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Episcopal Diocese of Vermont

Diocese of Vermont
Ecclesiastical province Province I
Congregations 49
Members 6, 596 (as of 2013)
Rite Episcopal
Cathedral Cathedral Church of St. Paul
Current leadership
Bishop Rt. Rev. Thomas Clark Ely
Location of the Diocese of Vermont
Location of the Diocese of Vermont

The Episcopal Diocese of Vermont is the diocese of the Episcopal Church in the United States of America in the state of Vermont. It was the first diocese in the Episcopal Church to elect a woman, Mary Adelia Rosamond McLeod, as diocesan bishop.

The see city is Burlington where the Cathedral Church of St. Paul is located.


Diocesan churches of historical interest

Present or former diocesan churches listed on the National Register of Historic Places, include:

External links

  • Official Web site of the Diocese of Vermont
  • Journal of the Annual Convention, Diocese of Vermont at the Online Books Page
  • The Correspondence of John A. Graham with His Grace of Canterbury: When on His Mission as Agent of the Church of Vermont, to the Ecclesiastical Courts of Canterbury and York, for the consecration of Dr. Peters, Bishop-elect of Vermont, 1794–5, etc. 1835

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