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Welcome to the Episcopal Diocese of Kansas
The Episcopal Church is home to about 12,000 people in 46 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.
You are welcome to worship at any of the 46 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.
You can find an Episcopal church near you in eastern Kansas by using the "Find a Congregation" drop-down menu at left, or to see a list of cities where there is an Episcopal church, please click >>HERE.
To learn more about the Episcopal Church, please click >>HERE.
The week that begins on Palm Sunday (April 13) and runs until Easter (April 20) is called Holy Week. It commemorates the final week of the earthly life of Jesus before his death on a cross on Good Friday, and his rising from the dead on Easter.
The primary services take place on Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Holy Saturday, all leading up to the greatest feast of all, Easter. Some churches have services every day of the week.
If you are interested in seeing what the heart of the Christian faith is all about -- that resurrected life is open to all through the saving grace of God's work in Jesus Christ -- please join us for worship.
You can find a list of services on the website of an Episcopal church in eastern Kansas near you. A list of churches is >>HERE.
May you have a most blessed Holy Week.
In response to the shootings in Overland Park
Bishop Dean E. Wolfe on April 14 issued a statement in response to the shootings April 13 in Overland Park that took the lives of three people at two Jewish facilities. You can read it >>HERE.
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