• Welcome to Oak Mountain

    We hope you'll join us Sunday mornings at 8:15 am or 10:45 am for worship. Our worship style is contemporary, with a programming balance of praise songs and traditional hymns of the Church. Our message each week presents the gospel of grace as it relates to our salvation and to our relationships with God and each other. Sunday School classes meet each week at 9:30 am.

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  • Discover OMPC

    Each week, we offer a Discover OMPC Adult Discipleship class at 9:30 am. This is the perfect class to attend if you are interested in learning more about OMPC. Join us for our One-Day Discover OMPC Class on Sunday, July 9 from 9:30 am - 1:30 pm. This one-day class will walk you through all four weeks of Discover OMPC Sunday School. Lunch is provided. Contact Shelly to RSVP.

    Normally on Sunday evenings our Senior Pastor, Bob Flayhart, leads a Newcomer's LIFE! Group at 5:30 pm. This group will resume later in the summer.

    Contact Shelly Richardson, Visitor Coordinator, for more info. 

  • Our Denomination

    OMPC is a congregation of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). For more information, contact the church office or click here

  • Our Services

    8:15 AM | Intimate Service with Unplugged Music
    10:45 AM | Contemporary with a Vibrant Environment
    9:30 AM | Sunday School

  • Location

    5080 Cahaba Valley Trace
    Birmingham, AL 35242 Get Directions
    info@ompc.org | (205) 995-9265

     

Women's Ministries

Women's Ministries

Thoughts from Sue: June 23

Summer is my favorite time of the year. I love warm weather and long days. But, summers are difficult in some ways...

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Thoughts from Sue: June 16

“Holiness only appears to be abnormal. The truth is, holiness is normal, to be anything else is to be abnormal. Being a saint is simply being the person God made me to be.” James S. Howell...

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Thoughts from Sue: June 9

God made me. That was the theme for VBS this week. I know that because my t-shirt says it. I know that because my nephew says it. A lot...

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Thoughts from Sue: May 26

About a year ago, I watched a young lifeguard pull a man out of the raging ocean. He saved his life. I’ve actually seen this happen twice. Both victims were grown men, looked to be in shape, were strong and somewhat surprised that they were in danger. The ocean is powerful...

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Women’s Ministry Summer

Read more to find out how you can get involved this summer with our Summer Suppers and Summer Bible Study...

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Thoughts from Sue: May 19

About a year ago, I was at a training for missionaries who were heading all around the globe. The week-long training was entitled: Living in Grace...

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Thoughts From Sue: May 12

Years ago, I was in Kenya working with an AIDS care ministry. The sick would come to the church and people in the church would feed them...

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Thoughts From Sue: May 5

Now I’m singing Lenny Kravitz. Do you ever feel like you don’t have enough time in the day to complete a thought, finish a conversation or even complete a task? That’s sometimes how I experience life...

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Thoughts From Sue: April 28

At the Moms in Community study this week, we talked about how busyness sometimes owns our lives: the tyranny of the urgent. I was reminded about how the Father’s to do list is a little more important than mine and often not how I plan it....

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Thoughts From Sue: April 21

About a year ago, I realized that my friend was driving a car that should’ve been impounded. No. Seriously. She lived where cars didn’t have to pass an emissions test, so she took full advantage of that. Since I have somewhat of a hero complex, I determined that I would give her my old Ford Taurus (still running okay but had close to 200,000 miles on it) and buy a shiny new car for myself. I know. Pretty impressive. I remember that I actually thought in my head...

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Contact Us

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Our Address

5080 Cahaba Valley Trace
Birmingham, AL 35242
info@ompc.org   (205) 995-9265

Location

We are located at the corner of HWY 119 and State Road 14, about 5 miles South of 280 on 119.
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