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Journey to Ordination in the Diocese of Maine

https://drive.google.com/file/d/13MN99VZhO2E-aRm0mQMTvZeabjqeIrr4/view?usp=sharing

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Chrism Eucharist, Renewal of Vows and Blessing of Holy Oils

https://episcopalmaine.org/event/chrism-mass-renewal-of-vows/

Let’s gather to renew our promises of baptism (for lay persons), and ordination vows (for ordained persons) at Good Shepherd in Rangeley. The Church of the Good Shepherd has ample space for us, windows and...

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General Convention

https://episcopalmaine.org/about/governance/general-convention/

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Ordinations at the Cathedral

https://episcopalmaine.org/event/bishops-visitations-12/

By the Grace of God and with the consent of the people The Rt. Rev. Thomas J. Brown, Tenth Bishop of Maine will ordain Carlisle Blind George Cooper Heather Sylvester to the Diaconate in Christ’s...

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Liturgical Role of the Deacon

https://episcopalmaine.org/resources/liturgical-duties-deacon/

Deacons have specific liturgical responsibilities in the worship of the Episcopal Church that are intended to reflect their role as servants of Christ. These duties include taking the Good News of God’s love to the world (proclaiming the Gospel), bringing the concerns of the world into the church (working with others on the prayers of the people), modeling servanthood (preparing the table) and sending the people of God out to serve the world (proclaiming the dismissal). Ideally, each of these liturgical duties is matched by real world and congregational ministries.

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Commission on Ministry

https://episcopalmaine.org/resources/commission-on-ministry/

The Commission on Ministry (COM) assists the bishop in developing, recruiting, forming, and assessing those called to ministry in the church. Their work encompasses those called to lay or ordained ministry.

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Clergy Disciplinary Process

https://episcopalmaine.org/resources/clergy-discipline-titleiv/

All matters of clergy misconduct will be reported to an intake officer for the diocese.  Matters might then be resolved through pastoral care, mediation, an agreement with the bishop, an investigation or any combination of these.  An investigation may result in formal mediation, and, if necessary, a hearing.

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