Frank S. Logue
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Frank S. Logue
|Diocese||Episcopal Diocese of Georgia|
|Elected||November 16, 2019|
|Predecessor||Scott Anson Benhase|
|Consecration||May 30, 2020|
Frank Sullivan Logue (born 1963) is the eleventh bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Georgiain the United States. He is a graduate of Georgia Southern University and Virginia Theological Seminary. He served as the church-planter for King of Peace Episcopal Church (Kingsland, Georgia. He was elected on November 16, 2019, on the first ballot. Logue succeeded Scott BenhaseBenhase on May 30, 2020 when he was consecrated as a bishop in Christ Church in Savannah. Due to precautions because of Covid-19 his ordination was conducted with a minimum number of people in attendance but was broadcast via livestream on the internet.
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