St. Paul’s is part of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington, which includes 89 congregations in Washington and four Maryland counties (Charles, St. Mary’s, Prince George’s and Montgomery). The diocese is led by a bishop who serves as the chief pastor of all churches in the diocese. Our current bishop is the Rt. Rev. Mariann Edgar Budde, consecrated in November 2011.
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