Our Lady of Divine Providence, Providenciales

(4.8/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web)
Take in the unusual modern architecture of Our Lady of Divine Providence and step into the building's lush marble interior, with its curious arena-style layout, for mass. A warm welcome awaits you at the newly completed Roman Catholic church, whether you’re a tourist or local worshipper. Enjoy a traditional mass and steel drum choir, adding a cultural twist to the proceedings, or simply survey the architecture of the building. Add Our Lady of Divine Providence to your Providenciales travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Providenciales travel itinerary planner.
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  • We attended Mass both on Ash Wednesday and the following Sunday. Ash Wednesday Mass was held in the Blue Chapel and the priest welcomed us in a warm, friendly manner and gave us a tour of the main chu...  more »
  • We last visited Turks in 2011 when the church was under construction. It is an island treasure with many thanks to Fr. Bruno as told to us by the Fr. Marroquin. So happy to have share Mass with you! G...  more »
  • The Church of our Lady of Divine Providence is the benchmark of Catholics in Providenciales. The building is modern, but has a pleasing, both outside and inside. It consists of a large main square-shaped room with chairs arranged like an amphitheater where the Sunday mass at 9 in English and from an anonymous dial-in, chapel for masses in Creole and Spanish. Leaving the city on the highway that goes to the Leeward direction, it is found after less than a kilometer on the left, in a neighborhood where all the churches of the various religious denominations. I attended the mass in Spanish at 12.30 in the Chapel; mass particularly crowded because of the tourists, with the chapel too crowded up to capacity. Maybe, he might as well keep it in church. The mass is followed with attention by the local people and there are also many children, despite a homily rhetoric and boring.
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  • A parish that genuinely depends on Divine Providence and at the same time looks after many who are needy and hopeless. May the Lord continue to Bless them.