Providence celebrates

Black History Month

In honor of Black History Month, we remember and celebrate the powerful work of God in and through the lives of influential Black Americans. As a school community, we have been focusing on coming together in unity according to God’s word and facing the social injustice issues in our world today.  From preschool to high school, the Providence students will be celebrating throughout the month in various ways. These graphics were made by Providence students and will rotate on the hallway TV’s all month.


 Students in Grades 6-12 heard a powerful and direct message from Bishop Wellington Boone, a pastor, and evangelist from Atlanta, Georgia. Bishop Boone has been in ministry for over 46 years and his writings have been archived at Regent University.  He is an international speaker and his global message is now expanding to Germany and South Africa. He has spoken for Bishop Bill Atwood, Rev. Billy Graham, Dr. Pat Robertson, and Dr. James Dobson.  We encourage you to watch his message and discuss it with your family.  We pray that the heart of his message based on God’s word brings healing and continues our ongoing goal to… “Make every effort to keep yourselves united in the spirit, biding yourselves to together with peace.” – Ephesians 4:3