Adult Discipleship Classes

Applying Christ’s Lordship in Every Area of Life. This new vision of discipleship begins Jan 6, with classes organized by age (but you can attend any class that interests you!). Next Steps (50s & 60s) is our featured class for the Spring and will focus on “Christ-Centered Mentoring,” taught by Ken Jones. 


The Treehouse Early Learning Center at OMPC is an outreach ministry of Oak Kids that serves the surrounding community. Our desire is to provide families with a safe, quality program for their children from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. Children must be at least 12 months old as of September 1 and walking to enroll. Click Here for more info on Treehouse.

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FOR PARENTS OF CHILDREN AND YOUTH

February 1 & 2. Parents of children and youth, don’t miss this very practical two-day conference at Oak Mountain Pres. Church focusing on relevant topics discussed by community leaders, experts and professionals. Topics ranging from discipline, the power to say no and mom guilt to teen addiction, FOMO, and making room for family time (plus more!) will be covered at this event.  Click here for the conference schedule and session topics.          

The link below is live to register at the early bird rate! Childcare is provided for children infants through 6th grade.                                                                   

Before Dec 15: $15/person; $25/couple

After Dec 15: $20/person; $30/couple

Info: communications@ompc.org


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The Tim Tebow Foundation’s Night to Shine is coming to Birmingham for the first time ever and will be hosted right here at Oak Mountain Presbyterian Church! 

Night to Shine is an unforgettable prom night experience designed specifically for people with special needs, ages 14 and older. Every guest will enter on a red carpet, complete with a warm welcome from a friendly crowd and paparazzi. Once inside they will receive the royal treatment including hair and makeup stations, shoe shining areas, limousine rides, corsages and boutonnieres. The event culminates with each guest crowned as king or queen of the prom. The purpose of Night to Shine is to demonstrate to people with special needs that God loves them and that they are worthy.

If you would like to attend as an honored guest or if you would like to serve as a “buddy” to an honored guest or volunteer for the night, please register through the link below. 

Info: Kala Waldron

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2019 Devotional

Morning and Evening by Charles Spurgeon. Keep in the Word with OMPC in 2019! Pick up your copy of our church-wide devotional on Sundays or at the OMPC Receptionist Desk during the week. One per household, please.