Founded over fifty years ago, Providence Presbyterian Church continues to be a beacon of hope in our community.
We have a remarkable history that informs our expectations of a great future. Read more about our history with the following link.
For surely I know the plans I have for you, says the LORD, plans for your welfare and not for harm, to give you a future with hope.
Plan Your Visit
We welcome you with open hearts and open minds. Here are a few helpful tips to make your visit to Providence as enjoyable and relaxing as possible.
Worship on sunday
|Traditional with Sanctuary Choir||10:00am|
|Contemporary with Worship Band||11:15am|
|Summer Worship, June 18 thru Sept. 10||10:00am|
When you visit, we invite you to speak with staff and members on areas of particular interest. We are a faithful and loving church family eager to get to know you and answer your questions.
We look forward to seeing you at Providence!
Where to Park?
The two street entrances from Route 236 provide access to the church's front entrance, which is up the front steps at the circular drive, and to the church's other entrance in the back, which is the handicap-accessible entrance.
It also provides handicap-designated parking immediately adjacent to the entrance.
From both parking lots you will see entrance doors into the building. Once inside on Sundays, you will find several warm and welcoming people to greet you as you enter the worship space.
Should you have any questions, feel free to ask them or any other member, many of whom will be wearing church name tags. They are happy to help.
The nursery is located at the top of the ramp that leads to Upper Williamson. Signs will direct you to the nursery, or feel free to ask any member for guidance. The loving staff of the nursery cares for children through age four and opens the nursery at 10 am.
We invite you to use the nursery so that you may focus on getting to know Providence.
Members come together for coffee in the large hall adjacent to Taylor Hall between the services. We invite you to meet our pastors and members.
During the summer months, we join together for Summer Fellowship; for most weeks a different grouping of the congregation brings in treats to share.