The Episcopal Asset Map
New! The Episcopal Asset Map: A great tool for the church
The newly launched Episcopal Asset Map is meant to connect people across The Episcopal Church and our partners to promote the sharing of ideas and information about ministries and programs.
Developed by the US Disaster Program at Episcopal Relief & Development and the Office of Justice and Advocacy Ministries, the value of the map depends on the ongoing participation and interest of individuals and congregations around the country.
Please visit the map at the link above and take a look around. It’s a powerful tool that allows you to see not only what is happening around this diocese, but also what is going on in neighboring dioceses and around the country. The map can help us build networks with people interested and involved in similar ministries so we can share ideas and strategies, or it can be a jumping off point for entirely new directions.
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 church or organization. There is also a place on the survey to share your stories of ministry through pictures and video. One the diocesan administrator approves your changes, they will pop up on the screen.
If you have any questions about posting information about your congregation or ministry, please be in touch with Elizabeth Ring, the map administrator for the Episcopal Diocese of Maine at
Here’s a short, engaging video that captures how the Asset Map works and how you can use it.