Episcopal Diocese of Chicago

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The Episcopal Diocese of Chicago is the official organization of the Episcopal Church in Chicago and Northern Illinois. The diocese is served by Jeffrey Lee, who serves as bishop of the diocese, and Christopher Epting, who served as Assistant Bishop in the diocese until his planned retirement in December 2015.[1] The mother church of the diocese is St. James Cathedral, which is the oldest Episcopal congregation in the city of Chicago.

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  1. "Bishop Epting to Retire; Study on Diocesan Culture Launched", Telling Our Stories, Chicago: Episcopal Diocese of Chicago, October 28, 2015, retrieved November 1, 2015