AT OUMC


Congregational Care Programs

Our dedicated Congregational Care volunteers offer ministries to meet the spiritual, emotional, physical, and relational needs of our church family and community.

  • Sunday Usher; Greeters

  • Guest; New Member Ministry

  • Church-Wide Meals; Potlucks

 

Shepherd Care Program

  

Our Shepherding Program is designed to carry a ministry of concern beyond the Sunday Church. It’s intended to ensure that all members feel cared for by their church family with a team of amazing members assuming the responsibility for other families in the church. The Shepherding Coordinator and team will organize meals for their assigned families.

For more information, contact Sheila Allison.

 

Volunteers for Children & Student Programs

Our church has adopted the Ministry Safe program to assure the safety of our children. This process offers the most comprehensive screening strategies and forms. It’s our opinion that a fine-tuned screening process is far more effective than even the best background check. Creating a completely safe environment for children, students and adults is very important to us. In order for our Children and Students programs to succeed, we need volunteers to help encourage, mentor and teach them about the Word of God.

For more information, contact Pam Craig to start the Ministry Safe Program.


Stephen Ministry

Stephen Ministers are lay caregivers who are equipped and empowered to provide high-quality, confidential, Christ-centered care to people who are hurting. If you’d like to be trained to become a Stephen Minister, or you would like to talk to one, please contact Tom Davis.