Designed by architect J. W. Hoyt of Springfield, Massachusetts, and built in 1879 for just over $7,000, this open-air church, now on the National Register of Historic Places, is the largest wrought-iron-and-wood structure in America. Its conical crown is ringed with a geometric pattern of amber, carmine, and midnight-blue stained glass. Old-fashioned community sings take place Wednesday at 8pm, and concerts are scheduled irregularly on weekends. James Taylor and Bonnie Raitt have regaled the faithful here, but usually the acts are more homespun. Open July to August on Wednesdays at 8pm and occasional weekend evenings. Call for a schedule.
- © Frommer's 2013
Ask a local about Trinity Park Tabernacle
Ask Oak Bluffs Locals about Trinity Park Tabernacle
- tel: 508/693-0525
- Trinity Park (within the Camp Meeting Grounds)
- Oak Bluffs, MA 02557
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