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Chapters in the Diocese
of  Tennessee


Anna the Prophetess Chapter

Church of the Epiphany, Lebanon

Daughters of Esther Chapter

 St. Matthew's Church, McMinnville

Daughters of Grace Chapter

Grace Church, Spring Hill

Glastonbury Chapter

Church of St. Joseph of Arimathea,


Holy Comforter Chapter

St. Peter’s Church, Columbia

Holy Trinity Chapter

Church of the Holy Trinity, Nashville

Julian of Norwich Chapter

 St. Paul's Church, Murfreesboro

Martha’s Heart & Mary’s Hands Chapter 

St. James' Church, Sewanee

Mary and Martha Chapter

 St. David’s Church, Nashville

Mary E. Norton Chapter

 St. Barnabas' Church, Tullahoma

Redeemer Chapter

Church of the Redeemer, Shelbyville

St. Bernadette Chapter

Church of the Good Shepherd, Brentwood

St. Catherine Chapter

Christ Church Cathedral, Nashville

St. Clare of Assisi Chapter

Trinity Church, Clarksville

St. Elizabeth of Hungary Chapter

St. Philip’s Church, Nashville

St. Francis Chapter

St. George’s Church, Nashville

St. James the Less Mission Chapter

St. James the Less, Madison

St. Margaret of Scotland Chapter

Church of Our Savior, Gallatin

St. Mark Chapter

St. Mark’s Church, Antioch

St. Mary Magdalene Chapter

St. Mary Magdalene Church, Fayetteville

St. Mary Magdalene Chapter

St. Paul’s Church, Franklin

The Episcopal Diocese of Tennessee, is home to fifty (50) congregations, publishes address, telephone, clergy, service schedules, email, and website information for each parish.

This link, Episcopal Parishes, will take you there.

A number of Daughters at Large (DAL) live in our diocese. For one reason or another they are unable to take advantage of a chapter membership, but still maintain their membership in our Order. Rebecca Markert maintains a listing of these members with contact information.

You can contact Rebecca Markert at

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