Greetings in the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Welcome to the Providence Community Baptist Church online site--the avenue for information on our church and a place to strengthen your personal Christian walk.
Because relationships are so important to us, we extend this special invitation to you to come and fellowship with us. We invite you to "come as you are" and experience a church where "God is Praised and People are Loved." If you are looking for a church home, we would be pleased if you would consider Providence.
Our theme for 2013 is "Walking in Step With God's Word." Our Theme scripture is Proverbs 16:9. As a church family we are praying boldly. We are (1) Spending time in prayer 15 minutes or more each day, (2) Praying that love permiates the walls of Providence, (3) Praying that Providence will walk in step with God's Word, and (4) we are inviting and bringing others to Bible Discovery Hour where we both can discover the Word of God for ourselves.
We invite you to return to this site as often as you like and we look forward to seeing and meeting you soon!
While you are here, please take the opportunity to listen to the message below. I pray that it will encourage your soul and lift your spirit.
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Sunday, May 19 @ 9:30 a.m.
Unit 3: TOLERANCE HAS ITS LIMITS
Lesson 3 - Reject Hypocrisy
Background Scripture: Matthew 23:1-36
Lesson Passage: Matthew 23:13-16a, 23-28
The Question: Why shouldn't I be tolerant of religious hypocrites?
The Point: Hypocrisy damages the church and its witness.
Focal Passage Outline:
Hypocrisy restricts God's plans (Matthew 23:13).
Hypocrisy misses God's point (Matthew 23:14-16a).
Hypocrisy neglects more important matters (Matthew 23:23-28).
Please join us for prayer on Thursday, May 16 @ 7 p.m. Join us in lifting up petitions to the Lord as we intercede on behalf of our families, our community, and our country.
Day of Pentecost
Sunday, May 19, Christians around the world will celebrate the Day of Pentecost. It is often remembered as the church’s birthday. Before Jesus ascended into heaven, He promised that the Holy Spirit would come upon those who believed in His resurrection. Three thousand people were gathered in Jerusalem
when the Spirit came upon them. They were so touched by the Holy Spirit that they began to worship regularly, especially on Sundays, the day of Christ’s
resurrection. To symbolize the “tongues, as of fire” (Acts 2:3) that came upon the people present at Pentecost, our church displays the color red in our
worship service today. Many people attending worship on Pentecost Sunday wear red on that day. Please join with us as we celebrate!