Missions at Providence
Providence Presbyterian Church supports a variety of international, national, and local mission ministries. Most supported international ministries are sent by Mission to the World (MTW), the mission agency of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). However, some supported ministries fall under the auspices of other evangelical agencies.
National ministries supported by Providence Church are programs of MTW or other evangelical ministries reaching out to specific under-served populations within the United States.
Locally, Providence supports a number of community-based mercy ministries in the Greater York area. In addition, Providence has been an aggressive church-planting body, starting two daughter churches in the York area.
Mission Conference November 9th - 11th
Schedule of Events
Friday November 9th, 7:00-8:30 PM -- Garry Chambers (International missions) Cookies and beverages will be provided. Please sign up for this session.
Saturday November 10th events:
9:30-11:00 AM -- Jeff and Esther Talley will discuss missions in Europe with Q&A afterward. Coffee and donuts will be provided. Please sign up for this session.
2:00–3:00 PM -- Bowling with the missionaries. Meet at Colony Park Lanes North on Pennsylvania Ave. Please sign up for bowling.
5:30 PM -- Richard Smith (international missions at home) Dinner will be provided. Please sign up for this session.
Sunday, November 11th events:
8:30 AM Worship Service – Garry Chambers preaching
9:00 AM Sunday School -- Missionaries serving in Egypt
10:30 AM Worship Service -- Richard Smith preaching
12:00-2:00 PM -- Luncheon with missionaries Please sign up for this session.
Providence Supports Ministries Which:
Emphasize Gospel proclamation through church-planting
Are Reformed and connectional
Focus on under-served cultural groups, including those in postmodern urban areas
Providence allocates a fixed percentage of its annual giving to missions. These funds are then divided among the current, ongoing ministries with a commitment to giving "more deeply" rather than to spreading funds to additional ministries. However, new ministries are accepted as the Lord directs.