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The New Passover
- 26 Jul 2015, Pastor: Walt McCanless

NEW TO PPC?

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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SUNDAY WORSHIP

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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MINISTRIES

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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UPCOMING EVENTS

OUR PASTOR

Walt McCanless
Senior Pastor

t: 704-846-1079 x12
e: walt@ppc1767.org

ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • 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 during the church school year.  See below for our next set of summer classes beginning July 26th. Regular Sunday School classes will resume in September. Please click on the “learning” tab above to view the various church school offerings.
  • July 26 will be the first Sunday of our five (5) week Sunday School series, “The Story of the Scots-Irish 55 BC to 2015 AD.” Please join us in Classroom #407 in the AMC.
  • August 2 – August 7 our Middle School youth will attend mission, “The Cross,” at Myers Park Presbyterian Church in Charlotte.
  • Rally Day is Sunday, September 13th. We plan to kick off the new church year by Rallying up our excitement for the wonderful ways we can live our faith here at Providence. A special time for the children, special music and maybe a skit or two will get us all rallying around the Fellowship Hall from 10:15 to 11:00. And how about some refreshments too? We’ve got a great year ahead and want YOU to rally up lots of excitement for this coming year at Providence!

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

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