This Sunday, after the morning service, we’ll be gathering for a potluck lunch at the St. Mike’s Parish Hall, followed by our regularly scheduled members’ meeting.
Join us Easter Morning at 10am as we celebrate the hope-announcing resurrection of Jesus our Lord! We will consider the reality and struggle of doubt, and how Jesus engages our doubt to make us hope-filled people in a cynical world. “…blessed are those who have not seen and yet have believed.” (Jesus)
Join us for a service of contemplation upon the message and meaning of the cross of Christ. During this time we will walk through the story of Jesus’ betrayal, trial, crucifixion, and burial and sing classic hymns inspired by this event. *Childcare will be provided for infants and toddlers. **Refreshments to follow.
February 4th marks our two year anniversary as a church here in Bristol. We are thankful for all that God has done in us, among us, and through us. We believe the best is yet to come. After our Sunday gathering, we’ll be holding a special celebration luncheon at the St. Michael’s Parish House at […]
Join us for a special Christmas Eve service of carols, readings, and sermon, as we seek to have a merry and meaningful Christmas. December 24th 10am Colt Auditorium
The Christmas season is upon us. As we hear the holiday music and are beckoned to buy gifts and cash in on sales, we’re reminded that we live in a culture that hates to wait. Christmas morning certainly has its unique joy, but often it is followed by quick burnout and letdown. The season of […]
Sarah, tell us a little bit about yourself: My husband and I currently reside in Swansea, MA. We have a dog named Belle. I work as a Lead Preschool Teacher at a local early learning center. I hold an Associates Degree with a concentration in Special Education. I’m also currently finishing a Bachelor’s Degree in […]
REFORMATION DAY PSALM SING Sunday, October 29, 6pm-7pm Hosted by Christ Reformed Presbyterian Church Held at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, Parish Hall; 81 Warren Ave. East Providence, RI (use side entrance on 4th Street) October 31, 1517 was the day Martin Luther nailed the 95 Theses to the Wittenberg Church door, marking the beginning […]
When we started as a church, we began our first sermon series in the Gospel of Mark. From chapters 8-16 we considered that the way of discipleship for the Christian is the way of the cross. Those were important weeks in the life of our church. We started out with the sober call from Jesus […]