Episcopal Diocese of Central Pennsylvania

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This article is about the Episcopal Diocese formerly known as the Diocese of Harrisburg. For the current Catholic diocese, see Roman Catholic Diocese of Harrisburg.
Diocese of Central Pennsylvania
Episcopal Diocese of Central Pennsylvania seal.png
Location
Ecclesiastical province Province III
Statistics
Members 12,847
Information
Rite Episcopal
Cathedral St. Stephen's Episcopal Cathedral
Current leadership
Bishop Rt. Rev. Nathan D. Baxter
Map
Location of the Diocese of Central Pennsylvania
Location of the Diocese of Central Pennsylvania
Website
www.diocesecpa.org

The Episcopal Diocese of Central Pennsylvania is one of the Dioceses of the Episcopal Church in the United States of America. It was founded in 1905 as the Diocese of Harrisburg, separating from the original Diocese of Central Pennsylvania, now known as the Episcopal Diocese of Bethlehem.[1] The seat of the bishop and home of the diocesan offices is St. Stephen's Episcopal Cathedral at 221 North Front Street in Downtown Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

Bishops[edit]

10. Nathan D. Baxter

References[edit]

  1. ^ Journal of the Proceedings of the Thirty-Eighth Annual Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church, Diocese of Central Pennsylvania Wilkes-Barr, Pa; The E.S. Yordly Co. title page, p.50.

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 40°15′40″N 76°53′10″W / 40.26104°N 76.88605°W / 40.26104; -76.88605