Morning Service Transition

Our Sunday service is moving to 10:30am starting December 11.

Providence is entering into a partnership with University Avenue Church of Christ (the church that owns the building where we currently meet). Through this partnership, God has blessed Providence with long term stability in a central (and very strategic) part of our city. This is something we have prayed for since we launched, so we are rejoicing in God’s abundant provision for our church.

This stability provides even greater opportunity to expand the reach and impact of our ministries. In short, this partnership grounds and fuels the mission of our church, as we continue to make disciples, bless our city, and plant churches for years to come.

This partnership also opens up the ability to move our Sunday service to the morning. After receiving good feedback from everyone in our church, and after much prayer and conversation among the leadership of our church (staff, elders, deacons, and GC leaders), we have made the decision to move to morning service starting December 11.

While the core of our gathered worship on Sundays will remain the same, this is a significant change in many ways. And change always comes with questions, so we’ve tried to outline and answer some of the most common questions you may be asking below.

This transition is going to affect people in our church differently. There is a spectrum of thoughts and feelings as we head into this new season, so let’s be “eager to maintain the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace” (Eph. 4:3-6). As always, we would love to talk with you about any questions or concerns you might have, so don’t hesitate to reach out. You can contact any one of our staff or elders directly through the leadership page.


What exactly does this partnership mean for our two churches?

Does this mean that our two churches will be merging?

Where will University Avenue be gathering for worship on Sundays?

What time will our morning service start?

How does this affect parking?

In light of Providence having primary use of the sanctuary, will we be making any changes to the space?