We get involved. We act. We DO things. Want to know how you can help?
Monthly Missions Collection
The WMU is collecting white bath towels for the Salvation Army.
Collection area is in the hallway leading to the Crouch Fellowship Hall.
He has told you, O mortal, what is good: and what does the Lord require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your god?
- Adult Mission Trip to Jamaica
- Adult Trip to Key West, FL
- Adult Mission Trip to New York, NY
- High School Mission Trip to Smyrna, TN
- Middle School Mission Trip to Nashville
- College Mission Trip to NYC
- Young Pros QC Family Tree Community Meal
- Adult Mission Trip to New York City
- Charlotte CROP WALK
- Collected 145 Filled Backpacks for QC Family Tree
• For all ages
• Year round
Stop for a peek!
Whether you have a green thumb, a strong back, or some free time, this year-round ministry needs you! Our food is used for Friendship Trays, our Burmese Community, as well as in our own Providence kitchen for our Weekday Ministry. Our 29 beds have produced over two tons of fresh food over the last three years!
Rama Road Tutoring
• For adults
• October through April – Every Tuesday and Thursday
Change a child’s life.
Providence volunteers tutor children from nearby Rama Road Elementary.
Without this program, these children wouldn’t have an afternoon snack, a place to go or help with their homework.
Room in the Inn
• For all ages
• December through March
Making new friends. Housing the homeless.
Saturday dinner through Sunday breakfast in the Nalley Missions Center.
Our Room in the Inn (RITI) year has come to a close.
Providence partners with Urban Ministry to house our homeless neighbors.
Look for your next chance to help and meet some great people this fall.
I love the diversity and quality of music each week in worship at Providence.
It's the wonderful people of Providence that make it so very special!
Providence has been the place where we have worshipped, grieved, grown, raised our children, served others - Providence is OUR Community.
We were instantly drawn to Providence by how welcoming everyone was and the sense of community that brought. I am truly grateful for my family here at Providence and proud to be able to call this church my home.
This is a supportive church, and no matter what changes we've gone through, my devotion will always remain constant.
Providence means friends, family, activities and stories that are fun to tell around the lunch table.