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The amendments to the Diocesan Canons submitted by the Commission on Constitution and Canons were considered and approved at the 139th Synod. These canonical changes were submitted in conjunction with the second reading of Constitutional changes, completing the process of Constitutional amendment that began with first reading approval at the 138th Synod.

To review the revised Constitution and Canons, see Diocesan Documents & Reports.

We are Christians

We proclaim Jesus Christ as Lord. We are baptized into his death and resurrection. We strive to follow him in all things.

We are Catholics

Our faith and practice is grounded in the tradition of the Church–that is, what has been handed on to us– going back to Jesus and the apostles. (No, we’re not Roman Catholics, though we have much in common with our friends in that tradition.)

We are Anglicans

Our spiritual ‘DNA’ comes from the Church of England, and we are part of the family of 38 churches, all over the world, in communion with the Archbishop of Canterbury.

We are Episcopalians

The Episcopal Church, established in 1789, is the American expression of Anglican Christianity. We are one of 110 dioceses that mutually support one another in a common doctrine, discipline, and worship.

We welcome you . . .

. . . to walk with us, worship with us, work with us, and otherwise share our life. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to use the Contact Us link above.