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Anglican Diocese of Quebec

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Diocese of Quebec

Diocèse de Québec
Coat of arms of the Diocese of Quebec
Coat of arms
Location
CountryCanada
Ecclesiastical provinceCanada
Statistics
Area720,000 km2 (280,000 sq mi)
Congregations68
Information
DenominationAnglican Church of Canada
RiteAnglican
Established1793
CathedralHoly Trinity Anglican Cathedral
Current leadership
BishopBruce Myers
Website
quebec.anglican.org

The Anglican Diocese of Quebec was founded by Letters Patent in 1793 and is a part of the Ecclesiastical Province of Canada of the Anglican Church of Canada, in turn a province of the Anglican Communion. The diocese comprises 720,000 square kilometres and took its present shape in 1850 with the carving off of what is now the Diocese of Montreal. It includes a territory of west to east from Magog to the Gaspe and the Magdalen Islands, south to north from the United States border to Kawawachikamach and several communities along the Lower North Shore.

The diocesan office is located in Quebec City, as is Holy Trinity Anglican Cathedral, completed in 1804. The diocese counts approximately 4,000 Anglican faithful who gather in nearly 70 congregations.

With both the dioceses of Quebec and Montreal having fewer than 10,000 members and decreasing numbers, discussions are underway to explore ways the two dioceses can work more closely together.[1]

Bishops of Quebec

Bishop Name Dates Notes
1st Jacob Mountain 1793–1825 father of George
2nd Charles J. Stewart 1826–1837
3rd George Mountain 1850-1863 Bishop suffragan of Montreal and bishop coadjutor, 1836–1850
administered the diocese until 1850[2]
4th James W. Williams 1863-1892 father of Lennox
5th Andrew Hunter Dunn 1892-1914
6th Lennox W. Williams 1915-1935 son of James
7th Philip Carrington 1935-1960 Metropolitan of Canada, 1944–1960
8th Russel F. Brown 1960–1971
9th Timothy J. Matthews 1971–1977
10th Allen Goodings 1977–1990
11th A. Bruce Stavert 1990–2009 Metropolitan of Canada, 2004–2009
12th Dennis P. Drainville 2009–2017
13th Bruce Myers OGS 2017–present

Deans of Quebec

The Dean of Quebec is also Rector of Holy Trinity Cathedral.

List of deans, Holy Trinity Cathedral, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, in 2015
List of deans, Holy Trinity Cathedral, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, in 2015

History

  • M. E. Reisner, Strangers and Pilgrims: A History of the Anglican Diocese of Quebec, 1793-1993 (1995, Anglican Book Centre) ISBN 1-55126-142-1 [1]
  • Ernest Hawkins, Annals of the Diocese of Quebec [2]

References

  1. ^ "Montreal Anglican", June 2010
  2. ^ The Clergy List, 1851. p. 302 footnote
  3. ^ "Register 1847-1923". Radley School. Retrieved 8 April 2015.

External links

This page was last edited on 23 June 2021, at 05:38
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