Current U.S. Supreme Court Members

The following table lists the current members of the United States Supreme Court, including the Chief Justice and eight Associate Justices.

See Also: Past U.S. Supreme Court Members

 Service Birth   
Name, stateAssoc. JusticeChief JusticeYrs Place Date Died Religion
Antonin Scalia, DC 1986– N.J. 1936 Roman Catholic
Anthony M. Kennedy, Calif. 1988– Calif. 1936 Roman Catholic
Clarence Thomas, DC 1991– Ga. 1948 Roman Catholic
Ruth Bader Ginsburg, DC 1993– N.Y. 1933 Jewish
Stephen G. Breyer, Mass. 1994– Calif. 1938 Jewish
John G. Roberts, DC 2005–N.Y.1955Roman Catholic
Samuel A. Alito, Jr., N.J.2006– N.J.1950Roman Catholic
Sonia Sotomayor N.Y.2009– N.Y.1954Roman Catholic
Elena Kagan N.Y.2010– N.Y.1960Jewish

Mailing address for the Supreme Court:
U.S. Supreme Court Building, 1 First Street NE
Washington, DC 20543

NOTE: Bold=Chief Justice
*Served as both chief justice and associate justice.
1. Congregational; later Unitarian.
2. Unitarian; then Episcopal.
3. Unitarian or Congregational.
4. Not a member of any church.

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