Life Events – With the building closed we are unable to offer baptisms, confirmations, funerals or weddings inside the church building until further notice.
We continue to monitor Maine’s and the Episcopal Diocese’s safety restrictions and will update this information accordingly.
Our Sunday worship at Trinity connects us more deeply with Christ and community. We are reminded of Jesus’s love for us, and inspired to follow him in loving and serving others.
And generally you’ll find that when we have an 8:00 service, it is smaller and quieter. When we have a 10:00 worship service, we usually have music. On summer mornings, there is one combined service. We offer communion, and we invite you to join us.
"Life is short. And we do not have much time to gladden the hearts of those who make this journey with us. So be swift to love and make haste to be kind."
Here are some helpful resources for you and your family faithfully connecting during this season at home on our Spirituality Links Page.
Trinity Church prays with you and helps you and your family to gather those who love you and pray during major life events.
Please contact our office here for assistance or more information on the following.
Confirmations – Usually held regionally in either the Fall or Spring.
Illness / Funerals: In the event of serious sickness or death of a loved one, let us help you with a funeral or with prayer.
Weddings: Trinity has a lovely sanctuary which can hold to up to 200 people.
Walking the labyrinth provides an opportunity for silent prayer and contemplation. Come prepared to take your shoes off, and to be with God in your own way. Trinity offers walks during public school year. Find Labyrinth walk dates here under Upcoming Events.
Where parishioners can help support our worship
Choir – Members sing at the 10:00 worship service. See more information on the Website’s Music page.
Lectors – Adults and/or youth volunteers who read the Old Testament and lead the psalm during Sunday Services.
Chalice Bearers – Support the Clergy during communion and offertory on Sundays, Holidays and other special Services.
Lay Eucharistic Ministers – Dedicated parishioners who bring communion to our home-bound members.
Ushers & Greeters – Provide assistance during regular Sunday Services and sometimes during special events.
Sunday school teachers – Help our children learn more about our faith and God.
To find out more about serving in any of these roles, ask any parishioner involved in providing the service or you can email or call the Church’s office at 772-7421.