Episcopal Diocese of Nebraska
|Diocese of Nebraska|
|Ecclesiastical province||Province VI|
|Bishop||The Rt. Rev. J. Scott Barker|
Location of the Diocese of Nebraska
The Episcopal Diocese of Nebraska is the diocese of the Episcopal Church in the United States of America with jurisdiction over the state of Nebraska, except for two congregations which are in the Santee Mission of the Episcopal Diocese of South Dakota. It is in Province VI. Its cathedral, Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, is in Omaha, as are the diocese's offices. It incorporates the former Episcopal Diocese of The Platte.
- Robert Harper Clarkson
- George Worthington
- Arthur Llewllyn Williams
- Ernest Vincent Shayler, 1919-1938
- Howard R. Brinker
- Russell T. Rauscher
- Robert P. Varley
- James D. Warner
- James E. Krotz
- Joe Goodwin Burnett
- J. Scott Barker
Following the resignation of Joe G. Burnett, J. Scott Barker was consecrated as bishop in October 2011. His election was held during a special diocesan council meeting held at St. Mark's Pro-Cathedral in Hastings, Nebraska.
- The Episcopal Diocese of Nebraska
- Journal of the Annual Convention, Diocese of Nebraska
- Episcopal Diocese of Nebraska Newspaper Collection, University of Nebraska at Omaha Criss Library Archives and Special Collections. Includes The Guardian (Vol.1, No.1 January 1873 - Vol.1, No.12 December 1873) and The Diocese of Nebraska (Vol.1, No.1, 1889 - Vol.9, No.1, 1897).
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