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Episcopal Diocese of Western Louisiana

Diocese of Western Louisiana
Location
Ecclesiastical province Province VII
Statistics
Congregations 45
Members 9,095
Information
Rite Episcopal
Cathedral St. Mark's Cathedral
Current leadership
Bishop The Rt. Rev. Jacob Wayne Owensby
Map
Location of the Diocese of Western Louisiana
Location of the Diocese of Western Louisiana
Website
www.diocesewla.org

The Episcopal Diocese of Western Louisiana is the diocese of the Episcopal Church in the United States of America whose territory comprises the western part of the state of Louisiana, including Shreveport.

Organization

Organized through division of the Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana in 1979, it had (as of 2006) 48 parishes, 11,603 active baptized members, and an average Sunday attendance of 4,015. The diocese and its parishes sponsor nine parochial schools and preschools. The diocese is part of Province VII.

There have been four bishops of Western Louisiana:

The diocesan cathedral is St. Mark's, Shreveport; the diocesan offices are in the former parish hall of Mt. Olivet Chapel in Pineville.

References

External links

  • Episcopal Diocese of Western Louisiana website


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