Where to Get Involved
We partner with several urban programs, initiatives and churches to foster and deepen relationships and provide opportunities for racial reconciliation across the city of Birmingham.
THANKSGIVING BOX SERVICE DAY
November 17, 8:00 am, Fairfield High School and South Park Baptist Church. Help pack Thanksgiving food boxes alongside our partner churches Urban Hope and South Park Baptist. Our goal is to sponsor and pack 300 boxes to be distributed to their communities. Click Here to sponsor a box for $30 and/or sign up to help pack on Nov. 17! Info: Mark Long
City Initiative Ministry Partners
Monies that have been freed up through our debt reduction campaign, Here & Now, are strategically given toward Birmingham city initiatives that have distinctive justice and mercy components and a concern for racial reconciliation. Our desire is to impact our city HERE and NOW.
Interested in being on the City Initiatives Partner team? Contact Andy Beck for more info.
Hurricane Michael Disaster Relief
Oak Mountain Presbyterian Church is in the formative stages of building a Disaster Response Team, but our complete planning process to launch this program is a few months away from completion, and we recognize there are many who would like to help now.
Below are ways you can help now:
PRAY for those affected and those responding!
- Bring supplies to the US Impact Community Picnic THIS SUNDAY. Items such as bottled water, diapers, non-perishable foods, etc., will be collected at the Disaster Response Team table which will be set up by the basketball court.
- On Sunday, October 21, we will collect our special Communion Sunday offering, which will go toward hurricane victims across the US.
- If you would like to give online before then, click here and designate the gift toward MERCY – with the line “Hurricane Relief”.
- Register as a disaster response volunteer now! OMPC will have our own registration at a later date, but if you have the time, skills, and resources to help, you can sign up directly with MNA Disaster Response here.
Click here for more information on MNA Disaster Relief.
Contact Tim Turner for more info.