• Welcome to Oak Mountain

    We hope you'll join us Sunday mornings at 8:15 am or 10:45 am for worship. Our worship style is contemporary, with a programming balance of praise songs and traditional hymns of the Church. Our message each week presents the gospel of grace as it relates to our salvation and to our relationships with God and each other. Sunday School classes meet each week at 9:30 am.

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  • Discover OMPC

    Each week, we offer a Discover OMPC Adult Discipleship class at 9:30 am. This is the perfect class to attend if you are interested in learning more about OMPC. Normally on Sunday evenings our Senior Pastor, Bob Flayhart, leads a Newcomer's Life Group at 5:30 pm. This group will resume this Fall.


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  • Our Denomination

    OMPC is a congregation of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). For more information, contact the church office or click here

  • Our Services

    8:15 AM | Intimate Service with Unplugged Music
    10:45 AM | Contemporary with a Vibrant Environment
    9:30 AM | Sunday School

  • Location

    5080 Cahaba Valley Trace
    Birmingham, AL 35242 Get Directions
    info@ompc.org | (205) 995-9265

     

Showing Grace as a Way of Life: October

Showing Grace as a Way of Life: October

For the first 3 months of Showing Grace as a Way of Life, we are focusing on Showing/ Demonstrating Grace. Last month we encouraged you to identify a natural sphere of life where you would like to focus on showing grace. Genesis 1 says we are made to fill our domain with good. Jeremiah 29 calls the people of God in the normal avenues of life to “seek the welfare of the city, and in it, you will find your welfare. So, in October, we encourage you to explore this question:

Within the natural sphere of life I am focusing on showing grace, how might I connect with others to RENEW what is broken?

We are accustomed to thinking about individual brokenness, but it also includes collective brokenness within a sphere of life. Because of the fall, brokenness is all around us physically, relationally, emotionally, organizationally, and spiritually. So, as believers in redemption we are called to be people who renew, shalom – reversing the curse where we live, work and play.

Here are some examples of connecting with others to RENEW what is broken:

Where you live:

  • A young family who lives in a neighborhood full of other young families is throwing a Halloween party for the neighborhood.
  • A family who lives near a widow who adores their kids is rallying other neighborhood families to do some much needed yardwork.

Where you work:

  • An investment advisor whose industry is driven by numbers and formulas, is spending time to get to know his clients’ stories so he might work towards a portfolio that is driven by their values and unique needs.
  • A businessman in a large company where camaraderie and work ethic is low is creating ways to involve others in his projects with goals that reach high and fosters relationships.

Where you play:

  • A young family who goes to a park on Saturdays is introducing themselves to other families they see there
  • At a rock-climbing gym, a member is asking fellow climbers questions about their lives before and after climbing.

As we see brokenness in these ways, we want to take a step of connecting with others to RENEW what is broken. Consider how you might take this step in your natural sphere of life.

Posted: 10.26.2015 in Outreach Ministry Share:

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5080 Cahaba Valley Trace
Birmingham, AL 35242
info@ompc.org   (205) 995-9265

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We are located at the corner of HWY 119 and State Road 14, about 5 miles South of 280 on 119.
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