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The Diocese of Easton occupies more than one-third of the geographical territory of Maryland. Originally an isolated section of the Diocese of Maryland, it became its own diocese in 1868. It shares the Delmarva Peninsula with the entire state of Delaware and a small part of Virginia. Easton, the see city, is located centrally in Talbot County. The Diocese is comprised of about 9,750 members and 70 clergy in 39 worshipping communities.
Our denominational center. Information about the Episcopal Church in the United States including the latest news of our church.
The Episcopal Church is part of the worldwide Anglican Communion. In communion with the Archbishop of Canterbury, each of the autonomous bodies of the Anglican Communion trace their history, theology and worship through the Church of England.
Episcopal Life is the monthly newspaper of The Episcopal Church with information about important events and activities of the church. Click on the graphic for an electronic version.
Formerly The Presiding Bishop's Fund for World Relief, EF&D is the collective response of Episcopalians to people in need.
The Episcopal Church is committed to serving others throughout the world. Our mission ministries are wide and varied.
Here is a helpful resource for learning about Anglicanism as it is lived out in the Episcopal Church. A good source for understanding our basic theology and worship.
Going on vacation? Visit an Episcopal Church where you are staying. Parish Finder will locate a faith community for you.
Since 1935 this official agency of the national Episcopal Church has produced pamphlets, booklets, and books to encourage and nourish people as they grow in their lives of prayer and faith such as Forward Day by Day.