St Margaret "Come Worship the Lord in the Beauty of Holiness"
You're Invited spacer Welcome in the name of God the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit

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  We invite you to come worship our Lord every week!  Our services are Sunday morning at 10:00 and Thursday at noon.  We do a service of healing once a month at the Thursday service.  Bible Study follows the service on Sunday morning.
St. Margaret's only preaches the Gospel of Jesus Christ and offers his Holy Sacraments of Baptism and Holy Communion.  We also provide Confirmation, Confession and pastoral counseling, Holy Matrimony, mentorship for Holy Orders, anointing of the sick and Christian burial. All baptized Christians who believe in the Real Presence of our Lord in the elements of the Holy Eucharist, and who are prepared to receive His precious Body and Blood, are welcome to receive Holy Communion.
Our parish is blessed with wonderful church facilities that include a beautiful post-and-beam air-conditioned worship space that can accommodate 100 people.   Welcome in the name of God the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit
We invite you to worship in our very personal and intimate Chapel   We invite you to worship in our very personal and intimate Chapel
Join us in the bright and spacious Fellowship Hall, Chamberlain Hall   Join us in the bright and spacious Fellowship Hall, Chamberlain Hall
Spend time in the outdoor Memorial Garden for the internment of ashes and quiet reflective prayer   Spend time in the outdoor Memorial Garden for the internment of ashes and quiet reflective prayer
Sunday Worship with Holy Communion is followed by coffee fellowship and adult Bible Study in Chamberlain Hall.    Sunday Worship with Holy Communion is followed by coffee fellowship
Christmas at St. Margaret's      

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The crèche at  Christmas

The Sanctuary decorated for Christmas  

 

We have ample parking and the church and Chamberlain Hall are both handicap accessible.

 If you would like information about the Sacraments of Baptism or Holy Communion, or are interested in Confirmation, Reconciliation/Confession, Holy Matrimony, Holy Orders, Holy Unction (Anointing of the Sick); or if you have questions about Christian Burial, please contact us. We promise to respond to you as quickly as possible!

Please let us know if you are sick or going in the hospital, if you are in need of counseling, or if you would like Fr. Monroe to visit and/or bless your home. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions about the Christian faith or how to develop or improve your relationship with Jesus Christ.  We do not pressure people about religion but instead wish to share the love of Christ with all.

Weekly Schedule

 

Sunday

* Sunday Worship with Holy Communion is at 10:00 am.
* Children's Sunday School begins at 9:45, before the Sunday service.
* Adult Bible Study with Fr. Monroe Sundays at 11:00 am in the Undercroft - September through June.
* Coffee Fellowship in Chamberlain Hall after Sunday Mass

Thursday

* Thursday worship with Holy Communion is at Noon in the Chapel
* Healing Service with Holy Communion one Thursday of every month at noon in the Chapel.
* Choir rehearsal takes place in the Church Thursday evenings from 6:45pm to 8:00pm - September through June.


* The Memorial Garden is open in the spring, summer and fall for prayer.

* Baptism and Confirmation - Please contact Fr. Monroe for information and instruction.
* Home and Hospital Visitations as requested.
* Special Services and Events

Driving Directions

 

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We're located at 85 Pleasant Street (Rt. 153) two blocks south/east of Rt. 16 in Conway Village. Take Rt. 16 north into Conway Village. At the first of the double-lights make a right onto Pleasant Street and the church is two blocks in on the left.

Special Events

 

The Rector will hold a service of Healing with Holy Communion on one Thursday of every month at noon in the chapel.


The two deaconesses of the Diocese of the Northeast, Anglican Church in America, serving at Mass on September 23, 2018.

From left to right - Marshall Santy, acolyte, Valerie Kazarian, deaconess, Fr. Jeffrey Monroe, rector, Tracy Gardner, deaconess, Harry Wellsman, deacon.  
  Deaconnesses
Bishop's annual visitation on March 18, 2018   
Lenten Retreat, Deanery of Maine and Eastern NH    Lenten Retreat, Deanery of Maine and Eastern NH
Veterans Sunday - We will honor our Veterans on Sunday Nov. 12th.
Veterans Sunday - We honor our Veterans
  Blessing of the Animals
Annual Blessing of the Animals

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