Saint Francis Episcopal Church · 132 Peckham Lane, RR #2 · Coventry, Rhode Island 02816 · 401-397-7757
We are a people who honor, cherish, and celebrate God's creation, and seek tobe good stewards of the earth. We are a group that is committed to deepening our spiritual lives and a people who believe that God calls us to a place of deeper compassion, creativity, and love. Our life together is centered around the Holy Eucharist, with communion services held every Sunday. As a response to our faith in Jesus Christ, we strive to make our parish a place of hope to the despairing, of growth to the spiritually hungry, of healing to those in pain, of comfort to those in need, and a place of empowerment so that we may serve Christ in the world.
We offer many ways to serve through committees such as: Worship and Education Committee, Buildings and Grounds, Finance, Pastoral Care, and during our church service as ushers, Lectors and Intercessors.
Mission statement: We commit ourselves to love and to serve the Lord by welcoming the stranger, reaching out to the community, and sharing the hope of Christ.
Confirmation and Reception
Diocesan Confirmations are held at each individual parish or mission church. If you think you are interested in Confirmation or Reception, or if you have questions about the processes, please speak with Fr. Sean.
Episcopal Charities: Support the fine work that the Charities provides throughout the state, supporting non-profit agencies that benefit those in need--feeding the hungry, giving comfort to the aged and ill, and providing opportunities for young people. Please pick up your pledge card in the Parish Hall; if you have any specific questions about Episcopal Charities, please see Debbie Fisher.
Sunday services: 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM.
Education (Fall, Winter, & Spring Schedule)
Sunday School: Godly Play curriculum at 8:45 am each Sunday
Journey to Adulthood: 10:10 am each Sunday Adult Education: 10:10 Sunday mornings. See below for details.
Please help fill the basket in the Parish Hall.
- Coventry Food Pantry's foods of the month include peanut butter and jelly. Help us fill the basket in the parish hall!
- Blessing Bags--We are also collecting gloves, socks, water, snacks, etc., to fill bags that can be handed to people in need whenever the need arises.
March 9, 16, 23, 30 and April 6: Please join us for evening prayer followed by a simple soup dinner and Bible study.
Adult Education: Join us between services as we read and discuss the text, Speaking Christian, by Marcus Borg. All are welcome.
Help Wanted, part-time: Godly Play Teacher needed who will job share with 2 other teachers on a rotating basis. Job requirements include: kindness, good listening skills, patience, joy, and enthusiasm. Lesson plans and materials are provided. No experience is required. Please see Deb Fernandes for more information.
Help wanted—Acolytes—If you are 10 or older and would like to serve on the altar on Sunday mornings, please speak with Fr. Sean.