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Ministry’s Philosophy
A church's Mission Statement and Ministry philosophy are key to the success of its Ministry because they function as navigational tools necessary to chart an accurate course towards a worthy destination. "Don't be afraid. Go and tell my brothers(and sisters) to go to Galilee; where they will see me... All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore, go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything i have commanded to you. And surely, I am with you always the very end of the age" (Matthew 28:18-20).

In Matthew's Gospel , two final words of commission are spoken by Jesus after His resurrection. The First is "Do not be afraid, go and tell(28:10). This is an invitation to be courageous in proclaiming that Jesus is alive and waiting to commune with those who will seek Him.   The Second is, "All authority in Heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore go..."(28:10). This gives us the permission and power to make a difference in lives and communities around us through God's supernatural authority of the Holy Spirit.

Two specific words of commission direct Providence in her Vison, Mission and Plan. First, we must "GO" which is a dynamic existence characterized by energetic initiative. The Second, we must "TELL". As followers of Jesus Christ this community must tell people how to meet Jesus, and then develop ministries for inviting all people to experience repentance, forgiveness, and discipleship through the power of the Holy Spirit. Jesus' promise of His abiding presence extends to each new generation of commissioned disciples. He promised to walk with us, to work with us, to encourage, and to empower us to transform lives and renew communities around us.

Our vision is a clear picture in our minds of where we are going and what we are becoming in the future. 


Vision is about creating something new. We value Disciple-making at Providence. We praise God for the gifts and abilities He has given us, and we take seriously the Lord’s call on us to reach the lost and make disciple



For Providence, it tells us of our understanding of ways God calls us into being. This statement helps to tie us together as a community. It is the most significant cord that bonds our togetherness. We are the cornerstone of the Nation, a community created by the Father, called by Jesus Christ the Son and empowered by the Holy Spirit.


Grace: To personally appropriate and extend the saving work of Christ.. (Ephesians 2:8-9)


Growth: To pursue Christ-likeness.(2 Peter 3:18)


Group: To connect with other members in significant relationships. (Acts 2:46, Hebrews 10:25)


Gifts: To connect the body of Christ according to our spiritual gifts and passion.

(Romans 12:1-6)


Good Stewardship: To honor God with our resources through what we give to the church and what we keep (Philippians 4:11-19).


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To build a church where lives are radically change and disciples are intentionally made.



Disciples making Disciples, Transforming lives and Renewing Communities

(Matthew 28:18-20, Isaiah 58:12)


Our Beliefs

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