Our Dioceses

Chicago

“The Christian religion” author Kathleen Norris has written, “asks us to put our trust not in ideas, and certainly not in ideologies, but in a God who was vulnerable enough to become human and die, and who desires to be present to us in our ordinary circumstances.”

The Episcopal Diocese of Chicago welcomes anyone who believes in—or simply wants to know more about—that God. We are a vital community of 40,000 people in 124 congregations across northern Illinois. Through the work of parishes and missions, social outreach agencies and campus ministries we devote ourselves to three simple goals: Grow the Church. Form the faithful. Change the world. Join us in our worship and our work as we share the bread of life with a hungry world

St. James Commons
65 E Huron St.
Chicago, IL 60611
(312) 751-4200

www.episcopalchicago.org

Eastern Michigan

The Episcopal Diocese of Eastern Michigan is a community of Christians who practice an ancient faith in a post-industrial age. Through worship, service, and pastoral care the congregations of the diocese bring the love of Christ alive, ministering both in the mainstream and at the margins. Together we seek creative, life-giving, faith-enhancing responses to the challenges of contemporary economic, social, and spiritual life.

924 North Niagara Street
Saginaw, MI 48602-4332

877-752-6020
www.eastmich.org

Eau Claire (Northwestern Wisconsin)

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The Episcopal Church in Northwestern Wisconsin

We come to know Jesus Christ through our study of Scripture, worship, and service. We make him known through our love, acceptance, concern and respect for every human being.

Vibrant, Spirit-filled, and born anew in Jesus Christ!

510 S. Farwell St.
Eau Claire, Wisconsin 54701
(715) 835-3331
Contact: administrator@dioec.net

www.dioec.net

Fond du Lac (Northeastern Wisconsin)

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The Diocese of Fond du Lac is the Episcopal Church in northeast Wisconsin. This community of disciples consists of nearly 6,000 souls regularly worshipping in thirty-seven locations.

We are a people of God living out their faith in an Episcopal and Anglican tradition while working together in the mission and ministry of the Gospel. We are people serving and ministering in the communities where they live.

1051 N Lynndale Drive, Suite 1B
Appleton, Wisconsin 54914-3094

diofdl.org

Indianapolis (Central/Southern Indiana)

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Deepening our Faith... Widening Our Embrace. That's the Mission Statement of the 46 parishes of the Episcopal Diocese of Indianapolis in central and southern Indiana. We serve and share locally, regionally, and globally with many vital partners. We especially cherish our unique three-way partnership with the Diocese of Bor (in South Sudan) and the Diocese of Brasilia. We are urban and rural...small and large... experiential or traditional. We are not called to agree with one another on everything but are committed to staying in conversation and community. You can learn more about us at www.indydio.org, our Episcopal Diocese of Indianapolis group on Facebook, and at DioceseofIndy on Twitter.

1100 West 42nd Street, Suite 235
Indianapolis, IN 46208

www.indydio.org

Michigan (Southeast Michigan)

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The Diocese of Michigan is composed of 78 worshiping communities in south east and south central lower Michigan. We continue our long-standing tradition of responding to issues of social justice and of offering educational opportunities and support for our congregations and all wishing to embrace the ministry of the baptized. The Diocese of Michigan values inclusion and extends the gift of hospitality to all people.  We treasure and respect the importance of our youth and young adults and stand tall with our brothers and sisters of all faith traditions as part of a loving, diverse community. Our companion relationship with the Diocese of the Dominican Republic is an opportunity for us to continue to learn and to grow in our faith.  The Rt. Rev. Wendell N. Gibbs, Jr., our tenth bishop, was consecrated in 2000.

4800 Woodward
Detroit MI 48201-1310

www.edomi.org

Milwaukee (Southern Wisconsin)

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The Diocese of Milwaukee is a Christian community of 55 congregations and over a dozen ministries and fellowships worshipping and witnessing as the Episcopal Church in southern Wisconsin. Through the work of our 11,000 communicants and nearly 200 clergy, we seek to grow in faith as disciples of Jesus Christ serving and ministering in our local communities and the wider world. We have an active witness across the southern third of Wisconsin.

