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Ministries

https://episcopalmaine.org/ministries/

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New Initiative Fund Grants

https://episcopalmaine.org/resources/new-initiative-fund-grants/

New Initiative Fund grants from Diocesan Council are available to support your call to mission!  Each congregation, diocesan committee, or program group in the Diocese of Maine is eligible to apply for funding to support new ministries, expand existing ministries in new directions, or to discern ministry possibilities in their community.

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Spring Training

https://episcopalmaine.org/event/spring-training/

Spring Training 2022 – Featuring a Conversation with the Bishops of Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont Saturday, May 14  9 am -12 pm  Online via Zoom Join us for a morning of conversation, prayer, and learning. Participants can...

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About

https://episcopalmaine.org/about/

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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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Bishop’s Statement on Racial Justice

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1qjRdsL5mJyFpkllB8YnCSQzBsESxuOoy/view?usp=sharing

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Bishop of Maine Shares Video Statement on Racial Justice

https://episcopalmaine.org/resources/bishop-of-maine-shares-video-statement-on-racial-justice/

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Bishop of Maine Statement on Racial Justice (Transcript)

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1SZZis7ROmKuw-tK-WBs7W0eH2cUbVJGB/view

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Desmond Tutu: Spirituality, Social Justice, and Leadership Colloquium

https://episcopalmaine.org/event/desmond-tutu-spirituality-social-justice-and-leadership-colloquium/

Desmond Tutu: Spirituality, Social Justice, and Leadership April 6, 2022 at 7:45am <–NOTE EARLY MORNING TIME Online Join the Rev. Dr. Michael Battle, Director of the Desmond Tutu Center of General Theological Seminary, on April 6...

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Areas of the Diocese

https://episcopalmaine.org/resources/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.