The Diocese of Maine on the Episcopal Church Asset Map
The Episcopal Asset Map is a joint project of The Episcopal Church and Episcopal Relief & Development. We recognize that the individuals, churches, and institutions of The Episcopal Church represent an abundance of gifts and this platform looks to highlight and connect these stories into one searchable site. The value of the map depends on the ongoing participation and interest of individuals, congregations and diocesan coordinators around the country. Without local participation, the map would remain a set of empty pins, a tapestry with all warp and no weft.
We encourage you to take a look around. The map (please see the embedded map above or visit www.episcopalassetmap.org ) is a powerful tool that allows you to see not only what is happening around your diocese, but also what is going on in neighboring dioceses and around the Church. The map can help you build networks with people interested and involved in similar ministries so you can share ideas and strategies, or it can be a jumping off point for entirely new directions. In times of disaster or emergency, the map will serve as a framework for assessment and response, showing a disaster’s impact and how local bodies are responding. At all times, the map can serve as a platform to connect and inspire.
The success of this map depends on you. As you explore the map, please take a moment to find your church or institution. If you believe the information found there is incomplete or inaccurate, you can fill out the survey found by clicking on the “Take the Survey” text link at the top of the page for your facility. Once a Diocesan Map Administrator has approved suggested changes, they will appear on the updated map. We thank you for your help in opening the work and gifts of The Episcopal Church to the world.
Share your church ministries in 6 easy steps:
Print and read these helpful guidelines to get started
Find your church pin on the map below
Click your church name
Click “Take the Survey”
Answer the questions
A Diocesan Map Administrator will review your submission (to make sure it’s actually from someone at your parish) and publish your content.