Job Openings

Please note that these are not job offerings from Nashotah House, but are submitted to us by various outside organizations for distribution to our alumni and students.

Application Deadline: May 21, 2018
POSITION: Director of Youth Formation
STATUS: Full-time
HOURS: Typically a 40-hour work week, with occasional exceptions
SALARY & BENEFITS: $40,000-50,000, commensurate with experience and accreditation,
plus excellent benefits including, but not limited to:
• Reimbursed mileage and travel
• Vacation/sick leave
• Health, Dental and Vision Insurance
• Health Savings Account
• Retirement plan
 
Parish Description:
St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church is a suburban parish with average Sunday attendance of
around 500 in the Green Hills neighborhood of Nashville. Our life together includes excellent
worship and music, deep ties among parish family members, and a deliberate commitment to
mission and service. The liturgical style is broadly evangelical, a mixture of the best of
historical Anglicanism and contemporary resources, and our parish family is markedly diverse
in theology and politics. The rector is in his first year here; the associate rector has been here
approximately three years; and there is a large and experienced staff with whom the Director
of Youth Formation (“DYF”) will work. A good overview of our life together may be gleaned
from our website and Facebook page.
St. Bartholomew’s is an Equal Opportunity Employer
General Purpose of Position:
To grow and lead disciples of Christ by developing and implementing a comprehensive youth
ministry program (group building, worship, formation/discipleship, mission, and outreach),
while serving as a spiritual leader and role model. The DYF will accompany youth as they
become mature followers of Christ, full participants in the church, and witnesses of Christ in
the world.
 
Organizational Relationship and Supervision:
The DYF is appointed by and accountable to the Rector, extending his ministry and working
as a team with other staff for spiritual and ministry guidance. The Rector provides annual
evaluation of the DYF’s performance. The DYF will be subject to Episcopal Church policies
and doctrine, as well as local parish policies as determined by the Rector. Attendance at the
following is expected:
• Weekly Staff Meetings
• Mentor meetings with Rector
• Corporate worship and other events
 
The Primary Task:
The DYF will be responsible for planning and implementing a youth ministry program built
around the youth of this parish church, yet with an eye toward reaching other Nashville
neighborhoods. This program should be:
• Formative - Bible study, prayer, instruction, and worship will be integral.
• Relational - Building relationships with and among the youth, developing programs
and events that support relational ministry, and maintaining connections with alumni
of the youth program.
• Missional - Spreading the good news of Jesus Christ, having a sense of mission and
purpose, and helping meet others’ physical, emotional, and spiritual needs.
• Collaborative - Working alongside fellow staff members, and forming a team of
volunteers to work together to accomplish the goals of the youth ministry.
Responsibilities:
1. Envision: Develop a vision for the youth ministry in conjunction with the Rector,
church staff, and young people.
2. Execute: Plan, develop, communicate, and implement all aspects of the youth
ministry in the areas of group building, worship, formation/discipleship, mission, and
outreach.
3. Educate: Choose and/or develop curricula for youth (grades 7-12). Coordinate with
other Christian formation offerings, including assisting the Director of Children’s
Formation with 6th graders.
4. Equip: Mentor youth in developing leadership skills. Recruit, develop, train, support,
and nurture adult volunteers to assist in every aspect of the youth ministry, and
ensure adequate volunteer support and adult-to-youth ratios.
5. Evaluate: Support and guide the work of the Rector in an annual process of
evaluating the vision and goals of the youth ministry.
6. Other duties:
a. Love the youth of our parish where they are, praying and working to help them
become who God wants them to be, and challenging them to respond to God’s
call to serve in their communities and the world.
b. Be aware of resources for developing the youth program, and participate in
continuing education and training opportunities, including for the DYF’s own
spiritual growth.
c. Act as liaison between the church and diocese with regard to the youth, as well
as other community organizations, people, and resources that relate to youth
and youth ministries.
d. Coordinate and teach Confirmation classes in partnership with the rector and
others, providing leadership for confirmands, sponsors, and parents beyond
the classroom.
e. Prepare and oversee youth ministry budget.
f. Be present with youth in a variety of contexts beyond the walls of St.
Bartholomew’s.
g. Work in concert with other staff members and maintain a teamwork mentality.
h. Ensure compliance with Safeguarding God’s Children policies in all youth
ministry settings.
Qualifications and Aptitudes:
• Education and Experience:
o Bachelor’s Degree. A degree in Pastoral Ministry, Theology or related field is
preferred.
o 2-3 years’ experience in youth ministry preferred, with a track record of
growing disciples.
• Must complete a successful background check.
• Must possess adequate knowledge of Holy Scripture and Christian doctrine, and a
solid practice of personal prayer and the Anglican theological tradition.
• Must have vision and a demonstrated ability to plan, develop, coordinate, and
implement a youth ministry within the context of The Episcopal Church.
• Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills, interpersonal skills,
conflict management skills, and computer skills.
• Must possess a proven ability to work effectively with youth, diverse individuals, and
teams of volunteers.
 
