Province of the Episcopal Church of South Sudan and Sudan
The Episcopal Church of the Sudan is a member church of the Anglican Communion in Sudan.
The first mission activities began in 1899 and soon led to the establishment of a bishopric Sudan which was under the Archbishop of Jerusalem. In 1974 the diocese was taken out of the church organization of Jerusalem and placed under the supervision of the Primate of Canterbury, who released it in 1976 independence.
Today the Episcopal Church of the Sudan has its own primate, namely the Archbishop of the Episcopal Church of the Sudan and Bishop of Juba. The fourth incumbent is Daniel Deng Bul Yak. For the Reformed Episcopal Church was founded in 2011 an agreement for the church community as well as for 2008, founded Anglican Church in North America, after the connections to the Episcopal Church of the United States of America were canceled.
The Episcopal Church of the Sudan consists of 31 dioceses:
The province comprises 31 dioceses in 2 countries: