- Sunday Eucharist 8 am & 10 am (with music)
- Wednesday at 6 pm
- Taizé Service fourth Sunday of the month at 5 pm
As a precaution, all worship services (Sunday and weekday), gatherings, and meetings, both parish and community groups, are suspended indefinitely. Wednesday Office Hours are cancelled. It is hoped this social distancing will prevent the further spread of COVID-19, keeping all people safe.
A video of Morning Prayer and Sermon is available each Sunday morning at 10 am on the parish Facebook page (you do not need a Facebook account to view it). You may find worship videos by clicking here
The service bulletin for Morning Prayer and Sermon with piano music for Sunday, May 9 is available here: Easter 6 2021 MP PDF
A sermon text for each Sunday is found on the “Rector’s Musings” page of this site.
An audio recording of the sermon is available in “Sermons” on this site.
All are welcome!
Since 1859 The Church of the Redeemer has been a spiritual home for Episcopalians on Providence’s Eastside. The Redeemer is a growing parish in the Summit and Mount Hope neighborhoods of Providence.
Some parishioners live within walking distance, others travel from other communities in Rhode Island. Throughout its history this parish has been committed to the inclusion of all people. At its founding that meant pews were free so, regardless of economic means, anyone could attend. A century later the parish was active in supporting women’s ordination and the full inclusion of LGBT people. More recently we have committed to the work of racial reconciliation.
Our buildings serve not only as the Redeemer’s home, but we are proud to share our space with several community groups. During the week Providence Swings, several Twelve Step groups, the Senior Citizen Orchestra of Rhode Island, the Girl Scouts, and Eastside Music Together meet at the Redeemer. We also host neighborhood meetings and are a polling place for elections.
Liturgically the Redeemer enjoys traditional liturgy and music, celebrating our ancient and transcendent Anglican heritage. The Eucharist is celebrated each Sunday at 8 am (said) and 10 am (with music). There is a Wednesday evening 6 pm Eucharist.
Wherever you may be on your journey, this inclusive, diverse community of followers of Jesus invites you to join us.
There’s a place at the table for you!