Province 8 of the Episcopal Church

  Province VIII of the ECUSA

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Province 8 (VIII), also called the Province of the Pacific, is one of nine ecclesiastical provinces making up the Episcopal Church in the United States of America. It is composed of sixteen dioceses in the nine states of Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, and Washington. Also part of the province are the Episcopal Diocese of Taiwan, which has been a diocese of the Church since 1960; and the Navajoland Area Mission which was established in 1979 to serve the specific spiritual and cultural needs of the Navajo Nation.

The province encompasses more than a third of the land mass of the United States, and nearly twenty percent of the country's population. Because of its sheer size, the province claims to contain the most demographically diverse population in the world. The Rt. Rev. Gretchen Rehberg of the Diocese of Olympia serves as President and Rev. Tom Sramek Jr. of the Diocese of Oregon serves as Vice President.

Dioceses of Province VIII[edit]

Other jurisdictions of Province VIII[edit]

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