Brackett Memorial United Methodist Church
Fifth Maine Regiment Museum
Friends of TEIA
Peaks Environmental Action Team
Peat meets at 6:30 p.m. on the first Monday of every month at 25 Crescent Avenue. We announce meetings and meeting changes in the Star, Carol’s List, and Next Door Peaks Island.
Peaks Information Exchange
PIE assists any organization with collecting, analyzing, presenting, distributing, and storing information. PIE facilitates inter-organizational collaboration on projects. PIE offers to warehouse information digitally.
Peaks Island Food Pantry
Peaks Island Health Center
The mission of the Peaks Island Health Center is “to facilitate and support the delivery
of health services on Peaks Island for island residents and visitors.” It’s available to all
patients who choose its services providing preventive and ongoing medical care,
especially for those most at risk: elders, people with disabilities and children. It is an
IRS non-profit, 501 c 3 organization whose board provides the clinic facility and
Cnancial and practical support for an independently practicing provider, Maine Medical
Partners Family Medicine. The support takes multiple forms including contracting with
the provider for use of the facility, providing public information and marketing services
to maximize awareness and use of the health center, fundraising for special capital and
project needs and sponsoring health education events throughout the year.
Peaks Island Music Association
St. Christopher’s Church
The Very Reverend Gregory P. Dube was appointed Rector of the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Portland and Pastor of the other Portland Peninsula & Island Parishes (Sacred Heart/St. Dominic Parish, Portland; St. Louis Parish, Portland; St. Peter Parish, Portland; and St. Christopher Parish, Peaks Island) effective August 1, 2016. Previously, Fr. Dube served as Pastor of Holy Savior Parish (St. Athanasius and St. John Church, Rumford; Our Lady of the Snows Church, Bethel) from 2013-2016.
A native of Greene, he attended Leavitt Area High School and graduated from the University of Maine at Augusta, earning a bachelor’s degree in business administration. He completed his clerical studies at Theological College at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. Fr. Dube was ordained to the priesthood by Bishop Richard J. Malone on June 29, 2007, at the Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul in Lewiston. His first assignment was as parochial vicar at Good Shepherd Parish in Biddeford and Saco. In November of 2010, Fr. Dube was appointed parochial vicar at the Portland Peninsula & Island Parishes (parishes listed above) and as hospital chaplain at Maine Medical Center and Mercy Hospital, both in Portland. In addition to his parish duties, Fr. Dube currently serves as a member of the Presbyteral Council and the College of Consultors, chair of the Priest Personnel Board, and as chaplain to the Maine Chiefs of Police Association.