Safe Talk: Become Suicide-Alert


Come to be trained in the premiere international resource for suicide awareness and prevention. Led by Fr Nathan Ferrell of Saint Mary’s, this training provides practical tools for responding to your neighbors in need. Who?...


Expressing the Mind of the House on Climate and Our Vocation in Christ


Climate change and environmental degradation are manifestations of our turning away from God. The effects of this willful separation from God resonate across our collective lives: All areas of justice are either worsened or made better depending on the health of the planet. A changing climate and degraded environment worsen conflict, forces human migration, and causes food insecurity. These related crises increase the rate of violence, cause more natural disasters and humanitarian crises, and deepen the wounds of those already suffering from racism. People living in poverty are plunged further into poverty by the deteriorating condition of the planet.

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Diocesan Convention: Nominations for Leaders


Lead On! Please consider whether you or someone you know may be called to serve in any one of the open leadership positions listed below! Click here (scroll down the page) to learn more about each position. Diocesan...


Eucharist and Panel Discussion with Presiding Bishop Michael Curry 


Diocese of New Hampshire: Eucharist and Panel Discussion with Presiding Bishop Michael Curry Saturday, November 5, 10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Capitol Center for the Arts, 44 South Main Street, Concord, New Hampshire You’re cordially invited by...


Learn about the Diocesan Justice Commission


Justice Commission Town Hall  The Justice Commission is hosting the Town Hall on February 7th at 7 pm to share widely the justice work the commission does in the Diocese of Maine, why it matters...


Recap of the 202nd Diocesan Convention (2021)


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.


Responding to the Pandemic


Latest news, guidance, and resources regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and our churches


Sipayik Rally for Clean Drinking Water


The Passamaquoddy Tribe at Sipayik will hold a Sipayik Rally for Clean Drinking Water in Augusta on April 11th. Sign in at 8 am. After receiving an update from Passamaquoddy leaders, a rally outside the...

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Resolution Learning Session on August 16


Resolution Learning Session/Workshop Tuesday, August 16th 7:00 pm on Zoom It’s Convention Resolution Season! The deadline for submitting a resolution for diocesan convention is fast approaching (September 16th)! If you have an idea for a...

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For Earth Day, Honor the Wabanaki’s Response to the Climate Crisis


How should parishes celebrate Earth Day (April 22) and Earth Week (April 17-23) this year? The Diocese of Maine’s Climate Justice Council suggests that we look to the Wabanaki experience as they respond to the...