January 11, 2022

EPF’s Peacebuilding Series presentation by Dr. Catherine Meeks

Recap of Dr. Meek’s presentation by Episcopal Peace Fellowship – Maine Chapter In January, Episcopal Peace Fellowship’s monthly series of free, online Peacebuilding presentations featured a dynamic talk by Dr. Catherine Meeks on racial healing....

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Episcopal Main Public Policy Network
January 6, 2022

Maine Legislature resumes work in Augusta

by John Hennessy

The legislature convened the second session this week and the schedule for public hearings and work sessions is already starting to fill up. All legislative committee work will be conducted virtually at least through January...

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Episcopal Maine Committee on Indian Relations
January 6, 2022

CIR reminds diocese of committee’s mission and work

by John Maddeus

Mission Statement for the Committee on Indian Relations, Episcopal Diocese of Maine: “We are called by our Creator to deepen our relationship with the Wabanaki of Maine, to stand with the tribes in the pursuit of justice, to...

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January 5, 2022

World Too Beautiful service reflection

by The Rev. Peter Jenks

Reflection by Peter Jenks for World Too Beautiful service, January 5, 2022 January 6, Feast of the Epiphany, is no longer simply an overt religious date for churches to offer a service or meal; but...

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December 2, 2021

Transformation Northeast: An Invitation to Pray

by Tony Sousa

An Invitation to Pray Transformation Northeast is a nondenominational effort to renew Christianity in New England. I encourage all churches in our diocese to become involved. Join them in praying 24/7 for Church and regional renewal,...

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October 21, 2021

Episcopal Maine Youth invite diocese to celebrate International Pronouns Day

Several years ago, our youth decided it was time to start introducing ourselves with our pronouns. At the time, we were meeting in person for full-weekend events. We’d put out plastic nametags, and youth could...

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October 1, 2021

Territory acknowledgement prepared by Episcopal Maine Youth

by Episcopal Maine Youth

This territory acknowledgement was prepared in honor of Indigenous Peoples’ Day. It was written by a group of middle schoolers from Episcopal Maine Youth who gathered on Zoom to better understand and map the history...

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March 14, 2021

Coast Guard Auxiliary Chaplain Support (ACS)

by The Very Rev. Dr. Benjamin Shambaugh

USCG Auxiliary Casco Bay Flotilla “The 2-1 ACS” “Semper Paratus – Always Ready”. That’s the proud motto of the United States Coast Guard, the guardians of our Nation’s maritime safety and security. The Coast Guard...

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