FBC Jenks senior pastor Rick Frie honored by City of Jenks
Rick L. Frie, Senior Pastor at First Baptist Church in Jenks, was recently recognized and honored by the City of Jenks at the November 10 City Council Meeting.
Frie celebrated his 50th year in ministry October 10 of this year and had November 22, 2020 recognized in the City of Jenks as “Pastor Rick L. Frie Day”.
Here is how the proclamation read:
“Whereas, October 10, 2020, marks the 50th Pastoral Anniversary for Pastor Rick Frie.
Whereas, Pastor Frie began his career as a youth minister and received degrees from Ouachita Baptist University and Mid-America Seminary, and
Whereas, Pastor Frie, since 2003, has been the Senior Pastor of First Baptist Church of Jenks and throughout this time has built upon the Church’s legacy and continues to encourage all members of the church by providing strong leadership to improve and grow First Baptist Church in the Jenks community, and
Whereas, Pastor Frie and his wife have been and continue to be proud and supportive members of the Jenks community,
Whereas, the members of First Baptist Church in Jenks are proud to call him Pastor and friend and thank him for his years of service, looking forward to what he will accomplish in the years to come.
Now, therefore, I Robert Lee, Mayor of the City of Jenks and the Jenks City Council do hereby recognize Pastor Rick Frie for his accomplishments and do hereby proclaim November 22, 2020 as
‘Pastor Rick L. Frie Day’”.