Epworth's television ministry broadcast to over 6,000 homes in the Chickasha area through Suddenlink channel 6. Epworth's programming includes the broadcast of our weekly worship service along with in-house productions and rebroadcast of religious programming.
Epworth's YouTube Channel
Channel 6 TV Guide
Description Of Our Programming
Download Epworth's TV guide to know when programming will air.
Epworth United Methodist Church Worship Service
Epworth's services led by Rev. Scott Keneda are broadcast live on Sunday morning and then rebroadcast throughout the week.
KidVenture Jr! is a preschool ministry of Epworth for children 3yrs - 5yrs old. Each segment features Lil' K, and host, Kai, on a journey of discovery as they explore the lesson objective for the day. Kids learn how the Doodad of the Day relates to the objective and how they can live out God's Word. There are keys to find, chests to open, and the silly and wise Professor Sock, who helps decode the mystery of each lesson's Bible Story cartoon.
KidVenture is the elementary aged children's ministry for the children at Epworth. Each segment will take children on a fun journey of biblical learning utilizing animation, music and skits to help your child build important life-long biblical foundations that will last a lifetime.
Sunday to Sunday
The Pairs and Spares Spiritual Formation Class of Epworth United Methodist Church is taught by Dianna Anderson and rebroadcast.
Daily devotionals by the retired United Methodist Pastor, Rev. Charles Watson
Messages by Rev. Johnny Tims, retired pastor of First Baptist Church of Chickasha.
Sunday Messages From Life Church-OKC, St. Luke's UMC-OKC, and Boston Avenue UMC-Tulsa
Sermons from each of these church's weekly worship service join Epworth's to bring you a wide variety of worship experiences and moments of insight.
Epworth broadcast special programming which includes: Speakers from Epworth's Something Worthwhile ministry, Special music concerts of Epworth, Sermons on the Mount by Dr. Lew Sterrett, and Childcare lessons by Dr. Nancy Hector.