Season of Creation – Web of LifeJane Field Psalm 104                                                                                                                   September 1, 2019 Genesis 1                                                                                            Faith Lutheran Church, Windham, Maine             Have you ever said to yourself, “The universe must be trying to tell me something,” because… Read More

Poor People’s Campaign

Poor People’s Campaign
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2 Ways You Can Make a Difference in Black August

Black August is a season to reflect on the inequitable treatment of African Americans in the criminal justice system, a major driver of hunger and poverty in the United States.

Ring for Peace

On November 11, 2019 at 11:00 am please join together and Ring for Peace for two minutes to honor and remember all those veterans who have served our country. What we now call Veterans Day was once known… Read More

Veterans Day movement: ring bells for peace

from The Sun Journal, Nov. 6, 2019 NORWAY — Maine Veterans Groups and Maine Council of Churches ask for churches to join together on Nov. 11, 2019 at 11 a.m., in honor and remembrance of all those Veterans… Read More

November 11, 2019

Ring for Peace

MCC Blog November 22, 2019

The Maine Council of Churches would like to add its voice to that of Professor Abe Peck of USM (Portland Press Herald, November 9, 2019) in denouncing a group that purports to be “Christian” but hides behind a… Read More

“Bridge and Connect: First Annual Maine Human Rights Summit”

at August Civic Center, December 10
“Human rights are rights inherent to all human beings, regardless of race, sex, nationality, ethnicity, language, religion, or any other status.


Communities of faith have an important role to play in the 2020 Census. Among the most trusted voices here in Maine, your support will be instrumental in ensuring a complete count.   Here in Maine, where we don’t always… Read More


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 families, congregations and communities of Maine: that our hope for a better tomorrow is sustained, that our homes and streets are peaceful and safe, that the joy in our hearts is sheltered and nurtured, and that love of neighbor shapes both the gifts we receive and those we give. In this bleak midwinter, when earth stands hard as iron, and water like a stone, when snow is falling, snow on snow on snow, let us remember together that astonishing wonders can unfold in the unlikeliest of places, against all odds, and let us repeat that sounding joy to the world!