Parochial Reports Due


Please file your 2021 Parochial Report by March 1, 2022 If you have questions please contact Canon Terry Reimer at [email protected] To file online or download the 2021 Parochial Report and instruction booklet, click here.


Archives of the Diocese of Maine


The Archives contain a mixture of public, historical records that can be used for research, and legal records that are sealed from view. Together they comprise a history of the people and places that have formed and shaped us over the years.


Communications Workshop: Copyright for Churches – June 2022


This workshop was presented to The Episcopal Church in New Hampshire by the Canon for Administration of The Episcopal Diocese of Maine, Barbara Martin in June of 2022.


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.


Retired Clergy


The Retired Clergy Community in Maine connects regularly via Zoom, Facebook, and newsletter.

Blog Post

Canon to the Ordinary’s 2022 sabbatical


Over the last several years I have been working on a plan to support the work of clearing unexploded ordnance in Laos. Laos is a small country in between Thailand and Vietnam and is profoundly contaminated by...

Blog Post

Canon to the Ordinary’s sabbatical results in formation of Restoration Laos


by The Rev. Cn. Michael Ambler I fell in love with the tiny, distant country of Laos about twelve years ago, when I first visited on vacation. Laos is a sliver of mountain and river,...


Digital Onboarding Grants


Digital Onboarding Grants from the Diocese of Maine are a program designed to assist churches in pivoting to worship online or via broadcast. This could be through the purchase of livestreaming equipment, extending their Wi-Fi, purchasing video editing software for recorded services, purchasing technology for broadcast and more. 


Domestic and International Poverty Grants


The Episcopal Diocese of Maine makes funds available annually to support international and domestic efforts and ministries that help to alleviate poverty. Any Maine congregation or program group may offer a proposal to Diocesan Council for consideration to fund an international or domestic outreach or effort.