Easter to Dawn With Sunrise Services

Barrington's Christian churches to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ Sunday morning.

Christian worshipers will gather when the sun rises tomorrow, Easter morning, at two locations to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Those sunrise services will be followed by traditional worship services at all of Barrington's Christian churches.

The Barrington Clergy Association is sponsoring the sunrise ecumenical communion service at Osamequin Nature Trails and Bird Sanctuary on Hundred Acre Cove just off the Wampanoag Trail. It starts at 6:15 am.

The sunrise service at Barrington Beach at the end of Bay Road on Narragansett Bay starts at 6 am.

Here are the Easter Sunday service times for all of Barrington's Christian churches:

The Rev. Dr. Jeffrey W. Larsen

The Rev. Elizabeth Barnum

461 County Road

9:15 am and 11 am worship in the sanctuary. 

The services will include preaching by the Rev. Dr. Larsen, a children’s message, organ and brass music, and singing by the church’s adult choir. 

The early service will be followed by an Easter egg hunt for children up to third grade. Kids are asked to bring their own baskets to gather eggs.

The Rev. Paul Martins

25 Old County Road

6 am sunrise service at Barrington Beach

9 am and 10:45 am church services

The Rev. Patrick Notley

400 County Road

11:00 am Easter worship service

The Rev. Nancy Nitzman Behr

230 Washington Road

9 am  Service of the Resurrection

Followed by an Easter egg hunt for children

The Rev. Raymond Ferrick

341 Maple Avenue

8 am and 10:30 am Easter masses

The Rev. Andrew Simon

49 Middle Highway

9 am contemporary gathering

Easter brunch from 10 to 11 am

Sunday School children will hunt for Easter eggs

11 am traditional worship

The Rev. Robert K. Marshall

191 County Road

6 am Easter Vigil with Holy Eucharist and Holy Baptism

9 am and 11 am Holy Eucharist

The Rev. Robert E. Hawkins

The Rev. Lukasz Willenberg

108 Washington Road

7 am/8:30 am/10:00 am/11:30 am Holy masses

No Sunday School

St. Matthew and Mark Episcopal Church

The Rev. Judith Mitchell

The Rev. Richard Shippee

5 Chapel Road

8 am and 10 am Holy Eucharist



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