Our mission is to nurture spiritual growth, engage in justice, and love joyfully, without limits
We are a caring spiritual community of adults and children in the heart of Maine's beautiful Midcoast region, freely gathered to nurture the life of the spirit. We strive to stand as a beacon on a liberal religious path, to challenge one another in the search for truth and beauty, to embrace diversity, to advance peace with justice, and to celebrate life with joy.
If you are looking for a loving, spiritual community where you can be inspired and encouraged as you search for your own truth and meaning, please join us. We meet every Sunday morning at 10:30 in downtown Damariscotta, Maine at the Skidompha Public Library, Elm Street entrance.
For the foreseeable future, our Fellowship will continue holding Sunday Services via Zoom video conferencing. Many of you have attended one of the Zoom services we’ve already held, so you know it’s fairly simple.
Services aren’t exactly like our services in Porter Hall, but then … read more.
This was to have been the spring of trips to Maryland and Virginia to see family, to Costa Rica with Road Scholar, and New Hampshire to teach a course on Thoreau. Now my calendar, like yours, looks like the redacted Mueller Report.
I still need to get out, to explore, to discover new places, to plot and plan and anticipate new surroundings. But in this brave new world, that does not seem very likely. But wait! What did Thoreau say? Continued ...
Gift Card Scammers Targeting Congregations
In carefully targeted scams, email, text messages, etc. of any kind, designed to look like they were sent by Rev. Erika, ask members for gift cards.
To be clear, no legitimate minister, including Rev. Erika, will EVER do this!
For more information, contact Susan Borg at . Join the fun!
Snow Cancellation Policy
Fellowship cancellations will be posted on our Facebook page and website. We will notify the Portland television news channels if there is no worship service. Please check these official channels rather than calling our minister to ask whether worship is happening.