MCC Blog December 9, 2016

  MAY YOUR DAYS BE MERRY AND BRIGHT 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… Read More

MCC Blog November 17, 2016

In a call for peace, the Maine Council of Churches and veterans’ organizations in Maine are asking churches throughout Maine to ring their bells for two minutes at 11 a.m. on Nov. 11. The following is the speech… Read More

MCC Blog October 24, 2016

October 21, 2016 Dear Friends: On Thursday, October 20, we were thrilled to host a statewide event, “From Mudslinging to Mutual  Respect: How To Make Politics More Civil,” featuring Senator George Mitchell.  We welcomed nearly 200 people from… Read More

Candidates Pledge to be Civil

Click here to see a list of Candidates who pledge to be civil.

Guest Blog: Using God’s Gift of Light

Guest blog post by MCC summer intern and recent Colby College graduate, Lucy Hadley, on solar energy.

Rainbows, God’s Fingerprints and Miracles

Rev. Jane Field reflects on the miracles witnessed by those who attended an Augusta vigil to remember the victims of gun violence in Orlando.

We Know That Prayers Alone Are Not Enough

“We know that prayers alone are not enough.” A statement about the Orlando shootings from MCC Executive Director, Rev. Jane Field.

“Their Souls Speak To Us”

A Memorial Day blog from our Executive Director, Rev. Jane Field

Prayer for A Political Convention

MCC’s Executive Director, Rev. Jane Field, was invited to offer the opening prayer at the Maine Democratic Convention on Friday, May 6.

Meeting Hatred With A Question

In her latest blog post, Executive Director Rev. Jane Field comments on the need for civil discourse in politics, now more than ever.