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The fifth Episcopal Church established in Rhode Island (and the first after the American Revolution) was St. Paul’s, Pawtucket. In the spring of 1815, the Rev. John Blake began to preach regularly to a small group, building on the previous work of the Rev. Nathan Bourne Crooker, Rector of St. John's Church in Providence (formerly King's Church), and when the numbers grew to 120, a permanent place of worship became essential. The parish was organized with Samuel Slater as the first senior
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