• Community Matters More

    Bangor Savings Bank is holding its annual Community Matters More initiative during the month of February  It is easy to vote.  Here’s all you have to do to help us win in the write-in category for Cumberland County. Use the link above to vote online today, or vote in person by stopping …

  • Greater Portland Family Promise

    What is it? It is an affiliate of the national Family Promise program, aiming to address the needs of families facing homelessness in the Greater Portland area.  There are 200 Family Promise Affiliates and 6,000 congregations participating nationwide in 41 states. What do they do? Through an interfaith network and …

Film: Luther & the Reformation

** Postponed due to Winter Storm Orson.  New date to be announced.** Join us for food, fellowship and film!  Sunday, February 12th, after the 10:30 am service. Soup, bread and dessert will be provided as we watch a  newly released DVD:  Rick Steves’ Luther and the Reformation. You may have …

Called to Transition

Glorious! That is what I think of when I see the work you as a congregation have done in the past year! The waiting, the worshipping, the questioning, the discerning! Also the welcoming! The  welcoming of new members and new worshippers, and especially, the welcoming of me as your interim …

A New Day

Our Ministry Site Profile (MSP) has been submitted to the Bishop’s office (or will be very shortly).  So, the MSP phase of our transition is complete!  The document will be used to guide the Synod in locating candidates capable of serving as our new pastor. Thank you to everyone who …

Signs of Reformation

The most enduring symbol of the Reformation is the seal that Martin Luther himself designed.  By the early 1520s, this seal begins …

Christ Be Our Light

Welcome to the season of Epiphany, where we celebrate the Christ who shines in the darkness, Christ who is our saving light. Where do you see the light of Christ shining in the world around you? How are you sharing the light?

Earl Winfield “Windy” Noyes, Jr.

We often tell others to “count your blessings,” but how many of us actually follow such advice ourselves? “Windy” (Earle Winfield) Noyes …

Light in the Darkness

The season of Epiphany emphasizes the light of Christ to the world and the revelation of God in Christ to us. We will hear the Bible readings emphasize Christ, baptism, discipleship, and light. In past ages of the church’s history, this season was often used as a time to give to mission work throughout the world.