Climate Advocacy Organizations

The Episcopal Diocese of Maine's Climate Justice Council has curated a list of resources including this list of organizations focused on advocating for climate justice.


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. 


Diocesan Officers

The Episcopal Diocese of Maine is lead by five Diocesan Officers the Bishop of Maine, a Chancellor, a Treasurer, a Secretary, and Registrar. In addition, the Maine Episcopal Missionary Society, Inc., is lead by the Bishop of Maine (President), Secretary, and Treasurer.


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.


Journal of the 201st Diocesan Convention (2020)

The 201st Convention of the Diocese of Maine took place online. The business portion was held via Zoom on October 17, 2020 and then of the entire diocese joined in worship via Zoom on Sunday, October 18, 2020 that included our diocesan virtual choir! 


Cycle of Prayer

Please pray with the diocese this Sunday for St. Andrew’s, Millinocket and for those exploring collaboration between the Diocese of Maine, Diocese of Vermont and Diocese of New Hampshire.


Disciplinary Board

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


Safe Church Training

The Diocese of Maine (“the Diocese”) is committed to the prevention of child abuse of all forms. The purpose of this policy is to help the church to be a safe place for all who worship, or minister, or come in any sort of need, including children, youth, and those who work with them. We believe that this policy is one aspect of honoring our baptismal vows to “respect the dignity of every human being.”

Blog Post

CIR reminds diocese of committee’s mission and work

Mission Statement for the Committee on Indian Relations, Episcopal Diocese of Maine: “We are called by our Creator to deepen our relationship with the Wabanaki of Maine, to stand with the tribes in the pursuit of justice, to...