• Student/Youth Ministers Lunch, Wednesday Nov. 13th 12 noon
  • Secretary's Luncheon, Wednesday Nov. 6th at 12 noon
  • Cherokee Strip Baptist Association Office


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What's an association?

Good question! It's a group of churches that cooperate together for ministry and missions. They do this voluntarily on a local level, knowing that together we can do more than working alone. Some benefits for a church that's part of an association are: fellowship with other churches, cooperative missions and ministry events and projects, and knowing what you're getting when you go to one of the churches in terms of their beliefs (doctrine). Read here for why your church should partner with the local Baptist association (click link): 

Why Should My Church Partner with the Association

How about Cherokee Strip Association?

Our name goes back to the Land Run of 1893 when much of this area of Oklahoma was settled (in one day!). Our association is spread out over 6 counties that were a part of that original land run. At present, there are 30 churches in our association, from Medford in the north to Perry in the south to Fairview on the west and Billings on the east [see maps under Info Center Tab].

What if I want to visit a church?

Many of our churches have websites that give their location and times of services, Sunday School/small groups, etc. However, if you can't find the pertinent info for the church you want to visit, please give us a call here at (580)234-2512. Guests are always welcome at our churches. Although it might be a little intimidating to go to a new church for the first time, you'll find folks eager to help you feel at home.

Matt Spann
Director of Missions


  • Singer Pam Weston available for Concert

    Pam Weston is a born-again Christian from Knoxville, TN and has been lived in Nashville since 1986. She has been in ministry for ten years sharing the gospel with her voice and piano. Pam was in country music in Nashville for 23 years. She landed a job with Grand Ole Opry Star, Bill Anderson, in his Po’ Folks Band, touring the U.S. and playing the Grand Ole Opry.

    Pam has opened for The Old Paths, Triumphant Quartet, Time Lovelace, HisSong, and many others. She has used her gifts to entertain at 45 retirement communities in several states. Pam sings and speaks for Women’s conferences and Senior Adult programs.

    Pam’s song, “Graduation Day” was a duet with Gordon Mote and charted in Singing News. Gordon also produced Pam’s song “Mama Can’t Remember” which is about her mother Charlotte, and was #6 on the Christian Weekly Chart.

    Pam will be singing for the Ministers’ Conference on Tuesday, October 29th at noon. If your church would be interested in having her sing a mini-concert on Sunday morning or a full concert on Sunday evening October 27th, please contact her at 615-260-6091 or visit here website: pamwestonministries.com.

  • Ministers' Conference Nov. 5 will feature James Robinson

    James was raised in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma and gave his life to Christ at an early age. He surrendered to full-time vocational ministry while in still in high school. His Bachelors of Art degree in Religion was earned from Oklahoma Baptist University (Shawnee, OK) where he met his wife. Additionally, James holds a Masters of Divinity from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary located in Ft. Worth, TX. Serving nearly 14 years as a youth pastor in Oklahoma, Florida, New Mexico, and Texas, James served as senior pastor in churches in Oklahoma for 35 years. James was the lead pastor of First Baptist Church-Durant, OK in 1999 – 2018.
    James currently serves on the board of Youth Services of Bryan County, has served twice on the board of Oklahoma Baptist University. He is past-president of Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma. For hobbies, James enjoys watching sports, tennis and adventures with Judy.

    Judy was raised in Enid, Oklahoma and was saved by God’s grace at the age of 17 while attending an evangelistic crusade. She also graduated from OBU with a music education degree. Judy has served in many ministry areas including children’s choirs, education programs, women’s ministries, and Celebrate Recovery. Her God-given passion is in the Crisis Pregnancy ministry where, over a period of 25 years, she has served as a volunteer and as Executive Director. Married since 1973, James and Judy have been blessed with three children and eight grandchildren.

    The Robinsons joined Double Honor Ministries in June 2018 to serve as Pastor to Pastors, allowing them to use their decades of experience to mentor, encourage, and provide followup care to pastors. They also serve as retreat facilitators. James can be contacted directly at (580) 916-0603 or jamesrobinson_99@yahoo.com or contact the Double Honor Ministries office.

  • September Newsletter on Info Center

    Our monthly newsletter is always available on our Info Center along with other helpful information.

  • New Office Hours

    Beginning Sept 1, Ronda’s office hours will be M-Th, 8:00-3:30 

  • Shared Resources

    Is your church in need of resources? We may be able to help you. Please click on the Shared Resources page to view the resources available to your churches through our office.


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