Many thanks to Ken Pooley for sharing several photos contained in the profile. Photo credit to Hannah McGhee/Twin Villages Foodbank Farm for the photo of St. Philip’s, Wiscasset, volunteers packing fresh veggies for their food pantry.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The Episcopal Diocese of Maine
143 State Street
Portland, Maine 04101
Contacts: The Rev. John Balicki, Chair, Discernment Committee email@example.com
Heidi Shott, Canon for Communication and Advocacy
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Nominations now accepted for the Tenth Bishop of Maine
[MAINE], May 3, 2018 – The Discernment Committee for the Tenth Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Maine today released the diocesan profile and announced that nominations and applications for the position are now being accepted. Self-nominations are welcome.
The profile, nomination form, and application form may be found online at www.bishopquest.me. All forms and required attachments must be submitted electronically. Nominations will be accepted until Wednesday, May 30, 2018, and applications must be submitted on or before Monday, June 4, 2018.
Visit www.bishopquest.me for news and updates throughout the Episcopal transition process.
The Episcopal Diocese of Maine, established in 1820, is made up of 59 year-round congregations, 18 summer chapels, and many ministries across the state. It is part of The Episcopal Church and the worldwide Anglican Communion.
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