Special Message from Standing Committee President Rev. Maria Hoecker On Wednesday, May 1, with the flourishes of a couple of pens, gift-giving, and joyous smiles all around, we officially welcomed Bishop-Elect Thomas James Brown and his husband, Rev. Thomas Mousin to the Episcopal Diocese of Maine! As part of our […]
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[Episcopal News Service, April 11, 2019] The Episcopal Diocese of Maine has received notification from Presiding Bishop and Primate Michael B. Curry and Registrar of General Convention, the Rev. Canon Michael Barlowe, that Bishop-Elect Thomas James Brown has received the required majority of consents in the canonical consent process detailed […]
Today, Presiding Bishop Michael J. Curry announced that a majority of the bishops with jurisdiction and a majority of diocesan standing committees of The Episcopal Church have consented to the election of the Rev. Thomas J. Brown as the Tenth Bishop of Maine. In The Episcopal Church, a bishop is […]
Feb. 9, 2019 The Rev. Thomas James Brown was elected to become the 10th Bishop of the Diocese of Maine at a Special Electing Convention in Bangor on February 9, 2019. One of five nominees, Rev. Brown, is currently serving as Rector of the Parish of the Epiphany in Winchester, […]
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The Bishop 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 are now live. All forms and required attachments must […]
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The Discernment Committee has completed its final draft of the diocesan profile, and it will be under design for much of April. We intend to have the profile available in early May. We will receive nominations for the Tenth Bishop of Maine through the end of May. Please prayerfully consider […]
On December 1 and 2, the newly-appointed Discernment and Transition Committees met with the Standing Committee, the Episcopal Church Consultant, and their chaplain, the Rev. Nancy Moore of Christ Church, Norway.