• Committed to Listen

    A public reading of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Letter From a Birmingham Jail

    Monday, January 18
    12:15 pm (Eastern)via Zoom and Facebook Live

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  • Save the Dates!

    Mark your calendars for our upcoming four-part online series designed to inspire and equip Mainers of faith to become advocates for public policies that promote peace built with justice and justice guided by love. Each session will include ….


    The Maine Council of Churches is calling on Maine’s Congressional delegation to insist on a timely and orderly transition of government.

    As a non-partisan organization of seven denominations who represent 434 congregations and 55,000 members in Maine, the Council has long advocated for civil discourse and integrity in our public servants. The Council does not support or oppose political candidates but focuses instead on the principles and values at stake in elections and public service.

  • Conscience and Hope

    Click here to watch Conscience and Hope live stream; a panel discussion on how the principles and teachings of different faith traditions (Christianity, Judaism, and Islam) aid their followers’ discernment on political issues, especially in a an election year. Featuring Bishop Robert Deeley & Suzanne Lafreniere (Catholic Diocese of Portland), Rev. Jane Field (Maine Council of Churches), Rabbi Carolyn Braun (Temple Beth El), and Councilman Pious Ali. Sponsored by the Saint Joseph’s College Center for Faith and Spirituality.