St. Saviour’s welcomes everyone through the front doors of the Sanctuary with easy access by foot as well as by wheelchair. Thanks to many generous donors, we now have a handicap ramp to the left of the main entrance from Mt. Desert Street!
Welcome to St. Saviour’s. If this is your first visit, click <here> to get some basic information and orientation. You are only a visitor once!
Time to start planning for the Summer Organ Series at St. Saviour’s!
August 2: Ensemble Harmonie Universelle
August 9: Laurent Jochum
August 16: Julia Morris-Myers
August 23: Daniel Pyle
August 30: Michael Bauer
As a Parish of the Diocese of Maine, we are part of a church family that extends from Kittery to Fort Kent, and connects us to the rest of the Episcopal Church and the worldwide Anglican Communion. We share ministry with our Bishop and with every worshipping community.
St. Saviour’s is in a ministry-sharing collaboration with two other parishes on MDI: The Parish of St. Andrew & St. John in Southwest Harbor, and The Church of Our Father in Hulls Cove. We share worship once a month, as well as coordinating outreach and fellowship ministries.
To: The People of the Diocese of Maine
Re: Healing the Church of Sexual Abuse and Misconduct
Dear Friends in Christ:
As you are well aware, the church is not immune to the sins that beset every human institution. The news frequently carries stories of improper and abusive behavior on the part of clergy, a great deal of which is coming to light in response to the activism of victims, the #MeToo movement. The Episcopal Church has made great strides over the last generation in educating clergy and lay leaders about the maintenance of personal boundaries and the responsibilities we share to protect the most vulnerable from harm. But we are not exempt from bad behavior. There are far too many instances of sexual misconduct in our church.
At last summer’s General Convention, The Episcopal Church suspended for three years the statute of limitations for reporting and addressing sexual abuse and misconduct by clergy against adults………to continue reading this letter, please click here.
+Stephen T. Lane
The Rt. Rev. Stephen T. Lane
Bishop of Maine
Katharine Whitney with the assistance of Eva Davis and Lee Garrett spoke to “Coffee’s On” and the Acadia Senior College at the Maine Seacoast Mission on Tuesday, February 16th, about our stolen Tiffany Easter Lily Window, and some of the technological improvements in the pursuit of stolen fine arts, which give rise to a cautious optimism, that we may be closer to the possible recovery of our window than at any point since it was stolen 28 years ago. (Photograph used with permission of Mt. Desert Islander/Liz Graves.)
Seth Thompson, an assistant professor of design at the American University of Sharjah (United Arab Emirates), produced this beautiful panorama of St. Saviour’s. Click here to explore the depths of this 360-degree view of our sanctuary. He has graciously allowed us to maintain a home for this on our website.
This panorama is also featured in Mr. Thompson’s Sacred Spaces of New England project.