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Christ Church Anglican was borne out of the ministry of the Franciscan Brothers of St. Elizabeth of Hungary, a community of friars who have labored in the region to reach others through radical hospitality and service. As the nation emerged from the COVID-19 pandemic, a group of leaders who regularly worshiped at the Monastery organized a new church. 


We are part of the Anglican Diocese of the Living Word and the Anglican Church in North America. 

Many of our ministries are still in development. We are excited by the opportunity to minister to the community of Bucksport and surrounding areas!

Christ Church Anglican is a multi-generational Church that values each person's contributions to the common life. We encourage children to participate in our worship services because they learn from those who have walked in the Faith for many years. We seek to be a church family in the truest sense of the meaning. You will find caring people at Christ Church who will encourage you to grow in your faith. After each service, there is a fellowship time to connect with your fellow worshipers.

We value high liturgy and solid preaching of the Word of God. We are committed to reaching others with the transforming love of Jesus Christ.

Modern Anglicanism is tied to the English Reformation. Our approach to Christianity is inextricably linked to Scripture and the Creeds (Apostles', Nicene, and Athanasian), which offer concise summaries of authentic Christian beliefs.

We are connected to the vast majority of the world's 85 million Anglicans through our membership in the Anglican Diocese of the Living Word in the Anglican Church in North America.

Anglicanism is an historic expression of Christianity. We draw upon the wealth of our heritage to enrich our walk with Christ.


Christ Church Anglican's Chapel is in the heart of downtown Bucksport, Maine. We inhabit the lower level of the building at 86 Main Street, formerly known as the Lighthouse Gallery. The Chapel is mere steps from the Bucksport Waterfront Walkway, a welcoming path spanning approximately one mile along the Penobscot River. There is ample parking around the location, whether on Main Street or in the many public parking lots along the waterfront. We are blessed to gather in this beautiful place!

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