in Acts 2:42 where it reads, “They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer.” This perfectly describes our worship experience each weekend as we gather to connect with God through Scripture, preaching, prayer and Communion. It’s through the connection with God in worship that we receive our holy fuel, our Holy Spirit power, to go out and then connect with ...

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  • Mark's Blog Created on Wednesday, 28 March 2018

    By Mark Foster Easter is this Sunday, April 1. April 1 in some European and Western countries is known as April Fools’ Day or All Fools’ Day where people play practical jokes or spread hoaxes and often shout, “April Fool” at the victim of the joke or ruse. Perhaps the greatest surprise, turn of events, joke on Satan and the world is the Easter story. The early church took great joy in what is termed the “fishhook theory of the atonement.” The idea goes roughly like this: Satan would free the world from his control (sin and ...

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  • Andy Nelms Created on Monday, 19 March 2018

    By Andy Nelms The morning our son, Elijah, was to be born, Melissa and I went to eat breakfast at IHOP. We were scheduled to induce labor at Lakeside Women’s Health Hospital early that morning so we rose even earlier to sneak in a hearty breakfast before the induction. It was a strange and eerie meal. We had a booth near the window and watched the sunrise and the steady stream of cars increase on the highway. We listened to the familiar conversations between the regulars and the wait staff. Everything around us was normal, ...

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  • Guest Blogger Created on Monday, 12 March 2018

    By Joetta Myers On your mark, get set, go!!!! It’s a grand time watching the little ones waiting for the signal and then racing to see if they can find the perfect amount of eggs to fill their baskets. Watching them open their eggs to see the treat that awaits is a reminder to me to remain joyfully expectant in this Easter season. With all this on my mind, I know it’s almost time for our annual Easter Egg-Stravaganza here at Acts 2. The event is from 4-6 p.m. on Sunday, March 25. We’ve been preparing for this day for severa...

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  • Guest Blogger Created on Tuesday, 06 March 2018

    By Melissa Nelms Every Confirmation class takes on its own unique personality because of the unique giftedness of the mentors and the unique personalities and perspectives of the students. This year is no different. This year’s Confirmation class has been a joy and a blessing to work with. My gratitude for the adult and youth mentors who have sacrificed and invested their time in guiding our confirmands through this journey of faith and discernment is without measure. For the third year in a row James Rose, Cathy Rose and B...

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20Jul
Church Sabbath Friday, Jul 20 - All Day
20Jul
One Church Worship Friday, Jul 20 @ 6:30 PM
21Jul
Men's Group Saturday, Jul 21 @ 7:30 AM
22Jul
Friends and Follower Sunday, Jul 22 @ 9:15 AM
22Jul
Sunday Conversations Sunday, Jul 22 @ 10:45 AM

WORSHIP TIMES
Friday Evening
 6:30 p.m. - One Church Worship

Sunday Morning
 9:15 a.m. - Worship at Acts 2
10:45 a.m. - Worship at Acts 2

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4848 W. Covell
Edmond, OK 73012
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Phone: 405-359-2287

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