During worship services, we're asking attendees to self-social distance.
Proper masks/face coverings are optional for those who are vaccinated.
(Let us know if you need a mask and one will be provided for you.)
If you're not comfortable attending due to Covid-19 concerns, we understand.
You can still tune in to our YouTube channel Sundays at 10 am,
taking part in worship from the safety of your home.
The Baptist Church in Warren
Founded in 1764
407 Main St. Warren, RI USA
Mailing Address/Office Building/Parking Lot
16 Miller St. Warren, RI 02885 Map
Handicapped Access from the Parking Lot
RIPTA Bus 60 Providence-Newport Line
Phone: (401) 245-3669
Office Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lion's Den Thrift shop has closed.
10 am Morning Worship in our Sanctuary
News and Information
Heifer Water Project: $500+ raised of our $750 goal. Also, food collecting is ongoing for the town’s food panty at St. Mary of the Bay.
SERVICES BEING HELD ON YOUTUBE!
Even with church open, we will still be presenting our worship services on our YouTube channel. Please join us Sundays at 10 am.
Coming up: Annual Craft Fair
Sunday, October 17, 11am till 5pm
Lion's Den thrift shop has closed
The Lion's Den Thrift Shop has closed. Many thanks to our loyal workers and patrons.
In order to avoid confusion between local and international relief efforts, the Governing Board has elected to change the name of our Relief Fund to the Community Assistance Fund. This fund will continue to help residents of Warren, Bristol and Barrington with a one-time per year contribution of $100.00 towards a utility bill. We used to have the tradition of remembering local residents in need of assistance on Communion Sunday, the first Sunday of each month. Let’s resurrect that tradition to give what we can each month to this very worthy cause. Please remember to indicate on your check, or use the provided communion envelopes for your giving. Thank you.
USE PAYPAL TO GIVE ONLINE
LIVE ON YOUTUBE
We are LIVE on the world wide web! Shut-ins, vacationers, and members who live far away can now experience our church services as they happen. All you need is a computer, tablet, or smart phone, and a high-speed internet connection. Click on the YouTube options near the top of this page.
SUNDAY SERVICE VOLUNTEERING
Volunteers are always needed for coffee hour, for Sunday Morning Worship service ushers, and Nursery Caregivers (during service). The sign-up sheets are located in the Vestry.
REMEMBER SUNDAY WORSHIP TIME 10 AM
Reminder: Sunday Morning Worship begins at 10am. As a courtesy to others, please try to be seated before then. Also, if you come too late, you might miss important morning announcements. Thank-you.
Proof that Masks, Handwashing, and Social Distancing Work
According to Scientific American, influenza cases all over the globe have dropped to “minuscule levels.” We’re not seeing nearly the same numbers as we have in previous years because of the health measures in place to help slow the spread of COVID19 — hand-washing, mask-wearing, staying home when sick, and socially distancing. The publication reports approximately 600 deaths attributed to influenza during the 2020-2021 flu season in the United States, which typically peaks between December and February. Compared to previous years, where the numbers in the 2019-2020 season saw roughly 22,000 deaths, and the 2018-2019 season had more at 34,000 deaths, 600 is a 97 percent drop. So why is that happening?
The numbers are so low because the flu isn’t around. “There’s just no flu circulating,” Greg Poland, a researcher who has been studying the flu for the Mayo Clinic for decades, told Scientific American. Because of the measures in place for COVID, including increased handwashing, wearing masks, and staying home when sick, no one is out there spreading the flu either.
“It turns out if you drastically reduce global travel, close public workplaces and schools, and promote mask-wearing and handwashing, you’ll cut off opportunities for common pathogens to spread.”
We stand opposed to all forms of hate.
With the recent violent tragedies in the U.S.
in mind, below is the official stance of
American Baptist Churches against hate
and bigotry, first conceived in 1957
and added to over time.
We have discontinued the Text in Church program, due to cost, and lack of participation. Please consult this website, or follow us on facebook, to stay informed about our church. Thank you.
Sketch of our church by Laurel Paquin
American Baptist Churches USA (ABCUSA),
American Baptist Churches of RI (ABCORI),
American Baptist Home Mission Societies,
National Council of Churches USA,
Baptist World Alliance,
World Council of Churches,
Lion's Den Thrift Shop,
St. Mary of the Bay Food Pantry,
Warren Churches Association,
Women's Resource Center.