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Saturday, September 30
9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Saint Joseph’s College Campus
Tuesday, Sept.26, 2023
9:00 am – 12:30 pm
Caribou Performing Arts Center
“Together With Pride”
MCC Board member and Episcopal rep, Bonny Rodden, and MCC President, Alyssa Lodewick along with members of Maine Unitarian Universalist State Advocacy Network – MUUSAN
Whether you read the print edition that arrives in your mailbox, or the digital version available through the link, you’ll see that we let our work speak for itself through our newsletter. The articles tell the story better than any fundraising appeal ever could: the Maine Council of Churches makes a difference—in the life of our congregations, in the lives of people of faith and good will, and in the lives of our most vulnerable neighbors who need trusted allies and advocates to stand with them for justice, compassion and peace.
“This morning, during chore time, the student who was responsible for feeding the gerbils noticed that Whitey [I kid you not, so help me God, the classroom gerbils were named Whitey and Blackie!] …the child noticed that Whitey wasn’t moving around in his cage.
Last Thursday, hundreds of people came to the State House in Augusta for an historic event: the Chiefs of the Wabanaki tribes delivered the first State of the Tribes address in more than 20 years. They spoke to a joint session of the Maine State House of Representatives and Senate and their honored guests. Click HERE to watch the video recording.
The conversation Jesus of Nazareth has with the Samaritan woman at the well (John 4:5-42) is the longest dialogue he has with anyone in any of the gospels—longer than those he has with his disciples, or with his accusers, or even with his own family members.
The assigned text for the third Sunday of Lent this year, the story of this conversation
In our faith communities this March, let’s celebrate the women who tell our stories, including women preachers.
In Maine’s history, one of the woman preacher-storytellers whose story could be celebrated in your church or meeting this month is Rev. Margaret K. Henrichsen. She was a young widow who, in the 1940’s, came to Maine to serve
Imagine inviting God to slow you down and teach you how to rest this Lenten season. I wonder how this invitation might shape your discipline and practice in surprising ways.