MCC in the News
Maine Council of Churches and friends are featured in an article in this month’s “Journey” magazine, “Faith and Action: Clergy As Allies,” pp. 22-23, about the faith community’s response to substance use disorder and the overdose crisis.
The Land and Water Conservation Fund – which uses no taxpayer dollars – should receive a full and permanent federal appropriation.
By Jane Field Special to the Press Herald, October 5, 2019
Tuesday, September 10, 2019: Not all churches support people’s veto efforts, surprise medical bills, questions about BDN reporting
By Our readers. Letters submitted by BDN readers, edited and verified by BDN Opinion Page staff. Send your letters to email@example.com. • September 9, 2019 11:57 am Not all churches support people’s veto efforts Some media coverage of… Read More
An article from Table Settings, The Newsletter of the Maine Conference of the United Church of Christ (MEUCC) Board of Directors, Issue 2 Warm Summertime Greetings from the Maine Council of Churches! Seeking Common Ground, Working for the… Read More
Voters, politicians and religious leaders should all recognize and respond when political rhetoric goes too far.
Maine Voices: Let’s all push for an end to the hate-spewing that fuels gun violence
One of the primary demands of people of faith is that we acknowledge that every life as sacred and therefore love one another in word and deed. For decades we have been told that, strange as it seems,… Read More
from the Bangor Daily News
April 30, 2019
By Jane Field, Opinion guest column
They say the Trump administration policies that put immigrant children in detention facilities constitute a moral crisis. By Abigail AustinKennebec Journal Share The Rev. Allen Ewing-Merrill speaks at Wednesday’s rally in Augusta. Faith leaders from around the state… Read More
From Maine Public By Jennifer Mitchell October 4, 2018 The Maine Council of Churches has come out against the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court. “To begin with, we felt that the temperament and… Read More
from the Bangor Daily News, September 8, 2018 It was heartening to read that the Government Oversight Committee took the unusual step last week of demanding that Gov. Paul LePage apologize for his caustic comments about a legislator. At a… Read More