May 8, 2018
Christ Episcopal Church has perched on the edge of the town common in Gardiner, Maine, for more than 200 years. More than a classic New England landmark, the church is home to people who share a warm sense of belonging and welcome that reaches beyond its churchyard.
Pictured: With two native Kentuckians for clergy, Christ Church celebrates Derby Day with fancy hats and derby pie.
Music written and performed by a hospital administrator from the midcoast.
April 16, 2018
In which we talk with Mike Douglass, executive director of Bishopswood, our diocesan camp in Hope, about what it means to build an unplugged community and offer connection to kids - and increasingly adults - amid the natural beauty of Maine's midcoast. Check it out at www.bishopswood.org.
Pictured: Campers being campers Bishopswood.
Music written and performed by the host's college boyfriend.
Mike with his wife, Hanna Billington
April 12, 2018
Volunteers at St. Elizabeth Jubilee Center, an essentials pantry at St. Luke's Cathedral in downtown Portland sponsored by eight Episcopal congregations in Greater Portland, talk about the gifts given and the gifts received each Tuesday morning.
Pictured: Young volunteers from Falmouth Elementary School arrange scarves for the neighbors.
Music written and performed by Scott Shott
March 28, 2018
Mudseason in Maine. Love it? Hate it? The people of Loring House, the offices of the Episcopal Church in Maine, have strong feelings about it.
Pictured: Tom Sumner, Assistant for Finance and Insurance, at work in his cozy office overlooking St. Luke's Cathedral in Portland, Maine.
Pretty Planet by Tom Chapin & John Forster