Given the recent rise in COVID-19 cases, even among vaccinated persons, the OPC Administrative Team has agreed and recommends the following updated guideline for Oakmont Presbyterian Church.
· Masking will be required of all persons entering the Church and should cover the nose and mouth.
Masks will be available in the sanctuary vestibules. Physically distant seating is available in Friendship Hall adjacent to the sanctuary.
Full details: see News & Information page, August 31, 2021 letter.
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October 24, 2021 Twenty-second Sunday after Pentecost
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Administrative Team Letter about Covid surge
August 31, 2021
Sisters and Brothers in Christ,
We had hoped that the pandemic was mostly behind us. However, the evolving understanding...
Rev. Dr. Wilson's Letter on staffing issues
July 14, 2021
Beloved in Christ,
I write to share with you an update on staffing issues for our church.
June 21, 2021
Rev. Dr. Ewing accepts another Call
We do not know the ways of God, or how God is going to direct us to our ministry. We pray for discernment and that we recognize God’s voice when He speaks...
Rev. Dr. Wilson's Most Recent Covid Update
June 9, 2021
Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
King David’s shepherd psalm affirms that the Lord led him to green pastures and still waters where his soul was restored. Given all that we have experienced in the past year...
AT HOME WAYS TO EXPLORE AND RESPOND TO GOD'S GRACE AND LOVE
October 17th Edition
"GOD CHOOSES DEBORAH AS A LEADER"
'The people of Israel were miserable. Twenty years ago, they had fought King Jabin (JAY-bin) of Canaan and lost. Ever since, the king had made life difficult for them...'
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Church for our New Missional Era
Adult Education by Zoom 9:15 a.m.
October 10, 17, 24, and 31 – Dr. Scott Hagley
Dr. Scott Hagley, Associate Professor of Missiology at the Pittsburgh Presbytery will be OPC’s CCSS speaker starting October 10. His topic will be the Church for our New Missional Era.
Sociologists have tracked the decline of Christianity in the U.S. for decades. Beginning in the 1960s, Mainline denominations began to grow older and smaller, losing their younger members to a growing population of religiously unaffiliated persons. By the end of the Twentieth Century, white evangelical communities followed suit. It is now widely accepted that Christian communities in the U.S. are undergoing new pressures and immense changes. But how should we understand these changes? And, what new possibilities for Christian faith and practice do such challenges suggest? Over the course of four weeks, we will explore reasons for the decline of Christian practice in the U.S. with a view to the question: ‘What might God be up to in this new era for the church? And, how might we join in?’
Oct. 10: Shallow Soil and Cracked Fountains
Oct. 17: Out of breath and on the road
Oct. 24: Embracing our New Missional Era
Oct. 31: Welcoming the Stranger
If you would like to receive a zoom invitation, please email Steve at email@example.com.
Jane Kinter Memorial Service
June 12, 2021
Music ~1:40, Service at 2 pm
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