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Location of the Diocese of the Central Gulf Coast

The Episcopal Diocese of the Central Gulf Coast is a diocese of the Episcopal Church in the United States of America, part of Province 4. The diocese was created in 1970 from portions of the adjoining dioceses of Alabama and Florida.

Diocesan offices are in Pensacola, Florida. The cathedral is Christ Church Cathedral in Mobile, Alabama, making it one of only a few dioceses in the Episcopal Church where the diocesan offices and cathedral are in different cities and the only diocese in which they are in different states.

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Bishops

These are the bishops who have served the Diocese of the Central Gulf Coast:[1]

  1. George M. Murray (1970 - 1981)
  2. Charles Farmer Duvall (1981 - 2001)
  3. Philip Menzie Duncan, II (2001 - Present)

See also

References

  1. ^ The Episcopal Church Annual. Morehouse Publishing: New York, NY (2005)

External links

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