Edmond Christ Community Church History

Christ Community Church was started in the summer of 2004 by a small group of Christians who felt called by God to begin a new community of faith in Edmond.  As the group grew in numbers and in understanding of our particular call to discipleship, we moved from meeting in homes, to a Community Center, and then to a local theater. The church then moved to a beautiful chapel used primarily for local weddings. Until May 2014, we rented facilities owned by the Seventh Day Adventist Church of Edmond. They held their worship services on Saturday, and we used the building on Sundays.  In June 2014, we purchased our first building located at 915 E. 33rd Street. We are very excited to have a building that we can call “our own”!

We are a multi-denominational congregation, in terms of our religious backgrounds. We have former Presbyterians, Methodists, Catholics, Baptists, Pentecostals and others worshipping together, bringing a beautiful freedom and openness.

Christ Community Church members believe that each individual is called to a commitment to spiritual growth. We know we were created in God’s image to worship Him, to form Christian Community, to become disciples of Jesus Christ, to be used in mission and ministry, and to spread the good news of Christ Jesus. In addition to our weekly Worship together, we invite everyone to participate in a small group. We meet during the week in groups for further study. We offer a Sunday morning nursery and activities for children. We look forward to expanding our study and mission opportunities as God expands our membership.

Edmond Christ Community Church Pastors

Dr. Gordon McClellan, 2004 – 2006

Dr. Joel Baker, 2006 – 2013

Rev. Dave Lewis, 2014 – Present

Edmond Christ Community Church Logo from 2004 – 2014