Weekly opportunities to grow in biblical literacy and community on Sunday mornings at 9:30 am. Click the link below for the class listings.
Courageous, biblically-based relationships empowered by grace that lead to transformational intimacy. This is the goal for community at OMPC, and Life Groups are the primary avenue to experience this type of surprising community.
Contact Chad Walker to get plugged into a group.
Looking for additional opportunities to plug in or serve at OMPC? Click the link below for more info.
20s to early 30s. Are you a recent high school or college grad, or newly married and trying to find your place in the church? OMPC Young Professionals offers the opportunity for you to plug in during this challenging yet fun transitional season of life.
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MEN'S SMALL GROUPS
Join a group of 3-4 men for in-depth biblical study and relational authenticity. Contact Greg Poole to connect to a group.
Greeter Team: Welcome people as they walk in the doors Sunday mornings.
Coffee Prep Team: Arrive a few minutes early to help make coffee and keep the carafes full through the morning.
Contact Chad Walker to join a Sunday morning serving team!
BATTLE FOR THE HEART
The Battle for the Heart process is different than most discipleship programs in that it’s not about giving you a formula to change what you’ve been doing (or not doing). The Battle is about discovering who you were created to be, as a man or a woman, in God’s Larger Story.
Battle for the Heart
info for men & women
About the Battle Process
As a church, we are committed to the Battle for the Heart process and helping men and women learn to live from their whole heart as God intended. If you are interested in the Battle Process or want to learn more, contact Greg Poole.
2018 RETREAT DETAILS
Battle for the Men's Heart: August 9 - 12, 2018
Battle for the Women's Heart: August 23 - 26. 2018
20s to early 30s, Room S-185, Chad Walker. "The Greatest Story (How to Share the Gospel)" If you’re in college, graduated or just generally guring out how to adult in life, join us as we discuss how to share the Gospel using our personal stories within the context of God's larger story.
TIME OUT! FOR PARENTS
Late 20s to 30s, Room S-180, Matt Redmond, “Psalms: Blues Songs for the Believer.” The Psalms were written as songs to be sung at the intersection of belief and unbelief that we all have to reckon with. Join us as we study some of these songs for help along the way.
Late 30s to 40s. Room C-241, Scott Gosnell, “Daniel.” Daniel comforts and encourages God’s people with the assurance that in spite of present appearances, God is in control.
Late 40s to 50s. Room C-245, Ken Jones, “The Struggle Is Real.” Dealing with life issues using your heart soul, and mind.
60s and up. Room C-240, Greg Poole, “Respectable Sins.” Surprisingly the more we see our sinfulness the greater we enjoy God’s grace. Not surprisingly we fail to see our sin clearly because some sins have become respectable. Exposing these sins leads to renewed enjoyment of the Christian life.
Room C-242, Elders. Our class for visitors and newcomers who want to know more about our church and our denomination.
CHURCH HISTORY PART II: 70 A.D. to PRESENT
Room C-246, Bobby Gardner. Most Christians don't have a clue where we've come from and who the major players were in the formation Christian doctrine and polity. We'll explore our "ancestors" - the good, the bad, and the ugly of events and people who have brought us to where we are now as a body of believers - many times at the cost of their lives.
step into adulthood at OMPC!
20s to early 30s, Room S-185, Chad Walker. "The Greatest Story (How to Share the Gospel)" Sharing the Gospel can often be an intimidating conversation. Where do you begin? What should you share from Scripture? From your own story? Join us Sunday mornings as we walk through the Greatest Story: the Gospel and how our lives mirror this Great Story, lending us the framework for Gospel conversations.
The best way to plug into community is to engage in rich biblical discussion while getting to know others on a more personal level! We have multiple Young Professional Life Groups to plug into that meet Sunday evenings at 5:30 pm in the Fall and Spring. Groups will resume meeting August 19.
Thursdays beginning June 11, 6:00 pm, Cahaba Brewing Company (except the summer kickoff Wednesday, June 6 and July 12).
Stay connected with other Young Professionals this Summer through our weekly socials. Wind down from your busy work week at Cahaba Brewing at 6:00 pm. Check out the Calendar for the address and also for the June 6 and July 12 location details.
Each month we plan a social event to get together and have a good time. Whether it's celebrating a holiday or season of the year together, or catching a local sporting event, we try to get out and about while enjoying fellowship together! Check out the Calendar for this month's gathering.
connect with us
Welcoming those who gather to seek grace at OMPC is vital as our church grows! A smile, a hug, introduction, and directing newcomers to childcare and Sunday School classes goes a long way to showing grace to all who join us. If you would like to join our team, come to the Greeter Team Breakfast on September 10 to learn about how to plug in to this ministry. 9:30 am, LOCATION
OVER THE FENCE
Looking for a resource to help you reach those “Over the Fence”? The Art of Neighboring by Dave Runyan and Jay Pathak is a great book to help you get started in reaching Over the Fence.
Put the concepts in to practice by getting to know your neighbor's names, basic facts and then their stories!