Harvard Din and Tonics are on the way!

The Harvard Din & Tonics are coming to St. Saviour’s!  Saturday, August 26 at 2 pm! The Din & Tonics are Harvard University’s signature all-male a cappella vocal group, known for close harmonies, quick-witted choreography, and zany humor, as well as for white tie, tails, and lime green socks.  Their repertoire centers around American jazz standards, but also frequently includes pop, folk, and spirituals.  These talented students have toured the world, but this is their first visit to MDI.  Donation for tickets is $7 at the door, or email Dins@Dins.com to reserve tickets in advance.

*** As a special treat, the Dins will also be singing at 10:00 Eucharist on Sunday, August 27! ***

Outreach Suppers coming up!

Friday, September 15 – 5 – 6:30 pm
Bean Supper in the Parish Hall

Bean Suppah! Friday, September 15 from 4 – 6:30 pm in the Parish Hall. Supper donations will benefit Local Solutions/Maine Community Housing’s new home for disabled adults “The Parish House” at 27 Kennebec Street.

Beans – veggie and regular –  red snapper hot dogs, coleslaw, brown bread, beverages and gingerbread!

Summer Organ Series is here!

St Saviour’s Episcopal Parish at 41 Mt. Desert Street, Bar Harbor, announces the tenth annual Summer Organ Series to be held on Fridays in August from 12:15-1:00.  The church features a 27-rank Visser-Rowland tracker organ which is used in worship services each week as well as to support community choral and instrumental performances.

 The schedule for the 2017 recital series is as follows:
August 4: Kevin Birch
August 11: Deborah Govenor, organ and Paul Bartels, baritone
August 18: Ray Cornils
August 25: Julia Morris-Myers

The Summer Organ Series is made possible by the generous support of St. Saviour’s Friends of Music. Admission to the recitals is by donation and a reception will follow to meet the artists. The church is handicap-accessible. For more information please call the church at 207-288-4215 or visit the website: StSaviours.me.

Mother Kathleen’s Sermons!

We will post a pdf of Mother Kathleen Killian’s sermons here. In addition, here are links to two videos and one audio of her sermons! Enjoy!
Walking on Water – Proper 14A_ 8-13-17
8-6-17 Transfiguration
Proper 12A – Kingdom Parables 7-30-17
Proper 11A – The Parable of the Weeds 7-23-17
Proper 10A Parable of the Sower 7-16-17
Olly Olly Oxen Free – Proper 9A 7-9-17
Play Ball – Proper 8A with Baptism 7-2-17

From our Diocese!

From the Diocese of Maine

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.

If you are not subscribed to the Diocesan twice monthly email newsletter, the Dio Log, you can go to the Dio Log link at www.episcopalmaine.org.  If you are subscribed, don’t forget to open it and read it every time!  There is a lot going on in every corner of the Diocese, and you wouldn’t want to miss anything! And if you are a Facebook fan, “like” Episcopal Diocese of Maine and you will see all the regular great pictures and posts!

Welcome to St. Saviour’s!

Upcoming events at St. Saviour’s:

We hope you will come to one of the two excellent concerts by the Mount Desert Summer Chorale! The music will be Bach and Haydn with orchestra and, of course, the Chorale!  Friday or Saturday at 7:30 pm with a pre-concert talk by Maestro David Schildkret at 7 pm.


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St. Saviour’s is handicap accessible from our Mt. Desert Street parking lot. We use Gluten Free Bread and De-Alchoholized Wine.
Enjoy a 360 virtual tour of the Sanctuary by clicking on “Panorama” in the Photo Gallery tab on the left side of the main page.

The sanctuary is open for your enjoyment from 9 am until 5 pm every day through Sunday, October 30th. If there is an event or service in progress, please return when you can! We will be happy to open the Sanctuary for your pleasure any time the office is open all year around!
Donations may be made by credit card or PayPal through the “Donations” link or scan this QR code with your Smartphone!  QR Code Paypal StSaviour

Note cards of some of our beautiful stained glass windows are available for sale from the office year ’round. See the link with pictures of them all.
Guided tours are available any Sunday after the 10 am service year ’round as well as well as at dates and times posted on our Google Calendar (see link in the tabs above).
Please note that construction in the Kennebec Street parking lot has started and, sadly, there will be NO parking there weekdays. There will be parking by permit on Saturdays and for groups using our facility and parking on Sunday mornings for church, of course! We apologize for the inconvenience


On the trail of the stolen Tiffany Lily stained glass window…

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.)

lily window presentation picture mdislander liz graves

Taizé Services at St. Saviour’s

Taizé – An Ecumenical Prayer Service at St. Saviour’s Parish, 41 Mt. Desert Street, Bar Harbor. Simple, yet profound. Experience the spirituality and the meditative songs of the Taizé community of France, an interdenominational and ecumenical monastic order known around the world for its message of trust, peace and reconciliation. • Candlelight, • Scripture, • Silence, • Song, • Prayer.

Watch  here for the next date!

St. Saviour’s is handicap accessible and All are welcome!