Please submit via email or hard copy:
• Letter of interest
• Resume
• Office for Transition Ministry portfolio (if applicable)
• References
• Other supporting material (curriculum samples, projects, links to blog or other
website, etc.) welcome but not required
Materials to be submitted to:
Leslie Tomlinson
Executive Assistant
St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church
4800 Belmont Park Terrace
Nashville, TN 37215
 
St. Bartholomew’s is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Position: Director of Youth Formation
Offered By: St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church - Nashville, TN
E-mail: churchoffice@stbs.net
Phone: None
URL: http://stbs.net/

All Saints Episcopal Church in San Diego is currently seeking a new Rector to serve its relatively small, but devoted traditional Ango-Catholic parish, in existance for over 100 years.  Located in Hillcrest, a very diverse community just north of downtown San Diego.

 

Inquiries should contact the Search Team chairperson:  Lucretia Locke.

Position: Rector
Offered By: All Saints Episcopal Church - San Diego, CA
E-mail: gramalulocke@yahoo.com
Phone: None
URL: http://www.allsaintschurch.org/

My name is Ron Roberts and am the search committee chair for Trinity Episcopal Church in Watertown, NY.

We are searching for a full-time rector for our parish.  

Position: Full Time Rector
Offered By: Full Time Rector - Trinity Episcopal Church in Watertown, NY.
E-mail: trinityrectorsearch260@gmail.com
Phone: None
URL: http://trinitywatertown.org/

Anglican Church of the Good Shepherd in San Angelo, TX is searching for a rector. Good Shepherd’s rector will faithfully teach the Holy Scriptures, administer the sacraments, direct the worship, provide pastoral care, and reach out in love to the broader community. We strive to be friendly and welcoming to all who enter our doors and a home for all orthodox Christians who wish to live out their faith in the Anglican way. It is our earnest desire to grow our parish, reaching out to more younger families and others in need of a church home. We are looking for someone with experience growing or helping to grow a parish and who is married with children. Ability and desire to reach out to the community’s substantial hispanic minority would also be a great benefit. The rector must love the Lord Jesus Christ, and prior to being called must be a seminary graduate and be registered with our province (ACNA)

Contact: Jenniferschroeder1213@gmail.com

Position: Rector
Offered By: Rector - Anglican Church of the Good Shepherd in San Angelo, TX
E-mail: Jenniferschroeder1213@gmail.com
Phone: None
URL: https://anglicancgs.com/
Restoration Anglican Church is seeking to hire an Associate Rector.
 
Ordained women and women seeking to begin or complete the ordination process are encouraged to apply for this position.
 
The Associate Rector is a member of the Restoration clergy team which works in collegial partnership with the Rector to advance the strategic plan of the church. The clergy team provides liturgical leadership for Sunday worship gatherings; sacraments of Holy Baptism and Holy Eucharist; the role of celebrant for weddings and funerals; preaching and teaching in a variety of contexts; and pastoral care for those who are hurting.
 
Depending on specific gifts and calling, the responsibilities of the Associate Rector may also include one or more of the following: Strategic Coordination of Ministry and Communication; Oversight of Restoration’s global and/or local partnerships; Leadership of Restoration’s discipleship programs for women; or Pastoral participation in RestoArts (a creative and arts community), APEX (youth ministry), or Kids’ Small Groups (Bible education for children).
 
For a Complete Job Description click here.
 
