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Sista Saturday Movie Event – WAR ROOM

The Providence Women’s Ministry is hosting a WAR ROOM movie event. Join the women of Providence – Saturday, February 6, 2016.  Doors open at 8:30 AM. The morning will start off with breakfast, followed by movie, and discussion. If you’ve never been to a Sista Saturday event then you’re in for a treat. Women of […]

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A Championship for Darrell Sullins at Mount Union?

Darrell Sullins a Junior Defensive Back with the Mount Union Raiders. Know as “Dee” to his Providence Baptist Church Family, Sullins saw action this past Saturday as the Raiders took on St. Lawrence in the first round of the 2015 NCAA Division III College Football Championships on Saturday November 21, 2015.​ The Mount Union Raiders […]

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Did You Know…?

As October 2015 comes to a close, we didn’t want it to end without making you aware of a few important PSA’s. If you or someone you know needs more information on domestic violence or if you’d like advocate training, our own Ruth Johnson-Williams is the person to contact.  Check out her website:

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October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month

“Domestic Violence Awareness Month was conceived over 30 years ago by the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence and is observed during October in Ohio and throughout the country. The intent then and now has not changed: to connect advocates across the nation who are working to end violence against women and their children.”   Do […]

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Let’s Show Some LOVE

Greetings, As this month continues to wind down & up, if you haven’t already expressed appreciation to Reverend Rodney Maiden and Sister Henrietta Maiden now you can… October is Pastor Appreciation Month so here’s your chance to send a “shout out” to our Pastor & First Lady.  I’ll start… Pastor & Sister Maiden, you both are a […]

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month…Ladies if U haven’t already – WOMAN up and get a mammogram!!!

According to the Susan G. Komen website   Ending Breast Cancer Disparities to Achieve Health Equity for All – Breast cancer disparities for African-American women are startling.  In 2011, with most recent data available, breast cancer mortality was 44 percent higher for African-American women in the U.S. than Caucasian women. And, African-American women are often […]

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Calling ALL Youth…

Straight from Councilman Zack Reed’s office please see the attached flyer. Councilman Reed is encouraging any and every one to attend but he would especially like to invite youth to attend this worthy discussion. Please forward this information to anyone you think may benefit from this information and event. We look forward to seeing you […]

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