The Episcopal Diocese of Lexington was created in 1895 and covers the eastern half of the state of Kentucky. (The Episcopal Diocese of Kentucky covers the western half of the state.) The diocese's greatest membership strength is in the Bluegrass region in and around Lexington, with a smaller pocket of members in the Northern Kentucky suburbs of Cincinnati.
The Episcopal Diocese of Litoral Ecuador is headquartered in Guayaquil, and its bishop is the Rt. Rev. Alfredo Morante.
The Episcopal Diocese of Long Island is organized into four archdeaconries, representing the four counties of the diocese: Brooklyn, Queens, Nassau, and Suffolk.
The Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles is comprised of 70,000 members and 147 congregations, 39 schools, and 18 major institutions. The diocese covers all of Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino, Santa Barbara, and Ventura counties, and part of Riverside County.
The Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana, established in 1838, is comprised of 54 congregations, including 33 parishes, 13 missions (three of which are college chaplaincies), and five mission stations.