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Saint John The Evangelist
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Our common life as a parish family is grounded both in the sacramental life of Catholic practice and the Evangelical proclamation of Holy Scripture.
Address61 Poplar St Newport, RI 02840-2434
Phone(401) 848-2561
We heartily welcome all visitors to share in the fullness of traditional Catholic worship.

Our common life as a parish family is grounded both in the sacramental life of Catholic practice and the Evangelical proclamation of Holy Scripture. We invite you to return often and, if you are searching for a spiritual home that embodies the traditional values of morality, spirituality, liturgy and custom we invite you to make this parish yours.

We are members of the worldwide Anglican communion and of Forward In Faith, which promotes "an ecclesial structure in which our children and children's children can grow in faith; one that will continue the orders of bishop and priest as the Church has received them; one that can guarantee a sacramental life."

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· Clergy, Staff & Vestry
· Guilds & Organizations
· Parish History

· Grafton House
· Stations of the Cross

· The Evangelist
· Submit Article/Suggestion

· Anglican Music Tradition
· Hook & Hastings Organ
· Choral Evensong

· Ordo Calendar
· Helpful Links & Articles
· Guild Hall Availability
· Weddings at S. John's
· Baptism at S. John's
· Summer Fair Info
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· Contact Us

Saint John the Evangelist Church was founded in 1875, when members of the Saint Stephen's Guild of Trinity Church, Newport, decided to start a mission in the Point section of Newport. They were encouraged in this effort by Trinity's rector, the Reverend Doctor I. P. White. At the time, the Point had no other house of worship.
The new mission held its first service on Sunday, July 11, 1875, in rooms on the corner of Poplar and Third Street that ...

8:00 am Low Mass
9:00 am Christian Education
10:00 am Sung Mass

5:30 pm Evening Prayer
6:00 pm Schola Cantorum rehearsal

6:00 pm Choral Evensong and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament

10:00 am Low Mass
Confessions Sat. 5-5:30 and by appointment

Christ the King (Trinity XXII)

5-7:00 pm Harvest Dinner

11:00 am Annual Requiem and Meeting of the American Branch of the Guild of All Souls

8:00 am Low Mass (Trinity XXIV)

10:00 am Solemn Requiem
4:00 pm "Voices for Caroline":
hymn sing to benefit the Caroline Cancer Fund

6:00 pm Low Mass, followed by
Movie Night: A Man for All Seasons

Feast of Consecration (observed)
9:00 am Sung Mass

6:00 pm Service of Advent Lessons & Carols

7:30 pm Swanhurst Chorus concert: "Mary, Queen of Heaven"


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