Fellowship Time – 9:30-10:30 am

Join Pastor Marcus Doe and others for an online Zoom Fellowship Time from 9:30-10:30. Join for all or part of the time. We’d love to see you!

Providence Easter Greetings!


“Were You There” – John Hyde

“Mwokozi Wetu” – The Bisimwa Family

“Hosanna – English/Spanish” – Ely and Osvaldo Galaviz Jr.

“Be Thou My Vision (Instrumental)” – Juaquine and Mandi Silveira

“Great is Thy Faithfulness” and “Inua Moyo Wangu” – Joseph Tchombela

“Ain’t No Grave” – Chandler Allen with Kevin Root


This week’s offering song is brought to you by the Salazar girls!

Give your Tithes and Offerings

If your child(ren) would like to sing the offering song, email your recording to Katie Larsen at klarsen@providencedenver.org.

Easter Testimonies

Tony Bisimwa

The past four weeks have not been the best for anyone. Having to deal with this unprecedented event that was caused by the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic has been unbelievably crippling. That is something that I never thought would ever happen in the real world. The only time I have ever heard of something like this was in the tv show The Last Ship season one. The USS Nathan James, with its captain Tom Chandler and virologist Dr. Rachel Scott, had to find a vaccine of the Red Flu pandemic that wiped out half of the human population. I guess that what I am just trying to say is that the world is currently living a horror movie. We have indeed heard about the 1918 Mexican Flu, but there is indeed a massive difference between hearing about something and living that thing.

While this virus has been mostly lethal, it has also led to the disruption of many events. These events include all the experiences that make the high school senior year such a memorable experience; senior sunset, prom, senior barbeque, college sign in day, and most importantly, graduation ceremony. All these events have either been canceled or postponed as the result of Coronavirus. Being a high school senior, this made me extremely anxious and frustrated.

However, one week ago, I received a call from my brother, and he read to me Romans 8:28, which says, “And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.” It is at that moment that I was reminded that fear is a liar; he will take your rest and steal your happiness. I know that it is tough to see how things will work for good amidst this chaos, but as Christians, Paul reminds us in second Corinthians 5:7 that we live by faith and not by sight. I, therefore, invite you, Providence family, to have faith that all things will work for good.

Andrea Moreno

Throughout these circumstances I’ve seen God move in my life. Especially with my faith. Being able to worship him daily by myself in my room has been a huge blessing that is changing me in a way, although I’m not sure how yet, I know it’s for the better and a new me is falling in love with Jesus. I’ve got to admit before all of this, I knew I was believing in God but not 100% and  I wasn’t being honest with God or myself but after spending hours of listening to worship music and reading my Bible more often and praying with my family, I know God is real and even though sometimes we might be lost we’ve got to trust him, I say this because I was laying down at night sometime last week not being able to fall asleep and this song came on and it said,

“ I know you’re good
But this don’t feel good right now
And I know you think
Of things I could never think about
It’s hard to count it all joy
Distracted by the noise
Just trying to make sense
Of all your promises
Sometimes I gotta stop
Remember that you’re God
And I am not “

In that instant I knew God hears us, he hears our pain, our prayers and he’s moving even if we may not see it. Now I’m stronger in my faith better than ever!

Felipe and Monica Moreno

We would love to hear what God is saying to you through His Word and how He is answering your prayers. Please submit written or recorded testimonies to Katie Larsen at klarsen@providencedenver.org.


Jonah 2:7-9 (ESV)

When my life was fainting away,
    I remembered the Lord,
and my prayer came to you,
    into your holy temple.
Those who pay regard to vain idols
    forsake their hope of steadfast love.
But I with the voice of thanksgiving
    will sacrifice to you;
what I have vowed I will pay.
    Salvation belongs to the Lord!”


  1. Where in life have you experienced the terrible kindness of God?
  2. How did that experience change or shape you?
  3. What has the pandemic meant for your relationship with God?

Sermón de Pascua (Español)


Join Youth Director Osvaldo Galaviz Jr. for a special 15 minute KidCity Easter lesson!

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PASTOR Q & A – 1:00 PM

Join Pastor Josh Larsen for a live afternoon Q & A session at 1:00. We’d love to see you!