In this upcoming October 15 public conversation with Marpheen Chann in Portland, Robertson will describe action steps we all can take to reform our lives to be increasingly inclusive by embracing the full breadth of diversity represented in every single person.
To continue the conversation about “The 7 Deadly Sins of White Christian Nationalism,” we’re inviting everyone who registered for the event to read the book as part of a book group. As mentioned during the program, we are delighted… Read More
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On behalf of The BTS Center and The Maine Council of Churches, we would like to thank you for participating in our September 21 book event with Carter Heyward. A recording of the event is posted on the Maine Council… Read More
Learn how to safeguard your house of worship
Faith-based events and houses of worship, such as churches, synagogues, and mosques, are inherently welcoming, with open access and publicly available schedules for services and events. However, this welcoming nature can pose risks.
Join us in speaking out against the unprecedented number of people needlessly dying inside Maine’s prisons and jails.
In July, twenty-nine national religious organizations sent this letter to Members of the House of Representatives calling on them to co-sponsor H.R. 8048, the Solitary Confinement Study and Reform Act. NRCAT’s press release about this strong showing of interfaith support for the legislation is available here for sharing. A PDF of the national interfaith letter is available here to download, print, and share.
Wednesday, September 21, 4pm to 5:30pm An online conversation with nationally renowned author, Episcopal priest and pioneering theologian, Carter Heyward, about her newest book “The Seven Deadly Sins of White Christian Nationalism: A Call to Action”. (Special follow-up… Read More
Summer Arts Series 2022
Listening to the World’s Edge
Exploring the tides of climate change through music, art, and the call to adapt
Fostering Imagination: Building the Resilient Church
A Small Church Leadership Community for Northern New England churches
June – November 2022