To Apply: In order to apply, please submit a cover letter describing your current vocational situation and reasons for seeking this position along with a resume of pertinent experience and three references. All materials should be emailed to Restoration’s Personnel Team Leader.
Position: Associate Rector
Offered By: Associate Rector - Restoration Anglican Church, St. Arlington, VA
E-mail: personnel@restorationarlington.org
Phone: None
URL: http://restorationarlington.org/news/restoration-is-hiring/

Associate Rector for Christian Formation
St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, Jacksonville Florida

This Associate will share in all the privileges of ordained ministry including preaching, teaching, pastoral care, and administration.  He/she will assist the Rector in coordinating all Christian formation opportunities for adult parishioners, and will also oversee the ministry of the Director of Children’s Ministry and Director of Youth Ministry.  This Associate will grow the ministries for all families at St. Mark’s with the goal of reaching a broad and substantial number of parishioners with children and/or youth and their friends.  In addition to coordinating adult discipleship, the successful candidate will help develop and support a pathway of discipleship for our younger members by working with other staff and lay leaders to create a coordinated program designed to inspire and nurture Christian faith and service. 

Founded in 1922, St. Mark’s is a community of faith anchored in traditional Anglican theology and liturgy as set forth in the Book of Common Prayer. It is one of the largest churches in the Diocese of Florida, with a school year ASA of ~350 and an annual budget of ~$1.5million.  Known to many in the Jacksonville community because of the nearly fifty-year-old Day School (currently 334 students age 1 through 6 grade), this neighborhood church maintains a healthy balance of long-time generational members combined with those who are new to the Jacksonville community. 

A link to St Mark’s website is www.stmarksjacksonville.org and to the position’s summary description https://stmarksjacksonville.org/welcome/associate-rector-search.html

Inquires should include a cover letter, resume, Office of Transition Ministry portfolio, and a list of three references and may be sent to the Rev. Tom Murray at tmurray@stmarksjacksonville.org  Samples of sermons and/or adult/children/youth formation materials may be requested.

 

Position: Associate Rector for Christian Formation
Offered By: Associate Rector for Christian Formation - St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Jacksonville, FL
E-mail: tmurray@stmarksjacksonville.org
Phone: None
URL: https://www.stmarksjacksonville.org/

Grace Anglican on the Mount is seeking an ordained bi-vocational/ part time rector. We are a small Anglo-Catholic teaching parish committed to expressing the gospel of Jesus Christ through the intentional and faithful expression of the classical patterns of liturgical formation and ministry recovered during the Oxford Movement. We believe that we have a unique charism and ministry to the community, the city, the region, and the nation. Our parish provides an oasis of deep sacramental life and transformational encounters with Jesus Christ, as we work to equip believers for lives of service. Situated like a lighthouse above a city of lost and searching people, we offer a beacon of hope—demonstrating a way of life through continuity with the historic Church.

You can access the full profile at this link: http://www.graceonthemount.org/

 

Please direct your inquiries to the Search Committee Chair,
Starlet
 Baker at starletbaker@gmail.com

Position: Rector at Grace Anglican on the Mount
Offered By: Grace Anglican on the Mount—Pittsburgh, PA
E-mail: starletbaker@gmail.com
Phone: None
URL: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1TVv3DmLbDygw1foyiipPbYiO66EsVo2DNaBMsO9bqCY/edit

Nashotah House Theological Seminary seeks a Residential Chaplain.  Ideally the applicant would be available as early as the fall term of 2018.  This is a "house-for-duty" position intended for a retired priest in good standing. The primary duty of the Chaplain is to assist the Provost and Director of Residential Life in providing for the spiritual well-being of the student body, while also remaining engaged as a leader in the seminary's rich but demanding life of worship, community, and formation. A two year commitment is requested, but negotiable. 

Details are found in the Job Description.

Position: Residential Chaplain
Offered By: Nashotah House
E-mail: registrar@nashotah.edu
Phone: 262-646-6500
URL:
Michael D. Mattes, Ohio Director
CCO
614.264.2682 (cell)
 

Title: CCO CAMPUS STAFF
Ministering to Students: Baldwin Wallace University

Position Description: The CCO Campus Staff person will provide clerical leadership as well as serve as the College & Young Adult Minister at Advent Episcopal.  The individual will provide leadership of Sunday morning services through preaching and administration of the sacraments.  The individual will engage the Gospel and seek to invite 18-25 year olds to engage commit their lives to Jesus Christ and invite them into the ministries and families of Advent.  This individual will call college students of Baldwin Wallace University to serve Jesus Christ with their entire lives.

Accountability:

  • The Campus Staff is accountable both to the CCO Staff Director and Sr Warden of Advent.

