The Episcopal Diocese of Taiwan was established by Chinese Anglicans escaping mainland China, and since much of the early Anglican leadership in Taiwan was provided by American military chaplains, Taiwan became linked to the Worldwide Anglican Communion through the Episcopal Church.
The Episcopal Diocese of Tennessee extends between the northern and southern borders of Tennessee, the Tennessee River to the west, and approximately the Eastern Timeline. The diocese has approximately 15,000 members and 51 congregations.
The Episcopal Diocese of Texas, organized in 1849, is comprised of 79,509 members and 154 congregations.
The Episcopal Diocese of the Virgin Islands includes both the U.S. Virgin Islands and the British Virgin Islands, and is comprised of 14 congregations.