The Diocese of Kansas
The Episcopal Church is home to about 11,000 people in 45 congregations in cities and towns across eastern Kansas. Our congregations make up our diocese, and our diocese is part of the wider Episcopal Church, which in turn is part of a larger, global community of Christians in the Anglican Communion.
In the Episcopal Church there is room for your questions about God, faith and the church. There’s a place for you here. The Right Reverend Dean E. Wolfe is the current Bishop of Kansas. He comes to St. Paul’s about every 18 months for an Episcopal visit, which often includes baptism and confirmation. St. Paul's has two delegates to the annual Diocesan Convention and periodic meetings of the Northwest Convocation (churches in our region). One of those delegates (pictured) was Lucy Mulroney, who has attended many conventions on behalf of her parish home.
You are welcome to worship at any of the 45 congregations of the Episcopal Diocese of Kansas. Inside the doors of our churches — some large, some small — you will find services that offer beauty, warmth and a sense of community.