Welcome to Providence
Faithful to the Scriptures, true to the Reformed faith, and obedient to the Great Commission. A congregation of the Presbyterian Church in America.
Reverent worship. Real life.
Along with countless thousands of faithful churches throughout history, Providence is enthusiastically committed to the Great Commission. In Christian love we seek to fully proclaim and consistently live out the truths of the historic Reformed faith to the glory of God alone!
This Sunday at Providence
9:15AM · Classrooms & Fellowship Hall
There's a class for everyone before worship. Curriculum and course offerings are developed to teach, engage, and embrace the congregation in the knowledge of the love of Christ.
Sunday Morning Worship
10:30AM · Sanctuary
Each week we gather together as a congregation for worship. Our style is traditional.
Sunday Evening Worship
6:00PM · Sanctuary
Every first, third and fifth Sunday of the month, we take the opportunity to gather for a second time on the Lord's Day, for evening worship.
Time & location vary
Small groups are a great way to fellowship with other members and attendees in the same geographical area. Groups meet biweekly to study Scripture, discuss sermons, read books, pray for one another, and often share a meal.
Celebrating 40+ years of God's providence
On February 9, 1975, nearly 190 men and women, committed to worship and serve God according to the Reformed doctrines of Scripture without compromise, formed a new congregation of the Presbyterian Church in America. Providence Presbyterian Church was born—the first PCA congregation north of the Mason-Dixon line.
Social Justice Theory & the Bible
Is truth something we find or something we make? Is society made up of oppressors and oppressed or believers and unbelievers?
Some Faithful Women to Follow
Because God made man male and female, it’s not surprising that He gives us male and female examples. Here are five faithful women whose example we should follow.
Justification by Faith Alone
Last week we examined why justification is received by faith alone. This week we consider how this justification is entirely of the free grace of God.