Works Closely With:

  • Jr. Warden and vestry of Advent

Responsibilities:

  1. Pursue relationships with Baldwin Wallace students to develop men and women who love Jesus intimately, view the world biblically, live obediently, join Christ’s restoration of creation and invite others to do likewise using CCO’s 3-12-70 model.
  2. With the assistance of student leaders, establish a network of small group Bible Studies, community gatherings as well as service-related opportunities to engage the broader community
  3. Establish an ethos within student groups of being both invitational and evangelistic in nature to further the Gospel on campus
  4. Develop and resource Advent families to “adopt” college students as a means of their having a “home away from home” and to more integrally involve them in our church family.
  5. Invite young adult & college student to engage in worship, community, social, outreach and mission opportunities of Advent.
  6. Invite and equip congregants at Advent to provide hospitality, mentorship and discipleship of college students and youth.
  7. Regularly preach and provide oversight of Sunday morning liturgy for both Sunday morning worship services.  Celebrate and consecrate the elements for and during Holy Eucharist each Sunday.
  8. Willingness to administer the Sacraments and officiate at baptisms, marriages, and funeral and burial services when needed (rare).
  9. Provide regular reports to the vestry and Sr Warden.  Attend vestry and diaconal meetings.
  10. Set-Up regular office hours at Advent and on the campus of Baldwin Wallace. Be present and encourage involvement of youth, college students & young adults in any church wide events.
  11. Recruit students to attend CCO’s Jubilee conference and other CCO transformative opportunities.
  12. Participate in all required CCO Training, raise all necessary CCO Ministry Account funds, complete weekly tracking forms and fulfill any other CCO requirements.

Life Style Commitments:

  • Demonstrate a genuine growing spiritual depth, evidenced by a consistent lifestyle, prayer life, and a devotion to God.
  • Demonstrated skills in small group development, leadership, evangelism and disciple making
  • Personal conduct reflective of CCO Statement of Faith and Core Values, consistent with the CCO employee handbook

Qualifications & Candidate Profile:

  • Ordained or pursuing ordination
  • Gifts of Preaching, Teaching and Shepherding
  • Will have demonstrated skills in relating to lost people & leading them to Jesus.
  • Ability to envision & develop a ministry to engage commuter students.
  • Fully committed to CCO’s Core Purpose of “transforming college students to transform the world.”
  • Fully committed to vision, values, and mission of Advent
  • Has a teachable spirit.
  • Bachelor’s Degree or Higher

 

Position: College & Young Adult Minister
Offered By: College & Young Adult Minister, Advent Episcopal - Westlake OH
E-mail: ccojubilee.org
Phone: 614.264.2682
URL: https://www.adventwestlake.org/

St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church (http://ststephens.com/) is seeking a full time Minister of Youth who will oversee and direct the youth ministry by developing and living into a comprehensive vision for the ministry, ministering directly to youth (grades 6 - 12 and young adult volunteers), and their families through Christ-centered programs, activities, and relationship building.  St. Stephen’s is a well-known and established congregation of 1,300 in the suburb of Edina outside of Minneapolis, MN. The congregation is invested in the spiritual development of its parish and is excited to add an individual to their team who will lead their efforts with youth.

Working in collaboration with a youth ministry team, this person will

  • Provide for weekly opportunities for youth formation, education, and community, principally on Sunday and Wednesday including:
    • A two year pre-Confirmation program for 6th and 7th graders.
    • A two year Confirmation program for 8th and 9th graders.
    • A senior high youth program for 10th through 12th graders.
  • Plan, promote, and lead youth mission trips.
  • Working with the Teens Encounter Christ (TEC) Advisory Group, help plan, promote, and lead TEC, a weekendhttp://ststephens.com/ retreat held twice a year.
  • Recruit, develop, and empower adult and youth volunteers serving in the youth  ministry.
  • Provide pastoral care to youth and their families.
  • Manage administrative tasks such as communications,  youth ministry calendar, budget, etc.

The ideal candidate will have the following:

  • Minimum of 2-3 years experience in youth ministry
  • Bachelor’s Degree 
  • Experience in the Episcopal church tradition or a willingness to learn and teach the tradition
  • Experience in recruiting and developing volunteers
  • Be a team player working collaboratively with clergy, staff and volunteers

Salary and benefits are commensurate with experience.

