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First Christian Church of Claremore (Disciples of Christ)
1010 N. Florence Claremore, OK 74017
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ASH WEDNESDAY

Our Ash Wednesday Service will be on February 14th at 6:00 P.M. in a conference room that we have reserved on the RSU campus.  It will be in Conference Room A in The Carolyn Taylor Center on the second floor, across from the elevator.  This is building #27 on the map.  This will mark the beginnin...

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Pride Preparations

Last year's Pride experience was so special that we are excited to represent God's love and care again on Saturday, June 24. We learned a few things from our first experience and know that the following would be very helpful as we prepare: -so much water - a lot of ice -volunteers at our booth...

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How can we responsibly interpret some of the sayings of Jesus that a person might prefer to skip over, phrases like "sell what you own"(Luke 18:22) and "hate father and mother"(Luke 14:26)? Join us as we explore these intriguing and challenging passages together and imagine how we might put them ...

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Coming Soon at FCC...

Enriching experiences have happened, are happening, and are to come! Our latest round of blog posts provide examples of what we are up to this month, and I am delighted to share that the following projects are in the works are will come into being in the weeks and months to come: - name tags to ...

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While our Lenten series entitled Seeking comes to a close, we will continue to engage in the spiritual practice of seeking in our next series: Life-Changing Letters: What Can We Learn From Other People's Mail? Interpretations of letters attributed to Paul have contributed to all sorts of ideas, ...

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Vision Summit

Exciting things are continuing to bloom at First Christian Church of Claremore, and you are invited and encouraged to participate in an experience that will take our preliminary mission work to the next level. Please mark your calendars and plan to join us for a Vision Summit on Saturday, April 2...

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The practice of welcoming and hospitality is ongoing, and it is important to reflect upon how we are intentional in our welcome and what values we express in the ways we connect with one another. Here are a few ways in which you can be part of our intentional practices of hospitality: - becoming...

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We had a great group of people volunteer to be on our first worship team. Sherrill, Loretta, Tava, Zach, Trenton, and Krisalynn came to our first meeting, and we laid out some plans for the season. Ash Wednesday marked the beginning of the season, and we had a wonderful time of worship, includin...

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We are seeking our calling, the sacred, and how to live. If you are returning to church, you are probably returning with more questions and a critical lens - you and your questions are welcome here. If you have been attending for a long time, you might be holding questions you are not sure you ca...

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911 dispatchers are seldom thanked for the services they provide 24 hours a day 365 days a year. Rogers County has 21 dispatchers who provide service to all of its citizens, 7 police agencies, 2 EMS services and 9 fire departments.On April 9th-15th, we take a week to celebrate those individuals. ...

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On Sunday, April 2 from 2-3:30, New Testament scholar, author, and professor, Dr. Warren Carter, will guide us through a journey of the gospels and explore the different ways the authors answered an incredibly important question: Why did Jesus die? This is an excellent opportunity to learn from a...

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Kairos Prison Ministries needs cookies for an upcoming weekend event at Mabel Bassett Correctional Center in McCloud. If you would like to bake chewy oatmeal, chocolate chip, and/or peanut butter cookies, please email Rev. Alexis to receive the recipes that need to be followed carefully and prepa...

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Our series from Lent through Easter will be "Seeking: Honest Questions for Deeper Faith." Like the characters we will meet in the scriptures during our Lenten season, we are seeking many things: clarity, connection, wonder, justice, and balance. We are seeking our calling, the sacred, and how to...

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Members and Friends: If you have not yet completed the pink interest surveys, leaders and staff really need your input and invite you to follow this link to complete an online version: https://forms.gle/RPnUtYjGBAdtsqLx7. Hard copies are available at the church in the hallway next to the foyer. K...

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A Note from Our Board Chair

A new year has begun with all sorts of possibilities for our Church. Though we are small, we are mighty with members who are dedicated, creative, welcoming and committed to more than just doing an obligation on Sunday morning. There is so much we can do to be the loving presence of God in the liv...

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First of all, I would like to thank the members of First Christian Church in Claremore for continuing to support me in doing what I love to do. It is a great joy and honor for me to serve God through the church and to move with you all through this journey of faith. I am excited to see where the ...

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A Year Later...

Happy Anniversary, Beloveds! One year ago, on February 1, I began serving with you all as your solo pastor. Can you believe it? We've experienced quite a bit together already as a faith community, my family and I have experienced quite a bit together, and even one of my ankles and my immune sys...

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Rev. Alexis received a request to share information about a need for volunteers with Compassus Hospice. Volunteers can determine their own time commitment. Here are some of the services non-medical volunteers can provide: • Office/administrative tasks • Friendly visits • Writing letters • Read...

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What will be our priorities for 2023? How will we represent the Holy in our community? What might we need to release and what might we develop? Who can leaders and staff contact for assistance? These are crucial questions for leaders to ask as they consider the church's mission and how to direct ...

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We say the LORD's Prayer every Sunday - but why? You are invited to join us for a sermon series and small group experience that explores what made, and continues to make, the LORD's Prayer revolutionary, transformative, loving, liberating, and life-giving. We will begin this series in worship on...

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