August update for congregations in transition

Here’s an update on Maine congregations in transition from Vicki Wiederkehr, Canon for Formation and Transition Ministry.

St. Michael’s, Auburn:  The Rev. Jim Low, Transition Priest in Charge

St. Mark’s, Augusta:    Vestry interviewing for Transition Priest in Charge.

St. Saviour’s, Bar Harbor:  The Rev. Jonathan Appleyard has announced his retirement effective October 2011.

St. Columba’s, Boothbay Harbor:  The Rev. John Ineson providing regular Sunday supply.  Congregational profile under development.

St. Patrick’s, Brewer*: A call has been made and a letter of agreement is in process

St. Peter’s, Bridgton:  The Rev. Craig Hacker called as Rector.

St. Paul’s, Brunswick:  The Rev. Dan Warren retired on July 31.

St. Anne’s, Calais:  Sunday supply.

St. Alban’s, Cape Elizabeth:  The Rev. Timothy Boggs called as Rector effective  September 7.

St. Mary’s, Falmouth:  The Rev. Barb Schmitz, Transition Priest in Charge

Good Shepherd, Houlton:  The Rev. Ginny Urbanek called as Priest in Charge

St. Andrew’s, Millinocket:  The Rev. Amelia Hagen is serving through the end of August

St. James’, Old Town*:  A call has been made and a letter of agreement is in process.

Christ Church, Norway:  The Rev. Anne Stanley has announced her retirement effective October 2.

St. Peter’s, Portland:  The Rev. Larry Weeks serving as Priest in Charge with supply clergy currently serving.  The Rev. Weeks is also Rector at Trinity, Portland.

St. Nicholas’, Scarborough:  The Rev. David S. Heald called as Priest in Charge effective August 29th

St. Mark’s, Waterville:  The Rev. John Balicki called as Rector effective August 22.

St. Thomas’, Winn:  The Rev. Amelia Hagen is serving through the end of August

St. Philip’s, Wiscasset and Grace Church, Bath:  The Rev. Heather Blais, Assistant Priest.  The Rev. Michael  Ambler, serves both as Rector of Grace Church and Priest in Charge of St. Philip’s.

*St. Patrick’s, Brewer, and St. James’, Old Town have made a joint call for a full-time position.

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One response to “August update for congregations in transition

  1. Carol Huntington

    wow!
    thank you.
    a lot of work.