Adults at New Providence Presbyterian Church
God designed us to be in relationship not only with Him, but with one another. So how does a church with hundreds of members get to know each other? Through small groups and through women’s and men’s ministries.
Small Groups - Many small groups have formed for different stages of life, special interests, study, service and fellowship. Each group has a slightly different emphasis, but this in common: worship, fellowship, study and service. Many small groups meet in people’s homes during the week, as well as on Sundays. There are groups made up of young adults, seniors, mothers and young families that meet with children. Visit this page to see the small groups we have at NPPC.
Women's Ministries - Our active women’s ministry supports upwards of a dozen Bible or book studies, as well as groups focused on prayer, parenting, and various opportunities for hands-on participation in area missions efforts. Many special events are held throughout the year, including retreats and seminars.
Men's Ministries - At least twice a year, the men of NPPC meet together for a breakfast and an inspiring presentation by a guest speaker.
Discover NPPC - New Members Class
January 22 through February 26, from 10am to 11am in Room 200A
Do you want to learn more about NPPC and consider your next step of involvement with our church community? We invite you to join us for six Sunday mornings, from January 22 through February 26, from 10am to 11am in Room 200A as we explore what we believe, ways we can grow in our faith together and opportunities to
connect and serve as part of NPPC. After this time together you will be prepared to become a member of NPPC if you want to take that step. Contact Pastor Jeff Lee
at email@example.com or Gregg Chatterton at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions. Register online here.
If you have further questions concerning our different Adult Ministry opportunities? Simply fill out the form below to get in touch with us! To see our small group currently meeting at NPPC, visit this page.