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 list of classes along with the links to their Zoom Groups for Sunday morning virtual gatherings!
* Classes begin March 29; No Classes on Easter
During this time of social distancing, many groups are meeting virtually via the Zoom App.
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)
Diving Deeper (50s to early 60s): Sundays, 9:30 am, Room C-243, "A Good Confession" Team taught, led by Greg Poole
Forerunners (60s & older): Sundays, 9:30 am, Room C-240, "Guarding the Gospel of Grace" taught by Bill Rutledge
Come for a fun night of games and dessert!
COST - $365 (cost includes hotel, bus, and tickets for the Ark & Creation Museum and the National Corvette Museum)
Meet at OMPC at 6:00 am on Monday, May 18 Return to OMPC by 10:00 pm on Wednesday, May 20
Click Here to sign up.
“How to Read Your Bible”
Join us as we seek answer the FAQ’s of the Bible: how to study it, how Christians have understood it throughout history, how to apply it to our lives, and how Jesus is in all of Scripture.
A theological and practical exposition applied to current events and family matters taught by the Head of Westminster School at Oak Mountain.
The ParentU Adult Discipleship Class recognizes that parenting is an ongoing and challenging learning process. 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.
As a church, we will be using our OMPC written devotional, A Good Confession, in 2020. This class will help guide you into a deeper understanding and enjoyment of the Westminster Shorter Catechism and draw out truths that will shape your thinking and living.
“Guarding the Gospel of Grace”
A biblical exposition in how to guard the gospel in life and ministry. Learn the convictions and skills needed to protect the truths of God.
A verse-by-verse exposition of the first book of the Bible. Discover how it all began and why that makes a difference for us now. See God’s covenantal plan in action and how that impacts us still today.
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!