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About Diocese of Arizona

The Episcopal Diocese of Arizona was established in 1959. The Diocese has approximately 20,000 members in 12,500 households in more than 60 congregations, and is part of The Episcopal Church and the worldwide Anglican Communion. We exist to encourage and connect leaders as they grow Christ’s church. Existimos para animar y conectar líderes a medida que crecen la iglesia de Cristo.

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Native American church leaders offer a traditional blessing during the consecration of Arizona Bishop Jennifer Reddall on March 12. Photo: David Schacher, via Diocese of Arizona
Office of the Bishop of the Diocese of Arizona, Phoenix, AZ

Arizona churches honor ‘people of the land,’ add Indigenous Peoples Day to diocese’s calendar

The Diocese of Arizona is stepping up its efforts to give recognition to the “People of the Land,” including by creating an Indigenous Peoples of Arizona Day, which churches in the diocese can celebrate in future years on the second Monday of October – the Columbus Day federal holiday.

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The Rt. Rev. Jennifer A. Reddall

Sixth Bishop of Arizona

The Rev. Canon Anita Braden

Canon to the Ordinary