One Anothering

Through this program members of our congregation visit other members who may be shut in or are otherwise restricted in their ability to get out. The purpose of these regular visits is to share the care of the congregation for those being visited.

Requests for visits or to volunteer to be a One Anothering Visitor should go to Jane Summey Mullennix.

Fellowship

Fellowship opportunities have included:

  • Chili Cook-Off - February, noon.
  • Vacation Bible School - June, mornings
  • Trunk or Treat/Fall Festival - Oct. 24, 2021 (5 p.m.)
  • Fall Weekend at Montreat (NC) - Oct. 15-17, 2021
Chalk Paint Prayers

Chalk Paint Prayers

On June 12, the Congregation came together for scripture, prayers and community, creating beautiful images and promises from the Bible, as a testimony of God's faithfulness.

The aim of the DeaconCare Program is to: Connect people to God, in worship, fellowship, and service, Connect people to each other in the life of the congregation and its mission in the world. By connecting we offer, share and receive God's care and participate in the work to which God has called us. Read More
Friendship Fellowship

Luncheon & Programs -- click here.
11:45 a.m.-1:00 p.m., Fellowship Hall
Cost $5/person at the OAPC Welcome Center
Community welcome! No reservation required.
Future dates to be determined.

Pandemic Fatigue -- Are you feeling exhausted from all the disruptions to life brought on by the pandemic? If so, you don't have to face it alone. Read More
Coping with COVID-19 & Other Life Challenges
The Congregational Care Committee asked the Reverend Randy McSpadden, PC (USA) pastor and Pastoral Counselor, to provide some “Little Talks” on coping with the challenges of these stressful days,
drawing from the resources of our faith. 
Click here for thoughtful words of encouragement.

1. Fear

2. Anxiety

3. Depression