As Providence Church continues to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, this page will be updated with the latest news and information pertaining to Providence's gatherings.
Updated on July 2, 2020
Over the past few weeks, our elders and staff have been carefully watching the COVID-19 situation in our area, monitoring guidelines from our officials, and prayerfully seeking to act in the wisest way possible. Our desire has always been to meet together for corporate worship and we’ve been excited over the past few weeks to begin meeting and worshipping together.
However, in light of the rise in COVID-19 cases in our area and across the state, as well as the cautions and restrictions coming from our governing authorities, we have made the decision to shift our Sunday morning worship gatherings back to a worship at home experience for the month of July. We will not gather in person at the church building this month. We believe that this is the wisest and safest decision at this time. We will continue to evaluate and prayerfully consider our next steps throughout this month and will keep you informed on the plans for August.
Here’s what you can expect on Sunday mornings: unlike the Worship at Home services this spring, which were pre-recorded, we’ll continue to live-stream the worship service each Sunday morning at 11:00. You can join the worship service online at providencefrisco.com/live. We hope that the live singing and preaching will allow you to better engage in worship in your home. We’ll continue to offer discussion guides and more at providencefrisco.com/live, as well as in the Providence Church app.
I know that this decision will be disappointing for many of you and that all of us are feeling weary of this continuing crisis. I want to encourage you to keep running hard after Jesus. My prayer is that you’ll see this as a time to lead and serve in your homes and community and stay connected to the body throughout the week.