Serving the Boothbay Region


Come as you are, for God’s embrace is wide.

A warm welcome to you. We are delighted that you are here.

Attention Podcast Listeners!
Although we have not produced any new podcasts for quite some time, it seems that there are many people listening on a weekly basis to the original podcasts that we produced last year. So in order to simplify the listening experience here on our website (as well as migrate the podcast to a more suitable hosting platform), I am providing a single link that you can click to access ALL of our past podcasts.

Click HERE to access the new St. Columba’s Episcopal Church Podcast page! ENJOY!

The Second Sunday After Pentecost – June 6, 2021

The First Sunday After Pentecost – Trinity Sunday – May 30, 2021

The Day of Pentecost Whitsunday – May 23, 2021

The Seventh Sunday of Easter and Ascension Sunday – May 16, 2021

The Sixth Sunday of Easter – May 9, 2021

The Fifth Sunday of Easter – May 2, 2021

The Fourth Sunday of Easter – April 25, 2021

The Third Sunday of Easter – April 18, 2021

The Second Sunday of Easter – April 11, 2021

Good Friday – April 2, 2021

Palm Sunday – March 28, 2021

The Fifth Sunday in Lent – March 21, 2021

The Fourth Sunday in Lent – March 14, 2021

The Third Sunday in Lent – March 7, 2021

The Second Sunday in Lent – February 28, 2021

The First Sunday in Lent – February 21, 2021

The Last After the Epiphany – February 14, 2021

Fifth Sunday After the Epiphany – February 7, 2021

Fourth Sunday After the Epiphany – January 31, 2021

Third Sunday After the Epiphany – January 24, 2021

Second Sunday After the Epiphany – January 17, 2021

First Sunday After the Epiphany – January 10, 2021

CHRISTMAS II – Lessons and Carols – January 3, 2021

Good King Wenceslas

The week leading up to Christmas is typically a very busy one for Sophia and I as we prepare special music for the Christmas Eve Service at St. Columba’s. But this year is not typical of course, and we are so sad that we can’t share this in person with our St.C’s family. However, we wanted to make sure we did our best to stay connected and share good tidings with one and all this holiday season! This song is written from Mary’s perspective and Sophia and I both knew from the moment we heard it that this was the music we wanted to perform this year. So from our family to all our dear friends at St. Columba’s who we are missing so much this Christmas Eve, please enjoy our rendition of You’re Here.
XOXO – Guy, Cherie, Sophia and Justus

CHRISTMAS DAY – December 25, 2020

CHRISTMAS EVE – December 24, 2020

Celtic Evening Prayer – ADVENT 4 – December 20, 2020

Celtic Evening Prayer – ADVENT 3 – December 13, 2020

Happy Thanksgiving!
Celtic Evening Prayer – THANKSGIVING – November 26, 2020

Presiding Bishop Michael Bruce Curry’s Sermon from Holding Out For Hope – November 1, 2020

November 1, 2020: 11am Sunday Worship Service at Washington National Cathedral

Bishop Michael Curry Invites Election Prayers

A Special Service for the 201st Convention of the Episcopal Diocese of Maine The Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost – Sunday, October 11, 2020
Service Bulletin

Bishop of Maine’s Annual Address – 201st Annual Diocesan Convention

Special Electing Convention of the Episcopal Diocese of Maine

The Episcopal Diocese of Maine
Sunday, October 11, 2020

Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost Service in Honor of Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Rev Brad Hauff Sermon for October 11, 2020

Introduction to the Maine-Wabanaki: gkisedtanamoogk at TEDxDirigo

A Four-Fold Blessing | Igniter Media | Church Video

A Service of Holy Eucharist for September 27, 2020– St. Michael and All Angels
September 27, 2020 – Worship-Bulletin

Bishop Brown’s Sermon for September 27, 2020

Bishop Brown’s Sermon from the Service for the Twelfth Sunday After Pentecost

Virtual Sermon: GOD’S GOT YOU – August 9, 2020

Summertime Stories by Doris Feyling: Little Red Riding Hood

Virtual Sermon: On the Shores of Compassion – August 2, 2020

Summertime Stories by Doris Feyling: Roly Poly Rice Ball

The Bishop’s Sermon for the Eighth Sunday After Pentecost – The Episcopal Diocese of Maine

Virtual Sermon: Planting the Seeds for the Kingdom of God on Earth

Virtual Sermon: Planting the Seeds for the Kingdom of God on Earth

Summertime Stories by Doris Feyling: Three Strong Women

The Bishop’s Sermon for the Fourth Sunday After Pentecost – The Episcopal Diocese of Maine

Bishop Thomas Brown First Anniversary video

Online Sunday Morning Prayers All Saint’s Chapel – Southport. June 21, 2020
The Rev. Maria Hoecker, presiding
Jay Zoller, Organist

The Right Reverend Thomas J. Brown, the tenth bishop of Maine shares a statement regarding racial justice and the Episcopal Church in Maine.

Click here for a transcript.
Click here for further racial justice and reconciliation resources.

National Day of Mourning, June 1, 2020

Happy Easter everyone! Sadly, we were not able to perform this for our St. Columba’s family this year. Hoping this provides hope and some comfort to all. -Guy

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