Episcopal Maine Climate Justice Council
April 24, 2023

ACTION ALERT from the Climate Justice Council

As we continue to strive in new ways to care for the gift of God’s Creation, the Climate Justice Council asks your support in contacting your legislators about these proposed bills in the document below....

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March 25, 2023

For Earth Day, Honor the Wabanaki’s Response to the Climate Crisis

by the Climate Justice Council of the Episcopal Diocese of Maine

How should parishes celebrate Earth Day (April 22) and Earth Week (April 17-23) this year? The Diocese of Maine’s Climate Justice Council suggests that we look to the Wabanaki experience as they respond to the...

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February 8, 2023

Why Justice? A reflection on the Diocesan Justice Commission Town Hall

by Roy Smoot of St. David's, Kennebunk

“Will you strive for justice and peace among all people, and respect the dignity of every human being?”  From our Episcopal Baptismal Covenant “Do justice, love mercy and walk humbly with your God.”   Micah 6:8...

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October 21, 2022

Reports to 2022 Convention Available

The Trustees of Diocesan Funds and Climate Justice Council have prepared reports for convention. Click on the button below to view and read these reports. Reports to Convention  

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April 24, 2022

Earth Day Sermon “To Till and Keep the Earth”

by The Rev. Dr. Jenny Reece

To Till and Keep the Earth A sermon preached at St. Brendan the Navigator Episcopal Church, Deer Isle, MaineFirst Sunday after Easter, Year C, April 24 2022 Celebrating Earth Day (April 22) Texts: Genesis 2:4b-25...

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March 30, 2022

Sacred Spaces and Thin Places: A conversation with John Bell

The Rev. Holly Hoffmann, Priest in Charge of St. Saviour’s, Bar Harbor, Church of Our Father, Hulls Cove, and St. Andrew and St. John, Southwest Harbor, along with Pastor Rob Benson of Bar Harbor Congregational...

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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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