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Virginia Theological Seminary, Alexandria, Virginia

Description:

Trinity Episcopal Church and St. Richard’s Episcopal School seek an energetic priest or transitional deacon to join our team as Assistant Rector for Children and Families and School Chaplain. An employee of Trinity Church, this individual will oversee and grow the ministry for children and their families through formation, worship, and fellowship offerings at the parish. As Chaplain to St. Richard’s, this individual will guide the school’s religious life and study, as experienced through school chapel, special services, and collaborative development of the Divinity curriculum, and will provide pastoral care for the school community. The Assistant Rector will also share in all the privileges and responsibilities of ordained ministry, including pastoral care,
preaching and liturgical leadership at Trinity. Although this position is intended for a clergy person, highly qualified lay ministers may be considered as well.

Generous compensation will be offered corresponding to experience and guidelines for clergy of the Episcopal Diocese of Indianapolis. Lovely housing, full family health and dental benefits and clergy pension are provided, along with substantial tuition assistance for members of the chaplain’s household. Like all clergy of our Diocese, the individual will have one weekday of Sabbath per week, usually on Fridays.

Trinity and St. Richard’s are passionate about diversity. To reflect our worshiping and school communities and the fullness of God’s beloved, we are eager for BIPOC and LGBTQ+ individuals to apply for this position.

 

Phone Number for More Information:

(317) 926-1346

Web Address for More Info

Email Contact for More Info:

search@trinitychurchindy.org

Date posted: Jan 15, 2023

Description:

Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in downtown Portland, Oregon, seeks a priest or lay professional with demonstrated experience and expertise in adult spiritual formation, inter-religious dialogue, and the arts. The successful candidate will have a passion for the mission of the church, for the role of formation in fulfilling that mission, and a passion for lifelong learning and development in the Christian life.

Trinity is a vibrant, engaged, and inclusive faith community renowned for its worship and music, educational offerings, and outreach to the community. Adult education has long been a “signature” ministry of the Cathedral, and the successful candidate will be able to honor and build on this history while bringing new energy and gifts to this program area.

Phone Number for More Information:

(503) 478-1218

Web Address for More Info

Email Contact for More Info:

shana@trinity-episcopal.org

Date posted: Jan 11, 2023

Description:

Christ and St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Norfolk, Virginia is seeking to hire a full-time Curate/Assistant/Associate Rector to help lead this storied parish into the exciting next chapter of its life. Responsibilities will include preaching and presiding, teaching groups large and small, performing the full range of pastoral offices, engaging in care for parishioners, welcoming newcomers, and expanding our outreach programs. Our ideal candidate is someone who has ordained leadership experience, though newly ordained clergy with significant parish leadership experience will be considered. This position is full time. Compensation and exact title will be based on experience and meet diocesan standards.

Applications received through February 17th. Please email a cover letter, resume, OTM profile, and links to video or audio recordings of three recent sermons with “Christ and St. Luke’s Curate/Assistant/Associate Rector” in the subject line to The Rev. Noah Van Niel (noah.vanniel@christandstlukes.org).

Phone Number for More Information:

(757) 389-7237

Web Address for More Info

Email Contact for More Info:

noah.vanniel@christandstlukes.org

Date posted: Jan 9, 2023

Description:

Saint Michael and All Angels, a resource sized Episcopal parish in the heart of Dallas, TX, is seeking a proven leader and committed follower of Jesus Christ to provide adaptive leadership and oversight to the youth ministry (6th-12th Grade). The primary goal of the ministry is to form disciples of Jesus Christ, connecting students deeper into the congregation and to each other, in order to spread God’s love. The Director of Youth Ministry will first and foremost build a strong, relational, effective staff team to build and implement the vision for youth ministry at Saint Michael. With this team, the Director will be responsible for supporting and empowering volunteers, equipping parents as faith builders at home, and serving as advocates for youth in the church life. If you are seeking a next level leadership role within the Episcopal Church that also values relational and connective ministry, this position might be for you.

