At Providence, we take care not to make our life together as a body program-driven. That is not to say that we do not have opportunities for people to meet together outside of our times of normal worship. Such opportunities, such as those listed below, do exist. But we are wary of dividing up the body of Christ into age and sex segregated groups.

One of the marvelous opportunities in a smaller church like Providence is the opportunity to have all the members of the church to interact with each other. All our children know all the adults and all the adults know our children, whether those children are teenagers or toddlers. We have a time of fellowship together after both the morning and evening services, as well as a monthly fellowship meal on the third Lord’s Day of the month. The life and the fellowship of the body is largely church wide, with a strong focus on house-to-house fellowship, as we see it in Acts 2:46.