Please submit your resume and cover letter to Wynesia Jackson at wynesia.jackson@ministryarchitects.com

Position: Full-time Youth Minister
Offered By: Full-time Youth Minister, St. Stephen's Episcopal Church - Edina, MN
E-mail: wynesia.jackson@ministryarchitects.com
Phone: None
URL: http://hireayouthpastor.com/churches/1566/jobs/2318
My contact information is as follows:
Fr. Michael Jarrett
Position: Multiple position available see link below
Offered By: Multiple Opportunities: Trinity on the Border Harlingen, TX.
E-mail: michael@thetrinitymission.org
Phone: 512.426.2228
URL: http://thebordermission.org/jobs/

The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd  (www.goodshepherddallas.org) is seeking a full-time Youth Minister to direct and enhance our ministries with students and their families, including the sixth grade confirmation class and middle and high school youth groups. Good Shepherd is a mid-sized, moderate congregation in an affluent neighborhood in north Dallas.  The church campus is home to a Pre-K thru eighth grade school.

Working in collaboration with the Student Ministry Director, this person will:

  • Provide for weekly opportunities for youth formation, education, and community
  • Plan, promote, and lead youth mission trips and service projects
  • Build relationships with students and their families and provide pastoral care to help create a vibrant student community
  • Recruit, develop, and empower volunteers serving in the youth  ministry.
  • Manage administrative tasks, including communications,  youth ministry calendar, and budget.

The ideal candidate will have the following: a minimum of three years experience in youth ministry or school chaplaincy; a Bachelor’s Degree; experience in the Episcopal church tradition; experience in recruiting and developing volunteers. This person must be a team player working collaboratively with clergy, staff, and volunteers. Salary and benefits are commensurate with experience.

Please submit your resume and cover letter to Wynesia Jackson at wynesia.jackson@ministryarchitects.com

 

Position:
Offered By: Full-Time Youth Minister, The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd - Dallas, TX
E-mail: None
Phone: None
URL: http://hireayouthpastor.com/churches/1566/jobs/2329

Receiving resumes until May 15, 2018.

To be considered for this position, please provide:

  • Cover Letter and Resume
  • Statement of Faith
  • Video Copy of a Sermon
  • References:
    • Personal
    •  Professional
    •  Community
Contact Information:
Andy Reed, Search Committee Chairman
 
For more information about the position visit:
Position:
Offered By: Assistant Rector All Saints' Episcopal Church - Lakeland, FL
E-mail: None
Phone: None
URL:

Click here to view positions available

Application materials and questions about the application process may be submitted
electronically to:

Mrs. Haley Dettra
Assistant to the Vice Rector
 
Questions about this position may be sent to:
 
Father Thomas Kincaid
Vice Rector
Position: Multiple position available see link below
Offered By: Church of the Incarnation - Dallas, TX
E-mail: None
Phone: None
URL:

PART-TIME RECTOR 

 

RECEIVING NAMES UNTIL FEBRUARY 1, 2018

Calvary Episcopal Church is located in beautiful and historic Charleston, South Carolina.  Calvary is a member of the Episcopal Church in South Carolina.  The Episcopal Church in South Carolina is in Province IV of The Episcopal Church.  The work of the rector is governed by the Constitution and Canons of Calvary Episcopal Church, the Constitution and Canons of The Episcopal Church in South Carolina, and the laws of the State of South Carolina.

Overview

Calvary Episcopal Church is seeking a Permanent Part-Time Rector with the possibility of the position developing into a Full-Time Rector. The ideal candidate will be a gifted preacher, a visionary, have a heart for urban ministry, embrace diversity, be open to a progressive approach to social and spiritual issues, and a minister who fully embodies the love of Christ for all of humanity.  The successful candidate will play a strategic role as Calvary seeks to grow into a larger congregation, focused on preserving its rich history and expanding its reach to the surrounding community and the world.

Responsibilities

  • Preaching and presiding over Holy Eucharist
  • Presiding over monthly vestry meetings
  • Overseeing parish ministries and developing and administering Christian formation programs for all ages
  • Preaching and presiding over weddings and funerals
  • Developing a strategic plan for promoting congregational growth, numerically and spiritually
  • Developing a strategic plan for attracting millennials, college students, and residents from the surrounding community
  • Providing pastoral care
  • Leading the annual stewardship campaign

Requirements

  • Ordained or pursuing ordination within the Episcopal Church
  • Multicultural ministry experience
  • Awareness of and sensitivity to social issues affecting minority communities
  • Proven leadership skills
  • Good administrative skills

Compensation

  • Salary and benefits

Application Instructions

Position: Part-Time Rector
Offered By: Calvary Episcopal in Charleston,SC
E-mail: AMcKellar@episcopalchurchsc.org.
Phone: None
URL: https://calvaryrectorsearch.org/about/#content

St. Andrews Church is located on the historic square of Collierville. With excellent schools and small town charm, Collierville is ranked among the best places to live nationally. The parish is a Christian worship community which seeks to serve the Lord through prayer, work, and study. This includes in-reach ministries and outreach partnerships. We practice the healing ministry of Jesus. We give generously to local providers for the poor and needy. We nurture knowledge of Scripture and spiritual practice. We try to facilitate the union of each person with the Triune God.

