Campus Ministry supports Providence students in their individual and communal growth as they strive to live the message of the Gospel. The ministry is directed towards and seeks to involve students, faculty, administrators and staff.
Providence encourages all students to engage in all aspects of faith life on campus through liturgies, retreats, worship, and service to the community.
Students actively participate by serving as lectors, assisting the Celebrant during monthly liturgies, taking part in processions and choir. They also help plan services that support spiritual growth, celebrate holidays such as Holy Thursday and Thanksgiving and continue school traditions.
Every year each class attends a developmental and fellowship retreat starting with a day away from campus and building to a two-night, three day retreat during their senior year.
Giving back to the community is a hallmark of a Providence education. All students participate in community service activities each year, with high school students required to complete a minimum of 25 hours of community service and middle school students required to complete 10 hours. Angel Tree, “Stuff the Bus”-Food Drive, Phone Book Recycling Drive and Penny Wars are just some of the ways students give back to their community.