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This special service will focus on the work of Jesus on the cross through film, art, readings, music, and communion. We look forward to seeing you.


March 30th at 6pm


15 Hayes St, Providence


Free parking directly across the street at the Providence Place Mall

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This Easter season you’re invited to join us on March 24th as we love our city through city-wide, community led projects. We will meet together that morning at 10am at 15 Hayes St before going out.

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Refugee Family Field Day

We are inviting the Providence refugee community that we are connected with to a morning of games and food and fun.

Contact: Ben

Camp St Beautification Project

Cleaning streets, planting flowers, partnering with a local community group, giving away   Easter dinner baskets.

Contact: Maddie

West Side (Pop Up) Block Party

Winter is over! Join us as we bless the West Side with free Nice Slice pizza and Knead Donuts and music, and lawn games and dancing

Contact: Rene

March For Our Lives

Prayer at 12pm at 15 Hayes St before walking over to the Statehouse lawn to rep Sanctuary at an event focused on recent school shootings

Many more projects to come…


church gatherings


You’re invited to Easter weekend 2018 at Sanctuary Church.

Whether you’re a follower of Jesus, someone who is searching, a regular church attendee, or someone who is fed up with religion, we welcome you.

Everything you need to know is at


Easter Services at the Columbus Theatre, Downtown, and the North End of Providence

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“No one can read the Gospels without feeling the actual presence of Jesus. His personality pulsates in every word. No myth is filled with such life.” + Einstein 


blog / the scandalous dinner table

A follow up resource for  Sunday’s teaching “jesus came eating and drinking:”

We typically fill our parties with people similar to ourselves. We invite into our homes those we work with, play with, or otherwise have something in common with. (more…)


blog / the heritage of atheism

“The story I have to tell is the history of the next two centuries….For a long time now our whole civilization has been driving, with a tortured intensity growing from decade to decade, as if towards a catastrophe: restlessly, violently, tempestuously, like a mighty river desiring the end of its journey, without pausing to reflect, indeed fearful of reflection….Where we live, soon nobody will be able to exist.”(1)


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blog / between resolution and mission

“Make a New Year’s resolution to give up an old habit,” proclaims a billboard put up by a fledgling newspaper trying to woo away readers from a more established paper. This is the time of the year when the very word “resolution” catches our attention, and the advertisement was cashing in on the sentiment. (more…)


sanctuary church in the providence phoenix

Over the summer the Providence Phoenix newspaper (think The Village Voice for PVD) came to our Sunday gathering and interviewed  Pastor Andrew. We were grateful to have them write such an affirming and favorable article. (more…)