Welcome! We’re glad that you’ve taken some time to explore our website, and hope that you’ll come visit us in person. If you’re wondering what our services are like, you’ll find a description of what to expect below.
Be sure to click on the “Plan Your Visit” tab so we can expect you and make sure that you and your family have a great Sunday at Provision.
Where Do I Park?
Upon arriving to the location, the entrance to the parking lot is identified by Provision Church flags. You will be greeted by a parking attendee at the entrance who can answer any questions for you. We ask that all guests turn on your hazards upon entering the parking lot so we know you are visiting with us.
Where Do I Go?
After parking, be sure to look for the entrance that is clearly marked by Provision Church flags. On the way in, you will meet one of our Connection Team members that will direct you inside to the Welcome area. We ask that you fill out a Connect Card so that we know that you were there. We have a special gift for everyone that visits us each Sunday.
What Is A Service Like?
Our services last about 75 minutes. We strive to offer a powerful live worship experience with singing and praying together. One of our pastors will then offer Biblical teaching that is relevant to your everyday life. You can watch and listen to our sermon archives to hear the teaching of our pastors.
What to Wear
Regarding attire, you may find some people dressed in jeans and others a little more dressed up. We encourage you to wear what makes you feel most comfortable. How you dress is far less important to us than your relationship with God.
We meet every Sunday at 10:00 am at 420 Hopewell Church Rd., Monroe, NC 28110. Please come join us at 9:30am for coffee so we can meet you and get to know you more.
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During this pandemic of Covid-19, we are unable to offer kids ministry during our worship service time. We hope to be able to begin back soon. For now we ask that all kids of all ages, please sit with their families during the worship service.
The Bible teaches that membership in a local church is one of the most basic ways that Christians follow Jesus. In fact, it is so basic that the authors of the New Testament simply assume that every Christian will be part of a local church. The reason for this is simple. The local church is at the heart of God’s plan to save sinners through the gospel of his Son, Jesus Christ.
If you would like to become a member, or simply want to know more about who we are and what we believe, click here for more information.