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On Sacred Ground: Personal Transformation Leads to Sacred Ground Program Expansion

The national “Becoming Beloved Community” newsletter recently included this column about Caroline Russell, a St. Paul’s, Brunswick parishioner until her death in December 2021, and her relationship with the Sacred Ground program. Sometimes a transformation...


Diocesan Listening Session

You are invited! We all know that our Prayer Book provides a clear statement about the mission God gives us: to restore all people to unity with God and each other in Christ (p. 855)....

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Earth Keeper Update from St Alban’s in Cape Elizabeth

 St Alban’s Episcopal Church Covenant to Care of Creation Activities Update from Earth Keeper Team Feb. 2023 – Aug. 2023 In Jesus, God so loved the whole world. We follow Jesus, so we love the...

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Legislative Update – February 5, 2023

Below you will find the first draft of the legislative tracking document and my notes from Advocacy Days. The tracking document is not set up with active links to the legislative documents – yet. I...

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Earth Keeper Update from the Aroostook Cluster

Aroostook Cluster’s Covenant to Care of Creation St. Paul’s, Fairfield Earth Keepers from our cluster of churches; St. Paul’s, Good Shepherd in Houlton, St. John’s in Presque Isle, are planning a combined gathering in September....


Diocesan Officers

The Episcopal Diocese of Maine is lead by five Diocesan Officers the Bishop of Maine, the Bishop's 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.


Recap of the 203rd Diocesan Convention (2022)

The 202nd Convention of the Diocese of Maine “Looking to Jesus, the pioneer and perfecter of our faith” Saturday, October 22, 2022 Let us run the race that is set before us, looking to Jesus,...

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Earth Keeper Update from St. David’s in Kennebunk

St. David’s Covenant to Care of Creation At St. David’s in Kennebunk, for the Season of Creation, we are inviting the congregation to make a commitment to one or two specific actions (from the list...

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Nominations open for Episcopal Church positions, committees, boards

The Joint Standing Committee on Nominations invites members from across The Episcopal Church to apply for the churchwide roles listed below. The deadline to apply is April 15. Elections will take place at the 81st...


Clergy Disciplinary Process

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.