Below you'll find two ways of finding a worshipping community in our diocese: using the Episcopal Asset Map to search by location or using our Google map to search by deanery.
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Episcopal Asset Map: Diocese of East Carolina
Deaneries in the Diocese
The Diocese of East Carolina consists of 67 parishes and three college campus ministries and covers the area from I-95 to the coast in the state of North Carolina. This Diocese serves several military bases, a large Latino community, and parishes of all sizes. We are divided into 5 deaneries. See the specific deanery pages to contact their individual worshipping communities.
The northernmost part of our diocese, this deanery includes worshipping communities in Ahoskie, Columbia, Creswell, Currituck, Edenton, Elizabeth City, Gatesville, Hertford, Lewiston-Woodville, Nags Head, Plymouth, Roper, Roxobel, Sunbury, Southern Shores, Williamston, and Windsor.Read More »
This deanery includes worshipping communities that border the Pamlico River in Bath, Belhaven, Chocowinity, Englehard, Farmville, Greenville, Grifton, and Washington.Read More »
These worshipping communities are in the central part of our diocese including Beaufort, Goldsboro, Havelock, Jacksonville, Kinston, Morehead City, New Bern, Oriental, Salter Path, Seven Springs, Swansboro, and Trenton.Read More »
These worshipping communities are in the western half of the Cape Fear region, including Clinton, Elizabethtown, Fayetteville, Lumberton, and Newton Grove.Read More »
These worshipping communities are in the eastern half of the Cape Fear region, and include Burgaw, Hampstead, Holly ridge, Leland, Shallotte, Southport, Whiteville, and Wilmington.Read More »