Antioch Christian Church

3200 W. Country Club Blvd.
Elk City, OK 73644
Phone: 580-243-LOVE (5683)

Service Times

Sunday School 9:30am
Worship 10:32am
 
Antioch Christian Church exists to INTRODUCE people to Jesus and CONNECT them with other Christians.
Our ongoing mission is to help them GrOW in their faith, DISCOVER their purpose and HONOR God with their lives.
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F.A.Q.

WHAT TIME?
We have Sunday School for all ages starting at 9:30am. Worship Service starts at 10:32am
 
WHAT DO I WEAR?
Dress comfortably. There is no dress code here. You will see people dressed in many ways, most dress casually and some wear suits. Jeans are fine.
 
HOW LONG?
Services are not very long. The preaching is Bible based, and relevant to everyday life.
 
WILL I STAND OUT?
We know that coming to a new church can be intimidating and a little scary at times. But let us put your mind at ease. RELAX, we are folks just like you, so just be yourself. You won’t feel uncomfortable, you won’t be judged or feel any undue pressure.
 
DO I HAVE TO GIVE ANYTHING?
While it is true that money helps us accomplish what we are here to do…as our guest it is not your responsibility to give. You just sit back, relax and enjoy what is going on.
 
WHERE DO I ENTER THE BUILDING?
The easiest is to enter through the doors under the cover. From there you will be greeted and welcomed in warmly.
 
WHAT ABOUT MY KIDS?
We have programs for ages newborn to 4th grade. If your child is in the nursery someone can help you find where to take them. If you have children between 4 years old and the 4th grade, they will stay with you in the auditorium until after communion, then go to Childrens Church for an age appropriate lesson. If your child is outgoing, tell them to follow the crowd, if you feel better escorting them to the back that is fine as well. If you want to stay and observe, you are welcome to.
Missions

What To Expect

At Antioch Christian Church, we believe that worshiping Jesus occurs through praise, prayer, the hearing of His Word, communion, and fellowship with other believers. We strive to connect all of these aspects of worship in our Sunday services.
 
Praise
“For God is the King of the earth; sing to Him a song of praise.”
Psalm 47:7
 
Singing God’s praises is a vital part of the worship at Antioch. We sing hymns many of us grew up with as well as new songs that touch the heart of what it is to worship God
 
Prayer
“Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God.”
Philippians 4:6
 
A key part of the Christian life is prayer. A prayerful life is a life that will be blessed by God with hope and peace. This is not only true individually, but also in a church family.
 
God’s Word
All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the man of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work.
II Timothy 3:16-17
 
The Bible is God’s Word to us. It was written by human authors, under the supernatural guidance of the Holy Spirit. It is the supreme source of truth for Christian beliefs and living. Because it is inspired by God, it is the truth without any mixture or error.
 
Communion
“For whenever you eat this bread or drink this cup, you proclaim the Lord’s death until He comes.”
1 Corinthians 4:26
 
The Lord’s Supper is a simple act that serves as a reminder of the sacrifice made on our behalf. We celebrate the Lord’s supper each week when we gather for worship
 
Fellowship
“For where two or three come together in my name, there am I with them.”
Matthew 18:20
 
We believe that as Christians, we are to do “life” together. Fellowship is about more than a dinner once a month

Media

CURRENT SERIES

Feb 1, 2021
What’s Next? Find Your Place
For 3 weeks, we have asked the question of Why Church? Why does the local Church matter, to the believer, and to the community. Today as we wrap up the series, we explore the truth that just as the Believer needs the local Church, the local Church needs the Believer, and challenge ourselves to Find Our Place.
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Online Giving

It’s Simple – You won’t have to remember whether you gave this month or send in an offering by mail when you’re on vacation.
 
Security – We use an encrypted secure website for your online records. Online giving is more secure than giving with a check or cash because an electronic gift can’t be lost or stolen.
 
Focus – Instead of having to worry about writing a check and filling out an envelope during the service, you can be fully focused on the worship service, knowing that you have already given your offering.
 
Easy – When you are ready, click the link below to either setup a new online-giving account or login to an existing one.

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About Us

Jeff S. McDowell

Pastor   –   Jeff@ACCOK.net

Misty Musick

Youth Pastor   –   Misty@ACCOK.net

Whitney Ashpaugh

Office Secretary   –   Office@ACCOK.net
In 2008 Jeff came to Antioch Christian Church with a desire to help the congregation to grow in ther faith, and live lives that are honoring to God.  He has a heart for the Gospel and wants to see Antioch Christian impact the community of Elk City. He preaches, teaches, works with leaders and tries to be in the community as much as possible.
FAMILY
Jeff and his wife Tammy were married in 1995 and are the parents of two miracles, Joshua and Jackson.
OTHER INTERESTS
Jeff enjoys playing his guitar, woodworking, spending time with family, or hanging out with his boys, and he is always willing to talk about Kansas State football or basketball.
MOST MEMORABLE DAY IN MINISTRY
Jeff will tell you that of all his days in ministry, there is no day he cherishes more than the day he got to baptize his oldest son Joshua.
Misty has been attending Antioch Christian Church since January of 2018. When the position for Youth Pastor became available, she began to hear the Holy Spirit speaking to her heart about expanding her career as a counselor to include ministering to the youth group. She officially began in August of 2019, and every day brings more excitement as God continues to move in the hearts and the lives of the youth. Her desire is to develop meaningful relationships with all of the youth, and she feels it is an honor to watch them grow in God’s Word so that they can make an impact in the lives of others. FAMILY
Misty and Wendell were married in 1996. They are the proud parents of Madison and Jamie.
OTHER INTERESTS
Misty is a musician by heart and loves to sing and play the flute and piano. She also enjoys reading, crocheting, and travelling with her family.
MOST MEMORABLE DAY IN MINISTRY
Her most memorable days in the ministry are the days she was able to pray for the people who called in to her radio program when she was an on-air host at a local Christian radio station.
Whitney began attending Antioch Christian Church in February 2013 when she moved to Elk City after graduating from O.S.U. Institute of Technology in December 2012. In August of 2018 after 3 years of being a stay at home Mom, Whitney was hired as Church secretary, and has enjoyed being a part of Antioch’s outreach to the community ever since.
FAMILY
Whitney and her husband Caleb were married in June of 2013 and are the parents of two wonderful kids, Kynleigh and Cason.
OTHER INTERESTS
Whitney enjoys volunteering in various areas within the church; she is a part of the Sunday Nursery rotation and occasionally sings with the Praise Band as well. In addition, she is currently enrolled as a full-time student in the Radiologic Technology program at SWOSU-Sayre. When she’s not in school or at work, Whitney enjoys crafting, reading, and spending as much time with family and friends as possible.
MOST MEMORABLE DAY
November of 2000, when she accepted Jesus as her Lord and Savior and was baptized and became a believer at 8 years old.
 

 

 

Antioch Christian Church

3200 W. Country Club Blvd.
Elk City, OK 73644
Phone: 580-243-LOVE (5683)

 

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