Diocese of the Central States
|Diocese of Central States|
|Ecclesiastical province||Anglican Church in North America|
|The Diocese of the Central States Official Website|
The Diocese of the Central States is a Reformed Episcopal Church and an Anglican Church in North America diocese. The diocese has 19 congregations in the American states of Alabama, Northwest Florida, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia. Daniel Morse became Missionary Bishop at the creation of the diocese in 2008, and he has been Bishop Ordinary since 2011. In 2013, Peter Manto became bishop suffragan of the diocese.
- 1 History
- 2 Alabama
- 3 Indiana
- 4 Kentucky
- 5 North Carolina
- 6 Ohio
- 7 Tennessee
- 8 Virginia Parishes and Schools
- 9 References
- 10 External links
The diocese was launched on 1 January 2008 as the Missionary Diocese of the Central States, joining the Anglican Church in North America upon its creation in June 2009. When the diocese reached full diocesan status in the REC and the ACNA in 2011, the name was changed to Diocese of the Central States, after experiencing considerable growth in the previous three years. The first Synod took place 25 and 26 October 2011, at the Resurrection Anglican Church, in Shalimar, Florida.
Parishes and Schools
- Saint John's Anglican Church, 221 Kings Home Dr, Chelsea, AL
- Trinity Anglican Church, 3600 Oak Hill Road, Evansville, IN. Sister parish of St. Cecilia, Accra, Ghana
- St. Paul’s Reformed Episcopal Church, 20 W. South Street, Greenfield, IN.
- St. Nicholas Anglican Church, 1803 Freeman, Owensboro, KY.
- St. Andrew’s Anglican Church, Meeting at St. John’s Lutheran Church, 505 South Park Street, Asheboro NC
- All Saints’ Anglican Church, Meeting at Jenkins Memorial Methodist Church, 725 N Boylan Ave, Raleigh, NC.
- The Church of the Redeemer Mission, 3195-A Airport Blvd, Wilson, NC.
- Christ Our Hope Anglican Church, Meeting at All Seasons Banquet Center, 3425 Valley Pike, Dayton, Ohio.
- Christ the King Anglican Church, 925 Main St., Dayton, OH.
- Dominion Academy of Dayton, 925 Main St., Dayton, OH. A ministry of Christ the King Reformed Episcopal Church. Headmaster: Dss. Michelle Caldwell
- Trinity Reformed Episcopal Church, 5920 Butler-Warren Road, Mason, OH.
- St. James Reformed Episcopal Church, 461 S. Prescott St., Memphis TN.
- Christ Our Hope Reformed Episcopal Church, Meeting at Christ Our Hope Sanctuary, Westpoint, TN, (nearby GPS fix: 8339 Ella Gallaher Rd, Westpoint, TN.
Virginia Parishes and Schools
St. Andrew's Appomattox Anglican Church
- St. Andrew’s Appomattox Anglican Church, 1916 Redfields Road, Appomattox, VA.
Appomattox Christian Academy
- Appomattox Christian Academy, 1916 Redfields Road, Appomattox, VA. Headmaster: Mrs. Stacey Torrence.
Holy Trinity Reformed Episcopal Church
- Holy Trinity Reformed Episcopal Church, Meeting at Trinity Christian School, 11204 Braddock Rd, Fairfax, VA.
All Saints Reformed Episcopal Church
- All Saints Reformed Episcopal Church, 122 Fleetwood Dr, Lynchburg, VA.
New Covenant School
- New Covenant Schools, 122 Fleetwood Drive, Lynchburg, VA. Headmaster: The Rev. John Heaton.
St. Jude's Anglican Church
- St. Jude’s Anglican Church, 8102 Ridge Rd, Richmond, VA.
Covenant Reformed Episcopal Church
The Covenant Church is across the street from the historic Starkey School, and “Covenant Reformed Episcopal Church is located in the Cave Spring area of southwest Roanoke County.”  Covenant Church is part of a founding jurisdiction of the Anglican Church in North America The current church building was built between 1924-1926, and is a plain wooden church on a stone foundation in the austere Protestant style. There are few permanent decorations in the church, and no stained glass windows. The brass Candelabra and other fixtures are in the Colonial Williamsburg style. Also located on the property is a rectory built in 1929. An earlier Reformed Episcopal Church, Providence Reformed Episcopal Church, transferred all care of property and title to the daughter Covenant Church on March 1, 1984.
- Recent Covenant Church Vicars
- Rev. Jeff Welch (1981-1988)
- Rev. Rodney Longmire, Jr. (1988-2009)
- Rev. Richard Workowski, (2012-2015)
- Rev. William H. Smith (2015–Present)
- Shalimar church hosts first synod of diocese, 7 November 2012, Daily News
- Convocation of Virginia, North Carolina and West Virginia of the Reformed Episcopal Church 2009.
- Guelzo, Allen C. For the Union of Evangelical Christendom: The Irony of the Reformed Episcopalians. University Park, Pa: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1994. “Acknowledgements”
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