New Wednesday Night Study
Starting January 11th, 2023 join us at 6pm for dinner and a Bible study of the Book of James in Ellenburg Hall. This study will continue until March 15th.
Don’t worry if you miss a week, you are welcome at any time.
The Ukulele group continues to celebrate God through music and we thank the members of this group for sharing their talents during our worship services.
You never know when they will be playing so be sure to be a part of worship every Sunday.
If you want to learn this fun instrument and enjoy the fellowship with young and old just contact us and we will include you!
“Lets grow our good together”
At PPC, children and youth are surrounded by a village of people ready to help nurture and raise them in God’s love. PPC feeds children and youth the word of God and nurtures them to become productive adults living as Christ would have them live. There are several opportunities throughout the year available to the children and youth. Currently children and youth are part of a multigenerational Sunday school.
– Open to all school age children. Studies are relevant to life in today’s busy, social media filled world. Leaders address issues faced by our children and youth with a Biblical perspective equipping young people with Christian knowledge to face their world. Youth group meets twice per month on Sunday afternoons at 2 PM. PPC Youth also participate in community service projects each quarter. Past
projects include Visiting Foothills Retirement Center, cleaning Ellenberg Hall, PPC grounds clean-up,
volunteering to build sea turtle nests, and assisting elderly congregation members with yard work and
minor house repairs.
Prayer, God’s Word, Hymns, Living a Christ centered life…
Just a sample of the Sunday morning topics explored as Providence Church members strive to discover their Discipleship in Christ.
A multigenerational class is currently available –
Topics rotate, and members decide the topics for each study.
Discipleship is a lifelong process and constantly evolving as one
journeys through life. Providence Church strives to evolve as well by offering everchanging learning adventures to our members
Weekly studies enrich and enhance the spiritual journey of members of Providence Church. Studies rotate throughout the year. Past studies have focused on prayer, stewardship, advent, Pentecost and other subjects members have wondered about on their journey. The meeting place for each study is determined by the leader of each rotation and changes with each study.
Friends and Fellowship
Providence Church members love to be social and share meals together. Monthly fellowship events encourage members to become more familiar with one another. Fellowship activities are designed to include members of all ages. Events are often held in Ellenberg Hall on the church campus but can also be held off campus in the community. Highlights and favorites include Mystery Dinners, Low Country boil, game nights, campouts on church property, fire pits, sing-alongs, covered dish breakfasts and lunches,
baseball games, bowling, hockey games, and more! Fellowship is always open to suggestions from members on ways to spend time together
as a family.