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New Sermon Series – Thinking Beyond Our Assumptions

Normally, what we love to do on Sunday mornings is open a book of the Bible and just walk through it each week – exposing ourselves to what God has said. But on occasion we take the opportunity to speak to certain topics that are important to our lives as Christians. This Sunday we’re beginning …

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Submission: The Cost of Unity

This article, by Nick Chuan, originally appeared in Cornerstone Magazine, a Christian journal at Brown University and the Rhode Island School of Design. Nick is a senior concentrating in Physics and Philosophy and a member of our church.  Submission is a frowned-upon word today, especially on college campuses like ours. In a world scarred by …

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Gospel Partnerships

On the evening of December 11th, 3 churches from Bristol, Providence, and Cape Cod,  gathered together to celebrate the our partnership in the gospel, and to be encouraged toward increased partnership in the coming year. This post was written by our church planter, Joel Sedam, in Bristol, RI and is an adaptation from a sermon …

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Persevering in Prayer

Prayer is one of the great privileges of the Christian life. Persevering in prayer, however, can be one of the most challenging…especially when circumstances get discouraging. When prayers are not answered as quickly as we would like, we can find ourselves losing faith, praying less, and even giving up. Daniel provides us with an incredible …

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How do we respond?

Where do you start a post like this? Our country has been rocked by 2 shootings in 2 days, (and just as I (Kevin) finished writing this post I hear that 5 police officers are dead and 7 more are wounded). I could write a whole post lamenting the effects of personal sin, systemic sin, …

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Foster Care Awareness Night – 5/25 @7 p.m.

May is National Foster Care Month-a month set aside to create awareness of the approximately 408,000 youth currently mired in the United States Foster Care System.  Who are these youth? They are kids who, at no fault of their own, have been removed from their primary biological caregivers due to abuse, neglect, abandonment, or predictive …

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Membership Classes (Weekend Edition)

The weekend edition of our membership classes are here! These classes will take place at a private residence on Friday night and Saturday morning at our church building on April 22nd & 23rd. If you are interested in becoming a member, or would just like to learn more about what we believe and practice as …

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A Story of God’s Grace: Tiffany’s Testimony

I grew up in the small town of Leland, NC in a non-Christian home. At the age of 7 or 8, I remember us living with my grandparents and a church bus picking us up for church and related activities. I don’t recall learning much, as far as the Gospel was concerned, but I knew of …

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Membership Classes (Weekend Edition)

The weekend edition of our membership classes are here! These classes will take place at a private residence on Friday night and Saturday morning at our church building on December 11th & 12th. If you are interested in becoming a member, or would just like to learn more about what we believe and practice as …

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Welcome Kenny Long and Family

Kenny and his wife Ashley, along with their children Arabella (2), Avery (1) and Asher (4 months); moved to Providence about a month ago from Oklahoma City, with the strategic goal of building relationships with college students and discipling them with the Gospel. They are in the process of getting settled, getting to know the …

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