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February Worship

The Biggest Annual Mood Shift
This month, the bright season of Epiphany delivers us into the shadowed season of Lent. Epiphany – focused on humans discovering what God reveals – ends on Transfiguration Sunday, and Lent begins just three days later, on Ash Wednesday. We shift from starlight & mountaintop to confronting our mortality. It may seem jarring but threading through it all is God’s infinite love and grace. Come experience what that means!

2/4 = Isaiah 40:21-31 & Mark 1:21-39 (Communion Sunday)
2/11 = 2 Corinthians 4:3-6 & Mark 9:2-9 (Transfiguration Sunday)
2/14 = Isaiah 58:1-12 & Psalm 51:1-17 (Ash Wednesday)
2/18 = Genesis 9:8-17 & Psalm 25:1-10 (1st Sunday of Lent)
2/25 = Genesis 17:1-7, 15-16 & Mark 8:31-38 (2nd Sunday of Lent)

Worship Online

Each Sunday, we go live on our Facebook page shortly before worship begins. You can use this time to greet one another in the comments!


If you have any questions or problems with viewing our videos, please email [email protected] so that we can investigate any issue.


Worship at OPC is intentional in liturgy, creative in expression, and relaxed in atmosphere. Hymns are traditionally sung along with an organ or piano, although sometimes with more contemporary instrument arrangements. Our chancel choir practices at 9:45am on Sunday mornings and sings an anthem during the Sunday morning service. Our hand bell choir practices Wednesday evenings at 6:45pm and generally plays once a month during Sunday morning services. Let us know if you would like to share your gift of music with us!