"Worship the Lord with gladness; come into his presence with singing" Psalm 100:2

Worship Schedule


Sunday Morning

8 AM Holy Eucharist, Rite II
This smaller, more intimate service takes place in the All Saints Chapel. The Chapel sits approximately forty people and is accessible from outside through the door to the right of the large main doors. There is no music, but there is a sermon.

9 AM The Bible Today: A Graceful Engagement with Scripture. Join us to discuss  how we live lives of faithfulness, commitment and beauty.  Join us over coffee for lively discussion in the Guild Room.

10 AM Holy Eucharist, Rite II
Our principal service includes congregational and choral singing as well as beautiful organ music. Lay volunteers participate by singing in the choir, reading the Scripture lessons, praying the Prayers of the People, and serving as Eucharistic Ministers.

10 AM Sunday School
Sunday School classes for youth ages 3-15 are conducted every Sunday morning at 10 AM. Children join their families in the service during the Sign of the Peace. In the Christian Formation program at Emmanuel, we use Godly Play. Godly Play “teaches children the art of using Christian language – parable, sacred story, silence and liturgical action – helping them become more fully aware of the mystery of God’s presence in their lives”. If you have questions about Godly Play or the Christian Formation Program, please contact the Parish Office at 401-847-0675.

Tuesday Mornings

10 AM Holy Eucharist, Rite I.
We celebrate the Eucharist on Tuesday mornings in the Chapel using Rite I. Its older, more traditional language provides an alternative to the more modern language of Rite II used at our other services. Join us for tea in the Guild Room after the service.

Wednesday Evenings

6 PM Holy Eucharist, Rite II.
On Wednesday evenings at 6 PM, we gather for Eucharist in the church’s choir stalls. At this service we use a variety of liturgies approved by the Church for use at times other than Sunday, and we celebrate Saints’ Days and other occasions with the Eucharist. The sermon is informal and interactive. This service is periodically followed by education and fellowship programs throughout the year.