Diocese of New England (OCA)

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The Diocese of New England is a diocese of the Orthodox Church in America. Its territory includes parishes and missions located in six states in the United States – Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont. The diocesan chancery is located in Southbridge, Massachusetts.

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The diocese is currently under the leadership of His Grace, the Right Reverend Nikon (Liolin). He was consecrated as a bishop on May 25, 2002, and installed as the ruling bishop of the diocese of New England on December 17, 2005.


Deaneries

The three deaneries of the diocese and their territories are:

  • Boston Deanery – Eastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island
  • Connecticut Deanery – Connecticut and Western Massachusetts
  • Northern Deanery – Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont

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