~ What We Believe~
The United Methodist Church is a 12.3-million-strong global church that opens hearts, opens minds and open doors through active engagement with our world.
Cordially invites you to attend on of our Sunday services:
7:00 AM Breakfast Jam (Fellowship Hall) Gathering, music & light breakfast fare
7:00 AM Coffee, gathering and clothing distribution
8:00 AM Friendship Prayer Breakfast (Fellowship Hall)
9:00 AM Praise & Testimony Service (Fellowship Hall) *beginning April 22, 2018
10:15-11:15 AM A.W.E. Artistic Worship Experience (sanctuary)(dramatic theme presentation, sermon, communion and choir followed by a fellowship coffee hour.
12:30 AM Recovery Theme Service with worship meal. (Fellowship Hall)
1:00-3:00 PM Sports Fellowship Service *all are invited to join the Recovery Service worship meal, prior to the Sports
We welcome everyone regardless of age, gender, race, economic status, ethnic or religious background, mental or physical ability, or sexual orientation.
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The Out to Lunch Bunch AA meeting Monday -Friday 12-1 PM
Wednesday Morning Bible Study
10:00 - 11:00 a.m. (All are welcome -- no preparation needed!)
PICA Community Meal Fridays: 4:30 - 6:00 PM (Doors open @ 3:00 p.m.; volunteers are always welcome and needed from 3:00 to 7:00 p.m. Contact Diana Burdett: 401-744-7468 email: DBurdett@cox.net or Contact page on PICA's website (RIPICA.org).
For more information contact Karen Gager email@example.com.
Perpetual May Breakfast
~ Our Mission ~
We are a church in the heart of the city—sustained by the reconciling love of God—and providing hope for all people.
~ Our Character ~
We are one of the more than 300 United Methodist congregations belonging to the Reconciling Ministries Network. As part of the reconciling movement, we believe Christ's love is meant for all God's children. We thus welcome our brothers and sisters of all sexual orientations and gender identities.
Our parishioners include heterosexual, bisexual, homosexual, and transgender individuals, as well as heterosexual, transgender, and same-sex couples and families. Our faces are shades of black, brown, and white. Our ages range from the very young to the very old. Some of us are people of means; others not so much. Our cultural backgrounds are diverse. But whatever our differences, we are united in believing that our hearts and actions should be guided by Jesus' fundamental dictum to "love thy neighbor."
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