Phone Number for More Information:

(214) 363-5471

Web Address for More Info

Email Contact for More Info:

martha.whitesides@ministryarchitects.com

Date posted: Jan 2, 2023

Description:

A vibrant Episcopal congregation committed to faith and invested in the future, Christ Church Episcopal, Macon GA is seeking a Director of Youth and Children’s Ministry. An ideal candidate is one who is energetic and relational, as well as administrative and strategic. Children and youth are an integral part of Christ Church and the parish seeks a leader who can implement a ministry to reach its vision.. This person, who ideally has at least three years of full-time ministry experience, will partner with clergy, staff, and volunteers to empower children and youth to grow in their faith, embracing their role in the parish and greater community while grounded in the traditions of the Episcopal Church. Interested candidates should have a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent, an ability to collaborate with a variety of others to achieve ministry goals, and well-grounded faith that can be shared effectively with young people.

Resumes and inquiries can be sent to: adam.johnson@ministryarchitects.com

Phone Number for More Information:

(877) 462-5718

Web Address for More Info

Email Contact for More Info:

adam.johnson@ministryarchitects.com

Date posted: Jan 2, 2023

Description:

Emmanuel Episcopal Church (Alexandria, VA) is seeking a full time Director of Children and Youth Ministries to harness the enthusiasm of their young families and guide the parish in establishing thriving formation ministries. Casting a vision with dedicated members, the Director will partner with clergy, staff, and volunteers to empower children and youth to grow in their faith, embracing their role in the parish and greater community while grounded in the traditions of the Episcopal Church. There will be a significant emphasis on outreach and community involvement for children, youth, and their families. The church is open to lay or ordained candidates with three years of ministry or translatable experience. Interested candidates should have a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent, an ability to collaborate with a variety of others to achieve ministry goals, and well-grounded faith that can be shared effectively with young people.

Phone Number for More Information:

(703) 683-0798

Web Address for More Info

Email Contact for More Info:

katie.dunn-rankin@ministryarchitects.com

Date posted: Jan 2, 2023

Description:

Meet Christ Church:

What began as a Sunday School community for children in 1923 and Sunday worship services at “Old Christ Church”, ministry quickly expanded with the construction of the Christ Church Chapel, so named because it was envisioned as the first structure of a cathedral-like complex. The Chapel – today’s Christ Church – was dedicated on December 14, 1930.

Ministries included a rich worship life supported by the Choir of Men and Boys and, later, the Christ Church Girls’ Choir. As the years went on and their surrounding communities have changed and grown, new ministries have taken shape to nurture the people of Christ Church and support the community of Grosse Pointe and Metro Detroit.

Today, with their 100th anniversary fast approaching, Christ Church is looking forward with excitement as they consider life in service to Christ today, and for the years to come. This challenge is captured not only in their missional priorities for children, youth, and families; but for care within the community through continued work with ministry partners to improve housing stability, education equality, and food security within East Detroit. Reflecting both their commitment and the urgency of this work, the Vestry has made a strategic investment to expand ministry leadership and capacity in each of these critical ministry areas.

It is an exciting time to be at Christ Church as God calls them forward to celebrate what has been and to dream and work toward what will be. At the heart of it all, however, Christ Church remains the same: a vibrant Christian community rooted in the Episcopal tradition ever striving to Excel in Love for Christ, for one another, and for the community around them.

About the Associate For Christian Formation:

The Associate (lay or ordained) will work directly with the Rector, staff (lay and ordained), and ministry volunteers to create, lead and manage all formation and fellowship programs for children, youth, and their parents and families, as well as spiritual formation for adults as disciples of Christ.

Responsibilities – The Associate will work with various ministry teams (consisting of lay and ordained members, serving as volunteers and staff) to provide leadership and support in assigned areas.

