Beginning on July 10th, our midweek prayer meeting will begin at 7:00 P.M. instead of 7:30 P.M.. Beginning on July 14th, our Sunday evening service will become an afternoon service, meeting at 1:15 P.M. We will have a 'bring your own lunch' between the morning and afternoon service.



The Providence Baptist Church family is made up of people who have been delivered from sin by our wonderful Savior the Lord Jesus Christ, and are being transformed by His amazing grace (Titus 3:4-7). We are committed to preaching the whole counsel of God which includes declaring God’s perfect law and the glorious gospel of Jesus Christ (Acts 20:27). We are also committed to the 5 sola’s of the reformation: by Scripture alone we mean that the Bible is our only authority for faith and practice; by Faith alone we mean that we are justified by faith alone; by Grace alone we mean that salvation is a free gift of God’s unmerited favor and can in no way be earned; by Christ alone we mean that Jesus Christ is the only Savior of sinners, and the only way for man to be made right with God; and lastly, by Glory to God alone we mean that all the glory belongs to God for our salvation since it is His sovereign will and action that brought it into being.

Our purpose at Providence Baptist Church is to glorify, enjoy, and love God as we depend upon Him rather than trusting ourselves or looking to the innovations of men for the building up of the church. We believe firmly that Jesus is building His church and the gates of Hades will not prevail against it (Matt. 16:18). We are committed to worshipping God as the Triune Creator, praying together to Him as the provider of all our needs, fellowshipping together as His children, discipling one another in His Word, serving each other and the world as the light and the salt of the earth, giving sacrificially to see the kingdom of God advance, and evangelizing the community we live in and sending others to evangelize and plant churches in other communities.

Please see the “Our Beliefs” tab for more information.