Monday, February 28, 2011


On a meandering drive this past Sunday, we stumbled across the most beautiful church I’ve ever seen – St. Peter’s by the Sea in Cape Neddick, Maine, est. 1897.

It’s exactly what a church should be – strong, beautiful, unique, and welcoming. And nestled in the snow in the dead of winter, the majesty was even more magnified. And the red front door was exquisite.

St. Peter’s describes itself as …

an Historic Summer Chapel located in Cape Neddick, ME, minutes from Ogunquit, Wells and York. We offer the opportunity for worship and fellowship during the summer months, welcoming people of all faiths, whether they are full-time residents, part-time residents or visitors to the Southern Maine Coast.

How beautiful and perfect. I’ll be attending at least one service this summer, and my heart is full even thinking about it – worshipping by the sea in such an historic part of our country.

I’m certain it will be memorable.

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