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EPF’s Peacebuilding Series presentation by Dr. Catherine Meeks

https://episcopalmaine.org/recap-of-epfs-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

https://episcopalmaine.org/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

https://episcopalmaine.org/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

https://episcopalmaine.org/resolution-workshop-august-16-2022/

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...

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

https://episcopalmaine.org/resources/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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Community Support

https://episcopalmaine.org/ministries/social-justice-outreach/community-support/

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Public Reading of MLK’s Letter from a Birmingham Jail

https://episcopalmaine.org/resources/committed-to-listen/

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”

https://episcopalmaine.org/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

https://episcopalmaine.org/about/bishop-and-staff/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...

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Commissioning Service for Lay Ministries in The Church

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1WCHcYmRsE9Cb2AnBf7m_0KQPbrc7DdM_/view?usp=sharing