The vision of Women's Ministry is to engage, equip and empower women to be conformed to Christ so that we can serve and lead in the diverse ministries of OMPC.
Fall in to Women's Ministry! Each month this Fall, we have a special event planned to help engage (equip and empower!) women with the Word and through community. Click the link below for info on our monthly events!
Fall Bible studies begin in September and run through November. We also are offering a winter study during our 9:30 am discipleship hour in November - December! Click the link below for info and to find the one that is a fit for you!
At OMPC, we hope to be an authentic community that is real with our struggles and victories and encourages one another on to fulfill the role God has called us to as women. Click the link below to subscribe to our Friday email for weekly writings from Sue and more opportunities to plug into Women's Ministry.
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WOMEN'S PRAYER BREAKFAST
Wednesday, August 15, 8:30 - 9:30 am, The Living Room
Join women of OMPC as we gather together during our church-wide Week of Prayer to intentionally pray for the women of our church and this upcoming Fall season in the life of OMPC. We'll enjoy a breakfast together following prayer.
Our Women's Prayer Group will continue meeting weekly from 8:30-9:00 am each Wednesday morning. rom Nancy Guthrie.
IS GOD TRUSTWORTHY? making sense of our stories
with guest speaker Nancy Guthrie
September 13, 7:00 - 8:30 pm, OMPC Sanctuary $5 per person
Through suffering (and we all endure different forms of suffering), many of us get to the sticking point where we question God. We wonder about the
validity of scripture that almost seems to make in ated promises that God never intends to keep about our comfort, care and protection. If
you’ve ever wondered if God is good or if he’s trustworthy, please join us in our unique opportunity to hear from Nancy Guthrie.
COSTUMES AND KARAOKE
October 25, 6:30 pm, Barbara Lindsey's Home
Dress in your favorite costume and be ready to sing or at least cheer on others as we celebrate the fall together. As usual, prizes will be awarded to the best dressed and
the best performer!
WOMEN'S CHRISTMAS EVENT
December 4, 6:30 pm, Gym
Save the date for our annual Christmas event! Come for fellowship and Christmas shopping from some of the best handicraft artists around. More details to come.
REFRESH: WOMEN'S WEDNESDAYS
God's Decree: How Do We Know the Bible is True?
- Sue Harris
Theology of Community: The Truth About the Family of God
- Britta LaFont
Anger: Processing Our Emotions Biblically in the Heat of the Moment
- Heather Parker
Prayer: A Habit of Impact
- Val Peterson
Gift of Singleness: Why it Matters to Singles and Marrieds Alike
- Sue Harris
Healthy Guilt vs. Toxic Guilt & Shame
- Kara Jones
Theology of Suffering: What a Christian Should Expect
- Sue Harris
SERMON ON THE MOUNT by JEN WILKIN
Moms in Community (Various Teachers), Tuesdays, 9:30 - 11:00 am, S-180, Begins September 4
While the Sermon on the Mount contains some of Christ’s most well-known teachings, many of us have only read it in pieces, focusing on the Lord’s Prayer or money or the Beatitudes. What if instead, we approached these familiar passages in the way they were intended, as one uni ed sermon? Through large group teaching and small group discussion, we’ll learn from Jesus together more of what it means to be citizens of the kingdom of heaven. $12
SEEING JESUS: SEEKING AND FINDING HIM IN THE SCRIPTURES by NANCY GUTHRIE
Britta LaFont, Tuesdays, 9:00 - 10:30 am, The Living Room,
Begins September 4
Waltzing Through the Promises: 12 weeks of meditating on Old Testament readings that reveal Jesus as the promised Savior, King, and Redeemer. We will discover how to build a belief that enables us to ght and draws us to repentance. $12
HEARING JESUS SPEAK INTO YOUR SORROW by NANCY GUTHRIE
Tina Morse, Tuesdays, 6:30 - 8:00 pm, The Living Room,
Begins September 18
Sorrow comes from many places in our hearts and experiences in our lives. In this paradigm-shifting book, Nancy Guthrie gently invites readers to lean in along with her to hear Jesus speak understanding and insight into the lingering questions we all have about the hurts of life: What was God’s involvement in this, and why did he let it happen? Why hasn’t God answered my prayers for a miracle? Can I expect God to protect me? Does God even care? $15
Sue Harris, Wednesdays, 11:00 am - 12:30 pm, S-180,
Begins September 5
Many scholars have called Romans 8 the most glorious chapter in the Bible. It is the centerpiece of the book of Romans and walks the Christian through our forensic identity, our Christian life and our glorious future. We’ll launch from the best news imaginable (that there is no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus, Rom. 8:1) to embracing everyday life in the Spirit and nally into anticipation of the glory that awaits us. $12
Hoping for Something Better is an in-depth, understandable and practical Bible study of the book of Hebrews for the modern heart and mind. In the end, readers will more fully grasp the person of Jesus Christ, what he has done for us, and why we should invest our lives in drawing near to him. $12
NEW MORNING MERCIES by PAUL DAVID TRIPP
Martha Welch, Thursdays, 7:00 - 8:00 am, The Living Room, Begins September 6
Follow along with the church in New Morning Mercies. Start your day off with rich discussion and fellowship. Time
is limited to one hour for women who need to get to work.
WEDNESDAY MORNING PRAYER MINISTRY
Wednesdays, 8:30 am, The Living Room
Join us for an intimate time of worship and prayer on Wednesday mornings from 8:30 - 9:00 am. On January 10, we return to the Living Room to resume this scheduled time of praying through Scripture. All are welcome.
Led by Britta Lafont and Linda Barrett.
WINTER STUDY: THE DOCTRINE OF GOD
Sundays beginning November 11, 9:30 am
A brief study on the Doctrine of God including the Creation, God’s Word, the Trinity and his Providence. Join with the women of OMPC and work through these deep theological truths.
find one thats right for you!
Room S-185, Chad Walker, If you’re in college, graduated or just generally guring out how to adult in life, join us as we discuss and study God’s Word to navigate the highs and lows of adulting.
Room C-242, Elders. Our class for visitors and newcomers who want to know more about our church and our denomination.
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.
Room C-245, Hugh Davis, “The Road to Emmaus.” As Christ revealed who He was to two disciples on the road to Emmaus in Luke 25, God reveals through scripture that Jesus is God’s promised One to us as well.
Room C-240, Craig Branch, “Islam and Us.” This very relevant class is open to all ages to prepare us to be “salt and light” and in loving our neighbor.
Room S-180, Matt Redmond, “Romans.” The message of Romans is the hinge upon which all reality swings: the good news of sinners being justified by faith apart from works.
THE BOOK OF ACTS
Room C-246, Bobby Gardner. “The Book of Acts.” We will explore, verse-by-verse, the history of the Christian church as it spread from Jerusalem to Judea, Samaria, and the rest of the known world.
THEOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS I: CHRIST & SALVATION
Room C-244, Nink Allsbrook. This is a study of
OMPC’s foundational theological truths.