Having a heart...
to serve the needs of others.
Every year students in grades K-12 participate in a variety of projects aimed at fulfilling a need and making a positive difference in the world. Providence’s community service efforts extend far beyond our community, as we support international ministries and our students participate in missions outreaches in the U.S. and other countries.
Community service is a chance for our students to learn how to be good citizens. It’s not about logging hours. It’s about unleashing leadership qualities and stirring students’ passions to contribute to their world. As a result, many of our students’ community service hours far exceed the requisite program requirements. They learn firsthand how much more they receive when they give back to the community. Starting in 9th grade, students are required to earn 25 hours of community service each year for a total of 100 hours by graduation.
Every summer our students take an international missions trip. For the past few years, students have ministered in Costa Rica where they helped build a home and minister to the local community.
The Storehouse is a sharing center to bless those in need with basic household items. All items are completely free are donated by people in the community. This is a great way to share the love of Jesus. Students may volunteer on campus after school. Find out more here.