Welcome

Save the Date:
Sunday, December 11 at 4 PM – Advent 3
Service of Holy Eucharist
Followed by food, Christmas music, and decorating the church for Christmas. Please come join us for this festive gathering.

Dates for Christian Formation (Sunday School ) All Classes:
December 1
December 15
6 PM on Thursdays
Followed by 6:30 PM – Service of Holy Eucharist

Christmas Services:
If you cannot attend one, please consider attending one of the other services as Father Ed will be presiding at all of them.

Saturday, December 24, 2022
Christmas Eve Services

St. Elizabeth’s Episcopal Church
4 PM

St. David’s on the Hill Episcopal Church – Cranston
10 PM

Sunday, December 25, 2022
Christmas Day Service

Church of the Holy Spirit – Charlestown

9:30 AM

Welcome to St. Elizabeth’s Episcopal Church!  We are a small church located in Hope Valley, RI.

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Saint Elizabeth’s Episcopal Church, Canonchet RI, bordering on the eastern Connecticut state line, is located in the town of Hopkinton, RI, which is comprised of the quaint New England villages of Canonchet, Hope Valley, Hopkinton City and Ashaway. Canonchet is a rural, pastoral setting nestled among the trees and stone walls of the quiet countryside, yet, less than fifteen miles from the ocean where one can enjoy some of the finest beaches in the world. The woodlands are dotted with small freshwater ponds that are ideal for fishing and canoeing. Many hiking trails are carved through the forests where hikers can delight in the views of the stately hemlocks and giant rhododendrons. We are thirty minutes from T.F. Green airport, thirty-five minutes from Providence, less than 2 hours from Boston and 2 1/2 hours from Mid-Town Manhattan. Amtrak service is available in our neighboring towns of Kingston and Westerly. As a parish family, we remain committed to sharing God”s love for all his people.

Saint Elizabeth”s provides an opportunity for worship and Christian fellowship serving the needs of individuals and families within the community.  We try to grow spiritually as a parish family and make the love of Christ known to all we contact. In the name of Christ we bid you welcome to this church. May those who sorrow find comfort; the weary, rest: the troubled, peace; the happy, joy; the stranger, friends; and to all the sense of God’s presence in His holy place.