Adventure Zone P.O. Box 339, Coventry, RI02816 Adventure Zone is a non-profit organization providing enrichment programs for youths, teens and…More adults. It is dedicated to developing leaders, building self-esteem and encouraging healthy lifestyles. Programs include hiking, kayaking, rafting, deep sea fishing, state house tours and other activities and events.
St. Francis Episcopal Church is a small, wooden building set on Peckham Lane overlooking Old Flat River Road from a…More small hill.
The church was founded in 1917 as Christ Church, but has since merged with the congregation of St. Matthias, taking its latest name.
The church offers several activities, including parish suppers, serving meals to the homeless at Epiphany in Providence, Sunday School, the Blessing of the Animals and Tie Dye Sunday. There is a coffee hour and adult education between services on Sunday, and Christian education for children pre-K though grade 12 beginning at 8:30 a.m.
Members may choose to be active as worship leaders, ushers, acolytes, in the Altar Guild or Sewer's Guild. The church is led by The Reverend Sean Manchester.
Washington Oak Elementary School 801 Read School House Rd, Coventry, RI02816 This school is located on Read Schoolhouse Road and strives to provide a safe environment in which all students can…More learn, grow and thrive. Washington Oak Elementary holds book fairs and other events throughout the school year. What makes this school is that they have implemented an improvement plan which outlines educational goals for the establishment. Parents can log on to the school's website to see this plan, and also to see what is going on in the school and to check the dates of future activities.
Quidnick Baptist Church, located within the Coventry village of Quidnick, is located on Fairview Avenue, where…More passing motorists have long been treated to inspirational and sometimes quirky religious missives on the church signboard facing the street.
The church has an active membership, including a men's religious study group, a women's religious study group and, as reported in the Good News Today, a ministry providing support for men released from prison. The church runs several youth programs, including a Bible study, Habitat for Humanity, basketball and Sunday school.
The church is led by Pastor Joe Campbell, who has been with the parish for 15 years.