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Providence Presbyterian Church Steeple Warm greetings from Providence Presbyterian Church (PCUSA), located in the heart of Southaven, MS! We are called to worship, teach, fellowship, and proclaim God’s Good News from Southaven to the world. It is our joy to invite everyone to this mission with us. If you are without a church home or would like a pastoral visit, please contact us at the church office via telephone or email. Providence Presbyterian Church welcomes you with loving arms into our fellowship. Like the interwoven design of the Celtic weave (right), we seek to be a community of caring and serving disciples of our Lord Jesus Christ interwoven together by his grace and life. Will you join us and make us an even more richer fellowship? celticcross_grace_dwelling_place Our Church Email is provpreschurch@aol.com *A Survey of American Religious History is currently being held at 9:45 a.m. on Sunday mornings. This study is led by Dr. James S. McClanahan, Pastor. On Wednesday mornings at 10:30 a.m., there is a Bible Study over the New Testament led by Dr. James S. McClanahan. For the summer, we are planning a spaghetti supper fundraiser by our Men, a Gospel Singing and Ice Cream Social in July, and VBS in August. Further details will be given in the Providence Messenger, our church newsletter.

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photo 4smSUNDAY Breakfast and Bible Study — 9:45 AM Worship – 11:00 AM WEDNESDAY New Testament Survey — 10:30 AM Lunch Bunch — 11:30 AM Choir Rehearsal — 7:00 PM “The church is the bearer to all the nations of a gospel that announces the kingdom, the reign, and the sovereigty of God. It calls men and women to repent of their false loyalty to other powers. to become believers in the one true sovereignty, and so to become corporately a sign, instrument and foretast of that sovereignty of the one true and living God over all nature, all nations, and all human lives. It is not meant to call men and women out of the world into a safe religious enclave but to call them out in order to send them back as agents of God’s Rule over the world.” — The Rev’d Leslie Newbigin