For us, a connection culture is more than mere assimilation.
We are convinced that connecting people to the life of the church is a gospel and theological endeavor.
Providence’s Home Groups are groups of men, women, and children who are learning to follow Jesus – growing together, loving one another, and blessing their neighbors. At a minimum, each Home Group gathers bi-weekly, and first-time visitors are always welcome! We believe proximity matters for biblical community, which means location is the most important thing to consider in choosing a Home Group. The map below will show you where all of our home groups are located.
Every Home Group welcomes children. We believe children are active participants in the life of the church, so we enthusiastically pursue both age-appropriate learning and multi-generational community.
The Men’s Ministry at Providence exists to equip and encourage men to hold fast to the Word of God and walk in the work He has called them to do.
We want to cultivate a culture of leaders, fathers, brothers, and sons. So that our men, by pledging their lives, words, and labor to the Lord, would magnify Christ’s glorious name to our city. We desire to restore masculine Christianity in the church. We long to see passionate men who walk in a manner worthy of the gospel and lead the church and their families to worship the Lord. We want men to be able to search the word of God for themselves and believe all of the promises that find their "yes and amen" in Christ.
The Women's Ministry at Providence Community Church exists to equip and encourage women to know God through His Word to grow in their love for Him and others. We gather on the third Tuesday every month for Women's Meeting from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm.
Additionally, the women of Providence go on a retreat in the fall where there is a specific focus on learning the Bible and engaging in biblical community that can't be done during the normal rhythms of life.
514 Student Ministries was birthed out of the idea that discipleship, growing in Christ, and making the gospel unignorable in our city was not limited to adults. Instead, it was given to all the saints, regardless of age. "514" is derived from Matthew 5:14: You are the light of the world—a city set on a hill that cannot be hidden.
If students live their lives in light of the gospel in their schools and communities, it will be impossible for this watching world not to notice. Our heart is to impart this message to the next generation to a world that is increasingly broken.
We currently meet at the church every Wednesday from 6:30p - 8:00p for food, games, teaching from the Bible, and discussion time. In conjunction with our Home Group schedule, 514 doesn't meet throughout the months of August, December, and April. During those months, we hold events that promote discipleship and along with partner churches, we have a summer camp.