Celebration of Mutual Ministry

September 17, 2023 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The Church at Trinity Commons
247 Bates Street

You are invited to join in a celebration of mutual ministry with members of Trinity Church and
The Rev. Kenneth Paul St.Germain! 


God Willing 
The Rt. Rev. Thomas J. Brown, Bishop of Maine
The People of Trinity Episcopal Church, Lewiston
will welcome 
The Rev. Dr. Paul St. Germain
duringA Celebration of Mutual Ministry

September 17, 2023
6:00 PM

Your prayers and presence are invited.
All are invited to wear white or gold.
Reception following.


Welcome to Paul St. Germain

The Rev. Dr. Paul St. Germain, native of Vermont and cradle Episcopalian, has served parishes of many sizes, primarily in the mid-west, for over thirty years. He graduated from the University of Vermont with a degree in history, followed by a Master of Divinity from Yale Divinity School, a Diploma of Anglican Studies, and a Doctor of Ministry from Virginia Theological Seminary.

Professionally, he has twice been appointed to the State of Ohio’s Council on the Humanities, and served for over a decade as a technical advisor to the Diocese of Southern Ohio on liturgy and the use of imagery in worship and website communication. He also has consulted on church development and planning – and served for ten years as head of The Miami Valley Episcopal Russian Youth Exchange Program.

Paul loves travel, and has built a number of collegial relationships
through service here, Central America, and Eastern Europe, leading over thirty pilgrimages and ministry trips since 1995. His focus is often Anglican history with a primary interest in the role of ritual in modern culture. He is a close follower of the British Royal Family, enjoys Star Trek and Good Food, sailing with Cunard, motoring in his MiniCooper, and caring for Tavish – a particularly vocal and opinionated Scottish Terrier. He lives in Portland.

Priest making Christmas pudding at the front of church with two children assisting while their father looks on.

Rev. St. Germain introduces Trinity to Christmas Pudding and Advent waiting.