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Diocesan Cycle of Prayer

1 Advent 2021 through Christ the King 2022

Click here for a PDF of the entire 2021-2022 Cycle of Prayer

January 2
St. Columba's, Boothbay Harbor
St. Anne’s, Calais
For the priests of the Diocese of Maine and Bishop Thomas Brown
January 9
St. Thomas’, Winn
For the basic right of all people to adequate shelter
January 16
St. Francis-by-the-Sea, Blue Hill
St. Peter’s, Rockland
For the work of Episcopal Relief and Development
January 23
St. Margaret’s, Belfast
For the wardens and vestries of our congregations
January 30
St. Philips’, Wiscasset
For St. Elizabeth’s Jubilee Center and Essentials Pantry in Portland
February 6
All Saints’, Skowhegan
Trinity, Lewiston
For our Committee on Indian Relations
For the needy and the hungry
February 3
St. John’s, Presque Isle
Christ Church, Eastport
For the life of Blessed Absalom Jones, the first African American priest in The Episcopal Church
February 20
St. Andrew & St. John, Southwest Harbor
For Episcopal Peace Foundation
February 27
St. Andrew's, Millinocket
For the Diocese of Vermont and Diocese of New Hampshire as we explore collaboration
March 6
St. John’s, Bangor
For Maine Episcopal Youth Ministry – both participants and leaders
March 13
St. Barnabas, Rumford
For Trinity Jubilee Center
March 20
St. George's, York Harbor
For our Presiding Bishop Michael Curry
March 27
Saint Mary's, Falmouth
St. George's, Sanford
For our retired clergy, spouses, and surviving spouses
April 3
St. Aidan's, Machias
For our siblings in common mission in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
April 10
St. Alban’s, Cape Elizabeth
For new members of the Church, penitents, and seekers
April 17
For new life in our homes, our families, and our communities
April 24
St. Paul’s, Ft. Fairfield
St. Peter’s, Portland
For the spread of the Gospel to all the world
May 1
St. Giles’, Jefferson
For the ministry of Bridging the Gap in Augusta
May 8
Christ Church, Gardiner
For postulants and candidates for holy orders in the Diocese of Maine
May 15
St. Michael’s, Auburn
For all church musicians and choirs
May 22
St. Thomas’, Camden
For all those suffering in body and mind from the effects of COVID-19
May 29
St. Martin’s, Palmyra
For our Liturgical Committee planning our Diocesan Pentecost Vigil Service on June 4
For Memorial Day as we remember all who have died in the service of their country
June 5
Cathedral Church of St. Luke, Portland
For students who are graduating
June 12
All Saints’ by the Sea, Bailey Island
Trinity Chapel, York Harbor
For our nation as we pause to recall the struggle to overcome slavery with the celebration of Juneteenth
June 19
Our Lady of the Evergreens, Harborside
All Saints’ Chapel, Orr’s Island
For the deacons of the Diocese of Maine
June 26
St. Augustine’s, Dover-Foxcroft
St. Cuthbert’s, MacMahan Island
For the ministry of the staff and volunteers who attend to the administrative needs of our churches
July 3
Church of the Redeemer, Sorrento
St. Peter’s by the Sea, Cape Neddick
For the mission and ministry of Camp Bishopswood 
For our nation on Independence Day
July 10
All Saints’ by the Sea, Southport
St. James’ Chapel, Prouts Neck
For all victims of war
July 17
North Haven Summer Services
St. Philip’s by the Sea, Fortunes Rocks
For parishes in transition
July 24
Trinity Chapel, Kennebunk Beach
St. Martin in the Field, Biddeford Pool
For the sick and those who care for them
July 31
St. Christopher’s by the Sea, Winter Harbor
St. George’s Chapel, Tenants Harbor
For those incarcerated, those who love them and those who minister to them
August 7
St. Ann’s, Kennebunkport
For the spouses, companions, and families of clergy in the diocese
August 14
Christ Church Dark Harbor, Isleboro
Parish of St. Mary & St. Jude, Northeast Harbor
For the victims of human trafficking and those working to combat it
August 21
St. Dunstan’s, Ellsworth
For the staff and volunteers leading and improving our digital evangelism efforts
August 28
Grace Church, Bath
Church of Our Father, Hulls Cove
For the reverent care of all the world as we observe the Season of Creation from
September 1 to October 4
September 4
Trinity, Portland
St. Matthew’s, Lisbon Falls
For all who labor and work and for all who seek the dignity of meaningful employment
For students and educators beginning a new school year
September 11
Good Shepherd, Rangeley
St. Nicholas’, Scarborough
For all Christian Education and Sunday School programs
September 18
Christ Church, Norway
St. Savior’s, Bar Harbor
For those who advocate for the poor and the oppressed and our Maine Episcopal Public Policy Network
September 25
St. Andrew’s, Winthrop
St. Patrick’s, Brewer
For those engaged in innovative ministries like Arise Portland and World Too Beautiful 
October 2
Trinity, Castine
For those struggling with addiction
October 9
St. Paul’s, Brunswick
For those serving in lay liturgical ministries
October 16
St. Luke’s, Wilton
For all who are preparing for the 202nd Convention of the Diocese of Maine
October 23
St. Peter’s, Bridgton
For all immigrants and refugees and the ministries that serve them
October 30
St. Bartholomew’s, Yarmouth
St. Mark's, Waterville
For civil discourse during a time of election
November 6
St. John Baptist, Thomaston
For all who serve and have served in the armed forces of our country as we honor them on Veteran’s Day
November 13
Trinity, Saco
For the Trustees, Standing Committee, Diocesan Council, and other bodies of the Diocese of Maine
November 20
Emmanuel Lutheran Episcopal Church, Augusta
For our Commission on Ministry



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