  • Children’s Ministry – The Associate is responsible for the design, development, oversight, and implementation of a comprehensive Church School program for our children (k-5th grade), including the nursery, Sunday School, Children’s Chapel, Wednesdays @ Christ Church, and related summer programs. The Associate oversees the Parents’ Day Out Director, the Church School Director, and the Nursery Staff.
  • Youth Ministry – The Associate is responsible for the design, development, oversight, and implementation of a comprehensive Youth Ministry program for our youth (6th – 12th grade), including Sunday School, Wednesdays @ Christ Church, and related monthly and summer activities. They will work closely with and oversee a part-time youth minister for this purpose.
  • Family Ministry – The Associate is responsible for the design, development, oversight, and implementation of ministry programs and events that gather children, youth, parents, and families together for deepened fellowship, family formation, and community connection. Naturally, the Associate for Christian Formation will work closely with the Church School Director and the Associate for Parish Life to develop a community of faith for families.
  • Adult Formation Ministry – The Associate is responsible for the design, development, oversight, and implementation of a comprehensive Adult Formation program, including Sunday and mid-week offerings, and the redevelopment of the Sweeny Lecture Series. Naturally, the Associate for Christian Formation will work closely with the Rector, Associate for Parish Life and Community Engagement, and other members of the leadership team to develop a comprehensive annual program that builds on the skills and knowledge of the parish and clergy team.
  • Volunteer Development – The Associate is responsible for the recruitment, selection, training, and support of ministry volunteers to lead and support the ministry of Christian Formation.
  • Senior Staff Leadership: As a member of the Senior Staff, the Associate will be responsible for ministry management and administration (including a budget, calendar, and communications planning), participation in the ongoing review and expansion of the comprehensive ministry of Christ Church, as well as the maintenance of a healthy, Christ-centered culture and community of faith, that seeks to Excel in Love.
  • Personal Development: The Associate is encouraged to seek out, and supported in her pursuit of, opportunities to expand ministry experience and responsibilities, and to participate in ongoing personal and spiritual formation that will further her personal life in Christ and ministry within Christ’s Church.
  • Ministry Development: The Associate will work closely with the rector, senior staff, and volunteer leadership teams to review priorities and enhance the ministries of Christ Church.

What You Bring:

  • Education & Experience – The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree and three+ years of experience in a similar area of relevant ministry.
  • Personal Characteristics – Passionate about Christ and His Church; Possesses excellent interpersonal and written communication skills; Able to transition from strategic conversations to hands-on ministry; Comfortable receiving and giving feedback in a collaborative setting; Has strong emotional intelligence and awareness of strength and weakness; Has the ability or the capacity to articulate and understand spiritual frameworks; Possesses the ability to mentor and train volunteers.

Phone Number for More Information:

(219) 384-8178

Web Address for More Info

Email Contact for More Info:

smeggers@vanderbloemen.com

Date posted: Dec 21, 2022

Description:

Christ Church Georgetown is a historic Episcopal parish in the heart of the nation’s capital. Christ Church is seeking a Director of Administration to manage the business and administrative affairs of the Church. Primary areas of responsibility include office administration, financial accounting, management of buildings and grounds, information technology, stewardship, and communications with Parish membership.

Phone Number for More Information:

(202) 255-8904

Web Address for More Info

Email Contact for More Info:

rector@christchurchgeorgetown.org

Date posted: Dec 15, 2022

Description:

Are you an innovative leader, energized by reimagining ministry?
Do you love connecting with students and their families?
Do you thrive leading and empowering volunteer teams?
Are you ready to work with a great staff team in a healthy, loving church community?

If this resonates, we invite you to consider applying to become the director of youth ministry at The Church of the Holy Spirit in beautiful Lake Forest, Illinois. Lake Forest is located north of Chicago in a lovely, safe suburban community. This is an active, multi-generational church, traditional Episcopal church known for its warm, welcoming spirit.

The director will be responsible for creating a program that inspires and launches discipleship for youth, engenders commitment and trust with parents, and builds a vibrant volunteer culture where volunteers love to serve

We’re looking for candidates with a Bachelor’s degree and demonstrated success in leading a youth ministry. The salary is $55,000 – 60,000 per year with full benefits. Please send resumes and inquiries to Melinda Kinsman: melinda.kinsman@ministryarchitects.com

Phone Number for More Information:

(847) 234-7633

Web Address for More Info

Email Contact for More Info:

melinda.kinsman@ministryarchitects.com

Date posted: Dec 13, 2022

Description:

The Development Associate is responsible for event planning and managing administrative aspects of development in Institutional Advancement.

The associate will assist with donor stewardship and engagement by helping to plan and organize special events, maintaining event records, processing donor thank you letters, recording gifts as needed, and updating the database.