The ideal candidate will love and serve the Lord and His people. We need an associate who can preach and teach, has people skills, and is comfortable with classical Christianity and traditional faith. We have children and young families and want to continue to grow. We are looking for a full time candidate but will consider part time employment as well.

Rector Jeff Marx

 

 

Position:
Offered By: St. Andrews Episcopal Church - Collierville, TN
E-mail: jeff@standrewscollierville.org
Phone: 901-853-0425
URL: https://standrewscollierville.org/

St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School seeks Assistant Chaplain to begin August 2018.

St. Andrew's-Sewanee School (www.sasweb.org) seeks an Assistant Chaplain with a commitment to boarding and day school education in an Episcopal environment that cultivates creativity, celebrates individuality, rejoices in the natural world, and values grace and forgiveness. This is 10-month, fulltime position and reports to the Head of School.

The Assistant Chaplain’s primary responsibility is to partner with the Chaplain for the oversight of the spiritual life of the school.

The Assistant Chaplain will:

  • Help lead the liturgical life of the community
  • Provide pastoral care for students, faculty, staff, and parents
  • Inspire and coordinate student participation in worship
  • Be responsible for the care and use of the school’s historic St. Andrew’s Chapel
  • Teach an academic religion course
  • Help coordinate campus service program
  • Orient new students and faculty to the liturgy of the Episcopal Church
  • Participate in campus life
  • Help guide the school in maintaining and communicating its Episcopal identity
  • Perform additional duties as directed by the Head of School

As with all faculty members, the Assistant Chaplain serves as a student advisor, is part of a weekend team, and helps plan and execute class trips, retreats, and special events throughout the year. Based on the individual’s talents, interests, and gifts, responsibilities may also include leading afternoon programs and/or sponsoring student clubs.

Qualifications – Applicants must be ordained as priests in the Episcopal Church. Candidates will be expected to have an undergraduate and/or advanced degree and experience in working with adolescents. Special consideration will be given to candidates with experience in adolescent counseling, working or living in a boarding school, community service, and/or coaching.

Compensation – Salary is dependent on education and experience. Benefits include a tuition remission plan, health and dental insurance, worker’s compensation, short-term and long-term disability, group life insurance, participation in the Church Pension Fund, and eligibility for grants for professional enrichment and continuing education.

SAS is a co-ed, independent, Episcopal, boarding and day school serving 250 students in grades six through twelve located in Sewanee, Tenn. Students come from across the U.S. and more than a dozen countries. Faculty and students enjoy a rural mountaintop college town with abundance of outdoor and cultural activities. SAS encourages the development of students as scholars, athletes, and artists. Students commonly participate in multiple sports and extracurricular activities. The school is committed to intellectual, cultural, racial and economic diversity.

St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Applications should be directed to the Search Committee. Please include a letter of introduction, a résumé, and at least two professional references. We will begin reviewing applications immediately and will close applications when the position is filled.

 

Direct applications and inquiries to:

Assistant Chaplain Search Committee
Attn: Andrea Booher, abooher@sasweb.org
St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School
290 Quintard Rd.
Sewanee, TN  37375

 

Position: Assistant Chaplain
Offered By: St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School
E-mail: abooher@sasweb.org
Phone: None
URL: https://www.sasweb.org/page.cfm?p=895
St. Andrew's-Sewanee School (www.sasweb.org) seeks a Chaplain with a commitment to boarding and
day school education in an Episcopal environment that cultivates creativity, celebrates individuality,
rejoices in the natural world, and values grace and forgiveness. This is 12-month, fulltime position and
reports to the Head of School.
 
