Episcopal Diocese of Lexington
|Diocese of Lexington|
|Ecclesiastical province||Province IV|
|Cathedral||Christ Church Cathedral, Lexington|
Location of the Diocese of Lexington
The Episcopal Diocese of Lexington is the diocese of The Episcopal Church with jurisdiction over eastern Kentucky. It was created in 1895 from the Diocese of Kentucky which continues to have jurisdiction of the western portion of the state. The cathedral for the Diocese of Kentucky is located in Louisville. The Diocese of Lexington is in Province 4 and its cathedral, Christ Church Cathedral, is in Lexington, as are the diocesan offices. The diocesan office is called Mission House.
The Diocese's greatest membership strength is in the Bluegrass region in and around Lexington, with a smaller pocket of strength in the Northern Kentucky suburbs of Cincinnati. The Diocese has only a few congregations in the Appalachian portion of the southeastern corner of the state.
Bishops of Lexington
|I||The Rt. Rev. Lewis W. Burton||1896-1928|
|II||The Rt. Rev. Henry P. A, Abbott||1929-1945|
|III||The Rt. Rev. William R. Moody||1945-1971||Addison Hosea, bishop coadjutor 1970 - 1971|
|IV||The Rt. Rev. Addison Hosea||1971–1985||Don A. Wimberly, bishop coadjutor 1984–1985|
|V||The Rt. Rev. Don A. Wimberly,||1985–1999||Bishop Wimberly was translated to the Diocese of Texas.|
|The Rt. Rev. Rogers S. Harris||1999–2000||assisting|
|VI||The Rt. Rev. Stacy F. Sauls||2000–2011|
|The Rt. Rev. Chilton Knudson||2011-2012||interim|
|VII||The Rt. Rev. Douglas Hahn||2012-present|
On August 18, 2012, the Very Rev. Douglas Hahn was elected on the second ballot. He was consecrated the seventh Bishop of Lexington on December 15.
List of parishes and locations
|Anderson County||St. Joseph's (unorganized)|
|Barns Mountain||St. Timothy's|
|Clark County||St. Hubert's|
|Fort Thomas||St. Andrew's|
|Lexington||Christ Church Cathedral|
|Madison County||Our Saviour|
In addition to these parishes and missions, there are other ministries of the Dioceses that have attached chapels. The college ministry at the University of Kentucky is located at St. Augustine's Chapel in Lexington. St. Agnes' House in Lexington "is a nonprofit, ecumenical mission providing economical lodging for patients and their caregivers who have traveled to Lexington, Kentucky seeking treatment for serious illnesses at area hospitals and other medical care facilities."  Walnut Hill Church in Lexington is also associated with the Diocese.
The Diocese of Lexington also has a Co-Cathedral located at the diocesan camp and conference center, The Cathedral Domain, in Lee County. It is called the Cathedral of St. George the Martyr.
- Episcopal Diocese of Lexington website
- Christ Church Cathedral, Lexington
- Official Web site of the Episcopal Church
- Journal of the Annual Convention, Diocese of Lexington