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The Convocation of American Churches in Europe is a jurisdiction of the Episcopal Church in the United States of America similar to a diocese. It includes all of ECUSA's churches in continental Europe. The Presiding Bishop has jurisdiction over the Convocation, delegated by canon to a Bishop in Charge, an office currently held by the Right Reverend Pierre W. Whalon, the first bishop of the Convocation to be elected by the Convocation Convention.

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Parishes and missions

There are nine full-fledged parishes and numerous missions.[1] The parishes are located in five European countries, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Italy and France.

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Belgium

France

Germany

Italy

Switzerland

Bishops

Various people have held the title of bishop-in-charge of the Convocation before the current bishop, Pierre Whalon. His immediate predecessor was Jeffrey Rowthorne. Others include Matthew Bigliardi, John Hines, and Edmond Browning.

References

  1. ^ Convocation of American Churches in Europe, Parishes and missions. Retrieved 2008-10-30.

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