Many missionaries have come out of our fellowship over the years. This is a legacy in which we can take pride, and it can motivate and encourage us to continue this great tradition.
The high example of previous generations should be the motivating factor for successive generations to support missions through praying, giving and going.
In addition to foreign missions, our church is also engaged in local ministries and events that touch the hearts of internationals that live in communities around us. It is, therefore, possible to be active in an international ministry here in Norman.
Destinations LifeGroup|||||International Ministry|||||Mission Trips
Each Sunday Morning at 9:15 a.m. our missions LifeGroup meets in room 208. This is a Bible Study class that emphasizes missions. We pray for missions, look for mission activities, and promote missions in our larger church. The missions minister directs this class. Steve Wilson is our teacher.
First Baptist members or family members have served in the following countries:
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"Our international ministry seeks to minister to people of all countries, cultures and races, showing them the love of Jesus and the acceptance of the Christian community."
Friendship International is ESL instruction for non-English speakers. We offer four different levels of assistance to those who need to learn English. Classes meet each Thursday morning from 9:00 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. and are free to the participants. For more information call Brad at 306-0069.
Each year we participate in the FIS host Program at OU. Families in our church host Iinternational students that have come to OU to study. We help them adjust to our city and include them in activities that make them feel at home here. Students do not live with the host family, they live in campus housing. If you would like to be a Host, call Brad at 306-0069.
We have an international home life group that meets the first and third Friday night of each month at 7 p.m. for dinner and fellowship.
Our International Friends Sunday School class meets each Sunday morning at 9:15 a.m.
To give a sense of what is involved in an International mission trip, take a look at this short video from just a few years ago…
Family Mission Trip to Arizona to work with Navajo Churches, March 2014
East Asia Mission Trip, August 2014
Download this PDF form, fill out, and return as soon as possible.
Every person that goes on a trip with FBC must fill out this application. You will be approved for the trip by the missions committee. Medical information and your personal testimony of faith in Christ is included.
After you are approved, you will make a downpayment of $250. and sign a contract for the trip.
To ask for financial support from the Missions Ministry Team, please download this PDF and return the completed form to the FBC church office as soon as possible.