The Chaplain’s primary responsibility is for the oversight of the spiritual life of the school.
The Chaplain will:
  • Lead the liturgical life of the community
  • Provide pastoral care for students, faculty, staff, and parents
  • Inspire and coordinate student participation in worship
  • Be responsible for the care and use of the school’s historic St. Andrew’s Chapel
  • Coordinate the calendar for Chapel gatherings
  • Teach an academic religion course and guide the religion curricula
  • Orient new students and faculty to the liturgy of the Episcopal Church
  • Live on campus, participate in campus life, and serve as a member of the residential faculty
  • Develop and monitor the Chaplain’s budget
  • Perform additional duties as directed by the Head of School.
As with all faculty members, the Chaplain serves as a student advisor, leads weekend activities, provides
weekend and evening campus supervision, and helps plan and execute class trips, retreats, and special
events throughout the year. Based on the individual’s talents, interests, and gifts, responsibilities may also
include leading afternoon programs and/or sponsoring student clubs.
Qualifications – Applicants must be ordained as priests in the Episcopal Church. Candidates will be
expected to have an undergraduate and/or advanced degree and at least five years of experience in
working with adolescents. A degree or experience in adolescent counseling is preferred as is experience in
working or living in a boarding school setting.
Compensation – Salary is dependent on education and experience. Benefits include a tuition remission
plan, health and dental insurance, worker’s compensation, short-term and long-term disability, group life
insurance, a retirement plan, and eligibility for grants for professional enrichment and continuing
education.
 
SAS is a co-ed, independent, Episcopal, boarding and day school serving 250 students in grades six
through twelve located in Sewanee, Tenn. Students come from across the U.S. and more than a dozen
countries. Faculty and students enjoy a rural mountaintop college town with abundance of outdoor and
cultural activities. SAS encourages the development of students as scholars, athletes, and artists. Students
commonly participate in multiple sports and extracurricular activities. The school is committed to
intellectual, cultural, racial and economic diversity.
 
St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School seeks Chaplain to begin July 2018
 
Applications should be directed to the Search Committee. Please include a letter of introduction, a
résumé, and at least two professional references. We will begin reviewing applications immediately and
will close applications when the position is filled.
 
Direct applications and inquiries to:
 
Chaplain Search Committee
Attn: Andrea Booher, abooher@sasweb.org
St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School
290 Quintard Rd.
Sewanee, TN  37375
Position: Chaplain
Offered By: St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School
E-mail: None
Phone: None
URL: http://www.sasweb.org/page.cfm?p=895

Part Time Rector  - Church of the Cross, Ticonderoga, NY. Located at the confluence of Lake George and Lake Champlain in upstate New York, Ticonderoga is entirely located within the Adirondack State Park and nearly one-third of its land area is part of the State Forest Preserve. A year-round community of approximately 5,200 residents with summer residents increasing the population substantially during the summer and fall months, Ticonderoga is a destination for tourists who love the lakes, mountains, historic landmarks, and a rich education in 18th century history. Ticonderoga’s significant military role in our nation’s early history remains a vital component of the community, with the Fort Ticonderoga historic landmark drawing around 100,000 visitors annually.

Church of the Cross has a strong history in reaching out to the less fortunate – locally, nationally and internationally. The next Rector will find an involved worship community of traditional believers who care for one another and the community as a family. This will be a great church for a bi-vocational or retired priest. We look forward to meeting you. http://churchofthecrossticonderoga.org/ Or find us on Facebook. OTM portfolio available at https://www.episcopalchurch.org/transition-ministry .

Please contact Elizabeth Strickland, Transition Officer, Episcopal Diocese of Albany at estrickland@albanydiocese.org

Position: Part Time Rector
Offered By: Episcopal Diocese of Albany
E-mail: estrickland@albanydiocese.org
Phone: 518-692-3350
URL: http://churchofthecrossticonderoga.org/

Position:  Rector-half to three quarter time, St. Barnabas Episcopal Church McMinnville, Oregon

St. Barnabas is seeking a Rector who has a compelling spiritual life and a passion for the Gospel, is a capable leader who believes in mutual ministry, expecting and supporting lay leadership, and who is willing to be active in the community.  McMinnville is a small city one hour from Portland, Oregon and ½ hour from the Pacific coast.  It is located in the middle of the Willamette Valley wine country with rolling hills, vineyards and evergreen forests.  The city has excellent schools, and active business community and a hospital.  The church building is well maintained, situated in a beautiful natural setting.  St. Barnabas has an on-site soup kitchen that serves dinner 4 nights per week, totaling over 30,000 meals per year.  The Rector serves on the board as the “executive director”.

Requirements:

·        Ordained Episcopal Priest, accessible with an open communication style willing to respond to the needs of parishioners. 

