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.
The Women's Ministry hosts events each month to help women engage with one another and with the Father. Click the link below to view the listing of events this Spring!
Spring Bible Studies begin in January and continue through April. Studies are offered at various times, dates and locations. Click the link below for a full listing of Women's Spring Bible studies.
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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TOPICS WITH SUE
January 31, 7:00 pm, S-185
Join with other women of OMPC as we discuss in an open forum hot topics from a biblical worldview. Bring your thoughts, questions and your friends. This month’s topic: Women in Leadership
TASTE AND SEE
February 13, 6:30 pm, S-180
God is using the women of OMPC to impact the world, could He use you? Join together to hear the challenge and call of taking grace to the nations. Catered Dinner: $10
MINISTRY PARTNER LUNCH AND PANEL
February 27, 11:00 am, S-180
Let’s honor the women who are here for our mission’s conference with a luncheon, panel discussion and prayer. Join us for bible study at 9:30 am, followed by the lunch and panel. Catered lunch: $5
TOPICS WITH SUE
March 22, 9:00 am & 7:00 pm, S-185
Join with other women of OMPC as we discuss in an open forum hot topics from a biblical worldview. Bring your thoughts, questions and your friends.
This month’s topic: When Someone You Love Says, "I'm Gay"
WOMEN'S BEACH RETREAT
April 26 - 29, Blue Mountain Beach, 30A, FL
Cost: $235; Non-refundable deposit: $100; Balance due: March 12
Pull away from your busy schedule for a time of rest and refreshment with our heavenly Father and the women of OMPC. Click the link below to register.
Melody Lovvorn, Mondays, 6:30 pm, C-241
Route 1520 is a community for women who struggle with sexual brokenness and/or who have been through betrayal by someone struggling with pornography or various forms of sexual brokenness. Having a safe place to process these emotions within gospel community allows healing and freedom.
EXODUS by JEN WILKIN
Moms in Community, Tuesdays 9:30 am, S-180
Join us as we trace God's story of redemption through the first half of the book of Exodus, from the Israelites' slavery in Egypt to the edge of the Promise Land. Through large group teaching and small group discussion, we'll visit familiar accounts with fresh eyes to see the deliverance and presence God offered Moses and the Israelites--the same rescue he offers each of us! $5
Sue Harris, Wednesdays, 11:00 am, S-180
When’s the last time you studied, I mean REALLY studied, the book of Ruth? It’s chock full of grace, redemption and so much more. We’ll learn to see Ruth, Boaz and Naomi with new eyes. Join other women of OMPC for an inductive study on the book of Ruth where we’ll learn how to unpack the narratives of the Bible. $5
NEW MORNING MERCIES by PAUL DAVID TRIPP
Martha Welch, Thursdays 6 am, Teresa Whittle’s Home
Follow along with the church in The Blue Book and come discuss the chapter in preparation for Bob’s Sunday sermon each week. Start your day off with rich discussion and fellowship. Time is limited to one hour for women trying 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.
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.