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Castine – Trinitarian Congregational (Second) Parish (1829)

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In 1820 there was a split among the parishioners of Castine's Congregational Parish, some of whom split off to form the Trinitarian Society of Castine. They constructed a building in 1829 at 68 Main Street, which was, for many years referred to as Castine's Second Parish.

Reference:

Lynn Hudson Parsons, Missions and Meeting Houses, Chapels and Churches: Four Centuries of Faith in Castine, Maine (Castine, ME: Historical Society, 2012), for more information on the history of Castine's churches.

Related tables: Castine – First Parish Church (1790) / Unitarian Universalist Church »

photo (historical)
Second Congregational (Trinitarian) Parish
after 1850
Wilson Museum, Castine, Maine (a2045-1)

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Street map of Castine, Maine
Sponsored by the Castine Historical Society and the Castine Merchants' Association.
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