Trinity Episcopal Church, now the Trinity Jubilee Center, is a historic church building at 247 Bates Street in Lewiston, Maine. It is a modestly sized yet handsomely decorated Gothic Revival building, designed by C.C. Haight of New York City and completed in 1882. It was operated as a church until 2001, when the diocese, faced with declining participation, transformed it into a community center. The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.

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  • Trinity Episcopal Church, now the Trinity Jubilee Center, is a historic church building at 247 Bates Street in Lewiston, Maine. It is a modestly sized yet handsomely decorated Gothic Revival building, designed by C.C. Haight of New York City and completed in 1882. It was operated as a church until 2001, when the diocese, faced with declining participation, transformed it into a community center. The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978. (en)
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  • Trinity Episcopal Church, now the Trinity Jubilee Center, is a historic church building at 247 Bates Street in Lewiston, Maine. It is a modestly sized yet handsomely decorated Gothic Revival building, designed by C.C. Haight of New York City and completed in 1882. It was operated as a church until 2001, when the diocese, faced with declining participation, transformed it into a community center. The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978. (en)
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