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The Episcopal Diocese of California supports the work of Episcopal churches, ministries, schools, and people in the greater San Francisco Bay Area.

The Episcopal Diocese of Central Ecuador is headquartered in Quito, and its bishop is the Rt. Rev. Victor Scantlebury.

The Episcopal Diocese of Central Florida, created in 1969, is bounded on the north by the Episcopal Diocese of Florida, on the east by the Atlantic Ocean, on the south by the dioceses of Southeast Florida and Southwest Florida, and on the west by the Gulf of Mexico.

The Episcopal Diocese of the Central Gulf Coast was created in 1970 from portions of the adjoining dioceses of Alabama and Florida. Its territory covers the southern third of Alabama and the Florida Panhandle region, west of the Appalachicola River. Most of its churches are located in the Mobile, Alabama, area, and in a population strip along the Gulf of Mexico extending from Pensacola to Panama City, Florida.

The Episcopal Diocese of Central New York extends from Alexandria Bay in the far north, which is just under the Canadian border, to Wellsburg and Waverly, whose parishes rest nearly on the Pennsylvania state line. 

The Episcopal Diocese of Central Pennsylvania comprises 17,500 members and 71 congregations in the central region of Pennsylvania. 

The Episcopal Diocese of Chicago comprises 40,000 members and 125 congregations.

The Episcopal Diocese of Colombia is headquartered in Bogota, and its bishop is the Rt. Rev. Francisco Jose Duque-Gomez.

The Episcopal Diocese of Colorado comprises 116 congregations and covers five regions: Western, Mountain, Sangre de Cristo, Front Range, and High Plains.

The Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut includes the entire state of Connecticut, with about 68,500 members and177 congregations, both English-speaking and Spanish-speaking. 

The Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe is a collection of churches, mission congregations, and specialized ministries spread geographically over several countries in continental Europe. The Cathedral of the Holy Trinity is located in the centre of Paris.

Congregations within the Convocation vary in size from fewer than 100 members in the mission congregations to more than 1,000 at the Cathedral in Paris. In total there are more than 4,000 active parishioners throughout the Convocation.