Healing is the key to living- begin the journey to healing! Starting Tuesday, March 5 , Vicki Whitby will be conducting a workshop on grief studying Pastor Willet's book, Grieve Well- Live Well.Read More
Your family is invited on Sunday, October 14th 4-6 pm. Kids of all ages will enjoy fun games and prizes and even a bouncy house! Come celebrate the Fall season with us and enjoy good food and great company. This is a free event for all members of the community.Read More
Sign up using this form to attend Vacation Bible School, June 4-8.Read More
Help us kick off Vacation Bible School season here at Aspen Park with VBS-Fest, a free children’s festival. Join us May 20 at 5:30 pm for games, prizes, food, and even a bouncy house!Read More
On Sunday, October 15, at 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm children and families of all ages are invited to join us for our Fall Community Festival. Come enjoy the fun, food and games, as well as people around our church and in the Broken Arrow community.Read More
Please bring products for care packages for our men and women who are currently deployed.Read More
Photos are now online from the Indian Springs Pool Party this weekend. Check the gallery to see what a great time we had!Read More
Make plans now to be here this Sunday immediately following the service for a good old-fashioned family picnic at the church celebrating the 4th of July!Read More
Sign up using this form and drop by this week, June 5-9.Read More
Photos are now online from the Spring Community Festival last Sunday. Check the gallery to see all the fun games and activities we had!Read More
Photos have been posted from the Easter Egg Hunt at Indian Springs. Check out the gallery to see all the fun they had this year!Read More
On Sunday, May 7, at 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm children and families of all ages are invited to join us for our Spring Community Festival. Come enjoy the fun, food and games, as well as people around our church and in the Broken Arrow community.Read More
Aspen Park will be at Indian Springs Apartment Complex for an Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 15. Donations of candy and help setting up and welcoming guests are appreciated.Read More
Photos have been posted our the Fall Community Festival. Check out the gallery to see this year's fun!Read More
On October 23 all of the Broken Arrow community is invited to celebrate fall which brings beautiful colors and cooler weather.Read More
Easter is coming and that means Easter Egg hunts for the children and the Adult 2 Sunday School from Aspen Park is ministering to the kids at Indian Springs with a hunt of their own.
The bible school class of Adult 2 is hosting in conjunction with the Indian Springs Apartment Complex an Easter Egg hunt for the children of Indian Springs. With over 700 residents we are sure there will be a crowd of people searching for those eggs.
Join Aspen Park at Indian Springs Apartment Complex for an Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, March 26. The event starts at 11:00 for the kids, but come at 11:00 to help set up and welcome guests.
Donations of candy to fill the eggs would be greatly appreciated.
Indian Springs Apartment Complex is located at Aspen (145th E Ave.) and 131st St.
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*Please note we will not be having class on April 23 due to pre-existing scheduling conflict.
Aspen Park Baptist Church will celebrate its 50th Anniversary Sunday, May 3, at 10:30 a.m. with a service lead by First Baptist Broken Arrow Pastor Nick Garland and followed by a catered lunch on the church grounds.
The church began as a mission of First Baptist in 1963 as Clayton Baptist Church. Two years later, on May 2, 1965, the mission became a self-supporting congregation.
It was a monetary gift from the Clayton family that enabled First Baptist to purchase the property and structure from Old Paths Pentecostal Church on South Aspen. The mission’s first service was held on June 7, 1963.
In its 50-year history, the church has seen a number of changes including a name change from Clayton Baptist Church to Aspen Park Baptist Church in 1992. Six pastors and three interim pastors have served Clayton/Aspen over the past 50 years.
Fifty Years of Pastors
1965-1967 – Rev. Everett Johnson (Original mission pastor from 1963-1965)
1967-1970 – Rev. A.C. Booth
1970-1973 – Rev. Don Franklin
1973-1974 – Rev. Danny McDonald (interim)
1974-1984 – Rev. Eugene Herndon
1984-1989 – Rev. John Pickup
1989-1990 – Rev. Keith Millis (interim)
1990 - Rev. Mark Anderson (interim)
1990-Present – Rev. David Crump
All former and current staff and congregation are invited to attend the celebration. Lunch will be under a tent following the service featuring a message from Rev. Garland, special music by the church’s praise team and choir and a review of the church history.
Aspen Park Baptist Church is located at 4400 S. Aspen in Broken Arrow.
For more information about Aspen Park Baptist Church and the 50th Anniversary contact the church office at 918-455-2100.
This year the Oklahoma State Evangelism Conference will be held at First Southern Baptist Church in Del City, OK.
Dates for the conference are January 26 and 27.
It is a two-day conference but attendees are invited to participate in a Night of Prayer for Spiritual Awakening Gathering at 6:00 p.m. on the Sunday night of January 25.
The complete schedule and other details are located on the OK SEC official website.
It came to Aspen Park's attention that Arms Around BA has found themselves short of coats for children this year. So for the month of December Aspen Park Baptist Church is collecting coats for children sizes 6-16.
As soon as the coats arrive, someone takes them to Arms Around BA and they seem to be gone as soon as we bring them in.
So, the need is great.
There are bins placed throughout the building where you may place your coats.
Coats are not the only provisions needed by AABA.
Other needs include:
- Egg Cartons
- Laundry Detergent
- Cooking Oil
- Prayer: as food baskets are delivered for Christmas, pray the love of Christ will be received along with the physical gift.
Many have already given - how about you?