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.
Plug in to Women's Ministry! Throughout the summer, we have opportunities to engage (equip and empower!) women with the Word and through community. Click the link below for info on events this Spring!
Join us for Refresh: Women's Wednesdays where we will discuss topics pertaining to the practical theology of day-to-day Christian living. Click the link below for the topics and speakers lined up this summer!
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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Tuesday, May 14, 6:30 pm, Sue Harris' Home
Bring your favorite dish to share and enjoy time of fun and fellowship. Back by popular demand: Trivia with awesome prizes!
REFRESH: WOMEN'S WEDNESDAYS
Wednesdays, June 12 - July 24, 7:00 - 8:30 pm, S-180
Stay connected with community at OMPC this summer through weekly times of dessert, fellowship and engaging with God's Word on topics pertaining to the practical theology of day-to-day Christian living. Come every week or drop in when you can!
TOPIC & SPEAKER SCHEDULE
BATTLE FOR WOMEN'S HEARTS
August 22 - 25, Alabama 4-H Center
The Battle for the Heart discipleship process has been a life-changing experience for hundreds at OMPC. Through a weekend retreat and follow up curriculum, you and a small group of women will learn how to live fully from the heart.
Are you ready to enter into the Battle?
REFRESH: WOMEN'S WEDNESDAYS
Developing Deep Friendships in Our Crowded Schedules
- Sue Harris
The Brain & the Gospel: Walking with Hope Through Learning Disabilities
- Ken Jones
When Your Formulas and Fixes Don't Work, God's Love Still Holds
- Nancy Carroll
Racial Reconciliation and the Gospel of Grace
- Sandra Hardy
Learning to Love Your Story: What Evil Intended for Harm, God Intended for Good
- Heather Parker
Human Sexuality: What the Bible Says and What it Doesn't
- Sue Harris
EVEN BETTER THAN EDEN by NANCY GUTHRIE
Jessica Hale, Tuesdays, 11:00 am - 12:30 pm, S-185
The Bible’s story is often summarized as creation, fall, redemption and restoration. Yet the future is not headed toward merely a restoration of Eden’s goodness but toward a new glory. This study will trace nine themes that run from Genesis to Revelation, revealing how God’s plan for the new creation will be far more glorious than the original. $10. Childcare available.
CHOOSE JOY by KAY WARREN
Tina Morse, Tuesdays, 6:30 - 8:00 pm, The Living Room,
Ever wonder why some people seem to experience joy in their daily lives--even in the tough times--and others can’t seem to nd it no matter how hard they search? Is a joy- lled life really possible? During this ten-week study, we will be loosely following along with Kay Warren’s book Choose Joy and learning what the Lord says about joy. $10
THE GOSPEL OF LUKE
Sue Harris, Wednesdays, 11:00 am - 12:30 pm, S-180,
Luke, the Gentile doctor, carefully and meticulously gathered this “orderly account” of Jesus’ life and ministry. Join us as we examine this Gospel that seems to go out of its way to nd the outcast and marginalized. $5. Childcare available.
MORNING AND EVENING by CHARLES SPURGEON
Martha Welch, Thursdays, 7:00 am, Paula Klein's Home
Journey alongside other women through the church-wide devotional Morning and Evening by Charles Spurgeon. This group will gather weekly to pray together and encourage one another while digging deeper into the devotional study.
Whether it’s a kitchen renovation, a hairstyle makeover, or a weight-loss success story, our culture idolizes the idea of “Before & After.” We often want to skip the hard stuff in between, but God ordains purpose in the process. In this Lenten study, we will examine the gospel, working to redeem in the middle places.
WEDNESDAY MORNING PRAYER MINISTRY
Wednesdays, 8:30 am, The Living Room
Join us for an intimate time of worship and prayer on Wednes- day mornings. Come when you can for this scheduled time of praying through Scripture. Kick-off Breakfast: January 9, 8:30 - 9:30 am.
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.