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Monday Morning Recap for Sunday – February 11, 2018

Yesterday was our last Sunday before Lent begins.  Lent starts this Wednesday with Ash wednesday – and is 40 days and 40 nights before Easter.  It’s a time for pause, reflection, repentance and lament.  Our worship sets over the next few weeks will allow us some opportunities to slow our pace a bit and be more reflective.

We opened yesterday with All My Fountains

After the call to worship we sang Lay Me Down, Grace That is Greater Than All Our Sin, To Him and O Come to the Altar

Our offering song was My Victory – sung by Carlee Green.


Monday Morning Recap for Sunday – Febraury 4, 2018

It’s hard to believe that we’re already into February.  The year is already flying by – and we’ll be into March and our March 18th special worship service before you know it!  If you’d like to join us in choir – now is the perfect time to get involved.  We rehearse every Wednesday night from 6-7 in the choir room.  Drinks, snacks and childcare are provided and NO singing experience is necessary!

We opened yesterday with Glorious Day.

After the call to worship we sang This is Amazing Grace, All Hail the Pow’r of Jesus Name, The Stand, What a Beautiful Name and Holy Holy Holy (just verse 3).

Our offering song was Broken Vessels, sung by Jenny Pruitt.

Monday Morning Recap for Sunday – January 28, 2018

Yesterday morning was a choir Sunday.  I feel like everytime I write the recap for a choir sunday I always type “I love choir Sundays” and I really do – they’re my favorite.  I love having that many people coming together to lead OMPC in worship.  It’s such a fun fellowship/community group that just happens to sing music.  If you’ve thought about joining us – please do!  We meet on Wednesday nights from 6-7 in the choir room and provide drinks, snacks and childcare.

We opened yesterday with Unstoppable God

After the call to worship we sang Amazing God, Jesus, Amazing Grace (Chains are Gone) and Jesus Only Jesus

Our offering song was one of my favorites from All Sons and Daughters called All the Poor and Powerless


Monday Morning Recap for Sunday – January 21, 2018

Yesterday kicked off our week of prayer here at OMPC.  Bob preached on prayer from Acts, and our week is devoted to praying for the various ministries of Oak Mountain, our community, and our world.  Feel free to join us!  Click here for more information from our website

We opened yesterday with All My Fountains

After our call to worship we sang Now Thank We All Our God (which may or may not have been set to Everybody Wants to Rule the World), Good Good Father, Let It Be Jesus, and This I Believe (the Creed)

Our offering song was a tune that I’ve loved singing since he released it – Break Through by Tommy Walker.

Monday Morning Recap for Sunday – January 14, 2018

Yesterday’s worship set focused our thoughts on the Holy Spirit, and the prayer for the Spirit’s work to fall on us at OMPC.

We opened with Awake My Soul – a hymn re-write from an Isaac Watts hymn text.

After the call to worship we sang Soul on Fire, O 4 a 1000 Tongues (with the Crowder chorus), Savior King, and Oceans.

Our offering song was a new tune (to OMPC) called Holy Spirit.  And since no fewer than 42 Christian artists have done their rendition of this tune – we used Francesca Battistelli’s roadmap.

Join us in choir!  We’ve resumed rehearsals and are preparing for our “Not Really Palm Sunday Spectacular Spectacular” which will be on March 18.

Monday Morning Recap for Sunday – January 7, 2018

We started a new year of worship at OMPC yesterday, and also kicked off a new church-wide devotional with Paul Tripp’s “New Morning Mercies.”  If you haven’t picked up your copy yet – you can do so at the church.  It’s free – one per family.

We opened yesterday with May Jesus Christ Be Praised.

After our call to worship we sang Arise, The Same Love, There is a Fountain, and Before the Throne of God Above

Our offering song was Greater, sort of set to Sailing by Christopher Cross.

Join us this week as we kick off our normal choir rehearsal schedule, and start preparing for our spring worship service – set for March 18.


Monday Morning Recap for Sunday – December 31, 2017

We put 2017 in the books yesterday.  It’s been a great year for the Worship Ministry at OMPC.  Great folks involved in using their musical and technical gifts to glorify God, and our worship and musical community growing closer together in fellowship and community.

Yesterday was just me at the piano, and Chad Walker – our Director of Outreach and Young Professionals delivering the message.

We opened yesterday with Come Ye Sinners.

After the call to worship we sang Your Grace is Enough, Lord I Need You, O Come to the Altar, and How Deep the Father’s Love for Us.

Our offering song was Mercy.

Join us in just 9 days for the spring kickoff for worship choir as we start preparing for our March 18 music service.

Monday Morning Recap for Sunday – December 24, 2017

Yesterday we put the 2017 Advent Season in the books with our 10:45 morning service and our two usual Christmas Eve services at 5 and 6:30.  Yesterday we celebrated the Angel’s Candle – signifying the annunciation of Christ and His birth.

We opened yesterday morning with Even So Come.

After the call to worship we sang Joyful, Angels We Have Heard on High with Beautiful One, Angels From the Realms of Glory, and What a Beautiful Name

Our offering song was You’re Here – sung by Kala Waldron.

For our evening services, we opened with Our God Saves.

After the call to worship we sang Joy to the World, Hark the Herald, How He Loves, and O Little Town of Bethlehem.

Carlee Green then sang Noel and Rob Bright read the Christmas Story.

Lynne Means sung her beautiful rendition of O Holy Night and after Bob’s homily we closed with a candle-lit Silent Night.


Monday Morning Recap for Sunday – December 17, 2017

Sunday was the 3rd Sunday of Advent – the “shepherd’s candle” with which we celebrate the joy the shepherds first experienced when hearing about and witnessing the birth of our Savior.

We opened Sunday with Unstoppable God.

After the call to worship we sang Joy to the World, Forever Reign, O Come All Ye Faithful and Great Are You Lord.

Our offering song was Labor of Love – sung so well by Jenny Pruitt.

Join us this Sunday for a 10:45 morning service (no 8:15) which will be a “normal” Sunday morning service, along with communion, and then our 5 and 6:30 Christmas Eve Services.