We Part Ways Physically, But Not in Spirit

June 17, 2022
Cathedral Church of St. Luke

For everything, there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven: … a time to plant, and a time to pluck up what is planted; … a time to weep, and a […]

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A Letter from The Right Reverend Thomas J. Brown

June 16, 2022
Cathedral Church of St. Luke

Dear Cathedral Family, Not being able to be with you last Sunday was a big loss. I’m especially sorry for those who were going to be confirmed or received. Please know that the Dean and […]

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Food Pantry Seeks Volunteers and Food Dontations

June 15, 2022
Cathedral Church of St. Luke

The Food Pantry is in need of oil, flour, dried or canned pinto, kidney, or black beans. Donations can be dropped off Sunday or left inside the lower entrance. Additionally, the food pantry will be […]

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Seeking Volunteers to Assist with Transportation

June 15, 2022
Cathedral Church of St. Luke

Our community needs volunteers to assist with the transportation of food and people regularly: Monday to Saturday daily food pick-ups: 12:30 pm (lunch) and 5:30 pm (dinner). If you are interested, you can sign up […]

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Great Replacement and Replacement Theory: What These Terms Mean

June 15, 2022
Cathedral Church of St. Luke

In the wake of the Buffalo tragedy, the terms the ‘Great Replacement’ and ‘Replacement Theory’ have been surfacing in the news, frequently by some political pundits such as Tucker Carlson, while also including some rhetoric […]

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Providing Funds for Basic Commodities in Haiti

June 15, 2022
Haiti-Maine Partnership

Many people have seen the in-depth article in the New York Times about the hidden history of Haiti’s misery. This remarkable piece of research makes it clear why we and many other groups are doing […]

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Trinity Sunday: A Metaphor for Understanding

June 9, 2022
Cathedral Church of St. Luke

by Dean Ben Shambaugh This coming Sunday is Trinity Sunday. With the Ascension of Jesus and coming of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost, the Godhead is complete and we are about to enter the long […]

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Special Thanks to Interim Music Director Harold Stover!

May 15, 2022
Harold Stover

We offer our deepest gratitude to Harold Stover for sharing his gifts as Music Director following Albert’s retirement. We look forward to welcoming Ray Cornils, who will take on the interim role in the coming […]

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Meet Avery Schott, St. Luke’s New Parish Administrator

May 5, 2022
Avery Schott

We are pleased to announce that Avery Schott will be the next Parish Administrator for the Cathedral Church of St. Luke.  An enthusiastic and experienced young professional with degrees in Music and Peace and Conflict […]

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Family Promise Seeks Two Toddler Car Seats

May 1, 2022
Greater Portland Family Promise

Family Promise is looking for two toddler car seats with backs in good condition for our St. Luke’s “adopted” graduate family.  We would like to take the family on an outing now that the weather is […]

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