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Location of the Diocese of Montana


The Episcopal Diocese of Montana is the diocese of the Episcopal Church in the United States of America with jurisdiction over the state of Montanamarker.It was established in 1904 and has 42 congregations in 26 counties of the state. It is in Province 6 and its cathedral, St. Peter's Episcopal Cathedral, is in Helenamarker, as are the diocesan offices.

The Right Reverend C. Franklin Brookhart is the current bishop. He has a master's in divinity from Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphiamarker and a doctorate from United Theological Seminary in Dayton, Ohiomarker.

List of bishops

The bishops of Montana have been:
  1. Daniel S. Tuttle, missionary bishop (1866 - 1880)
  2. Leigh R. Brewer, missionary bishop (1880 - 1904), first diocesan bishop (1904 - 1916)
    * William F.

    Faber, coadjutor (1914 - 1916)
  3. William F. Faber (1916 - 1934)
    * Herbert H.

    H.

    Fox, suffragan, 1920, coadjutor bishop, 1925 (VI Idaho, 1925 - 1926)
  4. Herbert H. H. Fox (1934 - 1939)
    * Henry H.

    Daniels, coadjutor bishop (1939)
  5. Henry H. Daniels (1939 - 1957)
    * Chandler W.

    Sterling, coadjutor bishop (1956)
  6. Chandler W. Sterling (1957 - 1968)
  7. Jackson E. Gilliam (1968 - 1985)
  8. Charles I. "Ci" Jones (1986 - 2001)
    * Charles L.

    Keyser, assisting bishop (2001 - 2003)
  9. C. Franklin Brookhart, Jr. (2003 - present)


See also



References

  1. Episcopal Church online directory
  2. Episcopal Clerical Directory, 2005, revised edition, New York: Church Publishing, p. 108
  3. Episcopal Church Annual, 2006, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania: Morehouse Publishing, p. 273


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