Trinity Church is a summer chapel that has been nestled in the heart of York Harbor, Maine since 1909. The edifice was designed in 1907 by the renowned architect, Henry Janeway Hardenbergh of New York.
The fieldstone church, which seats 400, is designed in classic cruciform tradition. Among its most notable features are a crenellated stone bell tower, a 12 rank, 947 pipe Wicks Organ, and two large stained glass windows. Also notable are the overhead structural beams throughout the nave.