Diocese of Mid-America



of the

Reformed Episcopal Church


4142 Dayflower Dr.
Katy, TX 77449

281-463-9454
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A Brief History

In 1990 the General Council of the Reformed Episcopal Church created the Special Jurisdiction of North America (SJNA) to develop and care for parishes west of the Mississippi River. The territory assigned covered 27 States. Bishop Royal U Grote, Jr was elected the Missionary Bishop and, in July of 1991, moved to Houston, Texas. At that time there were 5 missions and 1 parish in the Special Jurisdiction. In 1996, the SJNA was merged with the Synod of Chicago (The oldest Diocese in the REC) and was renamed the Diocese of Mid-America. Since that time, the DMA has divided twice by creating the Diocese of Central States and the Diocese of the West. The Lord has seen fit to continue to bless the DMA with consistent annual growth of Parishes. The Diocese of Mid-America currently has a geographical territory including Arkansas, Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Lousiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Oklahoma, Texas, Wisconsin, Wyoming and original parishes in Arizona and California.


Bishop Grote's Exhortation to Synod
- February 26, 2015



International Catholic Congress of Anglicans


July 13-17, 2015
Ft. Worth, TX



Mark your calendars and make your reservations now for the special 2015 International Catholic Congress of Anglicans (ICCA). The ICCA will be hosted by St. Andrew's church in Ft. Worth, Texas on July 13-17, 2015. Below is a special interview with Bishop Keith Ackerman regarding the Congress. Additionally, there are links to the ICCA pamphlet (pdf) and the Forward in Faith North America website which will provide you the specific details of the Congress and instructions for obtaining the special hotel accomodations.

View the ICCA Pamphlet (pdf)

View the ICCA page on the FIFNA Website

Register online for the ICCA


If you can't view the video here, please visit the link on the
Forward in Faith North America Website.

Church Army USA
We were pleased to have the Church Army USA make a presentation at our Synod. If you would like more information you can contact the following individuals.

The Rev. Greg Miller: gregmiller@churcharmyusa.org

The Rev. Herb Bailey: hbailey@churcharmyusa.org

Website: www.churcharmyusa.org

To view the Fresh Expressions video presented at Synod please click the following link: Coming Soon

 

Contact Us
Diocese of Mid-America
4142 Dayflower Dr.
Katy, TX 77449

(P) 800-732-3433
(P) 281-463-9454
(F) 281-463-9575

Email Bishop Grote

Email Bishop Sutton



Cathedrals
St. Matthias Anglican Church (Cathedral)
4142 Dayflower Dr.
Katy, TX 77449
281-463-2304

The Rt. Rev. Royal U Grote, Bishop
The Very Rev. Jason R. Grote, Dean
The Rev. Joshua A. Grote, Assisting
The Rev. Mr. Aaron F. Ott, Deacon
Dss. Annette Johnson, Deaconess



Church of the Holy Communion (Pro-Cathedral)
17405 Muirfield Dr.
Dallas, TX 75287
972-248-6505

The Rt. Rev. Ray R. Sutton, Bishop
The Rev. Kasey Gage, Assistant
The Rev. Mr. Chip Shattuck, Deacon
The Rev. Mr. Daryl Smith, Deacon
Dss. Mary Jane Mathieu, Deaconess


Diocesan Leadership
Bishops
The Most Rev. Royal U. Grote, Jr. - Bishop Ordinary
The Rt. Rev. Ray R. Sutton - Bishop CoAdjutor
The Rt. Rev. Sam Seamans - Assisting Bishop

Archdeacons
The Venerable James T. Payne - Archdeacon

Deans
The Very Rev. Jason R. Grote - Cathedral
The Very Rev. Frank Levi - Incarnation
The Very Rev. Walter Banek - Resurrection

Canons
The Rev. Canon Wayland Coe - Canon Missioner

Officers
Secretary - Dss. Annette Johnson
Treasurer - The Very Rev. Jason R. Grote
Diocesan Resources

Some of these PDF documents are password protected. If you need the password, please contact the Diocesan office.