Perkins Cove, St. Peter’s By the Sea, Walker’s Point

This morning we attended services at Saint Peter’s By the Sea in Cape Neddick now that the summer chapels are opening for the season. Next week our beloved Saint Anne’s will be opening where we’ll attend services all summer. So excited! I dream about it all winter. We stopped at Perkins Cove in Ogunquit on the way to church:

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Wayne has many fond memories of Perkins Cove since he sometimes summered here in when he little.

Perkins Cove Ogunquit (5)

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Speaking of fond memories, I just bought these Camp Mocs that take me back to my preppy phase in the 1980s which I never completely left.

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We walked in the memorial garden before the 8:00 a.m. service.

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St Peters (1)

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After a beautiful service we had breakfast in Ogunquit, then stopped in Kennebunkport to catch up with some dear friends we hadn’t seen all winter.

Walker's Point (1)

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Walker's Point (4)

We stopped at the scenic outlook by Walker’s Point on the way home. 

It was a wonderful morning!

3 thoughts on “Perkins Cove, St. Peter’s By the Sea, Walker’s Point

  1. Thank you for sharing these pictures Averyl. We are Catholic, and this Episcopal chapel looks similar to Catholic chapels. The grounds are so beautiful! We are hoping to take a trip to New England in the fall all the way from Oregon, and we will have to try to see some of these beautiful places if we can make the trip.

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    1. Episcopalians are Anglican Catholics, so there will be many similarities in our worship! If you visit in the fall many of the summer chapels I’ve featured here close for the winter sometime in September, although St. Peter’s By the Sea is open through the first couple of Sundays in October. Early October is the best time for a fall trip in my opinion because the weather is beautiful and the colorful autumn leaves are beginning to peak!

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