The Episcopal Diocese of Rhode Island is a diocese of the Episcopal Church in the United States of America, encompassing the state of Rhode Island. It is one of seven New England dioceses that make up Province 1.
The Episcopal seat of the diocese, the Cathedral of St. John is at 271 North Main Street in the see city of Providence. There are 65 parishes in the diocese, with more than 17,000 communicants. The bishop is The Right Reverend Geralyn Wolf, the twelfth person to hold this office. One of the few women serving as diocesan bishop, she was consecrated in 1996.
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