Live View from the Historic Port Clyde Christian Church Tower…
We are located on picturesque Muscongus Bay overlooking the harbor in Port Clyde America. Port Clyde Christian Church is adjacent to the numerous wharfs and moorings of our working waterfront. From this North-West harbor view, you can watch our fishermen and women steam out to sea as they harvest Maine lobster and fish our beautiful local waters.
Summer (and off-season) visitors also enjoy getting “out on the water”, vacationing in our relaxing village. There are numerous historic, fun sites to explore in and around Port Clyde, including Marshall Point Lighthouse and Museum, Drift-Inn Beach, as well as a selection of restaurants, galleries and shops.
From this vantage point high up in the church tower, you can see a number of local islands, including Hupper, Raspberry, Blubber, and Caldwell Islands. The Port Clyde Christian Church is part of our community, and we are truly blessed to share this wonderful place with our friends and neighbors.
Port Clyde Christian Church was designed by renowned architect and explorer, Russell W. Porter, and founded in 1893. He also designed other historic homes and structures in Port Clyde, as well as the world-famous Palomar Observatory located in San Diego county, California.
In 2016 the church tower was renovated to effect needed repairs and also restore the fascinating “crenelations” to the roofline. The following video, which is a segment taken from the “St. George Stories” series, highlights the work.
The ’round-the-clock views below were captured from our webcam over the course of 24 hours… or even 7 days! These hyper-speed videos highlight waterfront and fishing activity happening adjacent to our church building.