Join us Sunday mornings at 10a, Edmond Conference Center at Sooner/Covell Road


At Edmond Community Church, we love God and others. We believe that being part of the local church is not about religion, but relationships. A relationship with Jesus and with others. That’s why we’re here! ECC is a place where you can come as an explorer, with all your questions just as you are. Our goal the minute you walk through the doors is to help you feel like you found community where you can connect with God and others in a new and fresh way. We believe that church is far more than a weekend experience, it should be about real life and community.


ECC meets on Sundays at 10 am at the Hilton Garden Inn located on Sooner and Covell Rd. in NE Edmond.


Parking: We meet in the Conference room of the Hilton Garden Inn/Edmond Conference Center so we park in the West parking lot. There you will find our signs, banners, and friendly volunteers ready to welcome you with a smile!

Attire: You’ll find us wearing everything from a t-shirt and jeans to casual business attire.

Music: The music at ECC includes a spectrum of styles, from modern to hymns lead by our talented worship team.

Message: Our pastor and speakers teach practically and passionately from Scripture.

Children: Kids Church is available for babies through 5th grade. Kids are curious so this fun and interactive time is designed to engage their attention and help them learn about who Jesus is.

Prayer: We believe in the power of prayer. We have people available to pray with you before and after service. Check with the Guest Services table.

Giving: Newcomers feel no pressure to give – the offering is for those who call ECC their home.

After the Service: Stop by the Guest Services area for more information about ECC. Our Pastor would love to meet you… and you’ll receive a gift!


At ECC, we believe God has more for everyone. No matter who you are or where you are on your spiritual journey, God has more for you. Our Next Steps is designed with you in mind; to help you experience the “more” God has for you.

Baptism: The first “ask” Jesus makes of a person who commits to follow Him is Baptism. In fact, when we say yes to Jesus in this area of our life, it becomes easier to say “yes” to Him in other areas. If you have made a commitment to Jesus, it is time to take the next step and make your decision known. Baptism is like putting on a uniform. It is an outward expression of inward change that God has made in your life. For more information about baptism stop by our guest services table or speak with a Pastor.