Welcome to Trinity Episcopal Church!!

Make Trinity Church your spiritual home.  Join us as we live into God’s abundant love and caring in our worship, fellowship and community service.  We believe that Christ’s presence is in all persons, we nurture and support a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ and we faithfully give of ourselves in response to God’s abundant gifts.

Join us in worship where all are welcomed at Christ’s table.  

Reverend Dave Dalzell

Fr Dave’s contact information: (207) 284-4852, or by email at: fatherdavedalzell@gmail.com

Fr. Dave is available by appointment. Please use the contact information above.

 

Response to Coronavirus

PLEASE NOTE:

The Bishop has advised suspending access to all the church buildings in the diocese. During this time, no one should be stopping by the church for any reason. Questions can be directed to Father Dave Dalzell.

ADDITIONAL SUNDAY RESOURCES:

The Book of Common Prayer is available as a downloadable resource: BCP

The Episcopal Church has put together a printable prayer resource for us to use:
Prayers for Self, Church, Community, and World, Amidst the Coronavirus Pandemic

 

Prayer for Pandemic

A Prayer for Our Nation and the World during this Pandemic

Ever-creating God, be with us as the pall of this COVID-19 pandemic falls upon this “fragile earth” which is our “island home.” We hold in our hearts and prayers all who are suffering in our nation from “sea to shining sea.” We pray for the whole world. Our common anxiety is making us one, undivided human family. We pray for world leaders as they chart these unknown waters. Strengthen them to walk into the Light of a new, healing day for the whole planet. Help us to cross our broken lands and be for each other bridges back to heaven. Lift the cares to which we cling. Descend, O God, on us all to be our Guest. Show us how to find in everything blessing and rest. May this be our prayer while we do not know how to pray and until the last light lingers in the west. Amen, in the name of our creating, redeeming and sustaining God.