Episcopal Diocese of Georgia
Serving Central and South Georgia Since 1733
Diocese of Georgia News & Events
A letter from Bishop Logue ahead of jury selection in State of Georgia v. Travis McMichael, Greg McMichael, and William R. Bryan
To the Diocese of Georgia Community, I write to ask your prayers for the people of Brunswick and Glynn County as the murder trial in the case of the slaying of Ahmaud Arbery will start October 18. Following video evidence coming to light, clergy representing all six Episcopal congregations in Glynn County, were part of […]
Bishop Frank Logue preached this sermon at St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Thomasville, Georgia on June 26, 2021. Grace for all the feral catsA sermon for the ordination of Susan Gage to the Sacred Order of DeaconsActs 6:2-7 “In the name of Jesus Christ, you are to serve all people, particularly the poor, the weak, […]
May 19, 2021 Dear Clergy and Senior Wardens of the Diocese of Georgia, As promised in my letter to you all last Friday, I am following up further on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) stating last week that, “fully vaccinated people no longer need to wear a mask or physically distance in […]
The Diocese will read together Love is the Way by Presiding Bishop Michael Curry as the 2021 1Book1Diocese pick. Each week is mapped out with a discussion guide that you can find here:Love is the Way Discussion GuideYou can do this with your congregation, a small group, or on your own. The book can be found at any […]
This year the Diocese will be offering daily reflections during Lent, written by both clergy and laity throughout the Diocese. Monday through Friday will be reflections on the Daily Office Readings. Saturday reflections will be focused on a spiritual practice that you may be able to incorporate into your personal routine. On Sundays the reflections […]
Bishop Frank Logue
Frank Logue is the Bishop of the Diocese of Georgia, with oversight of the 70 Episcopal congregations in Central and South Georgia. Frank believes that the mission of the church is to invite people into relationship with Jesus. By keeping Jesus at the center of our common life we are empowered to live lives of service, seeking justice for all people and communities.
Frank was ordained and consecrated as the 11th Bishop of Georgia at Christ Church, Savannah, on May 30, 2020. Prior to his election, he served 10 years as the Canon to the Ordinary, the chief assistant, to the 10th Bishop of Georgia. From 2000-2010, he served as the church planter for King of Peace Episcopal Church in Kingsland, Georgia. A graduate of the Virginia Theological Seminary, Frank and his wife, Victoria, wrote seven books on the outdoors and travel before he responded to a deeply felt call to serve God in ordained ministry. The Logues continue to write. Their daughter, Griffin, is currently studying toward a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine.
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