Stillwater First A/G

 

  Stillwater First Assembly of God 

       Address                                        Mailing

1024South Lewis Street              P.O. Box 2446

Stillwater,OK 74074                   Stillwater,OK 74076-2446

Phone:  405-372-7344             Email: Stillfirst@juno.com 

Fax:  405-372-0595 

 

  Stillwater First Assembly of God Service Schedule 
 
Sunday    9:30 am

Intercessory Prayer

 

9:45 am

Sunday School Class
 

10:50 am

Morning Worship with Rev Cole

 

6:00 pm

Evening Worship with Rev Cole
    
Wednesday  6:00 pmSupper Time at Fellowship Hall
 (Donation: $2.50 or $1.00 per child under10 or Seniors 55 or older.)
 7:00 pmAdult Bible Studies
 7:00 pmYouth Bible Studies
7:00 pmCollege Bible Studies

7:00 pm    

 Children's Activities

A message from Reverend Aaron Cole

 We would like to invite you to join us here at Stillwater First Assembly of God and our celebration of life.  Regardless of your religious background, our prayer is that you feel welcomed as soon as you walk through our doors.  I encourage you to attend one of our weekly services and open your spirit in praise, worship, and prayer to God.

Directions to Stillwater First Assembly of God

From 6th Street or Highway 51 and Main,  Go East to Lewis Street (1 blocks) turn South on Lewis Street, then go 5 blocks south, just before 11th Street the First Assembly of God on the West side of street.

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