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.
There are 18 summer chapels in Maine that have become communities of worship and friendship over the last 125 years.
Bishop visits St. George’s, York Harbor. Please contact the church for service time. St. George’s Episcopal Church Phone: (207) 363-7376 Street Address: 407 York Street Mailing Address: PO Box 364 York Harbor ME 03911 Web Address: stgeorgesyorkharbor.org Facebook: facebook.com/StGeorgesYorkHarbor YouTube: St. George’s Episcopal Church, York Maine The Rev. Ryan...
Bishop Brown will preside and Rev. Ryan Mails will preach on Palm Sunday at St. George’s, York Harbor. Please contact the congregation for details. St. George’s Episcopal Church Phone: (207) 363-7376 Street Address: 407 York Street E-mail: [email protected]
Bishop visits St. Peter’s by the Sea in Cape Neddick and celebrates the chapel’s 125th annniversary. Please contact the chapel for details. St. Peter’s by the Sea Episcopal 535 Shore Road, Cape Neddick, Maine 03902...
The 202nd Convention of the Diocese of Maine assembled online via Zoom on Saturday, October 23, 2021. The proceedings were livestreamed on YouTube. We took time to pause throughout convention to hear the Word of God, praise God with song with our virtual choir, and share Spiritual Eucharist.
This week the diocese prays for St. Christopher’s by the Sea, Winter Harbor, St. George’s Chapel, Tenants Harbor, and for those incarcerated, those who love them and those who minister to them.
A recording of the Summer Chapel Gathering with Bishop Brown for 2022 (held on Zoom) is available here. Enter passcode “sumchap#2022” to view. To read the ‘chat’ from the meeting, click here.