We believe Jesus changes everything, and that fact is good news everyone needs to hear. In October 2014 we planted this congregation out of love for this city and people like you that live here. We’re a church for the city and desire to be a part of the big thing God is doing in Edmond. Our mission is to see gospel communities multiply throughout Edmond to love God, love people, and pushback darkness.
Frontline meets on the campus of UCO, as you check us out, our hope is that you’re warmly welcomed, encouraged, and even challenged. More than that, we pray that you hear, see, and feel God’s love in Jesus Christ. That is why we’re here, and we extend a wholehearted welcome to you. Rich, poor, black, white, old, and young are all a part of Frontline. Be yourself here. We are messy people who can’t change on our own. The good news is nothing is impossible for Jesus!
Infants and Children
In God’s eyes, and so in ours, children are blessings. The burden to keep them safe while in our care, to teach them the gospel, to show them how generously our Father loves us, is one we are happy to carry!
Our deepest hope and prayer is that we can deepen your family’s pursuit of God and help shape your child’s view of the Church and gospel community for the glory of Christ.
Visit us. Check your child into a Frontline Kids class. Meet our teachers and pastors, because we look forward to serving and loving your entire family!
Hello parents we are excited about the possibility of partnering together with your students and teaching them to love God love people and pushback darkness.
A few of the ways that we do that is our Wednesday night student service. We currently meet at the Edmond Community Center and located at 28 E Main St, Edmond, OK. We meet from 6 PM to 8 PM. Our student ministry consist of 6th through 12th graders.
We also do local mission projects, summer camp, and fun local events. If you have any questions please feel free to email or call Matt Polk at 580-504-1241.
As we learn to give and receive ministry between Sundays, we start to become a real church and not just a Sunday morning event.
The gospel doesn’t call us to a “just me and Jesus” mentality. Jesus tells us that the second greatest commandment is like the first – we are to love our neighbor as ourselves.
Please use this tool to find a community group. If you’d like one on one help finding a group, just contact us today!