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Trinity Episcopal Church Celebrated 125th Anniversary September 24

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In 1891, the cornerstone for “Trinity Chapel” was laid for the church which would rise from vacant ground at the corner of Forest Avenue and Coyle Street in what was then the Town of Deering. By 1886, the church was dedicated and was operating as a mission in union with the Episcopal Diocese of Maine. […]

Trinity Youth at Ronald McDonald House

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Trinity youth joined forces and together planned, shopped, cooked and served a delicious meal at the Ronald McDonald House in February. We had so many kids who wanted to participate so we will be returning in March with five High School Youth to prepare another delicious meal. Not only is this a rewarding experience for […]

Fun Sing Portland at Trinity!

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For a few weeks now, Thew Elliot, Trinity’s new music director, has been welcoming the Portland community for fun and singing on Monday evenings from 6:30 – 7:45PM. Each session is open to anyone who’s interested. We spend our time working on a well-known pop song, and Thew teaches three parts for it – middle, […]

Butterfield Education Series 2015: Poet Richard Blanco

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As part of the Butterfield Memorial Series, acclaimed and inaugural poet Richard Blanco presented on October 21 at 6:30 PM at Trinity Church in Portland. Trinity was thrilled to host this accomplished poet and memoirist. Blanco came to national prominence after his selection as the featured poet during President Barack Obama’s last inauguration. Trinity welcomed […]

Snacks for Ocean Avenue Elementary School

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Did you know that as much as half of the children at Ocean Avenue Elementary School, located less than one mile from Trinity, are receiving subsidized meals? Thankfully, the meal program from the Portland Public Schools takes care of breakfast and lunch for these kids – during the school year. But what about the midmorning snack time, […]

Little Free Library at Trinity

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There is a new building just off of Trinity’s driveway. Have you seen it? it is Trinity’s Little Free Library. First suggested by Jess Marino and taken to completion by Dibbie Appleton and Skip Hoyt, this literary outreach into the neighborhood is amazing. Look closely at it when you have a chance. And borrow and […]