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Conversation with Authors of The Gatherings

https://episcopalmaine.org/event/conversation-about-indigenous-settler-relations/

“Upisktwo” is a Mic’kmaq word that means “we return to that original place, and let’s try again.” In English it is often translated “forgiveness.” Join Maine Council of Churches for an online conversation with Maine...

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Peace

https://episcopalmaine.org/ministries/social-justice-outreach/peace/

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Communication Workshop – Social Media Basics

https://episcopalmaine.org/event/communication-workshop-social-media-basics/

Spring Communication Workshops! Join Katie Clark and Teresa Pinney, our director and assistant director of communications, for upcoming workshops covering a variety of communication topics. Our next workshop will take place on June 15: Social...

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What We Believe

https://episcopalmaine.org/about/what-we-believe/

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Worship

https://episcopalmaine.org/about/worship/

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Serving on the Vestry or Bishop’s Committee

https://episcopalmaine.org/resources/vestry/

Serving on a vestry is an important ministry for the health and well-being of a church. It can bring with it questions and challenges, as well as rewards. The Diocese of Maine wants to help helps wardens and vestries find resources necessary to fulfill their responsibilities. Wardens and vestries are also encouraged to share ideas and to help one another.  

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Find A Church

https://episcopalmaine.org/find-a-church/

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Racial Justice

https://episcopalmaine.org/ministries/social-justice-outreach/racial-justice/

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Lay Liturgical Ministry

https://episcopalmaine.org/resources/lay-liturgical-ministry/

A communicant in good standing, may be licensed by the Bishop to serve as Worship Leader, Preacher, Eucharistic Minister, or Eucharistic Visitor. Requirements and guidelines for the selection, training, continuing education, and deployment of lay ministers, and the duration of licenses shall be established by the Bishop in consultation with the Commission on Ministry.

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Areas of the Diocese

https://episcopalmaine.org/resources/areas-of-the-diocese/

The Episcopal Diocese of Maine is divided into six Areas made up of groups of congregations. Diocesan Council, a decision-making body of the Diocese of Maine, is comprised of two elected members from each of the six diocesan Areas. New clergy members are elected to Council at a Pre-Convention Hearing in advance of Convention in October.