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UNTO DUST: Photographing Strangers and Secret Beauty

22 Years of Ash Wednesday Street Portraits by Greg Miller
Thursday, February 6, 7:00pm
The BTS Center, 97 India Street, Portland, Maine

8th Annual Faith Community Connecting for Substance-Free Youth Forum

When: Wednesday, February 5, 2020 from 8:30-10:30 a.m.
Where: Pineland Farms, Conference Center, 16 Pineland Drive, New Gloucester
Who: Faith Community Representatives, Faith Leaders, Youth Leaders and others who influence youth

On March 3rd, you can protect all Maine’s children from deadly diseases by voting NO on Question 1.

March 3 – REMEMBER TO VOTE! Even if you’re not a registered Democrat voting in the primary that day, it’s still important to go to the polls and vote no on 1 to protect Maine’s children.

MCC Invites you to RING BELLS

DURING THIS HOLY WEEK AND EASTER LIKE NO OTHER
THE MAINE COUNCIL OF CHURCHES

INVITES YOU TO RING BELLS

AT 3:00PM ON GOOD FRIDAY

Faith Communities Adapt to COVID-19: How Different Religious Groups Are Reacting To the Crisis

By Cindy Han • Apr 7, 2020 How are people in Maine of different faiths adapting to the changes brough on by COVID-19? Major religious holidays are being marked in new ways during the current crisis. We talk… Read More

2020 National Gathering & Lobby Day

Virtual Ecumenical Advocacy Days Webinar, April 27, 1PM

MCC Executive Dir. Jane Field appeared on Saint Joseph’s college podcast “The Grace of Community in a Time of Crisis”

In this episode we discuss how faith communities can remain resilient in a time of crisis. The guest is Rev. Jane Field. Rev. Field is the pastor at Faith Lutheran Church in Windham, Maine. She is also the… Read More

Voices of Color – Week #1

As our nation’s attention is turned to the race-based oppression and privilege that plague us, many in the white community are seeking ways to stand in trustworthy solidarity with our siblings of color.  We at the Maine Council… Read More

Convocation Reimagined

Convocation Reimagined

Engaged Hope: Grounded Leadership in an Era of Ecological Emergency

September 24-25, 2020

Conscience and Hope

A panel discussion on how the principles and teachings of different faith traditions (Christianity, Judaism, and Islam) aid their followers’ discernment on political issues, especially in a an election year.
Featuring Bishop Robert Deeley & Suzanne Lafreniere (Catholic Diocese of Portland), Rev. Jane Field (Maine Council of Churches), Rabbi Carolyn Braun (Temple Beth El), and Councilman Pious Ali.
Watch the live stream on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/SJCCFS/posts/183404650010257.
Sponsored by the Saint Joseph’s College Center for Faith and Spirituality.