Events and Engagement
• Responsible for organizing events and activities that meet the objectives of Institutional Advancement:
a. Public events and Seminary-wide special occasions which have community outreach and philanthropic objectives and opportunities.
b. VTS’ outreach and presence at the annual meeting of the Episcopal Parish Network, the General Convention of the Episcopal Church,   the Lambeth Conference at Canterbury, and similar venues outside the Seminary.
c. VTS Regional Chapter gatherings; and
d. Assistance for the annual Alumni Convocation.

Gift Processing
• prepares and processes acknowledgement letters, and
• provides backup assistance for processing donations and pledges.

Database and Administrative Support
• prepares mailing lists;
• attaches documents to media files and posts notes and actions on constituent records;
• assists with preparations and follow up for special events, mailing projects, and the phonathon;
• assists with the 2023 Legacy Society; and
• performs other duties as necessary for the overall effectiveness of the department.

Phone Number for More Information:

(703) 461-1709

Web Address for More Info – not available

Email Contact for More Info:

Payroll.benefits@vts.edu

Date posted: Dec 8, 2022

Description:

St. Luke’s seeks its next School Chaplain and Associate for Ministry. This full-time clergy-person will report directly to the Rector and work closely with the Head of School in fulfilling the following:
● School Chaplain to St. Luke’s School (50%)
● Associate for Ministry (50%)

St. Luke’s School, an independent Episcopal School is proud of its chapel program which is offered to all students (JK – 8), faculty, and staff. The School Chaplain will lead chapel services, provide religious education, and serve as pastor and spiritual caregiver to all members of the school community.

The Church of St. Luke in the Fields continues to grow its Christ-centered mission in the heart of the West Village. The Associate will contribute to this mission by overseeing outreach programs on the block, and supporting ministries to children, youth, and families, by serving as an assistant to the Associate for Children Youth and Family Ministries.

Phone Number for More Information:

(212) 924-9327

Web Address for More Info

Email Contact for More Info:

aancona@stlukeinthefields.org

Date posted: Dec 8, 2022

Description:

The Diocese of Indianapolis is seeking a Diocesan Youth Minister to called to unabashedly promote and celebrate the faith formation of young people in the diocese. This inclusive and innovative diocese spans 200 miles in southern and central Indiana including 47 churches. The Diocesan Youth Minister will be charged with equipping and encouraging parish-level leaders through community, connection, and trainings; visioning and leading meaningful initiatives and events with youth alongside a leadership team, and managing the administrative aspects of the diocesan youth ministry. For more information and to send your resume, please email martha.whitesides@ministryarchitects.com

Phone Number for More Information:

(919) 606-7213

Web Address for More Info

Email Contact for More Info:

martha.whitesides@ministryarchitects.com

Date posted: Nov 23, 2022

Description:

We invite you to experience our rich Episcopal tradition of timeless liturgy, lifelong learning, and a dedication to providing the finest traditional music from our Anglican heritage. It supports us, guides us, and inspires us to grow deeper in our faith, in communion with God in Christ, and with others. Nourished by the Word and Sacraments, we are given the tools to put our faith into action . . . here, in our community, and throughout the world. Children and youth are a vital part of our community, and we are committed to providing a place for their spiritual formation to enable them to live out their faith with joy in the world around us.

Our strong sense of community unites us in a wide variety of ministries as we pray, learn, and serve together, connecting with each other and God to make a difference wherever we find ourselves. Join us for a worship service, a class, a fellowship event, or chat with our clergy or members to learn more. We seek a Rector to lead us as we move forward.

Phone Number for More Information:

(602) 254-0976

Web Address for More Info

Email Contact for More Info:

anita@azdiocese.org

Date posted: Nov 19, 2022

Description:

Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, an urban Cathedral with multiple income revenues and expansive property, seeks a Financial Administrator. Primary responsibilities include oversight of the annual budget, bank accounts, taxes, donations, bills, employee benefits plans (health & dental), and payroll for Cathedral & Early Childhood Education Program (ECEP). This includes reconciling all bank accounts and investment accounts, filing all appropriate financial paperwork with state and federal financial institutions, and working closely with auditors.

