Diocesan News

The Institution of the Rev. Dr. James M. Arcadi at All Souls


Deo volente, the Rt. Rev. Alex Cameron, Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Pittsburgh, will institute the Rev. Dr. James M. Arcadi as Rector of All Souls Anglican Church on November 13, 2022. Please keep the Arcadi family and All Souls in your prayers as they approach this important next step in their ministry.

The Institution of a Rector service will be live-streamed via All Souls' YouTube channel at 10:30 a.m. 


39 Questions with Bishop Alex
Photo of Bishop Alex Cameron in his office
Diocesan Commu… Sunday, October 16, 2022 - 4:31pm

Want to get to know our new Bishop? We recorded a whimsical 39 Questions with Bishop Alex at our diocesan office, addressing everything from canned tuna to his first thought when he was elected Bishop. 

Do you have a question for Bishop Alex to answer on our YouTube channel? Ask it below or submit it anonymously through our Contact page.

Watch "39 Questions with Bishop Alex" on YouTube




Archbishop Robert Duncan's 50th Anniversary and Book Launch

Safe for a Week Book Cover

You are cordially invited to join
the Most Rev. Robert William Duncan, D.D.,
seventh bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Pittsburgh,
and Nara Dewar Duncan
in celebrating the 50th Anniversary
of Archbishop Bob's ordination to the priesthood.

Saturday, October 29, 2022,
at 3 o'clock in the afternoon at
Church of the Ascension
4729 Ellsworth Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Bishop Alex Cameron's Consecration

A standing ovation for the newly consecrated Bishop Alex Cameron of the Anglican Diocese of Pittsburgh. Photo by Kevin Patterson, Living Word Photos.

Pittsburgh, PA — On Saturday, August 6, 2022, The Anglican Diocese of Pittsburgh warmly welcomed its new bishop, the Rt. Rev. Alex Cameron, who was consecrated by Archbishop Foley Beach of the Anglican Church in North America. Bishop Cameron was surrounded by 17 bishops, 93 priests and deacons from across the Pittsburgh diocese, and hundreds of diocesan and ecumenical leaders, friends, family, and church representatives at the Church of the Ascension in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Anglican Diocese of Pittsburgh to Consecrate Bishop Alex Cameron This Saturday
Rev. Alex Whitcomb Cameron post-election at St. Stephen’s church
Website Admini… Friday, August 05, 2022 - 10:42am

Pittsburgh, PA, August 3 — On Saturday, August 6, 2022, at 10 a.m. the Anglican Diocese of Pittsburgh will consecrate the Rev. Alex Whitcomb Cameron as their next bishop. Bishop-elect Cameron was elected on the first ballot on Saturday, April 30, by 117 clergy and 92 lay delegates, after a year-long search process. He was consented to by the College of Bishops of the Anglican Church in North America on Monday, June 13, 2022. Archbishop Foley Beach commented, “I believe Bishop-elect Alex will serve the diocese well and honor Jesus in the way he leads.

Trinity School for Ministry Announces The Rev. Cn. Dr. Bryan C. Hollon as its Next Dean President Website Admini… Thursday, May 26, 2022 - 1:08pm

The Trinity School for Ministry Board of Trustees announced the appointment of The Rev. Cn. Dr. Bryan C. Hollon, Ph.D., as the eighth Dean President of the school.

Long-Time Executive Assistant to the Anglican Diocese of Pittsburgh Set to Retire Nathan Blake Thursday, April 28, 2022 - 1:28pm



The strength of the Anglican Diocese of Pittsburgh is in the people that call it home. It is found in the enthusiasm of our laity, the wisdom of our clergy, and the faithfulness of our staff and volunteers. 

Details of Bishop Candidate Walkabouts Announced


February 23, 2022 

Dear Friends,  

The week for our candidate “walkabouts” is coming quickly. We have four special gatherings planned for March 21 – 24. We look forward with enthusiasm to discover which of these three men the Lord would have as our next bishop. As we prepare to meet with our candidates, here is an update with instructions related to our time together.  

Who Are Walkabouts For?  

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