Episcopal Diocese of Eastern Michigan

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Diocese of Eastern Michigan
Diocese of Eastern Michigan seal.gif
Ecclesiastical province V (Midwest)
Parishes 47
Members 6,237 (2014)
Current leadership
Bishop Todd Ousley
Location of the Diocese of Eastern Michigan
Location of the Diocese of Eastern Michigan

The Episcopal Diocese of Eastern Michigan is the Episcopal diocese in the northern two-thirds of the eastern half of the Lower Peninsula of Michigan, not including the greater Detroit area, which is in the Episcopal Diocese of Michigan.

The diocese is headquartered in Saginaw, Michigan. It is a relatively new diocese, having been spun off from the Episcopal Diocese of Michigan in 1994. As of 2007, the Episcopal Bishop of the Diocese of Eastern Michigan is Todd Ousley, and there are 50 separate parishes operating within the diocese.[1]

List of bishops[edit]

Bishops of Eastern Michigan
From Until Incumbent Notes
1996 2006 Edwin M. Leidel, Jr. Edwin "Ed" Max Leidel, Junior (born 1938, Baltimore, MD); elected March 16, 1996; consecrated September 1996; installed September 7, 1996; retired December 30, 2006; elected Provisional Bishop of Eau Claire August 28, 2010.
2006 present Todd Ousley Steven Todd Ousley; elected coadjutor May 6 and consecrated September 9, 2006; succeeded December 30, 2006; installed January 7, 2007.


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