Center for Racial Healing

We encourage you to visit the Absalom Jones Episcopal Center for Racial Healing! Subscribe to their newsletter and you’ll gain access to the many resources that they’ve posted, helping them expand their work throughout the...


Diocesan Council Nominee Bios for 2022 Elections

Elections were held on September 27, 2022 where the following lay representatives to Diocesan Council were elected: Acadie (A) – pending Aurora Borealis (B ) – Ben Barr, Millinocket Area C – Matt Bear-Fowler, Gardiner...


Wild Worship Field Guide

The Climate Justice Council recommends this creative prayer idea from The Sanctuary Centre as a way to explore worshipping in the wild. “Most of Jesus’ teaching was conducted outside… on hillsides, next to lakes, in...

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Reports to 2022 Convention Available

The Trustees of Diocesan Funds and Climate Justice Council have prepared reports for convention. Click on the button below to view and read these reports. Reports to Convention  


Earth Week Liturgy

“Restoring Our World, Our Common Home” The Climate Justice Council created an Earth Week Liturgy  (morning prayer) for your use! This liturgy was created by Marianne Pinkham, Reverend Canon Eleanor Prior, Anneliese Pugh, Reverend Dr....


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.


The Standing Committee

The Standing Committee is an elected body which serves as the Council of Advice to the Bishop and stands ready to be the Ecclesiastical Authority of the Diocese when a vacancy occurs in the Episcopate.

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Diocesan Convention: Fill Leadership Positions and Propose Resolutions

Three Ways YOU Can Help Direct the Future of the Diocese! Fill one of the six open seats on Diocesan Council Leading up to the 203rd Convention of the Diocese of Maine in October, six...




COP27: UN Climate Change Conference

At The Episcopal Church’s 80th General Convention in July, the House of Bishops passed a statement titled, “Expressing the Mind of the House on Climate and Our Vocation in Christ.” “In this statement, we see the...