Journal of the Annual Convention, Diocese of Pennsylvania is the official report of the Pennsylvania Episcopal Diocese's annual convention. The title has varied somewhat from year to year.
The Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania was one of the original Episcopal Church dioceses in the United States, and held its first convention in 1784. The diocese originally covered the entire state. The diocese of Pittsburgh, covering the western part of the state, split off in 1865, and the diocese of Central Pennssylvania split off in 1871. The diocese continues to hold annual conventions to this day.
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