Maine Catholics travel to Philadelphia to see Pope Francis

On Thursday afternoon, September 24th, Bishop Robert Deeley (left) of the Diocese of Portland waits for the train to the World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia with Cardinal Seán O’Malley, OFM Cap., Archbishop of Boston.

Maine Interfaith Advocacy Days – March 27 & 28

Maine Interfaith Advocacy Days – March 27 & 28

MCC Seeks New Office Administrator

  The Maine Council of Churches represents nine denominations that work together, in conjunction with other partners, to advocate at the state and national level for the eradication of poverty, for civil discourse in politics, and for environmental… Read More

Moving Toward Peace: Learning to Love Those We Do Not Like

An ecumenical worship gathering sponsored by the Maine Council of Churches
Sunday, May 3, 2015 | 3 pm
at Allen Avenue Unitarian Universalist Church
524 Allen Avenue, Portland

National Religious Campaign Against Torture

In March, 2006, the Maine Council of Churches became an Endorsing Member of the National Reliigous Campaign Against Torture (NRCAT).  A year later, MCC became a Participating Member of NRCAT.  In 2010, MCC Executive Director Jill Saxby joined… Read More

On November 11, 2017

On November 11, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. please join together and Ring for Peace for two minutes to honor and Remember all those Veterans who have served our country.

Our mission

Rooted in the Hebrew and Christian Scriptures, our mission is to inspire congregations and persons of faith to unite in good works that build a culture of justice, compassion and peace.

Politics based on mutual respect, honesty

Letters to the Editor, Kennebec Journal/Morning Sentinel, October 19, 2016 click here to read the full letter.

Preble Street FAN

Preble Street FAN
Legislative Kick Off
Tuesday January 24th at 7 p.m.
Preble Street Soup Kitchen,
252 Oxford Street, Portland

The Maine Council of Churches Sponsors a Multi-Faith Dialogue on “Care for Our Common Home” Sunday, October 25 at Bowdoin College

Presenters from diverse faith communities will lead dialogue on climate change and social justice in response to Pope Francis’ recent eco-justice encyclical.