Outreach Ministry Thoughts
Providence Connected Vol. 2

Soul Care

What we do as a church in service to our community is important. WHY we do what we do and how we do it are really important as well. This week, take some time to journal about the various ways you have been engaged in service to our community. We love, because God first loved us. But, how do we love? Why did God ask us to love in this way?

Jesus served...but He also withdrew to be alone. It is in this times of stillness that we have the opportunity for God to transform our hearts and minds. Find some spaces to be still this week. In the stillness, see what God may be telling you about how God desires to use your particular gifts to further the Kingdom of God here on earth.


During this time, we will be getting creative in the ways in which we missionally engage with our community. We will continue to pray Psalm 91 again and I would love for us to pray over a specific subset of people in our community. Pray for their safety, their hearts, minds and souls. I'd also love for you to be in prayer for how God may be guiding us in outreach at Providence Church. We believe in seeing those who feel disconnected from God and the church find hope, healing and wholeness in Christ Jesus. What might this time prepare us for as we continue seeking to be the hands and feet of Jesus in the world around us beyond the pandemic?

  • Monday: Pray for our Medical professionals
  • Tuesday: Caregivers of those who are homebound
  • Wednesday: our country and it's leaders and those around the World
  • Thursday: Youth who are getting used to a different routine
  • Friday: Kids, Parents and Teachers
  • Saturday: For Sabbath time for our entire community
  • Sunday: Pastors and Worship Leaders

Continue praying each day for other essential frontline workers in our community like: pharmacists, food workers, delivery drivers, cashiers, grocery clerks, first responders, and warehouse and fulfillment stockers. The power of prayer is great. As we cry out for healing and wholeness, may our collective prayers make a ripple effect to our community and world. The Lord is with you, Mighty, Warriors.