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 Fall, we have opportunities to engage (equip and empower!) women with the Word and through community. Click the link below for info on events this Fall!
This Fall we have Bible studies structured with Christ-centered teaching, fellowship and discipleship that will lead you to love the Lord with all your heart, soul, mind and strength! Experience surprising growth alongside other women at OMPC through one of our studies! Click the link below for more info on dates, times and opportunities offered.
FALL 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: SEXUALITY
August 20, 6:30 pm, S-180
What does the Bible say about our sexuality?
IT'S ALL IN YOUR HEAD! > JULIE SPARKMAN
September 26, 6:30 pm, OMPC Gym Dinner Provided ($5)
Connect with Women's Ministry this Fall through our featured event, hosting OMPC member Julie Sparkman as our guest speaker! Invite a friend and come enjoy dinner, fellowship, and a challenging and encouraging message from Julie.
SUPPER AT SUE'S
October 27, 6:30 pm, Sue Harris' Home
More info to come!
WOMEN'S CHRISTMAS EVENT
December 3, 6:30 pm, OMPC Gym
More info to come!
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
SITTING AT THE FEET OF RABBI JESUS by ANN SPANGLER & LOIS TVERBERG
Linda Barrett, Tuesdays, 9:30 am, S-185
Come learn and practice Sitting at the Feet of Rabbi Jesus and review familiar teachings in the light of 1st Century Jewish culture. The class will give new insight and inspire excitement about the roots of our Christian faith. There will be teaching, interaction, and a study guide for processing between each week’s lessons. $12. Childcare available.
TO KNOW CHRIST
Sue Harris, Tuesdays, 6:30 - 8:00 pm, S-180,
What exactly do we believe about Jesus? Many of your questions will be answered and the mysteries pondered about our Master and Savior Jesus Christ as we walk through
this soon-to-be classic devotional, Ichthus: Jesus Christ, God’s Son, the Saviour by Derek Thomas and Sinclair Ferguson. The work for this study will be completed during class with personal application questions and small group discussion. $12. Childcare reimbursement available
Karon Harmon, Wednesdays, 11:00 am, S-185,
Are you longing to dig deeper into passages of Scripture this Fall? If so, join us as we learn interpretive rules and skills and apply them to the first letter written by the disciple whom Jesus loved. A 1 John Scripture Journal will be provided. All work will be done in class via participation and small group discussion. $5. Childcare available.
NONE LIKE HIM by JEN WILKIN
Martha Welch, Thursdays, 7:00 am, Paula Klein's Home
None Like Him was written to direct our understanding of 10 unique attributes of God alone. This insightful study will expand your view of God while examining the condition of your own heart. The study includes reading, Scripture meditation, and four insightful questions through each week’s lesson. $15
WEDNESDAY MORNING PRAYER MINISTRY
Wednesdays, 8:30 am, The Living Room
Join us for an intimate time of worship and prayer on Wednesday mornings. Come when you can for this scheduled time of praying through Scripture.
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.