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The new birth is a deep, inward, radical change, brought about by the Holy Spirit in our human personality by which we receive a new heart and a new life and become a new creation. (John Stott, The Radical Disciple, p. 86)

Dear Friends,

The Anglican Mission in Maine is  partnering with the Maine Military Community Network (MMCN) with a shared committment to serving families and veterans. Our community effort is to understand, prevent, and help address the challenges faced by current and former military members and their families, as well as their communities. Together, we work to raise awareness about:

  • Challenges faced by service members and their families
  • Resources that exist to help them
  • How we can help connect service members and their families to their Maine communities

Please “contact" us in the tab above for more information.

“The reality of suffering is ever before our eyes and often in the body, soul and heart of each of us. Pain has always been a great riddle of human existence. However, ever since Jesus redeemed the world by His passion and death, a new perspective has been opened: through suffering one can grow in self-giving and attain the highest degree of love because of Him who “loved us and gave himself up for us.” 

(Blessed John Paul II, The reality of suffering, Lessons for Living, p. 91)

Anglican Mission in Maine, Augusta, Maine  Phone : 207.350.5221