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St. Ann's Episcopal Church, Kennebunkport

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Church Tourist Spot
Charming and picturesque, St. Ann's Episcopal Church is a quaint stone chapel sitting right on the coastline of Maine. Built in 1887, the church welcomes residents and visitors of all faiths and uses proceeds from services to support people in need within the local community. Surrounded by lush gardens and an additional outside chapel, the church provides views of the Atlantic Ocean. The entire property is open to the public and remains yours to explore. The friendly and welcoming atmosphere is palpable, and the stained-glass windows breathtaking. A visit to St. Ann's Episcopal Church represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Kennebunkport vacation route planner to plot your vacation.
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TripAdvisor
  • This church is rich in history. Definitely worth the stop when the gates are open, 8am-5pm. What a marvelous location to worship God.  more »
  • We came to view this beautiful church and the grounds it sits upon. Unfortunately, when trying to view the church it was closed. That would not normally be an issue. We would have gladly returned to v...  more »
  • I can understand why this is a sought after wedding spot as it is absolutely breathtaking on a beautiful day. Even an incredible spot for an outdoor wedding. The chapel will seat more people than you ...  more »
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  • While St. Ann's is beautiful, its management staff is not. Four of us were hiking to the church Sunday September 18th when a horrible thunderstorm struck. We were drenched as we ran for cover at the church. As misfortune would have it church services were over and the patrons were departing. We ran up to the church when a man, I assume was the director stopped us and said they were closed. We pleaded to just stand under the eave until the rain subsided but he refused and turned us away to walk back to town in the torrential down poor. I guess St. Ann's staff do not believe in the phrase "to provide shelter from the storm". I growled every day after that as I walked by their sign that said "all visitors welcome". Not very Christian if you ask me. I received an email from the Priest and he apologized! Forgiven!
  • Closed for a wedding.
  • beautiful and silent place