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If you are discovering us for the first time, here is a good place to start with basic information about our church. Worship times, location, contact information, it's all here.
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Though our sanctuary has seen many changes over its 250 years, every Sunday it’s home to a celebration of Christ through thoughtful sermons, joyous music, and abiding fellowship.
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From Bible study-based classes and Christian living electives for adults, to our unique ministries for youth and children, PPC offers a wide range of meaningful programs to galvanize your faith.
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Walt McCanless
Senior Pastor

t: 704-846-1079 x12


  • We invite you to please join us for worship on Sunday mornings at 9:00 am and 11:15 am.
  • Providence provides Sunday school for all ages from 10:15 am to 11:00 am each Sunday. Please click on the “learning” tab above to view the various church school offerings.
  • YOUTH SUNDAY is May 17th. Do not miss this service of worship in which our youth lead. It is always a very special time in the church.
  • Confirmands will be examined on May 17th at 10:15 am and then introduced to the congregation at 11:15.
  • Providence will hold a congregational meeting on May 17th to hear the report of the Officer Nominating  Committee and if the way be clear, vote on the slate of Officer Nominees as presented.
  • Providence will hold a congregational meeting on May 24 at 10:45 am to hear the recommendation from the session on forming a second Associate Pastor Nominating Committee.
  • Providence is currently searching for an Associate Pastor. If you would like to know more, please click here.
  • Providence is currently searching for a Director of Youth Ministries. If upon reading the job description, you would like to submit your resume, please send to the church office administrator.
  • Got a high school senior heading off to college in the fall? Click here to learn about the three ways PPC can help financially.

“We don’t think ourselves into a new way of living; we live ourselves into a new way of thinking.”  Richard Rohr