So far, 69 congregations of every denomination across the state have responded to the invitation to donate a brick for the Memorial Walkway of the Station Fire Memorial in West Warwick. Congregations that wish to be listed as donors in the program at the Dedication and Blessing taking place on Oct. 23 at 1 PM must order bricks by Sept. 30.
Bricks ordered now will be installed after the dedication, but congregations who make a commitment by Sept. 30 will be included in the list of faith communities inserted into the program.
To make a commitment to donate a brick email Dan Barry (email@example.com) and tell him that your faith community wants to make a contribution to the Memorial Park. Churches do not need to send the money immediately, or even commit to an amount; they just must commit to making a contribution by Oct. 15, 2016.
If you have any questions please feel free to call Dan Barry at 401-996-1772 or the Rev. Dr. Don Anderson at 401-578-0388.
Station Fire Memorial Faith Giving as of August 31, 2016:
Numbers of congregations:
American Baptist: 15
United Church of Christ: 1
69 congregations have donated $49,632.55
American Baptist, First Baptist Church-EG
American Baptist, Emmanuel Baptist Church
American Baptist, North Foster Baptist
American Baptist, Greenville Baptist Church
American Baptist, Cross Mills Baptist Church
American Baptist, Tabernacle Baptist Church
American Baptist, Lakewood Baptist Church
American Baptist, Oaklawn Baptist Church
American Baptist, Bethany Baptist Church
American Baptist, Norwood Baptist Church
American Baptist, Comm. Church of Prov.
American Baptist, Wickford Baptist Church
American Baptist, Limerock Baptist
American Baptist, North Scituate Baptist Church
American Baptist, Phenix Baptist Church
American Baptist, American Baptist Churches of Rhode Island
Episcopal, All Saints Memorial Episcopal, Prov.
Episcopal, St. Peter & St. Andrew Epis., Prov.
Episcopal, St. Mark's Episcopal-Warwick
Episcopal, St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Alton
Episcopal, St. Anne's by the Sea, Block Island
Episcopal, St. Frances Episcopal Ch, Coventry
Episcopal, Church of the Holy Cross, Middletown
Episcopal, The Church of the Good Shepherd, Pawtucket
Episcopal, Chapel of St. John the Divine, Saunderstown
Episcopal, St. Barnabas Church, Warwick
Episcopal, Episcopal Church Women of RI
Episcopal, Church of the Transfiguration-Cranston
Episcopal, Trinity Church, Pawtuxet
Evangelical, Church of Apostles
Jewish, Temple Emanu- El
Jewish, Rabbi Richard & Mrs. Kit Perlman
Jewish ,Temple Habonim
Roman Catholic, SS John & James Parish,
Roman Catholic, SS John & Paul Parish, Coventry
Roman Catholic, St. Joseph Parish, W Warwick
Roman Catholic, St. Joseph Parish, Woonsocket
Roman Catholic, St. Jude Parish, Lincoln
Roman Catholic, St. Kevin Parish, Warwick
Roman Catholic, St. Margaret Parish, Rumford
Roman Catholic, Mary Martha of Mankind N. Prov.
Roman Catholic, St. Mary Parish, W. Warwick
Roman Catholic, St. Mary Parish, Pawtucket
Roman Catholic, St. Mary Parish, Providence
Roman Catholic, St. Michael Parish, Esmond
Roman Catholic, Our Lady of Lourdes Parish, Prov.
Roman Catholic, St. Philip Parish, Greenville
Roman Catholic, Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary Parish, N. Prov.
Roman Catholic, St. Robert Bellarmine Parish, Johnston
Roman Catholic, Bishop Thomas Tobin
Roman Catholic, Roman Catholic Diocese of Prov.
Roman Catholic, St. Anthony Parish, No. Prov.
Roman Catholic, St. Anthony Parish, W. Warwick
Roman Catholic, St. Benedict Parish, Warwick
Roman Catholic, Blessed Sacrament Parish, Prov.
Roman Catholic, Christ the King Parish, Centerville
Roman Catholic, Christ the King Parish, Kingston
Roman Catholic, St. Clare Parish, Misquamicut
Roman Catholic, St. Edward Parish, Pawtucket
Roman Catholic, St. Frances de Sales Parish, No. Kingstown
Roman Catholic, St. Gregory The Great, Warwick
Roman Catholic, Holy Angels Parish, Barrington
Roman Catholic, Holy Cross Parish, Prov.
Roman Catholic, Immaculate Conception Parish, Cranston
Roman Catholic, St. James Parish, Manville
Roman Catholic, Jesus Saviour Parish, Newport
Roman Catholic, St. Joan of Arc Parish Cumberland
Roman Catholic, St. Gabriel-Youth Group
United Church of Christ, Moosup Valley Congregational
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