God Space is a home where you belong, where everyone belongs. We create a space of welcome and belonging, like God does. We are a community centered on genuine connection, love, prayer, and a shared responsibility for each other. We seek to witness to inclusivity in a fragmented world. We’re not a church, but some of us go to church. Some of us don’t. Some of us are religious, and some are spiritual but not religious. We are diverse followers of Jesus, seeking growth, unity, acceptance, and a deeper spirituality and faith. We are questioners and doubters, seekers and searchers. And we find God.

 

 

Small Groups

 covington small group

covington small group

We host small groups where we share our faith and our lives as we reflect together on spiritual reading and scripture. Through our sharing and listening, our prayer and presence, we deepen our relationships with each other and with God. We hold a safe space of radical acceptance and find commonality in our shared experiences.

Special Events

 Sundays May 10-June 10/ 3:00-4:30/ Covington, KY

Sundays May 10-June 10/ 3:00-4:30/ Covington, KY

God Space works to build community and deepen our connection to God and spirituality. We host special events that allow us to better know each other and God.

Congregation of Divine Providence

 united in prayer event

united in prayer event

God Space is a ministry sponsored by the Sisters of Divine Providence.

"As for me, I expect everything from Providence.” –John Martin Moye

In August 1889, Sr.M. Chantal Arth, Sr. Camille Schaff, and Sr. Mary Lucy Damidio set out from the convent in St. Jean de Bassel,  France to come to the diocese of Covington, KY.  Barely able to speak English and with no convent to live in, they abandoned themselves to Providence trusting in God in much the same way as the first sisters sent by Jean Martin Moye had done. 

Sisters today continue in that same spirit.  They are educators, healthcare professionals, pastoral associates, directors of religious education.  They work with immigrants, elderly persons , within minority communities,  are involved with peace and justice issues, and  seek always to serve those most in need.  Spread throughout seven states and in several countries the sisters have the same mission: to be the face of a loving, provident God to all they meet.  Most importantly, they hold the world and all its people in their daily prayer.

 

 

 
"God Space is welcoming place of community where I have been welcomed to explore and deepen my faith, and make meaningful connections with others."