Anglican Diocese of Calgary
|Diocese of Calgary|
|Ecclesiastical province||Rupert's Land|
|Cathedral||The Cathedral Church of the Redeemer, Calgary|
|Bishop||The Rt. Rev. Gregory Kerr-Wilson|
The Anglican Diocese of Calgary is a diocese of the Ecclesiastical Province of Rupert's Land of the Anglican Church of Canada, located in the southern part of the civil province of Alberta. It was established in 1888. The diocesan boundaries are: on the south, the border between Alberta and the United States; on the east, the Alberta-Saskatchewan border; on the west, the Alberta-British Columbia border and on the north, an uneven east-west line drawn across the province just north of Lacombe forms the northern boundary of the Diocese of Calgary and the southern boundary of the Diocese of Edmonton. This area of about 82,000 square miles (210,000 km2) includes regions of mountain, foothills, parkland and prairie. The see city is Calgary. Other cities in the diocese are Red Deer, Medicine Hat and Lethbridge.
There are about 20,000 Anglicans and 92 parishes in the diocese.
|Bishop of Calgary||Name||Dates|
|9th||Greg Kerr-Wilson||Elected June 16, 2012, Enthronement on September 29, 2012|