The diocese is divided into geographic groupings of congregations called Convocations. These districts enable clergy and laity to share common interests and concerns, and gives them more strength and resources as a group rather than a single congregation acting alone. 
Good Shepherd, Dallas
Incarnation, Dallas
Saint Michael and All Angels, Dallas
St. Christopher's, Dallas
St. Luke's, Dallas
St. Thomas, Dallas
Transfiguration, Dallas
Incarnation North, Dallas
St. Andrew's, Farmers Branch
Epiphany, Richardson
Ascension, Dallas
Emmanuel Anglican, Dallas
Good Samaritan, Dallas
Our Saviour, Dallas 
San Francisco de Asis, Dallas 
St. James, Dallas
St. John's, Dallas 
St. Matthew's Cathedral, Dallas
Holy Trinity, Garland
St. Barnabas/San Barnabe, Garland
St. Philip's Sudanese, Dallas
Holy Trinity by the Lake, Heath
St. Dunstan's, Mineola
St. Mark's/San Marcos, Mount Pleasant
Holy Cross, Paris
St. William Laud, Pittsburg
St. Philip's, Sulphur Springs
St. James, Texarkana
St. Francis, Winnsboro
Holy Trinity, Bonham
Holy Nativity, Santa Natividad, Plano
Grace Community, Plano
St. Luke's, Denison 
St. Barnabas, Denton 
St. David's of Wales, Denton
St. Nicholas, Flower Mound
St. Philip's, Frisco
St. Paul's, Greenville
Annunciation, Lewisville
Holy Family, McKinney
St. Andrew's, McKinney
St. Peter's, McKinney
Holy Nativity, Plano
St. John the Apostle, Pottsboro
St. Paul's, Prosper 
St. Stephen's, Sherman
St. Matthias, Athens
St. Justin's, Canton
St. John's, Corsicana
St. Thomas, Ennis
Our Merciful Saviour, Kaufman
St. James on the Lake, Kemp
Good Shepherd, Terrell
St. Paul, Waxahachie
Good Shepherd, Cedar Hill
Apostles, Coppell
St. Augustine, Dallas
Christ Church, Dallas
St. Anne, DeSoto
Redeemer, Irving
St. Mark's, Irving
St. Mary's, Irving