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Anglican Diocese of Huron
Province Ontario
Bishop Rt. Rev. Robert Bennett
Cathedral St. Paul's Cathedral, London
Subdivisions
Parishes
Membership
Website http://www.diohuron.org/

The Diocese of Huron is a diocese of the Ecclesiastical Province of Ontario of the Anglican Church of Canada. The diocese comprises just over 31,000 square kilometres of the extreme south-western portion of the civil province of Ontario, sandwiched between Lake Huron and Lake Erie. Its See city is London, and its parish rolls of 50,000 are served by 181 congregations.

The territory covered by the diocese was under the jurisdiction of the Diocese of Quebec until 1839, and was included in the Diocese of Toronto from 1839 until 1857. Its first bishop, Benjamin Cronyn, was the first to be elected by a diocesan synod in Canada.

Apart from London, other major communities included within the diocese are Brantford, Cambridge, Chatham, Kitchener, Sarnia, Stratford, Waterloo, and Windsor. Apart from its many parishes, the diocese maintains chaplaincies at Canterbury College in Windsor, Renison College in Waterloo and Huron College in London, which has an affiliated seminary. A parish in Brantford, Ontario also supports chaplaincy ministry at the local campus of Wilfrid Laurier University.

As of 2 July 2009 the Diocesan Bishop is the Right Rev. Robert Bennett, who was the former suffragan bishop for the diocese. He is supported by the Right Rev. Terry Dance, who was elected as the new suffragan bishop on 28 March 2009 and consecrated in St Paul's Cathedral, London, Ontario, on 6 June 2009. Pending the selection of a new dean of St. Paul's Cathedral, the Cathedral is under the interim leadership of Fr David Giffen, Cathedral Vicar.

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Coordinates: 42°37′05″N 81°54′50″W / 42.618°N 81.914°W / 42.618; -81.914

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