To me, one of Kennebunkport’s lasting images is the enormous clock face of this whitewashed, meetinghouse-style church (built in 1824), down a lane off Dock Square and close to the tidal river. The huge clock faces are the originals, and are made of wood (which is very unusual); they no longer keep the correct time, but this is still as lovely a church as you’ll find in southern Maine. Inside, the simple spare theme continues but for some stained-glass work and an outsized, impressively columnar pipe organ—though it’s only from 2004.