Diocese of Springfield
|Ecclesiastical province||Province V|
|Cathedral||Cathedral Church of St. Paul the Apostle|
|Bishop||Daniel Hayden Martins|
Location of the Diocese of Springfield
The Episcopal Diocese of Springfield is a diocese of the Episcopal Church in the United States of America. It is located in the state of Illinois and includes the area east of the Illinois River and south of the Counties of Woodford, Livingston, Ford, and Iroquois. The diocese was founded when the former Episcopal Diocese of Illinois split into three separate Dioceses (Springfield, Quincy, and Chicago) in 1877.
The bishop, the Right Reverend Daniel Hayden Martins, was consecrated on 19 March 2011. He succeeded Peter Hess Beckwith, who had served since 1992.
- Albion, Illinois: St. John's
- Alton, Illinois: St. Paul's
- Belleville, Illinois: St. George's
- Bloomington, Illinois: St. Matthew's
- Cairo, Illinois: Redeemer
- Carbondale, Illinois: St. Andrew's
- Carlinville, Illinois: St. Paul's
- Centralia, Illinois: St. John's
- Champaign, Illinois:
- Emmanuel Memorial
- Chapel of St. John the Divine
- Chesterfield, Illinois: St. Peter's
- Danville, Illinois: Holy Trinity
- Decatur, Illinois: St. John's
- Edwardsville, Illinois: St. Andrew's
- Effingham, Illinois: St. Laurence
- Glen Carbon, Illinois: St. Thomas'
- Granite City, Illinois: St. Bartholomew's
- Harrisburg, Illinois: St. Stephen's
- Havana, Illinois: St. Barnabas'
- Jacksonville, Illinois: Trinity
- Lincoln, Illinois: Trinity
- Marion, Illinois: St. James'
- Mattoon, Illinois: Trinity
- Morton, Illinois: All Saints'
- Mt. Carmel, Illinois: St. John the Baptist
- Mt. Vernon, Illinois: Trinity
- Normal, Illinois: Christ the King
- O'Fallon, Illinois: St. Michael's
- Pekin, Illinois: St. Paul's
- Rantoul, Illinois: St. Christopher's
- Robinson, Illinois: St. Mary's
- Salem, Illinois: St. Thomas'
- Springfield, Illinois:
- Cathedral Church of St. Paul
- Christ Church
- St. Luke's
- West Frankfort, Illinois: St. Mark's
- George Franklin Seymour, 1878-1906
- Edward William Osborne, diocesan 1906-1917
- Granville Hudson Sherwood, 1917-1923
- John Chanler White, 1924-1947
- Richard T. Loring, 1947-1948
- Charles A. Clough, 1948-1961
- Albert Arthur Chambers, 1962-1972
- Albert W. Hillestad, 1972-1981
- Donald M. Hultstrand, 1982-1991
- Peter H. Beckwith, 1992-2010
- Daniel Hayden Martins, 2011–present
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