Responses to Primates 2016 from The Episcopal Church (USA)

This table records responses of TEC bishops to the Primates Communique of January 2016.

Other significant responses from within TEC are

Presiding Bishop Michael Curry  [Video of Statement]

The Revd Gay Jennings, Chair of the House of Deputies of General Convention

The Very Rev. Andrew McGowan, Dean of Berkeley Divinity School and Editor of the Journal of Anglican Studies

Integrity USA

Mark Harris

Susan Russell

The left column orders dioceses alphabetically by Province with a link to the Wikipedia article on that diocese.

The right column provides a link to the statement, usually found on the Anglican Ink website.  The addition of "[CP]" after a bishop indicates a Communion Partner bishop or diocese ie one who opposed the decisions of General Convention on marriage.

Note the links open in the same tab/window so you need to right-click and choose "new tab/window" if you want to keep this table open while exploring links.

Province I (New England)
Connecticut (Hartford) Bishops of Connecticut (includes ACC and SC member)
Maine (Portland) Bishop of Maine
Massachusetts (Boston) Bishop of Massachusetts
New Hampshire (Concord) Bishop of New Hampshire
Rhode Island (Providence) Bishop of Rhode Island
Vermont (Burlington) Bishop of Vermont
Western Massachusetts (Springfield) Bishop of Western Massachusetts
Province II (New York and New Jersey)
Albany (Albany, New York) Bishop of Albany [CP]
Central New York (Syracuse) Bishop of Central New York
Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe (Paris) Bishop of Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe

Suffragan Bishop of Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe

Haiti (Port-au-Prince)
Long Island (Garden City) Bishop of Long Island
New Jersey (Trenton) Bishop of New Jersey
New York (New York City) Bishop of New York
Newark (Newark, New Jersey) Bishop of Newark
Rochester (Rochester, New York) Bishop of Rochester
Virgin Islands (Charlotte Amalie)
Western New York (Buffalo) Bishop of Western New York
Province III (Middle Atlantic)
Bethlehem (Bethlehem, Pennsylvania)
Central Pennsylvania (Harrisburg) Bishop of Central Pennsylvania
Delaware (Wilmington)
Easton (Easton, Maryland)
Maryland (Baltimore) Assistant Bishop of Maryland
Northwestern Pennsylvania (Erie)
Pennsylvania (Philadelphia) Bishop of Pennsylvania
Pittsburgh Bishop of Pittsburgh
Southern Virginia (Norfolk) Bishop of Southern Virginia
Southwestern Virginia (Roanoke)
Virginia (Offices in Richmond; cathedral shrine in Orkney Springs)  Bishop of Virginia
Washington (Washington, D.C.)  Bishop of Washington
West Virginia (Charleston) Assistant Bishop of West Virginia
Province IV (Southeast)
Alabama (Birmingham) Bishop of Alabama
Atlanta Bishop of Atlanta
Central Florida (Orlando) Bishop of Central Florida [CP]
Central Gulf Coast (offices in Pensacola, Florida; cathedral in Mobile, Alabama) Bishop of Central Gulf Coast
East Carolina (Kinston, North Carolina)
East Tennessee (Knoxville) Bishop of East Tennessee
Florida (Jacksonville)
Georgia (Savannah) Bishop of Georgia
Kentucky (Louisville)
Lexington (Lexington, Kentucky)
Louisiana (New Orleans)
Mississippi (Jackson)
North Carolina (Raleigh) Bishops of North Carolina
Episcopal Church in South Carolina (Charleston) Provisional Bishop in South Carolina
Southeast Florida (Miami)
Southwest Florida (offices in Sarasota; cathedral in St. Petersburg)
Tennessee (Nashville) Bishop of Tennessee [CP]
Upper South Carolina (Columbia) Bishop of Upper South Carolina
West Tennessee (Memphis) Bishop of West Tennessee
Western North Carolina (Asheville) Bishop of Western North Carolina
Province V (Midwest)
Chicago Bishop of Chicago
Eau Claire (Eau Claire, Wisconsin)
Eastern Michigan (Saginaw) Bishop of Eastern Michigan
Fond du Lac (Fond du Lac, Wisconsin) Bishop of Fond du Lac
Indianapolis Bishop of Indianapolis
Michigan (Detroit) Bishop of Michigan
Milwaukee
Missouri (St. Louis) Bishop of Missouri
Northern Indiana (South Bend) Bishop of Northern Indiana [CP]
Northern Michigan (Marquette)
Ohio (Cleveland) Bishop of Ohio
Southern Ohio (Cincinnati) Bishop of Southern Ohio
Springfield (Springfield, Illinois) Bishop of Springfield [CP]
Western Michigan (Portage/Kalamazoo) Bishop of Western Michigan
Province VI (Northwest)
Colorado (Denver) Bishop of Colorado
Iowa (Offices in Des Moines; cathedrals in Davenport and Des Moines) Bishop of Iowa
Minnesota (Offices in Minneapolis; cathedrals in Minneapolis and Faribault) Bishop of Minnesota
Montana (Helena) Bishop of Montana
Nebraska (Omaha)  
North Dakota (Fargo)
South Dakota (Sioux Falls)
Wyoming (Offices in Casper; cathedral in Laramie) Bishop of Wyoming
Province VII (Southwest)
Arkansas (Little Rock)
Dallas Bishop of Dallas [CP]
Fort Worth Provisional Bishop of Forth Worth
Kansas (Topeka) Bishop of Kansas
Northwest Texas (Lubbock) Bishop of Northwest Texas
Oklahoma (Oklahoma City) Bishop of Oklahama
Rio Grande (Albuquerque) Bishop of the Rio Grande
Texas (Houston) Bishops of Texas
West Missouri (Kansas City) Bishop of West Missouri
West Texas (San Antonio) Bishops of West Texas
Western Kansas (Salina)
Western Louisiana (Offices in Pineville; cathedral in Shreveport) Bishop of Western Louisiana
Province VIII (Pacific)
Alaska (Fairbanks) Bishop of Alaska
Arizona (Phoenix) Bishop of Arizona
California (San Francisco) Bishop of California
Eastern Oregon (The Dalles)
El Camino Real (San Jose, California) Bishop of El Camino Real
Hawaii (Honolulu) - formerly the Anglican Church of Hawaii Bishop of Hawaii
Idaho (Boise)  
Los Angeles (diocesan seat in Echo Park district, Los Angeles; procathedral in downtown LA) Bishop of Los Angeles
Micronesia[1]
Navajoland Area Mission (Farmington, NM)
Nevada (Las Vegas) Bishop of Nevada
Northern California (Sacramento)
Olympia (Seattle) Bishop of Olympia
Oregon (Portland) Bishop of Oregon
San Diego Bishop of San Diego
San Joaquin (Fresno, California) Provisional Bishop of San Joaquin
Spokane Bishop of Spokane
Taiwan (Taipei)
Utah (Salt Lake City) Bishop of Utah
Province IX (Central and South America)
Colombia (Bogotá)
Dominican Republic[1]
Central Ecuador(Quito)
Litoral Ecuador[2](Guayaquil)
Honduras (San Pedro Sula)
Puerto Rico
Venezuela (Caracas)  

 

 

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