Episcopal Diocese of Central Pennsylvania
|Diocese of Central Pennsylvania|
|Ecclesiastical province||Province III|
|Bishop||Robert Gepert (provisional)|
Location of the Diocese of Central Pennsylvania
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. 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.
From October 2006 until May 2014, Nathan D. Baxter was the bishop of the diocese. Following Baxter's retirement Robert Gepert was named as provisional bishop of the diocese. On 14 March 2015, Audrey Scanlan was elected to become the next bishop of the diocese, with her consecration scheduled for September 2015.
- James Henry Darlington
- Hunter Wyatt-Brown
- J. Thomas Heistand
- Earl M. Honaman
- Charlie Fuller McNutt
- Michael Crieghton
- Nathan D. Baxter
- Robert Gepert (provisional)
- Audrey Scanlan
- 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.
- "Central Pennsylvania diocese elects Audrey Cady Scanlan as bishop", Episcopal News Service (The Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society), 15 March 2014, retrieved 2014-03-15
- Official website
- Episcopal Diocese of Central Pennsylvania on Twitter
- Journal of the Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church, Diocese of Central Pennsylvania from 1871–1909
- Journal of the Annual Convention, Diocese of Harrisburg from 1905–1922
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