Come Sail With Us in MA!

Here are some of the areas that we have visited. See our thoughts on the Church experience and things to do in the area after church.

Martha’s Vineyard

Martha’s Vineyard has been a top destination for summer vacations for at least a century. Known for accessibility both through is harbors and a series of ferry boats, “The Vineyard” is hard to beat for a day or a whole season. 

The island has three major population centers, and three Episcopal Churches, all worthy of a visit. St. Andrew’s in Edgartown (the largest population on the island), and Grace in Vineyard Haven operates all year. Trinity in Oak Bluffs is only open in the summer, and as of 2019, the service was at 9 AM on Sundays.

All three churches have small buildings with a special feeling about them that makes it easy to mix summer vacation and church-going. All three parishes are connected by an excellent bus system that means you can attend regardless of which harbor you sail into, or you can walk to the one closest to your boat. You won’t be disappointed.


St. Andrew’s Church

Don’t let the traditional feel of the building fool you this is a vibrant and contemporary place, with a full range of parishioners of all sorts… Read More

Oak Bluffs

Trinity Episcopal Church

Founded in 1882, Trinity is the first Episcopalian parish on Martha’s Vineyard. This seasonal parish features a series of guest preachers… Read More

Vineyard Haven

Grace Church

Vineyard Haven is one of the most popular sailing destinations on the New England coast and for good reason. But for me, the main asset is Grace Church. Read More