Hence a new post has been done in an existing thread, something that brings attention has been noticed.
ROCOR doesn't list any in Rhode Island (I don't doubt that there is one there, just saying that they don't have it listed), but if you wanted to see where there other Churches are, you could look here: http://www.orthodox.net/directory/
I'm looking specifically for a Western Rite Orthodox church, Paradosis, one near enough for me to visit at least once and compare with the Byzantine Rite Orthodoxy to which I am so accustomed. Nik said there was a Western Rite ROCOR parish in Rhode Island, so I've sent an email to the Hieromonk James at the email address which Nik furnished for further information. The Antiochian Archdiocese does not have any Western Rite parishes in New England. But thanks for the directory site.
Hypo-Ortho of blessed memory was an extraordinary contributor to OC.net, a gentleman of brilliant erudition, complete integrity and constant friendliness.
Since the time of his post, certain things have changed for the better in a situation of Western Orthodoxy in New England.
In October 2008, (2) Charismatic Episcopal parishes came home to Orthodoxy, and by doing so, they joined the family of Western Rite Antiochian communities in New England.
Emmanuel Orthodox Catholic Church - Warren, MA:http://www.emmanuelorthodox.org/
St. Stephen's Orthodox Catholic Church - Springfield, MA:http://www.ststephensorthodox.org/
In late 2007, Christminster, or Christ the Savior Monastery, a Benedictine Western Rite Orthodox monastery (ROCOR) relocated from Pawtucket, RI to Hamilton, Ontario, Canada:http://www.christminster.org/
As a community of former parishioners of the aforementioned monastery, St. Cuthbert Orthodox Mission (ROCOR) now operates in Pawtucket, RI:http://mail.white-rabbit.ca/churchsites/www.christminster.org/Saint%20Cuthbert%20Mission.pdf