Marriage is a lifelong, covenant relationship between one woman and one man. We are committed to honoring the covenant” by supporting strong Christian marriages.

In every stage and in every circumstance of life, we want to encourage and enrich godly, lifelong marriages while holding to the truth of God’s Word and defending the covenant relationship that God has established between one man and one woman.

Whether you are engaged or newly married, long-term married or remarried, balancing dual careers or entering retirement, raising children, stepchildren, grandchildren or none at all—whatever stage in life you are in—we want to help you thrive in your marriage. Below you’ll find a variety of resources and opportunities to support you in that endeavor.

Weddings & Pre Marital Counseling

Providence offers several ways to assist couples in getting married. Learn more about facility rental, pre-marital counseling, and general FAQs below.



Providence has a pastoral staff that is available to meet with you to provide biblical guidance, prayer, and assistance for your marriage. For more information or to make an appointment with the Care Pastor, contact Madison at [email protected] or at 919.326-3000.


No matter how long you’ve been married or the condition of your marriage, there are resources available to strengthen your walk as husband and wife.


The Gospel for Sex(ual Sin)

How can we think about the issue of sex and how does the gospel specifically address the issue of sexual sin?


The Gospel For Marriage

Marriage is a gift that God graciously gives to His people. Here we want to consider two truths about marriage and two ways we can celebrate the gift of marriage in our confused world today. Marriage is rooted in a complementarian understanding of gender. God designed man and woman in His own image and likeness…


Responding To The Supreme Court Same-Sex Marriage Ruling

On Friday, June 26, 2015, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) announced their decision to redefine marriage in all 50 states. With marriage being the most foundational building block to the home and society, I imagine the impact will be broad. How should we as a church respond in the days to come? 1. Let’s…


Bryan Nelson

Pastor of Family Care
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