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Sundays at Providence

Youth Group (3D)

"The purpose in a man's heart is like deep water,
but a man of understanding will draw it out"
                                                             Proverbs 20:5 ESV

 

At Providence, we hold a firm conviction that children and young adults should be brought up under the teaching and study of the word of God. At such a crucial young age, it’s important to shepherd them up and mature them as best we can. We want to give knowledge and discretion to our youth (Prov. 1:4) and instead of hoarding them to ourselves, prepare and launch them out into the world like an archer’s arrows (Psalm 127:4). Like it says in Prov. 20:5, we want to do the work of drawing out the purposes in each other’s hearts to know each other deeply; and to draw out the purposes in God’s word through bible study to know Him deeply. On top of that we want to be mission-minded and be serving in our church and community.

Youth Group (6th-12th grade)

The first part of 3D is our youth group meeting from 6:00-7:30 on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month. Here, the young adults and youth leaders do that work of drawing out and shepherding the youth by leading them through bible study and prayer. After that we have snacks, games and all sorts of fun! We want to come alongside parents and be the second most influential people in the youth’s walk with the Lord.

Young Adults 

The second part of 3D is the young adult meeting from 7:30-8:30 immediately following youth group. What typically takes up the bulk of our time is our study. What’s really fun and helpful for the young adults however is that we don’t just look at a passage for ourselves, we discuss bible study techniques and think of the bible study from the standpoint of a bible study leader. We work to find the main point of the passage, then ask how we could get to it through questions we ask and details we observe. We also take time to open up and pray for each other as well as the youth and the church.

Questions?
Contact Ethan Supplee:
supplee.ethan@gmail.com
(484) 330-6093

 

Sundays at Providence