Celebrating 20 years.

On May 1, Superintendent Chip Hinds provided a plaque to sister Rosie Davila for ten years of service and dedication to the district Women’s Ministry. Sister Davila has retired from her position [...]

Moving Forward 

On Memorial Day weekend, the district held a virtual Super Sabbath. Speaking on the theme “Moving Forward in Faith,” pastors Jason Overman and Oscar Mata exhorted the church to move forward [...]

Reopening celebration.

The Central Church of El Paso celebrated the reopening of its facilities after a time of closure and remodeling. The Capetillo brothers of Albuquerque participated in preaching and worship. [...]

VBS highlights.

Our sister church in Laredo, TX-Yireh, held its annual Vacation Bible School June 1-5. The program titled “Treasured” taught the children how valuable they are to God. They enjoyed a full week of [...]

Dover Family Camp 2021

Brethren from Oklahoma, Texas, Missouri, and Colorado gathered June 13-20 in Dover, Oklahoma, for family camp. Focusing on the theme “Mission Possible,” 138 attendees enjoyed worship, fellowship, [...]

Outstanding volunteers

On February 22, Bryan and Sue Burrell were honored at the Fairview Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting and Awards Banquet as 2021 Volunteers of the Year. Praised for their long-standing [...]


During February and March, several of our district churches celebrated baptisms. We rejoice with those who have entered the Church family!

Counting blessings

The SWD Media Department created the 10,000 Gratitudes Project, inviting churches and Conference members to send videos of what God is doing in their lives so we can praise together during the [...]

Super Sabbath

Brethren in Oklahoma and Fort Smith gathered April 24 to celebrate their first face-to-face Super Sabbath. Pastor Don Rodgers’ sermon, “The Need for a Fresh Start,” motivated the church to [...]

100+ Years Strong

The Fairview, Oklahoma church, the first CoG7 organized in the state of Oklahoma, is celebrating 127 years of ministry. Its beginning dates back before statehood when Oklahoma, then Indian [...]