Episcopal Diocese of Georgia
Serving Central and South Georgia Since 1733
Diocese of Georgia News & Events
Several years ago, The Episcopal Church approved new Model Policies for the Protection of Children and Youth. Their expectation was that every Diocese would update their policies based on the new Model Policies. This past September, Diocesan Council approved an update to our Diocesan Policies. These policies are intended to work in conjunction with the Safe […]
“Baptized for Life: A Lay Ministers’ Conference” will take place September 9-10 at Honey Creek! This conference is intended for any lay person in the Diocese who is in any active ministry in their congregation. Examples of such lay ministries include those who assist or lead worship, serve on the Vestry, serve on committees, teach […]
The Lambeth Conference—as an introvert, I both looked forward to and dreaded attending. From meeting with other spouses of Bishops (via Zoom instead of in-person because of Covid), I learned that we would be broken into small groups of 8-10 with other spouses from around the globe. Which meant, I was sure, that I would […]
In every congregation of the Diocese of Georgia, I know people who disagree with each other profoundly on politics (and sports which is even more difficult) who are grateful to worship together and miss one another if someone is not in church. I value this so much. We differ in many ways, but we all […]
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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