On the mountain of the LORD it will be provided. —Genesis 22:14

Our Vision

The Providence Vision

We aim to preach and witness to the good news of Jesus Christ through the power of the Holy Spirit, first among ourselves, and then through the communities in which we have been placed by our Father’s providential hand.

Putting the Vision into Action

We rely entirely on the almighty God’s grace and power. With his help, we endeavour to make this vision reality through the following means:

  • Magnifying Jesus Christ in public worship, particularly in our administration of the Word and sacraments
  • Moving congregation members to maturity and ministry within our church community
  • Moulding congregation members into active witnesses to our neighbours and the nations
  • Motivating our youth to an active interest and involvement in mission inside and outside our own community

Our Core Values

We are biblically grounded. We believe the Bible is the inspired, infallible, inerrant Word of God. We joyfully submit to its authority in all areas of life.

We are worshippers of the Triune God. We believe with the historic church of all times and places that there is one God, eternally consisting of three persons, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

We are gospel centered. We believe the gospel is that good news which announces Jesus Christ as the Saviour of undeserving sinners. This gracious message transforms believers into people who love God and want to joyfully live for him out of gratitude.

We are prayerfully dependent. We believe prayer is a means God uses to create in us a greater sense of dependence on him. We believe it is also a means that God uses to accomplish his will in this world. We therefore call upon God in prayers of faith, trusting his love for us and his sovereign power.

We are outwardly focussed. We believe our community is a mission field. We do not exist for ourselves, but for the glory of God and our neighbours’ salvation.

We are family oriented. We believe the family is foundational, not only to the building of a strong church community, but also of society at large. Therefore, we seek to encourage the growth of our families and members in grace and knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ through the regular participation in worship services, personal and group bible study, and church catechism classes.

We are confessionally connected. We earnestly hold to the Ecumenical Creeds (The Apostles’ Creed, The Nicene Creed, and The Athanasian Creed) and the Three Forms of Unity (The Belgic Confession, the Heidelberg Catechism, and the Canons of Dort). We are a confessional church and so we cherish these documents as faithful summaries of the Word of God. We hold them forth to the world with gratitude for the doctrines we find in them.