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Bliss Four Corners Congregational Church

Love God. Love Others. A Church for the Whole Family.

1264 Stafford Road, Tiverton, RI 02878

Worship & Sunday School Services: Sundays at 10:00am

"When we stand in the light it is not we who illuminate the light and cause it to shine but we are illuminated and made shining by the light... God grants his blessings on those who serve him because they are serving him and on those who follow him because they are following him"


Our journey began over 100 years ago.

Many years ago in the little village of Bliss Four Corners in the Town of Tiverton, a group of people got together to establish a place for a Sunday School to teach their children about God.  the village had a post office, a store, and a school house -- but no place of worship.  In 1892 Bliss Four Corners Chapel was erected.

Our church celebrated its centennial in 1992.  This House of Worship has survived for more than 100 years because we completely believe in the TRIUNE GOD, the INNERRANCY OF THE WORD OF GOD, and that JESUS CHRIST is the SOLE MEANS OF SALVATION.

At Bliss Four Corners Congregational Church, we believe in doing everything possible to connect people to Christ and unite them to their purpose.


Mondays: Bible Study & Prayer Meeting 12:00 Noon

Tuesdays: Ladies Aid Meeting 10:00 am to noon

Upcoming Events

Bliss Youth Group Meeting : Postponed due to Covid

Church Yard Sale: 15.00 per space  (See Ramona)

For those that don't have enough for a table, or just want to donate it to the church to sell, they can drop it off during Ladies Aid meetings on Sundays 9-noon, Tuesdays 10-noon, or by the hall door. Please: no clothes or furniture or textbooks or VCR tapes, and clean, sellable items only.

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                            Live Stream

                                                                           Welcome to our Live Streaming page. Here you can watch the many mass celebrations and devotions in our parish. You may also watch past recordings of Pastor William McPherson as he conducts our church service.

      Latest Uploaded Service: Sunday June 6, 2021

                          Watch it on our YouTube Channel:https://youtu.be/OJZ6ASVoxS0

Message: "Looking Unto Jesus"

Hebrews 12:1-3

1 Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses, let us throw off everything that hinders and the sin that so easily entangles. And let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us,
2 fixing our eyes on Jesus, the pioneer and perfecter of faith. For the joy set before him he endured the cross, scorning its shame, and sat down at the right hand of the throne of God.
3 Consider him who endured such opposition from sinners, so that you will not grow weary and lose heart.
Hebrews 12 begins by applying all of the details given in Hebrews chapter 11. After explaining many heroic examples of faith, as well as instances of persecution, the writer refers to this collection of evidence as a "great cloud of witnesses." These facts of history should inspire Christians to endure persecution, as well as to struggle against sin. The ultimate example of this, of course, is Jesus, who endured horrific hardships. Through it all, He maintained His trust that God was working out all of those trials for a good purpose (Hebrews 12:1–3). Another point made here is that most of the persecution a typical Christian faces is not as dire as what some have suffered. This doesn't make our experiences any less hurtful, but it helps us maintain perspective (Hebrews 12:4). The suffering we experience, in truth, can come from two very different sources. Both, however, are reasons for us to trust in God, not to despair. When we fall short of God's will, we can expect Him to "discipline" us, the same way a loving father corrects a wayward child. That chastening is not a sign of hate—it's proof that the Father loves us enough to pull us back towards the right path. At the same time, a loving parent sometimes exposes a child to struggle for the sake of training, much as one would to develop an athlete (Hebrews 12:5–13). Those who reject this idea, and who treat God's discipline as something restrictive, or unfair, or an excuse for bitterness, are like Esau, whose attitude cost him greatly (Hebrews 12:14–17). The ultimate reward of enduring hardship and discipline folds back into the theme of the entire book of Hebrews: the superiority of the new covenant. Here, a comparison is made between the manner in which the old covenant was introduced, as opposed to how we perceive the new covenant. Unlike the "shock and awe" of Mount Sinai, which inspired reasonable fear, the new covenant offers us peace and security. While the fallen world, and even the earth itself, were rattled by the Word of God, and will one day be destroyed, the new covenant offers us grace; this is the only way we can be members of "a kingdom that cannot be shaken" (Hebrews 12:18–29).

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