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.


Making Things Memorable: Storytelling and Art as Faith Practice and Worship

Making Things Memorable: Storytelling and Art as Faith Practice and Worship Thursday, March 17  7:00 pm Presented by Heather Roth Johnson Part of the Province 1 Christian Formation Network’s series of “Conversations with Noted Speakers” Heather...


Faith in Maine Podcast

Faith in Maine is a podcast of the Episcopal Diocese of Maine exploring God at work in our communities. It can be found on any platform where podcasts are found, including iTunes, Spotify, Pocket Casts and the latest episode is also accessible by telephone! 


Episcopal Maine in the News

A list of articles and videos featuring the Diocese of Maine




Faith Formation Calendar for Jan. 2022


Liturgical Resources for The Season of Creation Care 2022

Websites: you will find here a pdf with liturgies and prayers for the Season of Creation here are a number of resources from the various faith traditions as well as an interfaith resource

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World Too Beautiful service reflection

Reflection by Peter Jenks for World Too Beautiful service, January 5, 2022 January 6, Feast of the Epiphany, is no longer simply an overt religious date for churches to offer a service or meal; but...


Education for Ministry (EfM)

Every Baptized Person is Called to Ministry. Education for Ministry (EfM) invites participants into small, mentored groups that provide the framework for understanding life and shaping actions as Christian faith is deepened.


Racial Justice