Providence UMC
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Service Information

Thank you for checking out our worship service info! Come as you are–we mean it! You’ll fit right in no matter who you are or what you wear. All are welcome!

Where are we? 592 Bernhard Road between Redwine Road and GA HWY 85 in southern Fayette County. When you enter from Bernhard Road, the building in front of you is for birth-5th grade children; to your left is the worship center and classroom buildings.

 

9:30am Traditional Worship & 11:00am Contemporary Service

Recent Sermons by Herb Flanders:
2018: Live  Better. Together.
LIVE: Life is God’s free, extravagant gift. Live it to the full. For His glory, live.
BETTER: Life isn’t about good enough. With God it’s about more, about better.
TOGETHER: Life isn’t a journey for one. It’s meant to be lived in community, together.
We’ll end 2018, the year of “Live Better. Together.” by packing meals for the hungry through Rise Against Hunger. The initial goal was to raise $14,500 to pack 50,000 meals but, will be packing 63,500 meals!
 Go to Advent Conspiracy to hear more about it. Then check out

Traditional Worship at 9:30am

includes songs from the United Methodist Hymnal, liturgy like The Lord’s Prayer, Apostles’ Creed, and Doxology. Adult Choir and Adult Handbell Choir could be included in the service any given Sunday. Whether you were raised in church or are searching to fill a hole in your spirit, the timeless soul-stirring sound of the congregation singing hymns and sharing in an affirmation of faith might be just what you need.
 

Fellowship Time: 10:30-11:00am

Once a month there’s lemonade and snacks in the front lobby. Every week you can grab a free cup of coffee, tea or hot chocolate in the Connection Cafe. It’s a great way to meet people or to find out more about what’s going on at Providence.
 

The 11am Contemporary Service

is led by a praise band playing today’s Christian music with guitars, keyboard, piano, drums & vocalists. Whether it’s the full band or an acoustic set, it’s music you hear on the radio & you will love the music & the message.
 
To check it out before you visit, listen to Herb Flanders’ sermons on the podcast.