Worship

The public worship of God may be defined as covenantal communion between God and his people in his public ordinances.  That is, when the saints gather for worship, God meets with them and communes with them, and they with him in a manner that expresses and nurtures the covenant-communion bond that unites them in loving fellowship. At Providence we believe children, as members of the covenant of grace, are to be included, as far as possible, in the public worship of God (Deut. 31:9-13; Acts 2:37-39). We do offer nursery care, for those who desire this, for our littlest children ages 2 and under.

We believe that God has shown us in His Word how He is to be worshipped and that we are not free to invent ways to worship Him not commanded in Scripture.  Our worship may be described then as Reformed according to Scripture. We believe worshipping God in this way offers the greatest spiritual benefit to God’s people and brings glory to God through Jesus Christ (Deut. 4:15-20; Exo. 20:4-6; Matt. 15:9).

Holy Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of each month.