Phone Number for More Information:

501-588-3662

Web Address for More Info

Email Contact for More Info:

amy@trinitylittlerock.org

Date posted: Nov 17, 2022

Description:

The Youth and Family Ministry Coordinator is responsible for creating programs and convening gatherings for junior high and high school students. Additional family ministry opportunities will be created as needed for the parish. This may include intergenerational programming. Hours are primarily program based with Tuesdays as the only daily office requirement for staff meetings. Hours on nights and weekends will be dependent on programs scheduled.

This position is part-time, and salaried at 28 hours/week. The salary range is $28,000-$32,000/yr.

How to apply:
Please send the following materials to The Rev. Anne C. Thatcher, Rector at revthatcher@stpetersmorristown.net . Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.

  • Letter of interest
  • Resume
  • Three personal references

 

Phone Number for More Information:

973-538-0555 x116

Web Address for More Info

Email Contact for More Info:

revthatcher@stpetersmorristown.net

Date posted: Nov 17, 2022

Description:

This position provides management and oversight of the organization’s relational database and is the primary administrator. The right individual for this position can ensure data integrity on a consistent basis, and provide appropriate access to the data for the various end-users.

The position effectively completes data-related fundraising, finance, and communications functions and analysis within the life and faith tradition of St. Bartholomew’s Church in the City of New York. Fundraising activities focus on mailing list creation, reporting, donation/pledge data-entry, gift acknowledgement, receipting, operational event support, and overall stewardship of donors and supporters, within a faith community that practices open hearts, open minds, and open arms.

Phone Number for More Information:

212-378-0265

Web Address for More Info

Email Contact for More Info:

cdisalvo@stbarts.org

Date posted: Nov 15, 2022

Description:

The Director of Giving, Development and Economic Justice reports to the Rector and will provide leadership, strategic direction, management and coordination of all fundraising and fund development efforts for All Saints Church. The director will stimulate and sustain an attitude of generosity throughout the institution and lead the community in articulating a theology of giving and faithful engagement with economic systems in our personal and corporate lives.

All Saints is a progressive and dynamic Episcopal Church located in Pasadena, California. It is a thriving faith community rooted in a tradition of intellectual engagement and enrichment, and fully committed to offering a deeply fulfilling worship experience

All Saints core values are:
• Radical Inclusion
• Courageous Justice
• Joyful Spirituality
• Ethical Stewardship

The compensation package for this position includes generous benefits.

Phone Number for More Information:

626-583-2722

Web Address for More Info

Email Contact for More Info:

skramer@allsaints-pas.org

Date posted: Nov 10, 2022

Description:

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church is seeking a full-time rector to join us in ministry in Park City, Utah. Please see the accompanying link to our Parish Profile to learn more.

Phone Number for More Information:

(801) 322-4131

Web Address for More Info

Email Contact for More Info:

ldugins@gmail.com

Date posted: Nov 07, 2022

Description:

John Denver might have been going to West Virginia, but why not let those country roads take you home to Bean Blossom, Indiana instead? If that sounds like your kind of “Almost Heaven,” St. David’s Episcopal Church is hiring!
We are currently seeking a part-time rector to support and sustain our thriving congregation. Located in beautiful Brown County, we are a service-oriented group of people with deep connections to the surrounding community. Please check out our parish profile (http://stdavidsbb.org/pastoral-search/) for more information. We can’t wait to meet you!

Phone Number for More Information:

(317) 361-9464

Web Address for More Info

Email Contact for More Info:

phelps@indydio.org

Date posted: Nov 03, 2022

Description:

The Sacristan coordinates liturgical logistics for Sundays, manages the cathedral’s liturgical calendar, serves as staff contact and coordinator for the Dean’s Verger, altar guild director, ushers, lay Wilderness volunteers, and other lay liturgical ministers. The Sacristan also shepherds the initial intake and coordinates all follow up and liturgical/logistical support for baptisms, marriages, burials, and membership.

Phone Number for More Information:

(303)-577-7732

Web Address for More Info

Email Contact for More Info:

jobs@sjcathedral.org

Date posted: Oct 27, 2022

Description:

KENILWORTH UNION CHURCH (kuc.org), is an ecumenical church community of 900+ households that is independent of any particular denomination, located in Kenilworth, Illinois. Kenilworth Union has a history of leadership from the Presbyterian Church USA, the United Methodist Church, the United Church of Christ, and other mainline protestant denominations.

