Congregational Church of East Sumner
50 Main Street, Sumner, ME 04450
Pastor: Bill Glass, Licensed Minister
The Congregational Church of East Sumner was established in 1802, holding its first meetings in the Increase Robinson house when Sumner was a young town. The present building was built in 1883 when the congregation moved from Sumner Hill to the East Sumner village. Congregational churches have a rich tradition dating to the Reformation and played a critical role in the development of the New England colonies. While many years have passed since then, the Congregational Church of East Sumner continues to be a place where the community gathers for worship, fellowship and other activities.