Fellowship and Family Life
Fellowship and Family Life plans and coordinates cross-generational and church-wide social events. These are fun events, which allow all generations to fellowship with each other through food, musical entertainment, and games. Current events include the All Church Potluck, the Family Campout, and the Chili Cookoff. If you are interested in helping with this committee, contact Shannon Barsby.
Bartlesville First Church has grown a petting zoo through passion and love of critters of our Associate Pastor, Tari Carbaugh. Bartlesville First animals have made various appearances to local events. You can regularly see Sam, the lamb, and Ester, the goat, playing outside during Sunday morning services.
Senior Adult Ministry
Bartlesville First Church has many opportunities for senior adults.
Senior Adult Ministries gets together for lunch at local restaurants or at the church various times throughout the year.
Occasionally, our senior adults take a trip to a local attraction, such as the Will Rogers Museum, and enjoy lunch together.
A few times throughout the year, Senior Adult Ministries organizes seminars and classes on various topics. Previous classes have focused on topics such as health and funeral planning.
Contact the church for more information on any of these opportunities.
Moms in Prayer
Moms in Prayer gathers prayer requests and spends time praying for special concerns from the congregation. Moms in Prayer meet each Monday at 11:00 a.m. in Room 174.
Weekly Prayer Group
The Weekly Prayer Group gathers prayer requests and spends time in prayer over the concerns from the congregation. Prayer Group meets each Wednesday from 9:00-10:30 a.m. in Conference Room 171.
Van pickup is provided for those wishing to attend a Sunday morning small group and the 11:10 a.m. worship service. The van is equipped with a wheelchair lift. Call the church to reserve a spot on the van.
A group of volunteers is scheduled to take flowers from the sanctuary, divide the flowers into vases, and deliver to members who are confined to their homes or nursing facilities. Volunteers visit with members during their visits. If you are interested in helping with this ministry, contact Ann Woodin or Bette Farnsworth.
Bulletins are delivered to members confined to their homes or nursing facilities on Thursdays or Fridays so that they can follow the order of worship when they watch the services online.