Summer Camps: Here's a video of the the Summer Choir Camp which St. Peter's in Rockland offersed for neighborhood kids in the summer of 2015. St. Bart's in Yarmouth, St. Ann's in Windham and St. Alban's in Cape Elizabeth offer one-week day camps. St. George's in Sanford provides scholarships and transportation so that kids from their church and neighborhood can be together at Camp Bishopswood.
Evening programs: St. Andrew's in Newcastle has offered intergenerational Messy Church evenings, using a resource from the UK.
Mission and Pilgrimages: Your teens in grades 6-12 can participate in the mission experiences and pilgrimages offered by Maine Diocesan Youth Ministries. To find out what's happening, contact Rev. Sara D'Angio White and you may also find information at maineyouth.org.
There is a triennial Episcopal Youth Event (E.Y.E.) for high school teens in 2020, 2023, 2026, etc. About 1,000 Episcopal teens come together somewhere in the United States for five incredible days. Teens must come with their diocese, and applications will be available the preceding fall and winter. FMI contact Sara D'Angio White.
St. John's in Bangor brings high schoolers to Taize in France every three years. St. Alban's in Cape Elizabeth brought high schoolers on a pilgrimage to Northern Ireland in 2018. St. George's in York has an active program of mission experiences. The Episcopal Youth and Mission Manual is a great resource.
Episcopal Relief and Development offers Disaster Relief Curriculums for ministering with children and teens. (Scroll down on their site.)