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The men’s ministry of Providence Church aims to equip men with the gospel, grow them in community, and empower them to live on mission.

Understanding that the enemies greatest threat to man is isolation, we minister to the men of Providence Church by creating community for the purpose of discipleship. 

Our men’s ministry acts as a supplement to our Sunday services and Community Groups. We’d love to help you get involved in a Community Group as you become a part of Providence’s men’s ministry.

If we can answer any questions about Men of Providence, please email


Upcoming Discipleship Opportunities and Events


Men, join us on January 24-26, 2020 for a weekend of fellowship, adventure, teaching, and worship at Sky Ranch in beautiful East Texas. Afshin will be teaching throughout the weekend and Matt Fuqua, worship director at Rockwall Presbyterian, will be leading worship. Join us as we gather together with other churches and communities for a truly unforgettable experience! The cost for the weekend retreat is $120. For more details on the retreat, visit Registration is open now through Sky Ranch - click the link below to register as a part of the Providence Church group.



We are offering a Men’s Discipleship program for men who would like to be discipled by older, mature men. The discipleship program will be life-on-life and challenge men to become more conformed to the image of Christ.

The current session of Men's Discipleship is closed, and a new session is scheduled to begin in winter-spring 2020.


Join us on Saturday, November 23, from 7:00-8:30 a.m. for a men's breakfast as we gather together to sing God's praises, hear a devotion, and participate in a short time of discussion with other men. You'll also have the opportunity to hear about the various ministry opportunities available for men at Providence. The cost is $5 a person.



Stand is a nine-month intensive discipleship program for men who are searching for hope, freedom, and healing from the pain of sexual addiction, intimacy disorders, betrayal, and shame.

The current session of Stand is closed, and a new session is scheduled to begin in winter-spring 2020.