Faith in Maine
Resurrection and The Body

Resurrection and The Body

April 12, 2021

Enjoy a sermon preached by the Right Reverend Thomas J. Brown, tenth bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Maine, for the Second Sunday of Easter, April 11, 2021. 

Music:

Feeling Happiness by DPmusic and Our Inspiration by MediaM. Licensed through MelodyLoops #85999536

 

The Way of Love: TURN. An Interview with Bishop Brown

The Way of Love: TURN. An Interview with Bishop Brown

March 22, 2021

In this episode of Faith in Maine, we focus on the first practice in the Way of Love, the practice of turning towards Jesus. We interview Bishop Brown, the Bishop of Maine, and learn how he finds time each day to focus on Jesus, and what the practice of turning means to him. 

Music:

Our Inspiration by MediaM and Alpine Meadows by SnowMusicStudio. Licensed through MelodyLoops #85999536136

The Way of Love, A Modern Rule of Life

The Way of Love, A Modern Rule of Life

March 8, 2021

When you hear the phrase, “Rule of Life” in the context of living a Christian life, what do you think of?

In this episode we discuss a brief history of a rule of life, its relevance for today, and introduce our Way of Love podcast series.

Music:

Our Inspiration by MediaM and Alpine Meadows by SnowMusicStudio. Licensed through MelodyLoops #85999536136

Blessed Absalom Jones

Blessed Absalom Jones

February 15, 2021

Enjoy a sermon preached by Yvonne O'Neal on February 14th, 2021 for the Episcopal Diocese of Maine online worship service honoring the Reverend Absalom Jones. The Rev. Absalom Jones was the first African American to be ordained as a priest in the Episcopal Church of the United States (ordained 1802).   

 

About Yvonne O'Neal:

Yvonne O’Neal is committed to social justice and human rights advocacy and has found a platform on One Boat: International Chaplaincy for Covid Times. Yvonne is serving her first term on the Board of Trustees of the Church Pension Fund and The Church Club of New York. She is the Lay Representative to Province II Council and chair of the New York Deputation to the 79th and 80th General Convention.

A member of the Standing Committee of the Diocese of New York, she serves on the Task Force Against Human Trafficking and the Task Force on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault. She chaired the Companion Diocese Committee for nine years and the Global Mission Commission for six.  Yvonne has served on the board of Episcopal Church Women and on Diocesan Council. She was a member of the Advisory Council of the Anglican Communion Office at the United Nations.
 She is a member of the NGO Committee to Stop Trafficking in Persons and the Executive Committee of NGO CSW/NY. A devoted layperson, she has been involved with practically every facet of life at the Church of the Holy Trinity, where she served various vestry terms and is a warden. At the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine, Yvonne is a Verger and officiates at Morning Prayer on Fridays.

Yvonne has extensive experience as a financial consultant and holds various professional designations. She holds M.A. and B.S. degrees. Yvonne completed the Women’s Leadership Institute at Hartford Seminary and received the Education for Ministry (EfM) certificate from the School of Theology, The University of the South.

Music:

Our Inspiration by MediaM and Alpine Meadows by SnowMusicStudio. Licensed through MelodyLoops #85999536136

Speak Lord, For Your Servants Are Listening

Speak Lord, For Your Servants Are Listening

January 18, 2021

Enjoy a sermon preached by the Right Reverend Thomas J. Brown, tenth bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Maine, for the Second Sunday after the Epiphany, January 17, 2021.

Music:

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

Advent Moments and the Bishop’s Christmas Message

Advent Moments and the Bishop’s Christmas Message

December 28, 2020

This week's advent moments are shared by:

The Rev. Carolyn Eklund, Rector of the St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Brunswick 
The Rev. Tim Higgins, Rector of St. Ann's Episcopal Church in Windham 
The Rev. Peter Jenks, Rector of The Episcopal Church of St. John Baptist in Thomaston 

And finally, you will hear Bishop Thomas J. Brown's Christmas address  

We hope you have enjoyed these Advent moments, and we wish you a Merry Christmas! 

Music:  'Follow Your Star' by Audiocalm, licensed through MelodyLoops #51649998778 and 'Our Inspiration' by MediaM, licensed through MelodyLoops #85999536136

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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  

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

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

Music: Follow Your Star by Audiocalm and Our Inspiration by MediaM. Licensed through MelodyLoops #85999536136

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.

Music: Follow Your Star by Audiocalm and Our Inspiration by MediaM. Licensed through MelodyLoops #85999536136

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:

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

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