Lord’s Day Schedule
09:30 a.m. – Covenant Renewal Worship
10:40 a.m. – Fellowship Break
11:15 a.m. – Christian Education
We believe that Lord’s Day Covenant Renewal Worship is the culmination of a week of worship. The Scriptures call us to present ourselves as living sacrifices (Romans 12:1), so every day is to be a Christ-intoxicated day of worship. In addition, our families meet for worship as families daily in their homes. Family worship is a primary tool for training our children in the Scriptures and in worship, and also is an important daily time of praise and discipleship.
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Our men meet often for a time of Bible study and fellowship. Our ladies also meet for fellowship and Bible study each month. There are two seasons of Sunday School every year. Additionally, Providence offers a Summer Book Study every year. Other services include monthly Vespers’ prayer services, monthly fellowship meals, Shrove Tuesday celebration, Holy Week services, Annual Adult Wine Tasting parties, and many more fellowship opportunities.
Your First Visit
Visiting a new church can sometimes feel a bit overwhelming. At Providence Church we welcome you with open arms. Join us for worship and fellowship each Lord's Day. Learn more about what you can expect during your first visit with us.
Children at Providence
At Providence Church we welcome children into our worship service. We know that small children often make noises. While we ask parents to be sensitive to the needs of others, as a congregation, we have a very high tolerance for the noises of little ones in the assembly. After all, entrance into the presence of God and participation in the liturgy and baptismal and covenant rights that belong to them as members of the royal priesthood.
“Nevertheless, in the Lord woman is not independent of man, nor is man independent of woman.” -Paul
At Providence Church, we encourage young couples preparing for marriage to develop healthy habits early on: read together, talk together about the Bible, about what you heard in a sermon, about what you have sung and confessed together.
Parents are responsible to teach the Word of God to their children and make sure they understand what they hear from the pulpit on the Lord’s Day (Deuteronomy 6:6-9). Family worship is time set aside each day to sit down as a family and worship the Lord together. Click the link below for examples of how to worship together as a family.