Faith in Maine is a podcast of the Episcopal Diocese of Maine exploring God at work in our communities. It can be found on any platform where podcasts are found, including iTunes, Spotify, Pocket Casts and the latest episode is also accessible by telephone!
The Episcopal Diocese of Maine's Climate Justice Council has curated a list of resources including this list of organizations focused on advocating for climate justice.
The Episcopal Diocese of Maine's Climate Justice Council has curated a list of resources including this list of organizations where youth can get involved.
The Episcopal Diocese of Maine's Climate Justice Council wants you to know about state and municipal organizations doing creation care work.
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.
Update March 18, 2023 The 131st Legislature was very slow to take off and is just now shifting into a quicker pace. As of March 17th, 1210, of an expected 2,000 +/- bills have been...
The Clergy Formation Committee is a group of presbyters and deacons working to offer opportunities to enrich the ongoing formation of Maine's clergy community.
SAVE THE DATE: ‘It’s All About Love: A Festival for the Jesus Movement’ with Presiding Bishop Michael Curry July 9-12 Baltimore, Maryland Mark your calendar to join us for this churchwide festival of worship, learning,...
Dear Episcopalians of Maine, Vermont, and New Hampshire, Today we celebrated a new milestone! Episcopalians from across Maine, Vermont, and New Hampshire met on Zoom today for Maine’s Spring Training event, and during the program,...
There are 18 summer chapels in Maine that have become communities of worship and friendship over the last 125 years.