For those seeking assistance, First Church seeks to offer help to members of our faith family as well as the larger Stillwater community through a variety of outreach programs.
Thursdays from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.—Family Life Center
The Community Dinner is a free, home-cooked meal in a comfortable environment that is open to all who desire to attend.
2nd Saturday of the Month from 10 a.m.—Noon at 314/316 W. 8th St.
The Hope House is a resource center for foster families offering many items needed by families upon receiving foster children into their home—clothing, shoes, toys, books, baby items, high chairs, strollers, cribs, car seats, welcome baskets, etc. Any foster family, not just those from Payne County, are invited to come and shop. All items are free. Families can receive as many clothes as they need, one package of diapers per child, new socks and underwear, toothbrushes, and much more. All that is required is for families to bring their placement papers with them.
New Placements: When a family receives a new placement, they can call the Hope House at (405) 385-2475 and someone will meet them within 24 hours to help them find the items they need to start caring for their child(ren).
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesdays at 6:00 p.m.—South Campus
The Love Feast is a free, homecooked meal in a comfortable environment that is open to all who desire to attend.
If you have a specific prayer request, our prayer chain volunteers desire to lift you or your loved ones up in intercessory prayer. To make a prayer request contact Diane Adair at email@example.com or (405) 372-5854.
The Weekend Food Sacks for Children project provides a small bag of easy to prepare foods for hungry, school-age children to take home on Fridays to help feed them during the weekend. First Church neither chooses nor is aware of which children receive Weekend Food Sacks. That decision is made by the counselors of each of the Stillwater Schools. If you feel that your child is in need of a Weekend Food Sack, please contact your school’s office.