We’re glad you’re here. No matter what your journey has been, we hope you feel God’s love as you enter our church and worship with us. Come as you are on Sunday mornings, and stay afterward for fellowship. Peruse our website. Read part of a recent newsletter by clicking the image below.
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We hope you’ll stay and become part of our family.
Our services begin at 9 each Sunday morning (Rite II). We are grateful for the opportunity to pray and worship together in person.
This week, the message from our Priest-in-Charge, Rev. Douglas A. Beck, begins:
““We will.” This is the response we, as the people of Trinity Church, will give unanimously when asked by Bishop Brown, “Will you who witness these vows (of the confirmands) do all in your power to support these persons in their life in Christ?” Then we will all join with the confirmands in recommitting ourselves as they commit themselves to Christ, renewing our own baptismal covenant. . . .
Read Rev. Beck’s full message.
At Trinity, we enjoy making connections with the larger community through charitable events as well as frequent gatherings, just for fun, to which all are invited. See a gallery of past events here.
Outreach activities play an important part in how we live our faith. Trinity works with H.O.M.E., a local organization, providing lunches to children during the summer. Trinity also works with Blue Angel, providing a food garden for families in need. For more information on outreach, general news updates, photos and commentary, check out our website’s blog.
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Wednesday Lenten Suppers with Book Discussion
Wednesdays during Lent: Supper and Book Discussion with Informal Quiet Worship facilitated by Rev. Lloyd and Rev. Beck Wednesdays at 6PM. This weekly gathering is around a simple supper (food provided), good conversation and ends with quiet prayer for the night. All are welcome to one or all sessions whether you are reading along with the rest of us or not. The current conversation surrounds the book, “Sacred Earth, Sacred Soul” by John Philip Newell. March 15 session: Trinitarian Congregational Parish on Main Street.
News from the Diocese of Maine
Our diocesan bishop, The Rt. Rev. Thomas J. Brown made his triennial visit to Trinity Sunday, March 19. Bishop Brown stayed after the service for conversation and then met with the Vestry.
Bishop Brown invites all of us to participate in the shaping of our Diocesan vision by participating in at least one of four Listening Sessions. Please click here to read the Bishop’s invitation and see a list of Listening Session dates and times.
Please click the image above to visit our Diocesan website.