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Congregations in Transition: (Almost) Spring 2014

Canon for Transition and Leadership Development Vicki Wiederkehr offers this brief listing of the status of all congregations in transition.

St. Mark’s, Augusta
Canon Vicki Wiederkehr, Lay Pastoral Administrator

St. Margaret’s, Belfast
The Rev. Martha Kirkpatrick’s Service of Leavetaking June 1. She leaves to become rector of St. Barnabas’, Wilmington, Delaware.

St. Patrick’s, Brewer
The Rev. Ann Kidder’s Service of Leavetaking March 27.

St. John’s, Brownville Junction
The Rev. Nancy Moore’s Service of Leavetaking April 27.

St. Anne’s, Calais
The Rev. Jenny Reece’s Service of Leavetaking April 27.

Trinity, Castine 
The Rev. Peg Thomas’ Service of Leavetaking April 27.

St. Augustine’s, Dover-Foxcroft
The Rev. Nancy Moore’s Service of Leavetaking April 27.

Christ Church, Gardiner
The Rev. George Lambert, Priest in Charge

Church of Our Father, Hulls Cove
Supply transition clergy.  Receiving names through March 30.

St. Aidan’s, Machias
Supply clergy.  Priest in Charge Letter of Agreement pending.

St. Mary and St. Jude, Northeast Harbor
The Rev. Jane Cornman called as Rector.

Christ Church, Norway   
The Rev. Elizabeth Miller, Transition Priest in Charge.
Vestry has called the Rev. Nancy Moore as Priest in Charge in collaboration with Trinity Lutheran Church, South Paris. Letters of Agreement in process.

St. James’, Old Town
The Rev. Dick Johnson, Priest in Charge

St. Peter’s, Rockland 
The Rev. John Van Siclen, Transition Priest in Charge.  Vestry developing congregational profile.

St. Barnabas, Rumford
Supply clergy.  Letter of Agreement for Priest in Charge pending.

St. Thomas, Winn
The Rev. Lev Sherman’s Service of Leavetaking April 13.

St. Andrew’s, Winthrop 
The Rev. Jim Gill, Pastoral Vicar

St. Philip’s, Wiscasset
Supply Clergy

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One response to “Congregations in Transition: (Almost) Spring 2014”

  1. Nancy Moore says:

    APRIL 27! I’ll be leaving Piscataquis County on April 27.

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