Opportunities


Showing grace “over the fence” might begin with serving in our church. Or we could truly look “over the fence” by getting to know our neighbors and co-workers. How can you engage every NEIGHBOR with the surprising power of grace?                                 

Click Here for “The Greatest Story: Gospel Sharing Chart” as a resource to use when sharing your own story with those “over the fence.” 

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Substitute Receptionist: Looking for friendly, dependable church members interested in working as a substitute receptionist as needed. Duties include answering the phone and greeting visitors. Training is provided. Info: Christy Scotch

Part-time Stagehand: The Worship Ministry is hiring a part-time stagehand (20-25 hrs/week). Hours include Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings. Info: Wes Smith 


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Serve the church


First impressions and friendly faces make or break a newcomer’s experience at OMPC. Join the team that serves the church Sunday mornings as door holders, stationed greeters or Welcome Center managers, providing a positive first impression and overall experience for all who enter our doors! Contact Chad Walker to join the team. 



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Serve with Oak Kids


Plant seeds of truth in the lives of our Oak Kids!                                  

Opportunities to be a Seed Planter include:

  • The R.O.C.K. Sunday evenings (5:30 – 7:00 pm)
  • Elementary Discipleship Sunday mornings (9:30 – 10:30 am)
  • Kids Worship (during 10:45 am service)
  • Preschool Classes (Sunday mornings during all three services)
  • Porch Light Ministry (Foster and adoptive care support)
  • Vacation Bible School (first week of June)
  • Crossroads (5th and 6th Grade discipleship Sunday mornings and/or evenings)

Contact Whitney Browder to get plugged in. 



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Night to Shine at OMPC


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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