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Tips for a Successful Online Convention Experience

Here’s a checklist to help you prepare. Please read through these tips to make sure you have the tools and capability to participate as a lay delegate or voting clergy on Saturday, October 22nd: Have...


What We Believe


Resolution Learning Session

The deadline for submitting a resolution for diocesan convention is fast approaching (September 16th)! If you have an idea for a resolution — or want to learn more about the process — mark your calendar...


2022 Convention Finance Committee

Convention Finance Committee Ref: Canon 5:1 The Rev. Lael Sorensen, chair The Rev. Rebecca Grant The Rev. Cn. John Balicki Peter Bickford Carla Kelley Fred Lynk Canon Terry Reimer, Staff Liaison  


Deacon Formation Program

A person called to minister in deacons' orders will be a faithful, worshiping member of an Episcopal congregation in Maine. Such persons will exhibit spiritual maturity, compassion, and flexibility; they will exhibit a servant's heart and spirit, and will work well in a supervised context.

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Convention Registration Opens Friday, September 16

Register today for the 203rd annual Diocesan Convention! REGISTER HERE Who should register?  All voting lay convention delegates whose names have been submitted by their congregation All voting canonically resident clergy and licensed priests in charge...


2021 Resolution Canon 15 of Diocesan Council regarding Budget documents


2021 Resolution of Canon 15 of Diocesan Council regarding membership and terms


Disciplinary Board

In the event of a charge of clergy misconduct, members of Disciplinary Board must meet to review the matter.


Commission on Ministry

The Commission on Ministry (COM) assists the bishop in developing, recruiting, forming, and assessing those called to ministry in the church. Their work encompasses those called to lay or ordained ministry.