YOUTH GROUP GATHERINGS
Sundays after worship (11:30 a.m.)
Regular youth gatherings are a great way to build and grow connections and community. The youth will meet weekly beginning on the second Sundays of the month (no gatherings on first Sundays of the month). Join us at 11:30am. Lunch will be provided. Contact Pastor HT Lee to receive updates and announcements.
We'll also participate in monthly special activities and service projects. Contact Pastor HT if you'd like to help with youth gatherings or if you can host the youth group at your home.
youth summer retreat
Sunday, June 24 - Wednesday, June 27
School is over and we will kick off our summer with a fun retreat. The youth will learn more about each other and about Jesus as they explore who God is calling them to be. We’ll head up to the Nelson’s cabin up at Alpental and enjoy our time up there. We’ll leave after worship on Sunday, June 24 and return in the early afternoon on Wednesday, June 27.
Cost:$20 and please bring a snack to share!
vacation bible school prep & volunteering
July 16-19 Prep Week: Youth (6-12th grades) & adults are invited to help prep for VBS (July 23-27) @ OPPC.
oppc mariners game nights
Check our events page for dates & times.
All are welcome to attend (minimum of 20 people per game)
scotty prophet memorial scholarship
completed applications due May 31
Traditionally OPPC has awarded the Scotty Prophet Memorial Scholarship to deserving high school graduates for continuing education. It has also been awarded to adults when they are in need of help with education expenses. Scholarship forms are available in the office or you can receive a digital copy by clicking on the forms below. Completed applications are due back to the church office by May 31.
Scotty Prophet was an active member of OPPC in the 1980’s. An avid supporter of education, he was also Parish Associate until his death in 1987. To honor him, the Scotty Prophet Memorial Scholarship was set up to help members and their families with education expenses. These funds are supplied through donations and are not a part of the OPPC General Fund.