The Episcopal Diocese of Western Kansas

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By Mail:

Diocese of Western Kansas

One North Main, Suite 502

Hutchinson, KS 67501

By Phone:

(620) 669-0006

By Fax:

(620) 669-9783

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We invite you to look around and search out who we are and what we believe. Click on the links below to learn more about us and our work in Western Kansas or click on the links above. Thank you for visiting us and we hope to see you in church soon to welcome the birth of Jesus Christ.

       The Episcopal Church

The Episcopal Church is an independent and autonomous province of the Anglican Communion. We trace our heritage back to the Church of England and are united with 44 million Anglicans world-wide by our common tradition and our relationship with the Archbishop of Canterbury. The Episcopal Church exists throughout the United States and in Columbia, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Haiti, Honduras, Puerto Rico, Taiwan, Venezuela, the Virgin Islands, the Navajoland Area Mission, and the Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe. Our international headquarters are at Church Center in New York City.

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Our Structure

Our Worship

Our Beliefs

Our History

The Diocese of Western Kansas

The Diocese of Western Kansas is one of 109 diocese within the Episcopal Church in the United States. The Diocese of Western Kansas encompasses the western 2/3 of the Great State of Kansas from Salina to Colorado and from Oklahoma to Nebraska. There are 29 Episcopal Churches in this diocese so chances are, wherever you go, you're not too far from us. Welcome to the Episcopal Diocese of Western Kansas!

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Our Bishop

Our Ministries

Our Churches

Our History


The Rev. Harvey Hillin was ordained on Pentecost Sunday,  May 24, at St. Michael's in Hays. Rev. Hillin is a now a priest who serves St. Michael's, Hays, St. Andrew's, Rural Hays and St. Elizabeth's in Russell.


The Rev. Katie Hargis graduated from Sewannee - University of the South in earlier in May. SHe will begin on June 15 and will be ordained as a priest on August 15. On Sunday, August 16, she will be officially installed as the Rector of St. Cornelius.