Diocesan Cycle of Prayer

1 Advent 2019 through Christ the King 2020 

  

 
21 June ~ Pentecost 3 ~ Father’s Day
The congregations of 
St. Matthew’s, Lisbon 
Good Shepherd, Rangeley
For students and faculty as summer vacation begins
 
28 June ~ Pentecost 4
The congregations of
All Saints’, Skowhegan 
St. Mark’s, Waterville
For our nation on our upcoming Independence Day
 
5 July ~ Pentecost 5
The congregations of 
St. Giles’, Jefferson 
St. John Baptist, Thomaston 
 
12 July ~ Pentecost 6 
The summer chapel congregations of  
Trinity, York Harbor 
St. Peter’s-by-the-Sea, Cape Neddick 
For those who suffer persecution, oppression and denial of human rights
 
19 July ~ Pentecost 7
The summer chapel congregations of 
Trinity Chapel, Kennebunk Beach 
St. Ann’s by-the-Sea, Kennebunkport 
For all church musicians and choirs
 
26 July ~ Pentecost 8
The summer chapel congregations of 
St. Philip’s by-the-Sea, Fortunes Rocks
St. Martin’s in-the-Field, Biddeford Pool 
For all of the New England dioceses of Province One 
 
2 August ~ Pentecost 9  
The summer chapel congregations of 
St. James’, Prouts Neck 
Holy Trinity, Peak’s Island 
For those serving in lay liturgical ministries
 
9 August ~ Pentecost 10
The summer chapel congregations of 
All Saints by-the-Sea, Bailey Island 
All Saints, Orr’s Island 
For seafarers and those who make their living from the earth and from the sea  
 
16 August ~ Pentecost 11
The summer chapel congregations of 
St. Cuthbert’s, MacMahan Island 
All Saints by-the-Sea, Southport 
For Summer Services, North Haven 
 
23 August ~ Pentecost 12 
The summer chapel congregations of 
St. George’s, Tenants Harbor 
Christ Church Dark Harbor, Isleboro 
Our Lady of the Evergreens, Harborside
 
30 August ~ Pentecost 13
The summer chapel congregations of 
Church of the Redeemer, Sorrento
St. Christopher’s By-the-Sea, Winter Harbor
For all who labor and work, for parents who labor to care for their families, and for all who seek the dignity of meaningful employment
 
6 September ~ Pentecost 14
For students and educators in the new school year
For all Christian Education and Sunday School programs 
 
13 September ~ Pentecost 15  
For the congregation of 
St. Columba’s, Boothbay Harbor 
For the people and clergy of our Companion Diocese of Haiti
 
20 September ~ Pentecost 16 
For the congregations of 
St. Peter’s, Bridgton 
St. Ann’s, Windham 
For all ministries of racial reconciliation and racial justice
 
27 September ~ Pentecost 17 
For the Trustees, Standing Committee, Diocesan Council and other decision-making bodies of the Diocese of Maine
 
4 October ~ Pentecost 18
For the congregation of 
St. Paul’s, Brunswick
For the Maine Council of Churches and all of our ecumenical and interfaith partners this World Communion Sunday
 
11 October ~ Pentecost 19
For the harvest, and the fruits of human work
For all who are preparing for the 201st Convention of the Diocese of Maine 
 
18 October ~ Pentecost 20 
For the congregation of 
St. Dunstan’s, Ellsworth
For fulfilling the basic right of all people to adequate shelter as we approach the United Nations’ World Habitat Day
 
25 October ~ Pentecost 21 
For our sisters and brothers in common mission in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America on Reformation Sunday
 
1 November  ~ All Saints Sunday
For the priests of the Diocese of Maine
For civil discourse during a time of election
 
8 November ~ Pentecost 23 
For the congregations of 
St. Andrew and St. John, Southwest Harbor 
St. Saviour’s, Bar Harbor  
Church of Our Father, Hulls Cove 
For all who serve and have served in the armed forces of our country as we honor them on Veteran’s Day
 
15 November ~ Pentecost 24 
For the congregations of 
St. Mary & St. Jude, Northeast Harbor 
Trinity, Castine
St. Brendan the Navigator, Deer Isle 
For all victims of war
 
22 November ~ Last Pentecost
For The Cathedral Church of St. Luke, Portland
For the deacons of the Diocese of Maine
For the work of Episcopal Relief & Development

 

 

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