Reformed Baptist Church in Rhode Island

This is a list of 3 Reformed Baptist Churches in Rhode Island. These churches either subscribe to The 1689 London Baptist Confession of Faith or something similar. If a church does not fully hold to the 1689, or the website is not clear, there will be a “Note” about this. Our goal is to provide the most comprehensive and up-to-date Reformed Baptist church directory on the Internet.

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List of Reformed Baptist Churches in Rhode Island

These churches have not been individually vetted, so it is important to exercise discernment in determining the quality of any of these churches.

Grace Bible Church

Address: 116 Rolfe Square, Cranston RI 02910


Phone: 401-484-1422

Confession: New Hampshire Confession

Last Updated: 08/12/2020

Grace Community Baptist Church

Address: 621 Woonasquatucket Ave. North Providence, RI 02911


Phone: Jack Buckley, Rob Ventura: (401) 826 3121



Last Updated: 08/12/2020

Grace Harbor Church

Address: 47 Fenner St., Providence RI 02903


Phone: 401-453-0439

Confession: New Hampshire Confession

Grace Harbor Church is a Baptist church that seeks to display God’s glory by being gospel-centered and word-driven as we worship Him according to His commands as a body of believers in community.

Last Updated: 08/12/2020

Characteristics of a Good Reformed Baptist Church

When looking for a good church to attend, here are some things to

  • Does the church hold to the 1689 London Baptist Confession of Faith, or something similar to the 1689? Subscribing to a confession helps keep a church accountable, so that the pastor, or a guest preacher, cannot simply teach whatever he wants to teach. With a confession, the congregation should not be surprised by the content of a sermon.
  • Does the church practice expository preaching, or, in other words, preaching through the Bible verse-by-verse, instead of topically? While topical sermons are sometimes appropriate, expository preaching prevents the pastor(s) from preaching only on “hobby-horse” topics.
  • Does the church have a vibrant community, where the members love and care for one another? Do the members of the church strive to serve one another, as well as reach out to the community around them?

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