MAINE NEVER GOT OUT OF THE GAME!
I’m sure many of you saw the article in the New York Times on June 10: “Religious Liberals Sat Out of Politics for 40 Years. Now They Want in the Game,” by Laurie Goodstein. While I was happy to see that the media…read more
Why, in the world, does my faith matter? That is the question keynote speaker Rev. Dr. Bill Barter asked 130 people of faith who gathered in Augusta on March 27 and 28 for Interfaith Advocacy Days. I have… Read More
Now more than ever, people of faith are called to speak out for justice, compassion and peace and to become effective advocates with elected officials and policy makers who create and vote on important legislation here in Maine…. Read More
Congregations who follow the lectionary have been spending time in the gospel of Matthew this year. Two weeks ago, the text was from Matthew’s account of the Sermon on the Mount when Jesus tells his followers, “You are… Read More
This prayer was delivered by MCC Executive Director Rev. Jane Field in the State House of Representatives on the opening day of the legislature, January 4. All representatives and and senators …Read more
MAY YOUR DAYS BE MERRY AND BRIGHT During this holiday season, we at the Maine Council of Churches wish you and your loved ones the Advent blessings of hope, peace, joy and love. We pray for the… Read More
In a call for peace, the Maine Council of Churches and veterans’ organizations in Maine are asking churches throughout Maine to ring their bells for two minutes at 11 a.m. on Nov. 11. The following is the speech… Read More
October 21, 2016 Dear Friends: On Thursday, October 20, we were thrilled to host a statewide event, “From Mudslinging to Mutual Respect: How To Make Politics More Civil,” featuring Senator George Mitchell. We welcomed nearly 200 people from… Read More
Click here to see a list of Candidates who pledge to be civil.
Guest blog post by MCC summer intern and recent Colby College graduate, Lucy Hadley, on solar energy.