Recent Grants: Maine Steeples Fund

2016 Grants

  • Benton Falls Congregational Church UCC, to support a steeple assessment: $4,000
  • Quoddy Tides Foundation, to support a steeple assessment for the Central Congregational Church building in Eastport: $4,000
  • Quoddy Tides Foundation, to support a steeple assessment for the North Baptist Church building in Eastport: $4,000
  • Reversing Falls Sanctuary, Brooksville, to support a steeple assessment: $3,600
  • Second Congregational Church of Warren, for the first installment of a $60,000 grant to restore the church steeple: $30,000
  • Second Congregational Church, UCC, Newcastle, for the first installment of a $60,000 grant to restore the church steeple: $30,000
  • St. Philip’s Episcopal Church, Wiscasset, to support a steeple assessment: $1,527
  • St. Philips Episcopal Church, Wiscasset, for the first installment of a grant to restore the church steeple: $7,424

2015 Grants

  • Sanford Unitarian Universalist Church, to support a building and steeple assessment: $2,916
  • Second Congregational Church of Warren, to support a steeple assessment: $2,992
  • Sanford Unitarian Universalist Church, to support a building and steeple assessment: $2,916
  • Second Congregational Church of Warren, to support a steeple assessment: $2,992
  • Friends of the River Meeting House and Oak Grove Chapel, Vassalboro, to support assessment of the Oak Grove Chapel: $4,000
  • Monson Community Church, for the final payment to cover steeple restoration: $11,350
  • Troy Union Church, for the first of two payments to support steeple restoration: $30,000
  • West Auburn Congregational Church, for the first of two payments to support steeple restoration: $14,108

2014 Grants

  • Appleton Historical Society, to support a steeple assessment of the Appleton Union Meetinghouse: $2,970
  • Broad Bay Congregational United Church of Christ, Waldoboro, to support a steeple assessment: $3,600
  • East Blue Hill Village Improvement Association, to support a steeple assessment at Founders Hall: $3,428
  • Elijah Kellogg Church, Harpswell, to support a steeple assessment: $4,000
  • Peoples United Methodist Church, Greenville, for the first of two payments to cover steeple restoration: $9,637