While the Maine Council of Churches neither endorses nor opposes candidates for office, we do take a clear stand in favor of civil discourse in elections and governance, and a clear stand against prejudice and bias.
The first week of October, the week that I began my tenure as the new Executive Director of MCC, began with World Communion Sunday. Begun in 1933 and endorsed by the National Council of Churches in 1940, it’s… Read More
This week, I am finishing up my tenure at the Maine Council of Churches (MCC). It has been a wonderful experience to serve you as the executive director. As I reflect on the year, the MCC has made… Read More
Hope. At this moment it is 7:30 a.m. on the observed Fourth of July holiday and 12 people of faith have gathered because they are so passionate about caring for our asylum seeking brothers and sisters. The meeting… Read More
Rev. Sue, Executive Director of the MCC writes about what is happening now!