A Community of Jesus' People for All Sinners and Saints

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500th Anniversary of the Reformation

It was 500 years since Martin Luther began what was to be known as the Reformation.  It all started on the Eve of October 31, 1517!


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God's purpose for Pilgrim Lutheran Church is to build our relationships with Jesus and to share our gifts with the community.

Praying always—Serving with Joy—Teaching
Proclaiming the Good News—Building community.


Pilgrim Lutheran Church is a community of the people of God, called to minister to all God's people. We believe that the Gospel is God's gift to all people, to be shared unconditionally, without regard to sexual orientation, gender identity, cultural or ethnic background, abilities, socioeconomic or family status, gender, or age.

 We welcome all God's children.




E-Alert from Lutheran Disaster Response
















Do not fear, for I am with you, do not be afraid, for I am your God."
– Isaiah 41:10

Dear friends,

Hurricane Irma is one of the most powerful storms ever recorded in the
Atlantic. The Category 5 storm hit the Caribbean and is expected to skirt or pass directly over Florida, causing widespread damage and threatening loss of life.

As a church, we’re standing by our neighbors who are already affected, and we are ready to assist in additional locations as disaster strikes. Lutheran Disaster Response’s affiliates, companion churches and international partners are collaborating with community leaders and government officials to respond.
Please give now to support this response.

Unfortunately, Hurricane Irma was not the first major hurricane with catastrophic effects this season, and it may not be the last. If you’ve given to support Hurricane Harvey relief, Thank You.
To give to the hurricane response where funds are needed most, click here and select “Hurricane response.” To give directly to relief efforts for Hurricane Irma, click here and select “Hurricane Irma.” Either way, your gifts will be used entirely (100 percent) for direct response efforts.

Stay connected to the latest events and our response to this and other disasters through our
Facebook page. Join me in prayer and partnership, and use this bulletin insert in your congregation to help spread the word. Find additional resources for worship here.

With gratitude for your partnership,

Daniel Rift
The Rev. Daniel Rift
Director, ELCA World Hunger and
Disaster Appeal

Evangelical Lutheran Church in America












Additional Ways to Give

Checks or money orders can be sent to:
Lutheran Disaster Response
P.O. Box 1809
Merrifield, VA 22116-8009

Write "Hurricane Response" on your check memo line.

Give by phone at 800-638-3522 or online.











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1817 Warwick Avenue, Warwick, Rhode Island 02889
(401) 739-2937

Sunday Schedule

All Are Welcome! 

8:00 a.m.

Holy Communion

 Spoken Service

9:30 a.m.

Holy Communion

Music, Hymns, Signing for hearing impaired.

 Summer Service

Air Conditioned

 9:15 a.m.

  Sunday School Class Sept.- June





All Are Welcome!  

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