OUR NEW CHURCH!
Come visit us at our New Location! We are sharing the Pawcatuck Seventh-Day
BAPTIST Church on 120 Main Street, Westerly RI.
Check out our Events page to view pictures from our previous events, and also a list of our upcoming events this holiday season!
Committed to making more and stronger Spirit filled followers of Jesus Christ!
Hi! My name is Steve Crino. My family and I are excited to have started this new church in my home state of Rhode Island! Ocean Community Christian Church had her GRAND OPENING on January 10, 2010 at the Westerly Middle School in Westerly, Rhode Island...we are looking forward to growing even more during our fourth year.
I do hope that you peruse the rest of our site to see who we are and what we're about. God is doing a new thing here in Westerly and we invite you to join us for this exciting adventure - the best is yet to come!
Maybe you are like so many who want God but are a little leery of the church world. Or maybe you have had no connection to the God of the Bible or the church world but you are searching for peace from the turmoil of life. Being part of an accepting, caring community of Christ-followers provides a support system for life and heightens the probability of discovering true contentment in your daily life.
Whatever your situation, whatever your background, whatever your social status, mode of dress, issues, problems, talents or the lack thereof...we welcome you! Please to check out our site and let me know if you have any questions.
God bless you!
Pastor Steve Crino
Sunday Morning 9:00am-10:00am
Sunday Morning 10:00am - 10:30am
Sunday Morning Worship
Sunday Morning 10:30am
WINTER WEBSITE TO KEEP R.I. INFORMED
The Rhode Island Department of Transportation has launched a new webpage, dot.ri.gov/about/winter, offering valuable winter driving tips, statistics, and links to other travel planning resources.
“With winter now upon us, it’s a good time to remind ourselves about safe driving practices as well as steps we should take to ready our vehicles for travel,” said department director Michael P. Lewis. “Wearing a seat belt, reducing speed, outfitting vehicles with emergency supplies, and sharing the road with other motorists and plows are all important - especially when traveling in inclement weather.”