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EPF’s Peacebuilding Series presentation by Dr. Catherine Meeks

Recap of Dr. Meek’s presentation by Episcopal Peace Fellowship – Maine Chapter In January, Episcopal Peace Fellowship’s monthly series of free, online Peacebuilding presentations featured a dynamic talk by Dr. Catherine Meeks on racial healing....

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The Art and History of Stained Glass Windows in Bar Harbor

Jennifer Booher gave a slide talk about her research into stained-glass windows in Bar Harbor buildings. Booher is an artist and photographer currently at work on a book documenting local stained-glass windows. Her research has...

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Meet our GC80 Deputies

As we approach General Convention in July 2022, we’d like to introduce you to a few of the deputies who will be representing the Episcopal Diocese of Maine in Baltimore.  We will introduce our deputies...

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Resolution Learning Session on August 16

Resolution Learning Session/Workshop Tuesday, August 16th 7:00 pm on Zoom It’s Convention Resolution Season! The deadline for submitting a resolution for diocesan convention is fast approaching (September 16th)! If you have an idea for a...


“Our Relationship with the Wabanaki People” Spring Training 2022 Follow-Up on HR5444

Toward the end of our session about our diocese’ relationship with The Wabanaki Peoples, a question asked about providing advocacy details regarding HR 5444 / B 2907, the “Truth & Healing Commission on Indian Boarding...


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Public Reading of MLK’s Letter from a Birmingham Jail

Committed to Listen took place in 2021 when political and faith leaders, including Episcopal Diocese of Maine Bishop Thomas Brown, gathered to read aloud the words of MLK's Letter form a Birmingham Jail.

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Earth Day Sermon “To Till and Keep the Earth”

To Till and Keep the Earth A sermon preached at St. Brendan the Navigator Episcopal Church, Deer Isle, MaineFirst Sunday after Easter, Year C, April 24 2022 Celebrating Earth Day (April 22) Texts: Genesis 2:4b-25...

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The Rt. Rev. Thomas J. Brown

A phrase I love to use when I meet people is, “where are you from-from?” It’s become an invitation for the person to reach back to the place where she or he spent the earliest...


Commissioning Service for Lay Ministries in The Church