Student Minister

COVID-19 Special Announcement

Click the links below to read special messages from Dane and Lee:




Weekly videos for Sunday Night Live, Sunday Morning Devotionals, and Wednesday night fusion Zoom Hangout links can be found here. Sunday Night LIVE content will be available for 3-weeks until the series ends. Sunday morning devotionals will be available for a week. Zoom Hangout links for fusion will be posted every Wednesday.


Middle School fusion Zoom Hangout

6:00pm every Wednesday – LINK TO HANGOUT – password is pbcstudent

High School fusion Zoom Hangout

7:00pm every Wednesday – LINK TO HANGOUT – password is pbcstudent

Sunday Night Live

We just finished the three week Through the Darkness SNL series.  Check back for a new series coming soon!

Easter Jam

This may be the first time ever families are celebrating Easter at home. That means that little kids and teenagers, middle schoolers and college freshmen will do something on Easter along side their parents and even grandparents. 
Easter Jam is an Easter Celebration BIG enough for the whole family. It has everything you need to have a fun, memorable, and family-centered celebration around the Easter story.  Check back here on Sunday Morning for the event link. 
Until then, you can begin to prepare for Easter Jam in the following ways:
  1. Gather these supplies before Easter Jam:
    1. 2 Peeps (or large marshmallows)
    2. Microwave
    3. Microwaveable plate
    4. Toothpicks
    5. Marker or Sharpie (optional)
    6. At least 10-20 pairs of socks
    7. Laundry basket
  2. Invite friends and families to participate!
Easter Jam is for every family, no Bible-trivia trophies required. The content is designed to help all families have a low-risk, high-fun conversation about faith even if this is your very first church experience.

Easter Coloring Page – NEW DEADLINE!

Easter is next Sunday, and we want you to help us celebrate. We would like for you to color in an Easter coloring sheet that will get used during the Easter service (check out the sample of one completed).  These are the instructions:

1. Print out a copy of the Easter coloring page HERE.

2. Using markers, crayons, colored pencils or maybe an iPad to color (please color in the ENTIRE page).

3. Scan in or have your parent scan your completed coloring page to a phone, iPad, or computer. If you need help scanning, use these instructions FOR IPHONE or FOR ANDRIOD.

4. Email the scanned page to JIM TUCKER by Wednesday at 6:00pm.

These flowers will become a virtual flowering cross for us to celebrate the risen Lord on Easter Sunday!

Sunday Morning Devotional

April 5, 2020 – Joyful Sunday

This week, we will explore the story of Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem and commit in specific ways to live a joyful life in Christ!

(here is this link mentioned in the devotional: “Joy to the World” performed by Three Dog Night

Holy Week Devotionals

Maundy Thursday

Upcoming Events and Activities

Loving your Community Guide
Are you looking for ways you and your family can help around the Charlotte Area? 
Do you know someone who needs help with a public resourcing agency?
CLICK HERE for a link to our “Loving Your Community Guide” with agencies who need help, the ways you can serve, and some places you can send others.
High School Spring Retreat

When: May 1 – 3, 2020
Where: Ocean Isle Beach, NC
Cost: $200

SIGN UP – Registration Open from March 15th – April 26th

Join us for a weekend of worship, small groups, devotion, and fun as we explore our Legacy.  We will travel by van to two beach house to relax and fellowship together.  More details will be released a few weeks before the trip.

We need adult chaperones willing to spend the weekend with the students leading small groups and participating in worship and games. Use the sign up link above to let us know you can help.  We will select the chaperones from the adults who sign up based on the number of students going.  We will notify the potential chaperones after the sign up closes.

Legacy – If you were going to write a letter to someone and yet you knew that it was possibly one of the last letters you ever wrote, how would that impact what you include or not? This is exactly the situation that we find in Paul’s second letter to Timothy. Though many of Paul’s letters are written while he is under house arrest, this letter most likely was written while he was in prison because of the Roman Emperor Nero. He’s lonely and struggling, and he knows the end could come at any point. 

The book of 2 Timothy explores Paul’s words as he sets out to pass on the legacy of his ministry to Timothy.

We’ll use this letter to think about our own legacy and how our experiences can help those coming after us.

d365 provides inspirational and relevant reflections on scripture for young people. The devotional experience is written especially for students and seeks to provide reflections on themes that impact our faith journey. The hope is that d365 will create a quiet space in your life for meditation and prayer. A new devotion is available every day online or through mobile devices.

Weekly Events

On Sundays

Sunday School
Every Sunday at 9:00am.
Students are figuring out who they are as they search for whose they are. Sunday morning provides opportunities for students to explore their personal and communal identity in Jesus Christ through meaningful community-building experiences, engaging Bible study, and relevant learning activities. Biblical stories will come alive in new and creative ways. In response to God’s amazing, unconditional love, students will be challenged to put their faith into action as they grow to understand themselves as Christ’s disciples. Our curriculum is based off the Revised Common Lectionary so will align with the worship and preaching texts each week.
Classes and Teachers

6th Grade – Room 2335
Teachers – Dana & Heather Hanson
7th Grade – Room 2333
Teachers – Jessica Aycock, Tanya Price, and Kristy Thomas
8th Grade – Room 2329
Teachers – Emily Beaver, Mary Bonheimer, and Lia Hinson
9th Grade – Room 2323
Teachers – Kim & Garo Aghjayan, Lisa & Mark Daniels, and LeAnn & Chris Squier
10th Grade – Room 2308
Teachers – Frankie Ayscue, Betty Robinson, and Frank Skinner
11th Grade – Room 2319
Teachers – Will Johns, Susan Jones, and Kim Skinner
12th Grade – Room 2317
Teachers – Karen Dukes, Eric Gill, and Mike Motsinger

Sunday Night Live

Select Sundays – 5:00pm to 7:00pm in the Chapman Youth Room

Sunday evening student program. The evening incorporates a group meal, games, worship, teaching, special guests, small groups, and prayer. Sunday Night LIVE! happens most Sundays from September to May so students can have a break from the stresses of school and come enjoy time with friends.

On Wednesdays


Every Wednesday – 6:15pm to 7:00pm in the Chapman Youth Room

Midweek gathering fusing our High School and Middle School Students together to catch up, check in, release some energy (and stress,) and hear something encouraging to help them through the week. Opportunities at fusion range from team-building games and activities to leadership development or even missions and outreach projects.

Upcoming Events

I joined Providence with my husband in 1983. I was very impressed with the Sanctuary Choir and how they performed. I immediately joined and am still a member.

Sarah- Adult

If you are someone looking for a place to be nothing but yourself and a group who accepts you exactly as you are--- maybe you too will find a home in the Young Pro ministry at Providence.

Natalie- Young Pro

Providence is a place where my family's spirits soar, our minds are engaged, and our hearts sing.

Heather- Adult

Providence is a place where they care about everyone and we get to learn about God and Jesus...

Courtney- Child

Providence has been a place of great joy, and a refuge from the storms of life.

Bunnie- Adult