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Worship and Preaching

Worship with Providence Sunday morning at 10:30 

In the sanctuary on Oakland Street in Hendersonville

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On Wednesday evening 7:30-8:30, the Congregation circles up for what we call Deeper, which is an hour of structured meditation, conversation (about the sermon), announcements, reports, and prayer. (Deeper is suspended through the summer.)

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Recent Sermons

I like people with ambition. For twenty years I worked with young adults: first at the college and then with the Academy of Preachers. I met and talked with hundreds…
Barriers can be a blessing or a curse. A baby gate that prevents a toddler from tumbling down the stairs or accessing an area that could be dangerous is a…

I Consider It Trash

May 1, 2022
Dwight A. Moody, preaching   The United Nations now estimates that eight million people will flee Ukraine as refugees. Some will go back, but others will scatter around the world,…

“I Never Get Tired”

April 24, 2022
Dwight A. Moody, preaching     The words made famous by Paul Robeson tell one story: “I gets weary and sick of trying, I’m tired of living and scared of…
Place of Highest Honor A Sermon on Philippians 2:5-11 by Dwight A. Moody Providence Baptist Church, Hendersonville NC   Many people have watched the video of the Ukrainian choir singing…

No One Like You

April 9, 2022
Dwight A. Moody, preaching   Forty-eight years ago, Jan and I had just moved into Judson Hall on the campus of Southern Baptist Seminary in Louisville. One day, we saw…

Shining Like the Sun

April 3, 2022
In a few minutes we will sing everybody’s favorite chorus, “This little light of mine, I’m going to let it shine.” It gives voice and sound to the fundamental element…

The Pleasure of God

March 27, 2022
The song by the late Lenard Cohen entitled Hallelujah is both popular and puzzling. It has stirring sounds but odd lyrics. But the opening stanza has something instructive and useful…

Dying with Hope

March 20, 2022
Dwight A. Moody, preaching:     The Saint Louis Arch opened in January of 1967.  A few months earlier, my family had moved to that great city, and it was…

This Same Attitude

March 4, 2022
Dr. Dwight A. Moody, preaching     The Russian invasion of Ukraine is a perfect counterpoint to the great hymn to Christ which Paul inserted into this lovely little letter.…

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