Providence children have a vital role in what it means to follow Christ together. One of the functions of the church is to support families in their God-ordained, kingdom-building role of raising up Christ-following children. On Sunday mornings during the school year, our kindergarten through fourth graders spend a portion of their morning worshipping together with their families in order to cultivate a love for Jesus through corporate worship and unity with believers young and old. Additionally on Sundays, age-specific Bible lessons (from The Gospel Project curriculum) as well as activities are offered to reinforce what kids are already learning in the home. This way, children can interact with others their age while also understanding their important role in the family and the church body.
Providence children are supported and loved by a team of over 150 experienced volunteers, all of whom are background-checked, committed Providence members. Volunteers assist in weekday childcare during Moms Fellowship events and Wednesday women’s ministry gatherings, Sunday morning childcare during workshops and services, weekly Sunday school programs, and much more. The children’s wing of our our building is both inviting as well as secure and carefully monitored.
For more information about how Providence can support you in raising young Christ-followers, email email@example.com. Check out the upcoming events page for up-to-date information on children’s ministry activities and how to be involved.