804 E. Juneau Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53202

www.diomil.org

Missouri (East Missouri)

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We are 42 congregations, 2 campus ministries, an intentional community (Deaconess Anne House), and an Episcopal School for Ministry in the eastern half of the state of Missouri. We are 11,500 Episcopalians, 150 ordained men and women, and 12 persons in the discernment process.

The Mission of the Diocese of Missouri is the mission of all baptized Christians: to teach and to spread the Gospel and its knowledge of salvation to all people; and to make the love of Christ known in the world through our own actions as individuals, as congregations, and as the Diocese, by feeding the hungry, welcoming the stranger, clothing the naked, housing the homeless, caring for the sick, visiting the prisoner, and comforting those in times of trouble.

Making Disciples, Building Congregations, For the Life of the World

1210 Locust St.
St. Louis, Missouri 63103
diocesemo.org

Northern Indiana

In the Diocese of Northern Indiana, we have a passion for the Gospel of Jesus Christ, a heart for the lost, a willingness to do whatever it takes, and a commitment to one another.

117 N. Lafayette Blvd
South Bend, IN 46601

www.ednin.org

Northern Michigan

The story of the Diocese of Northern Michigan is one of hope, vision, and committed determina­tion to create and sustain a vibrant community of faith in the majestic beauty of the Upper Penin­sula of Michigan. Throughout its over 250 year history, from colonial chaplains serving the Brit­ish garrison at Fort Mackinac in the 1760s, to present-day congregations discovering new ways to fulfill their baptismal covenants through Mutual Ministry, the story of the Episcopal Church in Northern Michigan is the story of perseverance and dedication in the presence of God’s grace in the lives of its people.

The mission and ministry of our 25 congregations is sustained by local Ministry Support Teams of commissioned and ordained members. Ministry development is supported by the Bishop, four Ministry Developers, the Diocesan Operations Coor­dinator, and a financial secretary and Communications Officer.  Ministry development is supported by the Bishop and Episcopal Ministry Support Team, four Ministry Developers, and the Diocesan Operations Coor­dinator, along with other staff. Baptismal Ministry is not only transforming our congregations, but also our diocesan life and mission to the world around us, inspiring and encouraging a wide variety of expressions of our Christian faith.

131 E Ridge St
Marquette, MI 49855
(906) 228-7160

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Ohio

The Diocese of Ohio comprises the 48 counties of northern Ohio, an area encompassing roughly 15,000 square miles. At this writing we have 166 priests, half of whom are actively employed in parochial and non-parochial ministries, and a dozen deacons serving in 87 parishes, with a membership of some 15,000 individuals. We welcome everyone, whether you are a life-long Episcopalian, a seeker looking for God in your life, or a person who just feels something is missing in life. Please visit us. God loves you. No exceptions.

 

The Diocese of Ohio
2230 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44115

216-771-4815
www.dohio.org

 

Southern Ohio

The Diocese of Southern Ohio connects 75 congregations and 25,000 people in the 40 counties of Southern Ohio. Our diversity across every demographic category keeps us growing in richness of understanding and community. Through these many and varied connections we gain strength, insight and wisdom as we proclaim the Gospel.

412 Sycamore Street
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202

EpiscopaliansInConnection.org

Springfield

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The Episcopal Diocese of Springfield was founded when the former Diocese of Illinois split into three separate Dioceses: Springfield, Quincy, and Chicago. The Diocese of Springfield includes the area east of the Illinois River and Woodford, Livingston, Ford, and Iroquois counties, and is comprised of 36 congregations comprised of 18 Parishes, 18 Missions. The Diocese of Springfield is one church: organized for mission into geographic parishes; manifested in eucharistic communities and communities-in-formation; and with a goal of being concretely incarnate in all of the 60 counties of central and southern Illinois.

821 South Second Street
Springfield, Illinois 62704

episcopalspringfield.org

Western Michigan

The Episcopal Diocese of Western Michigan is comprised of nearly 8,000 people in 58 diverse communities of faith, including four seasonal chapels, throughout West Michigan. No matter where you live in this region, chances are you'll find an Episcopal church near you, from major urban centers like Grand Rapids to small towns like Northport in the Leelanau Peninsula. The 9th bishop of the Diocese of Western Michigan is the Rt. Rev. Whayne M. Hougland, Jr., who was consecrated on September 28, 2013.

The Episcopal Center
535 S. Burdick, Suite 1
Kalamazoo, MI 49007

www.edwm.org