Ministry & Service

Students who choose Providence Christian College are seeking to respond to God’s call to service to others in their lives. As part of its educational mission, Providence desires to develop this attitude of gratitude and service in its students and provides students a variety of opportunities through its core curriculum, the Avodah program, and chapel.

The Avodah Program is one of the distinctive features of a Providence education that few colleges can match. While service and mission trips are an intricate part of this program, many other forms of cultural engagement and worship are also vital aspects of Avodah as well.

One of the biggest ways to serve the community is through chapel. Students have the opportunity to contribute their musical and organizational skills to chapel two times per week. Since the start of Providence, students have been responsible for leading chapel.

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“My classes and professors really helped me develop a Christian perspective on teaching, something that transcends differences in cultures of classrooms and has given me a framework to try to adapt my teaching to Honduran students.”
Emily D.
Alumna - Class of 2014

“Man’s chief end is to glorify God and enjoy him forever.”
Westminster Shorter Catechism

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