Doors to Cologne
Sujay Natson ’16
In most of our past issues, we profiled a campus ministry each to encourage readers to plug into them. This issue,
we decided to profile local churches instead with the hope that readers would prayerfully consider visiting them.
47 Fenner Street
Sunday 10am and 6pm
Grace Harbor is a church that seeks to display God’s glory among ourselves,
our community, and the nations. We do that by being Gospel-centered and
Word driven in our efforts to follow Jesus together. That means that when
we gather as a church the Bible is shaping what we sing, how we pray, and
the content of our sermons. Our desire is that these times would produce a
Christ-like love for one another, so that our life together reflects gospel itself
and the world may know the truth about Jesus (John 13:34-35; 17:23).
72 Clifford St, Providence, RI
Trinity Presbyterian Church, located just a short walk from the Brown and
RISD campuses, exists to proclaim the good news of Jesus Christ crucified
and raised from the dead. We have a long history, especially through our RUF
ministry, of helping students to engage Scripture, to experience the warmth
and acceptance of genuine Christian community, and to discover the life,
hope, and joy that are to be found only in Christ. We gather for worship every
Sunday morning at 10:30….please join us! We are grateful for the ways in
which students, undergraduate and graduate, enrich our life as a church!
184 Broad St Providence, RI
Sunday 10am and 5pm
Renaissance Church (REN) is a church that exists to give glory to Jesus. A
nondenominational church started by Pastor Scott Axtmann in 2001, REN
truly embraces the diversity of the Christian body. Members at REN come from
all different church backgrounds, but unite in worship for the person that is
Jesus Christ. After a few location changes, this year REN has settled into the
South Side of Providence, at 184 Broad St. Located so close to downtown,
REN church has a dream and a vision to see revival in this city, and for REN
to be a vehicle for the Holy Spirit to pour out on Rhode Island. Services are at
10pm & 5pm on Sundays, and Refresh Prayer is on Wednesdays at 7pm.
500 Hope St, Providence, RI
Providence Presbyterian Church belongs to God. The Holy Spirit calls us together
from around the world to be a welcoming and inclusive community of faith
committed to Jesus Christ and the Word of God as proclaimed in the Bible.
Through worship, education, and fellowship, we prayerfully use our diverse
gifts and resources to proclaim God’s message of unending love. We
share Christ’s reconciling message of love by nurturing the spirituality of
each person, cultivating a justice-minded worshiping community, and
creatively responding to the needs of our neighbors near and far.
You’re invited to our College Fellowship Brunch each 1st Sunday.