Holy Trinity Anglican Church
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A mission church of St. Paul's Church Portland Me 04101

Holy Communion services
Fr. Samuel Logan
Fridays 10:00 a.m.
Feb. 6th; Feb. 27th; Mar. 27th, and April 10th, all weather permitting.

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Local Arts

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Fr. Kalish's videos
Well worth a look!


Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs- & -Scripture Memory Verses- Lyrics and Chords

An informal home-recording of original music made for use with the lyrics 

Cold Storage
Selected Poems
Joan W. Nicholson

Brief History of St. John's
Fr. Bruce Alexander

Holy Trinity Featured

ACA Synod 2011
DNE Synod 2011
Excerpts from the June NEA



Holy Trinity Anglican Church
Park Residences' Theater of Woodlands Assisted Living
141 W. River Road, Waterville Me
Handicap access is available


Take I-95, Exit 127
turn left onto Kennedy Drive/ ME-11/ ME 137.
Go 1.6 miles, turn right onto West River Rd./ ME 104.
Go 0.8 miles.
Woodlands is the complex on the right, just past a golf course and Joseph's Fireside Steak House (both also on the right).
Go up to main building (Park Residences) on top of hill. Inside, the theater is the first door on right after the lobby.


Rev. Fr. Samuel L. Logan
Sub Deacon Richard Spear
Dr. Tom Pierce, Senior Warden
Mr. Clyde Nicholson, Lay Reader
Dr. Stanley Painter, Organist

Holy Trinity is part of the Diocese of the Northeast of the Anglican Church in America

The Most Rev. Dr. Brian Marsh, Bishop Ordinary

Parish News

Members of Holy Trinity Anglican Church joined with four area Episcopal churches for a combined service of Holy Communion at the historic St. John's Church in Dresden, Maine, one of the state's earliest parishes

Members of Holy Trinity Anglican Church joined with four area Episcopal churches for a combined service of Holy Communion at the historic St. John's Church in Dresden, Maine, one of the state's earliest parishes. Pictured at the altar (l to r) are Father David Matson of Augusta's St. Barnabas, Fr. Bruce Alexander of St. John's, and Deacon Kalish of Holy Trinity. This is the second of such combined annual services, organized by Fr. Alexander. Holy Trinity feels a special debt to Fr. Alexander, who joins us in Waterville once a month, together with his wife Marjorie, to offer Holy Communion.

The Dresden service used the 1928 Book of Common Prayer. Several of us noted the pleased comments among the Episcopal attendees about the  use of a traditional service. "I know all of them by heart," noted one lady, who had been steeped in these texts and prayers, she said, since childhood.


Thanks to a generous grant from the National Church, Waterville's Holy Trinity Anglican Church was able to join the Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce.
This also allowed us to participate in the city's annual "Taste of Waterville" Festival on Wednesday, August 3rd which draws thousands to the the downtown area. Food concessions abound, restaurants offer specials, and the streets are filled with live music, professional dancers, and lots of fun-seekers.
St. Thomas Anglican Church of Ellsworth offered us the use of a large tent, which accommodated not only our table, but that of a nearby exhibiter which had no shelter. Good thing... several sun-showers briefly darkened what was otherwise a lovely, sun-filled summer day.
On hand to staff the table were the Finleys, and Shyla Spear, along with Deacon Ed and Linda Kalish. It was a long and pleasant day. We gave out a number of church brochures, and engaged in many conversations. We thank God, and our Church brethren, for this exciting (and we hope fruitful) time of outreach. See Photos of this event.


Deacon Kalish will be recording some mini-sermons at Fairfield's CATV studio, a public access channel.

Later in the day he will meet with Father Jack Dickenson, a new young priest who has very recently joined the staff of the Roman Catholic Corpus Christi Parish. This parish is kindly allowing our church to use the Side Chapel of the Sacred Heart Church of Waterville for our weekly Sunday services. Dcn. Kalish is looking forward to spending some time talking with Fr. Dickenson about our mutual church concerns, and the need for outreach to the community.


Holy Trinity requests prayer from our sister churches concerning all of the above, and thanks you profusely for your remembrance of us.




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