Officers of the Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana
The duties and details of the Officers of the Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana can be found in Canon 3 of the Canons of the Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana and Article VI of the Constitution of the Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana.
The Bishop of Louisiana serves as President of the Diocese of Louisiana. In case of vacancy or necessary absence of the Bishop, the President of the Standing Committee shall serve as President of the Diocese of Louisiana.
The Bishop of Louisiana
The Rt. Rev. Shannon Rogers Duckworth
The Secretary serves as Secretary of the Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana and The Convention. It shall be his duty to give timely notice of all annual and special meetings of The Convention, to prepare the list of lay members of The Convention, to record and publish the proceedings of The Convention, to preserve its journals and records, to attest, as occasion may require, its public proceedings, and faithfully to deliver into the hands of his successor all books and papers in his possession relative to the concerns of The Diocese and of The Convention.
The Secretary shall be elected at each Annual Meeting of The Convention to serve for the ensuing year.
Secretary of the Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana
- Marsha Wade (St. James Episcopal Church, Baton Rouge)
The Treasurer is elected by The Convention. The duty of the Treasurer to receive and disburse the funds of The Diocese in accordance with the annual budget. The Treasurer shall make an annual report to The Convention of all sums received and disbursed during the preceding year and shall include in such report a statement of the condition of the assets of each Parish and Diocesan Mission with regard to its annual financial commitment to The Diocese for the work of the Church.
The Treasurer shall be elected at each Annual Meeting of The Convention to serve for the ensuing year. A treasurer shall not serve more than five consecutive years, but can be reelected as treasurer after an absence from the position for at least two years.
Treasurer of the Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana
- Alan Brackett (Christ Church Cathedral, New Orleans)
The Chancellor is appointed by the Bishop and confirmed by the Convention. The Chancellor shall be learned in the
Chancellor of the Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana (2022-2025)
- Cove Geary (Christ Episcopal Church, Covington)
A Vice-chancellor shall be learned in the law and shall act for the Chancellor whenever the Chancellor, for any reason, cannot act.
Class of 2020-2023
- Raul Esquivel, III
Class of 2021-2024
- Mark Mercante
Class of 2022-2025
- Susan Talley
- Marsha Wade
1623 Seventh Street
New Orleans, LA 70115
Phone: (504) 895-6634
Fax: (504) 208-3511
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