Episcopal

Episcopal and episcopalian may refer to:

  • Bishop, an overseer in the Christian church
  • Episcopate, the see of a bishop – a diocese
  • Episcopal Church (disambiguation), any church with "Episcopal" in its name
  • Episcopal Conference, an official assembly of bishops in a territory of the Roman Catholic Church
  • Episcopal polity, the church united under the oversight of bishops
  • Episcopal see, the official seat of a bishop, often applied to the area over which he exercises authority
  • Historical episcopate, dioceses established according to apostolic succession

Other articles related to "episcopal":

Episcopal Diocese Of San Joaquin
... The Episcopal Diocese of San Joaquin is a diocese of the Episcopal Church in the United States of America (ECUSA), located in central California with its headquarters in Modesto ...
Episcopal Diocese Of Florida
... The Episcopal Diocese of Florida is a diocese of the Episcopal Church in the United States of America (ECUSA) ... The diocese is a part of Province IV of the Episcopal Church ...
George David Cummins - Life and Career
... In 1845 Cummins took orders in the Protestant Episcopal Church ... After serving as rector of Episcopal parishes in Virginia, Washington, and Chicago, he was appointed Assistant Bishop of Kentucky in 1866 ... criticized for receiving communion with ministers outside the Protestant Episcopal Church, and resigned his position ...
Holy Innocents' Episcopal School
... Holy Innocents' Episcopal School is a fully accredited, college-preparatory day school for 3-year-old through 12th-grade students located in Atlanta, Georgia ... boys and girls a program based on the Episcopal education tradition of inclusion, exploration, and respect for self and others ... Holy Innocents' is one of the largest Episcopal schools in the United States with a PK-12 enrollment of some 1,300 ...