Faith in Maine
More Moments to Reflect on Advent

More Moments to Reflect on Advent

December 21, 2020

This week's advent moments are shared by

  • The Rev. Nathan Ferrell, Rector of the Episcopal Church of St Mary the Virgin in Falmouth
  • The Rev. Kerry Mansir, Rector of Christ Church, Gardiner 
  • The Rev. Stephanie Batterman, Deacon at Grace Church in Bath
  • The Rev. Tim Walmer, Priest-in-Charge of St. Barnabas in Rumford 
  • The Rev. Cn. Nancy Moore, Rector of Christ Church in Norway  

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Advent Reflections from Around Maine

Advent Reflections from Around Maine

December 14, 2020

This week, we have more Advent moments from:  

  • The Rev. John Balicki, Rector of St. Mark’s in Waterville, who asks what kind of comfort we need in this season of Advent and pandemic
  • The Rev. Rob Laite, Deacon at St. John Baptist in Thomaston, who reminds us that hope is a light that never fails
  • Kristen Burkholder of St. Margaret’s in Belfast encourages us to look for all of the good things that God is doing for us this Advent
  • The Rev. Andrew D'Angio White, Rector of St. David’s in Kennebunk, who tells us that in this year of waiting and hoping, the season of Advent promises us a greater hope

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Advent Moments

Advent Moments

December 7, 2020

Welcome, podcast listeners, to the Advent season! This week's Advent moments are shared by: 

The Rev. Canon Lisa Smith Fry Rector, St. Thomas's Episcopal Church in Camden, Maine. and The Very Rev. Dr. Benjamin Shambaugh, Dean, The Cathedral Church of St. Luke, Portland. Reverend Canon Fry reminds us to look for the little things, because God is everywhere. Dean Shambaugh reminds  us to look for the light of Advent in the wilderness.

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Keep Awake

Keep Awake

December 2, 2020

Enjoy a sermon preached by the Right Reverend Thomas J. Brown, tenth bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Maine, for the First Sunday of Advent, 29 November 2020.

Music:

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Christ the King

Christ the King

November 25, 2020

Christ the King

Enjoy a sermon preached by the Right Reverend Thomas J. Brown, tenth bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Maine, for the Feast of Christ the King, 22 November 2020.

Music:

Feeling Happiness by DPmusic and Our Inspiration by MediaM. Licensed through MelodyLoops #85999536136

The Bishop’s Address to the Diocesan Convention

The Bishop’s Address to the Diocesan Convention

October 19, 2020

Enjoy Bishop Thomas J. Brown's address to the 201st Diocesan Convention of the Episcopal Diocese of Maine, 18 October 2020.

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Angels and Pandemics

Angels and Pandemics

September 30, 2020

Enjoy a sermon preached by the Right Reverend Thomas J. Brown, tenth bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Maine, for the Feat of St. Michael and All Angels (transferred), 27 September 2020.

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Ancient Wisdom and Contemporary Reality

Ancient Wisdom and Contemporary Reality

August 27, 2020

Enjoy a sermon preached by the Right Reverend Thomas J. Brown, tenth bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Maine, for the Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost, 23 August 2020.

Music:

Feeling Happiness by DPmusic and Our Inspiration by MediaM. Licensed through MelodyLoops #85999536136

The Resurrection of the Body and the Life of the World to Come. Episode 8 in Seeking the Gift of Hope Series

The Resurrection of the Body and the Life of the World to Come. Episode 8 in Seeking the Gift of Hope Series

August 3, 2020

As we conclude our eight-episode series on the theme of hope, we again welcome Rev. Martin Smith. This week, Rev. Smith explores hope and the concluding affirmation of the Apostle’s Creed: "The Resurrection of the Body, and the Life of the World to Come." The resurrection of the body is a deliberately extreme expression, to suggest an extreme hope in God’s extreme love. That love does not merely connect with part of our humanity, discarding the rest. It embraces our entire embodiment, the fabric of our whole selves and the network of relationships in which we both suffer and flourish.  

 

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The Kingdom of Heaven is Like…

The Kingdom of Heaven is Like…

July 30, 2020

Enjoy a sermon preached by the Right Reverend Thomas J. Brown, tenth bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Maine, for the Eighth Sunday after Pentecost, 26 July 2020.

Music:

Feeling Happiness by DPmusic and Our Inspiration by MediaM. Licensed through MelodyLoops #85999536136

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