North Pointe Baptist Church

North Pointe Baptist Church

North Pointe Baptist Church aims to reach members of the Edmond community in impactful ways as they open their doors to those seeking everything from vacation Bible schools to financial peace workshops, parenting seminars and annual daddy/daughter dances.

“Our members love the Lord and and we want to do everything we can to show the love of Christ to our community,” said Matt Blagg, worship leader and missions coordinator at North Pointe. “We try to be a church that’s outwardly focused. That’s a big part of what we do.” 

Since 2013, North Pointe has been at its 5300 NW 220th St. location, a spot central to the community. On the top of the church’s events calendar is vacation Bible school for 5- to 12-year-olds: a travelling Kanakuk KampOut! Day Camp from July 23-27. Campers will have the opportunity to fly down a zipline, scale a climbing wall, bounce in inflatables and laugh at crazy skits.

The church also hosts an annual Love and Logic parenting seminar with trained instructors, and date nights throughout the year that allow parents to have a night out without the kids. Children also look forward to an annual arts academy where they learn how to develop gifts God gave them. 

What’s more? North Pointe holds a “prayer ministry” for all local school teachers. Teachers offer up suggestions for prayers and church members stock teachers’ snack bars in their teachers’ lounges, and give gifts and paper at beginning of school year. 

“Plus, every Sunday is a great day, too, at our church,” Blagg added. “Worship time and church services draw people to the Lord.”

North Pointe Baptist Church hosts connecting groups at 9 a.m. Sundays, worship at 10:30 a.m. on Sundays, children’s and youth activities at 6 p.m. on Wednesdays, and Bible studies for adults at 6 p.m. Wednesdays.

Blagg enjoys seeing church members grow in their faith and begin leading other people to the Lord. After all, it’s the people who make North Pointe what it is, he said.

“We have wonderful people who love the Lord, love people and love to serve each other. Our pastor encourages us to think outside the box, and we’re united in our mission. That’s a great thing to be a part of.”

Learn more about North Pointe Baptist Church by visiting or by calling (405) 348-9935.

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