Monday Morning Recap for Sunday – August 9, 2020

Yesterday marked week 22 of corona worship. We celebrated communion and are in our 2nd week of a month-long process of receiving our new members since the Corvid started. Our setlist consisted of Lay Me Down, Lord I Need You and What a Beautiful Name

Monday Morning Recap for Sunday – July 19, 2020

I was out yesterday as I most likely have the Corvids, awaiting test results. In fact – all five of us have the Corvids. We appreciate your prayers. In my absence, Landon Ditto stepped right in and knocked it out. So great having such a great team of folks to serve with. The setlist was Great Things, How He Loves …

Monday Morning Recap for Sunday – June 21, 2020

We’re through with week 15 of the Coronavirus worship season. I don’t have much to say about it – i’m really ready to get back to “normal” as a church and a community. I miss singing a full worship set, and seeing everyone at the same time in the sanctuary! We sang Glorious Day, King of My Heart and Living …

Monday Morning Recap for Sunday – June 14, 2020

Coronavirus week 14, and our 2nd Sunday back with live services at OMPC. Our worship song sets are much shorter in this season to comply with CDC guidelines. Therefore our set was Unstoppable God, Who You Say I Am and I Stand Amazed

Monday Morning Recap for Sunday – June 7, 2020

Coronavirus week 13, MK 3 is in the books. We opened worship services back up to the public yesterday – 8:15, 10:45 and a 4:30 service, plus overflow in our gym. If you’d like to join us in person for this new season, you need to make a reservation, which you can do at ompc.org/events Our worship sets are much …

Monday Morning Recap for Sunday – May 31, 2020

Yesterday was Coronavirus worship week 12, but our first test worship service with real people back in the sanctuary at OMPC. We’re hoping to start public services this coming Sunday (with very specific requirements and restrictions). You can find out more by visiting ompc.org/coronavirus Our worship sets will be shorter for the time being, in order to meet CDC guidelines …