We welcome our visitors in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ, and invite you to celebrate with us each week God’s goodness, mercy, and truth revealed to us in His only begotten Son. We encourage you to join us today for worship and fellowship.

What can I expect when I visit?

We love visitors and our church family. You can expect to be greeted formally and given a bulletin for Sunday morning worship. Additionally, many of our congregation will introduce themselves and welcome you informally before and after the service when it is our habit to visit with each other.

Our Sunday evening service and Bible Studies are more relaxed meetings with singing, prayer and Bible study.

A monthly fellowship meal is held on the third Sunday of the month after morning worship. We do not hold evening worship services on those days.

What is the worship service like?

Worship services at Providence OPC are based on the regulative worship principle, meaning the true God has instituted an acceptable way of worshipping Himself and it is limited by his own revealed will.

Our services, led by our pastor, are traditional with Bible reading, hymns, prayer, offering and an expository sermon. We provide printed bulletins each Sunday morning with the service order and announcements. There are Bibles and Trinity Hymnals available in each pew.

The Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper is celebrated every first Sunday of the month. It is for those who have made a public profession of faith in Christ, are members in good standing of a Bible-believing church and are seeking to walk in obedience to the Lord.

What should I wear?

We have no dress code. Some of our members wear professional attire, but many wear casual clothing. You are welcome to come in what is comfortable to you.

Where do I park?

On-street parking is available on Market Street and the surrounding streets, and in the municipal lot across from the church.

Is there a nursery for young children?

We encourage children to remain with their parents during the worship services, but for those times when it is needed we have a staffed nursery for small children.

Is the church building wheelchair accessible?

Our sanctuary is wheelchair accessible using a ramp along the west side of the building. Unfortunately, for those who cannot navigate steps, the remainder of our facility is not handicapped accessible.