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Diocese of Oregon Location Ecclesiastical province Province VIII Information Rite Episcopal Cathedral Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, Portland, Oregon Current leadership Bishop The Rt. Rev. Dr. Michael Joseph Hanley Map Location of the Diocese of Oregon Website diocese-oregon.org The Episcopal Diocese of Oregon is a diocese of The Episcopal Church which consists of the western portion of the State of Oregon bordered by the Pacific Ocean, the Columbia River, the Cascade Range and the Oregon-California border. Major cities in the diocese are Portland, Salem, Eugene and Medford. The diocese is a part of Province VIII of the Episcopal Church. The seat of the diocese is Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, Portland, Oregon. The Rt. Rev. Dr. Michael Joseph Hanley was elected 10th bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Oregon at the Diocese's Annual Convention on November 30, 2009.[1] He was ordained to the episcopate and installed on April 10, 2010.[2] Bishops of Oregon Honorific & Name Dates 1st The Rt. Rev. Thomas Fielding Scott 1854–1867 2nd The Rt. Rev. Benjamin Wistar Morris 1868–1906 3rd The Rt. Rev. Charles Scadding 1906–1914 4th The Rt. Rev. Walter Taylor Sumner 1915–1935 5th The Rt. Rev. Benjamin Dunlop Dagwell 1936–1958 6th The Rt. Rev. James Walmesley Frederic Carman 1958-1974 (Coadjutor Bishop, 1957–1958) 7th The Rt. Rev. Matthew Paul Bigliardi 1974–1985 8th The Rt. Rev. Robert Louis Ladehoff 1986-2003 (Coadjutor Bishop, 1985) 9th The Rt. Rev. Dr. Johncy Itty 2003–2008 10th The Rt. Rev. Dr. Michael Joseph Hanley 2010- For more information on the bishops who have served the Episcopal Diocese of Oregon, see the diocesan website http://www.diocese-oregon.org/history/ Suffragan and Assisting Bishops The Rt. Rev. Hal Raymond Gross, Suffragan Bishop, 1965–1979 The Rt. Rev. Sandy (Sanford Zangwill Kaye) Hampton, Assisting Bishop, 2008-2010 (previously Suffragan Bishop of Minnesota 1989-1996 and Assistant Bishop of Olympia, 1996–2003) References ^ Episcopal Life Online item, March 16, 2010 ^ Episcopal Life Online item, April 12, 2010 v · d · e Provinces and dioceses of the Episcopal Church Province I Connecticut • Maine • Massachusetts • New Hampshire • Rhode Island • Vermont • Western Massachusetts Province II Albany • Central New York • Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe • Haiti • Long Island • New Jersey • New York • Newark • Rochester • The Virgin Islands • Western New York Province III Bethlehem • Central Pennsylvania • Delaware • Easton • Maryland • Northwestern Pennsylvania • Pennsylvania • Pittsburgh • Southern Virginia • Southwestern Virginia • Virginia • Washington • West Virginia Province IV Alabama • Atlanta • Central Florida • Central Gulf Coast • East Carolina • East Tennessee • Florida • Georgia • Kentucky • Lexington • Louisiana • Mississippi • North Carolina • South Carolina • Southeast Florida • Southwest Florida • Tennessee • Upper South Carolina • West Tennessee • Western North Carolina Province V Chicago • Eastern Michigan • Eau Claire • Fond du Lac • Indianapolis • Michigan • Milwaukee • Missouri • Northern Indiana • Northern Michigan • Ohio • Quincy • Southern Ohio • Springfield • Western Michigan Province VI Colorado • Iowa • Minnesota • Montana • Nebraska • North Dakota • South Dakota • Wyoming Province VII Arkansas • Dallas • Fort Worth • Kansas • Northwest Texas • Oklahoma • Rio Grande • Texas • West Missouri • West Texas • Western Kansas • Western Louisiana Province VIII Alaska • Arizona • California • Eastern Oregon • El Camino Real • Hawaii • Idaho • Los Angeles • Navajoland Area Mission • Nevada • Northern California • Olympia • Oregon • San Diego • San Joaquin • Spokane • Taiwan • Utah Province IX Colombia • Dominican Republic • Central Ecuador • Litoral Ecuador • Honduras  • Puerto Rico • Venezuela Anglicanism portal This Anglicanism-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e