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CCOP on YouTube

You can find all of our latest sermon videos. Whether you missed a Sunday service or just want to re-watch a favorite message, our YouTube page is the perfect place to do so. Simply click the link below!


CCOP on Facebook

Community Church of Providence has a new site on Facebook. Our old site is no longer active (as of a few months ago), and so we want to make sure you are connected to the current page, https://www.facebook.com/CommunityofProv/.

By following us on Facebook, you'll have access to information about upcoming services, community events, volunteer opportunities, and much more.


Just a friendly reminder to set your clocks forward Saturday night. Daylight Saving Time begins, so don't forget to adjust your clocks to ensure you arrive on time for our service. We look forward to seeing you all there!

Weekly Prayer


We Are of a Tribe

We plant seeds in the ground

And dreams in the sky,

Hoping that, someday, the roots of one

Will meet the upstretched limbs of the other.

It has not happened yet.

We share the sky, all of us, the whole world:

Together, we are a tribe of eyes that look upward,

Even as we stand on uncertain ground.

The earth beneath us moves, quiet and wild,

Its boundaries shifting, its muscles wavering.

The dream of sky is indifferent to all this,

Impervious to borders, fences, reservations.

The sky is our common home, the place we all live.

There we are in the world together.

The dream of sky requires no passport.

Blue will not be fenced. Blue will not be a crime.

Look up. Stay awhile. Let your breathing slow.

Know that you always have a home here.

Alberto Rios

Faithful Reflections

(Ms. Taisha Thompson Office Administrator and Community Care Coordinator)

Luke 6:38 -Give, and it will be given to you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together, running over, will be put into your lap, for the measure you give will be the measure you get back.

In Luke 6:38, Jesus teaches about the intertwined nature of generosity and faith. By giving generously, we not only bless others but also demonstrate our trust in God's provision. Our act of giving reflects our hearts and deepens our faith, showing obedience and worship to God as the ultimate provider.

Through generosity, we participate in God's kingdom work, spreading love, joy, and hope. As we give sacrificially, we trust in God's abundance and His promise of overflowing blessings. This practice transforms us, shifting our mindset from scarcity to abundance and deepening our relationship with God.

Let us be inspired by Luke 6:38 to live lives marked by generosity, faith, and love, knowing that in giving, we receive God's immeasurable grace and blessings

The upcoming Women's Bible Study Book will be available for purchase for only $15 each. This is an incredible opportunity to deepen your faith and connect with other women in our community. We encourage you to take advantage of this offer and grab your copy this weekend. 

The books will also be made available for purchase in the church office during the week. Don't miss out on this resource for your spiritual growth and development. We look forward to seeing you at the Women's Bible Study!

March 11 and 25, 2024

The Narragansett Nation, a two-part lecture series, free and open to the public. 

Sponsored by the UUCSC Antiracism Group 7:00-8:30  UUCSC Sanctuary

Part I "Traditions and Lifeways"

Part II "Survivance of the Narragansett in RI"

Click here to read the press release
Click here to register for tickets

You are welcome to join us for a special Easter Sunrise Service at Swan Point Cemetery at 6:30 on Easter morning. This event is hosted by Bethel AME Church, Providence Presbyterian Church, and Swan Point Cemetery. Following the service, there will be a time for fellowship and refreshments.

Family and Friends Summer Camp Registration

We want to encourage as many as possible to register for this week and attend together as a church. Scholarships are available from CCOP. Families stay together in retreat style or camping style accommodations, based on your preference, and all lodging and meals are included. It is a flexible camp week. We are free to join in any of the available activities like canoeing, swimming, and worship, or do our "own thing."

Spots tend to fill up in March, so if you are interested, please register as soon as possible. For scholarship information, email Pastor Sarah at [email protected].

Click here for Camp Wightman Registration
Click here for Palm Sunday Potluck dish sign up

We invite you to join us for a special Maundy Thursday service on March 28th at 6pm. This is a time for reflection and remembrance as we approach the Easter weekend. During the service, we will reflect on the Last Supper and Jesus' sacrifice for us. It's a meaningful and spiritual experience that you won't want to miss. We look forward to seeing you there and sharing this important time together.

ABCORI Annual Gathering March 9th Register to attend by simply clicking the link below

you also may register by calling the ABCORI office at (401) 522-9731.

ABCORI annual gathering registration
Click here to purchase tickets
Together with Love Organization

Looking ahead, save the date and mark your calendars for the first Saturday of spring break! Join us at United Skates of America and let's skate together in faith. It will be a fun-filled event where we can bond over skating and create lasting memories. This is an exciting opportunity to come together as a community and enjoy a day of faith-filled fun!

United Skates Event page

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[401 751 9328] [[email protected]]

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