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Church Legacy Research:

Are you interested in researching your church history in regards to racial injustice and racial justice? A group, sponsored by the Racial Justice Council, has begun to share resources and information regarding our common legacy in the Episcopal Diocese of Maine. They are are looking into the financial sources that established our churches and the diocese of Maine. Topics include: erasing the culture of Native Peoples, Triangle Trade, and participation in social justice movements. If you have information or are interested in sharing sources please contact Sarah Dowling.
 

Worship:

 

Resources:

 

Contact:

The Rev. Katie Holicky, St. Paul's Brunswick, she/her, a white person in the Abenaki Territory
 

Members:

Kim Napolitano-Perry, Christ Church, Norway, she/her, a white person in the Abenaki Territory
The Rev. Lauren Kay, they/them, St. George's Sanford, a white person in Abenaki territory
The Rev. Carol L. Huntington,  Retired Deacon, Grace Church, Bath, she/her, an Anglo white person living in the Abenaki Territory, Wabanaki Confederacy on the shores of the Kinipek
Diane Potter, Emmanuel Lutheran Episcopal Church, she/her, European American, white person in Wabanaki Territory
Ted Potter, Emmanuel Lutheran Episcopal Church, he/him, EuropeanAmerican, white person in Wabanaki Territory
Thurl Headen, The Cathedral Church of Saint Luke, he/him/they, black person in the Abenaki Territory (Wabanaki)
The Rev. Cn. Eleanor Prior, (she/they), I am a white person living in Wabanaki Territory
The Rev. Katie Holicky, St. Paul's Brunswick, she/her, a white person in the Abenaki Territory
John Hennesy, he/him, white person living in the Abenaki Territory (Wabanaki)  
Tom Van Buren, he/him, St. Brendan’s  
 

Staff Liaison:

Emily Keniston, Director of Faith Formation

 
 
 
  
 

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