This senior staff member leads the congregation’s vibrant, active, and inclusive ministry with youth and young adults grades 7+ including confirmation class, the youth mission trip, and Wednesday evening and Sunday morning youth activities. They will supervise and mentor 1-2 staff who support the youth ministry.

This candidate will bring passion and energy to create a transformative and faith-forming environment. An undergraduate degree is required. Ordination, an M.Div., certification in youth ministry, or a master’s degree in a related field is preferred. The candidate will have experience leading and planning all aspects of a youth ministry consisting of 60-100 youth, and the ability to create activities that help people find God’s guidance and inspiration, as they are sent out to love and serve God and others.

The compensation package includes a competitive base salary and generous benefits.

Resumes and inquiries can be directed to Sara Bailey at sara.bailey@ministryarchitects.com

Phone Number for More Information:

(847)-251-4272

Web Address for More Info

Email Contact for More Info:

sara.bailey@ministryarchitects.com

Date posted: Oct. 27, 2022

Description:

The Episcopal Diocese of Central New York is seeking a Communications Specialist. This position works collaboratively with diocesan staff and other key partners to deepen the mission of the diocese. Essential qualifications include: proficiency in social media; electronic newsletter and website development; ability to generate and edit written content as needed; and familiarity with The Episcopal Church. This position may be done primarily remotely, with some in-person presence needed in Central New York for key events. To apply, send a cover letter and resume to: The Rev. Canon Thomas Ferguson, tferguson@cnyepiscopal.org. Applications should be received no later than November 15, 2022, for priority consideration.

Phone Number for More Information:

(315) 407-4545

Web Address for More Info

Email Contact for More Info:

tferguson@cnyepiscopal.org

Date posted: Oct. 27, 2022

Description:

St Barnabas, Borrego Springs – a small Episcopal parish in the Southern California desert is looking for an up to 2/3 time rector. Inspired by the spirituality of our location, St Barnabas is known for “punching above our weight” in community impact through collaboration with other local church and community leaders. The congregation has the feel of an extended family and cares for each others’ spiritual and temporal needs. We seek a collaborative leader – spiritually grounded, empathetic, open minded, tenacious, morally courageous, resilient, and community focused while also caring for the needs of the congregation. We desire a priest who will bring God to the congregation and community, and the congregation and community to God; a priest who inspires by both preaching and living the Gospel to enable us to better serve God, each other and the community.

Phone Number for More Information:

(760) 767-4038

Web Address for More Info

Email Contact for More Info:

glynch@edsd.org

Date posted: Oct. 27, 2022

Description:

St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church, Northwest Austin, is seeking a full-time Executive Assistant to the Rector (senior pastor). This position is the primary point of contact for the Rector, the Rev. Catherine “Katie” Wright, and other full-time, part-time, and retired clergy that serve in the parish to varying degrees. The person in this role manages the calendars, communications, meetings, and events related to the clergy, as well as other liturgy-centric administrative responsibilities. The ideal candidate has experience working in a church-related environment, robust computer skills, excellent attention to detail, a positive attitude, an outgoing personality, and a strong work ethic. The work schedule mirrors the Rector and includes working three Sundays a month from 7:30-12:30.

Phone Number for More Information:

(512) 345-8314

Web Address for More Info

Email Contact for More Info:

chris@stmattsaustin.org

Date posted: Aug 17, 2022

Description:

Under the broad supervision of the Dean, the Assistant Director is a visionary leader who can take decades of experience in equipping men and women for urban ministry and expand this program nationally – and perhaps even internationally. This position is highly relational, with an emphasis on building local faith communities and generating interest in CUME programs. Success in this position will be demonstrated through the expansion of our programming footprint, now limited to Boston, to communities throughout the country. We want groups in cities throughout the country to benefit from CUME’s ministry training and to build local communities of faith in these cities. The Assistant Director will oversee the logistical aspects of the delivery of CUME programming, as well as provide direct support to the Dean of CUME in arranging meetings with local community leaders, organizing events at which the Dean would attend, and partnering with the Dean on strategic planning for CUME.

Phone Number for More Information:

(978) 646-4053

Web Address for More Info

Email Contact for More Info:

hrrecruitment@gcts.edu

Date posted: Aug 05, 2022

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