At Providence Church, you’re invited to a meaningful experience on Sunday morning without having to dress up or be something you’re not. When you visit Providence, you’ll enjoy great music from some of the best musicians around, a message that will encourage and inspire you, and the fellowship of the friendly folks who gather here each week.
What should I expect when I visit Providence Church?
Our services begin at 8:00, 9:15, and 10:45 am. When you enter the lobby you’ll be welcomed by a friendly face who will offer you a worship program. Feel free to grab a cup of coffee or juice (and a donut!) before entering the Worship Center.
Once you’ve found a seat, our band will lead the congregation in a few upbeat worship songs, ranging from contemporary praise tunes to ancient hymns. Our pastor will then share a relevant, encouraging message from the Bible. You’ll have a chance to participate in communion near the end of the service if you’d like. As a guest, you will never be singled out. Our services usually last an hour.
What will my kids do?
In Providence KIDS, your children will participate in an age-appropriate Bible learning time that is both fun and meaningful. All Providence KIDS volunteers and staff are both Red Cross and Safe Sanctuaries certified.
When you enter the school on Sunday mornings, come to the Providence KIDS Welcome Table on the right-hand side of the lobby. There you can check in your children ages infant through 5th grade and then escort them to their classroom. Children are always welcome to join their parents in the main service.
What will my middle and high school kids experience?
In addition to our regular Sunday morning service, our Providence YOUTH group (grades 6-12) meets on Sunday night. Middle and High School youth meet at the church from 5:30-7:30 pm. Although their meeting time is the same and they share in some things together, they receive lessons separately. There is food, games, worship, a message, and time in grade-specific groups to help process the message best for where they are in life.
In addition, High School Youth have the opportunity to join a small group that meets during the week outside of the church.