The vision of our Adult Discipleship Classes is to apply Christ's Lordship in every area of life. Classes are organized by age/stage, but all are welcome to attend any class! Click the link below for the full class listing and descriptions.
Contact Chad Walker to get plugged into a group that's a fit for you!
Join us for the Men's Fall Kickoff on August 29 at 6:00 pm at the Youth House! Come fellowship with other men, while enjoying BBQ from Rodney Scott's Whole Hog BBQ ($12 per person). Click Here to register.
Check our Church calendar for upcoming men's events, and mark your calendar for our monthly Men's Final Fridays, breakfast at 6:15 am in the Gym on the last Friday of every month.
Be still before the Lord and wait patiently for Him - Psalm 37:7
Come to me, all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest - Matthew 11:28
A Silent Retreat gives you the space to experience a non-structured time with periods of silence for waiting, listening, dreaming, watching, walking, and journaling. It provides the space to allow unprocessed events in life - unresolved conversations, situations, and decisions - to come to the forefront. These times of holy leisure can be profound and can often move you in unexpected directions.
Cost: $300 per person; $500 per couple. Register through the link below. Contact Greg Poole for more info.
Battle for the Women's Heart: August 22 - 25. 2019
$550 Semi-private (Non-OMPC Member)
$500 Dorm (Non-OMPC Member)
Next Steps (50s to early 60s): Sundays, 9:30 am, Room C-246, "Gospel Life in the Millennium" taught by Tom Patton
Tyndale (60s & older): Sundays, 9:30 am, Room C-240, "Attributes of God" taught by Hugh Davis
Our next Forerunners lunch is with Eric Smith of Medicare Advisors of Alabama. Eric will join us to give advice and answer questions about navigating the intricacies of Medicare. Lunch cost: $10
RSVP through the link below.
Ride the train to New Orleans and back with other Forerunners from OMPC! Enjoy the World War II Museum and wonderful New Orleans dining.
$750 for private room
$485 per person for couple or two singles sharing a room
Registration deadline and full payment due on October 5.
($150 deposit due at registration, remainder due on October 5)
Register through the link below!
Meet at OMPC at 9:00 am to carpool, or at the museum at 9:30 am. Our tour is scheduled for 9:45 am with lunch following.
Wednesday, December 18: Christmas Caroling
“Rites of Passage for 20s”
A rite of passage is an important act or event that marks a passage from one stage of life to another. Your 20s are full of them, so explore them together seeing how God uses these for our good and his glory.
Dive into the life and words of King Jesus himself as we walk through the Gospel according to Matthew.
In this study, we will learn what it means to live as a true disciple of Jesus Christ. We will discover that disciples live by faith, are serious students of God’s Word, and live for something greater than themselves. ParentU hopes to provide a community for parents and offer a collection of grace-driven lessons designed to encourage and challenge parents of JrHi and SrHi students.
“Gospel Life in the Millenium.”
The books of I & II Thessalonians are very applicable studies for the church today. Christians in Thessalonica were dealing with how to live out their Christian life and values in the midst of a very secular and hostile environment. We will consider Paul’s timeless instructions and how we might live faithfully in our post-modern world.
“Attributes of God.”
This class is designed to show us the wonder, glory and the joy of knowing God better and better. It is based on master Christian classics such as Knowing God by J.I. Packer.
Young Professional I (20s), S-185, Dylan Evans
Young Professionals II (30s), C-241, Chad Walker
Join us Sunday mornings for a class specifically designed for Young Professionals of OMPC! For 20s and 30s moving from one life stage to the next, come explore how God uses our “rites of passage” for our good and His glory.
Connect with other Young Professionals through our weekly socials. Wind down from your busy work week at Cahaba Brewing at 6:00 pm. Check out the Fall Calendar for other opportunities to connect!
Put the concepts in to practice by getting to know your neighbor's names, basic facts and then their stories!