Given the warmer weather and the increasing number of members and friends who are fully vaccinated, Barrington Presbyterian Church can now welcome more people to in-person worship. With the newest loosening of restrictions in Rhode Island for indoor population numbers, the church can comfortably and safely welcome up to 50 people into the sanctuary for Sunday Morning Worship.
For this to be accomplished the following practices will be enacted and/or will continue:
Physical distancing requirements for unrelated persons will still be required
Masks while in the sanctuary are still required
Pews immediately in front of the pulpit will continue to be closed
Patio doors in the Narthex and Hallway will be open for increased outside airflow
Offering and bulletins will continue to be available for self-service on the credenza in the Narthex
Communion elements will continue to be available on Communion Sundays in the Narthex to pick up before the start of the service
Cameras, video screens and speakers will continue to be in place so that those in worship and can see, hear and communicate with those attending online
All wishing to attend in-person will continue to be expected to monitor their own health and appropriately choose whether it is safe for you and others to attend in-person on any given Sunday
From jewelry and ceramics to ribbon wreaths and 3D origami, our 2019 Autumn Arts & Crafts Festival is coming up on Sat Oct 26 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and it’s going to be great! We’ll have vendors from a variety of arts and crafts disciplines, plus a tart table, a bake sale, and lots of raffles. There will also be a fun maker space for creative kids to explore different art materials and tools.
Come meet the artists and craftspeople, shop for unique handmade objects, and enjoy a lovely fall day with us! It all takes place at Barrington Presbyterian Church, 400 County Road, Barrington 02806.
For more information, please contact Janet at 401 254 6020 or email her at email@example.com.
Everyone is welcome to come and watch these 3 Lent-themed movies with us and then stay for a discussion. Screenings start at 6:30 pm.
Wed., March 20: “Chocolat” – A French town, complacent in their homogenous, ordered life, is unsettled by a chocolatier who arrives to bring delight, disruption and love in the middle of their Lent.
Wed, April 3: “The Overnighters” – A provocative documentary about a pastor in North Dakota who led his church to follow Christ’s directive to love their neighbors–the desperate, poor, rootless men who flocked to new oil jobs in towns that didn’t want them.
Wed, April 17: “Places in the Heart” – A young widow in segregated, Depression-era Texas fights to save her farm, helped by a blind white man and a poor black man. Their shared struggles culminate in a uniting celebration of Communion, with the community passing each other both the elements and the peace of God.
All movies will be shown in the Graybill Room at the church, with popcorn!
Bring your appetite and join us for our annual community extravaganza Men Who Cook on Fat Tuesday, March 5. We’ll celebrate Mardi Gras and enjoy a great meal together. Save room for dessert! All proceeds benefit TAP-IN and Loaves & Fishes RI. For tickets, call 245-2218.
Join us for our annual community extravaganza Men Who Cook on Fat Tuesday, February 13, to celebrate Mardi Gras and enjoy a great meal together! All proceeds benefit TAP-IN and Mobile Loaves & Fishes RI. For tickets, call 245-2218.
Bring cozy mittens, hats, and small blankets to hang on our Winter Warming Tree! Everything donated will help to assist folks in West Virginia and support the work of Mobile Loaves and Fishes RI. Thank you!
Hello, everyone. I am finally getting my Tumblr posts switched over to our news page so you can read about what I was up to on sabbatical in August. My photos and text are in 3 parts, so just click on the links below.