·        Seeks to create Episcopal worship services that bring current members into the presence of God and attract others into that presence.

·        Enjoys a variety of music and seeks to enhance that ministry within the church.

·        Will help facilitate Christian education for children and adults.

·        Actively participates in fellowship and outreach activities. 

 

For more information about this position please contact Senior Warden Henry Kass:

Position: Rector
Offered By: St Barnabas Church - McMinnville, OR
E-mail: henrykass1805@comcast.net
Phone: 503-984-1656
URL: http://www.stbarnabasmcminnville.com/
An open full-time position at St. Matthew's Episcopal Church  in Toledo, Ohio which has become available as a result of the previous Rector’s retirement last May. Currently, we are searching for a qualifying Interim Rector that will help guide and assist us through our journey in procuring our next permanent Rector that God has chosen for us. We further write to welcome you to come to know us, and to invite interested candidates, including alumni, from your seminary to apply for our open position by responding to this correspondence via telephone, email or U.S. mail. St. Matthew’s is a very traditional, faith filled parish, that stands firmly on the Word of God as written. Evidence of that can be found in our parish profile and in our recent Proclamation that is unanimously supported by our Vestry and overwhelmingly supported by our congregation family. We also proclaim who we are through our website (smechurch.org), and in all printed and social media.  Should you have or know of interested candidates at your institution that have heard our Lord’s calling to serve in this position, we welcome and invite them to contact us at our email address:
 
Cora Lind-Kovacs and Mark Tantar
Co-chairs, St. Matthew's Episcopal Church Search Committee
 
Parish address:  5240 Talmadge Rd., Toledo, Ohio, 43623 or
Church Office:  419-473-1187 Tuesday through Friday
 
 
Position: Interim Rector
Offered By: St. Matthew's Episcopal Church - Toledo, Ohio
E-mail: stmatthewstoledosearch@gmail.com
Phone: 419-473-1187
URL: http://smechurch.org/web/

The four descriptors used for the next rector are pastoral, faithful, spiritual and prayerful. This congregation cares for its own and the world around it by providing pastoral care for its members through home visitations, outreach to several ministries within the community and ministries beyond, and yet still entices the public to the church through the ministry of music and art. They are involved with the Diocese and constantly show strong representation at Diocesan events. Although this is a part time position, a well-manicured rectory is provided (with utilities paid), and this would be a perfect ministry for a bi-vocational or retired priest, or a priest whose spouse works. This congregation will be a blessing to its next rector.

You can view St. Luke’s OTM portfolio at  https://www.otmportfolio.org

Please contact Elizabeth Strickland, Transition Officer, Episcopal Diocese of Albany
 

Position: Part time Rector
Offered By: St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Catskill, NY
E-mail: estrickland@albanydiocese.org
Phone: 518-692-3350
URL: http://www.stlukescatskill.org/

We are an urban church searching for a good shepherd who is a spiritual, faith-filled and pastoral priest, who can teach us through Bible study, and help lead us with VBS and teen activities. We reach out to the community around us - helping to serve meals at our local mission, serving lunch at a local park during the summer, inviting outside vendors to our church Bazaar, and more. We are a traditional church with two services on Sunday and a healing service on Wednesdays, while also observing the major Holy Days. If all of this peaks your interest, we invite you to start the conversation.

For more information or to apply for this position, please contact Elizabeth Strickland, Transition Officer, Episcopal Diocese of Albany
estrickland@albanydiocese.org or 518-692-3350 x504

Position: Full Time Rector
Offered By: St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Schenectady, NY, Episcopal Diocese of Albany
E-mail: estrickland@albanydiocese.org
Phone: 518-692-3350
URL: http://www.stpaulsplace.org/index.html

For more information contact Christopher Newman
Ofc:  757-787-4374
Cell:  757-710-3382

As Rector of The Churches of St. George’s Parish, you will serve both St. James in Accomac and St. George in Pungoteague, on Virginia’s Eastern Shore.

Church Website:  www.stgeorgesesva.org

Position: Rector
Offered By: The Churches of St. Georges - Rector
E-mail: None
Phone: 757-710-3382
URL:
FULL-TIME RECTOR: Church of the Good Shepherd – Hemet, CA. is an urban parish
in an ethnically diverse mid-sized town (85,000 pop.) in Southern California. We
are located 80 miles from Los Angeles, 90 miles from San Diego, and 40 miles
from Palm Springs in a semi-arid farming area. Our ASA is approximately 110
people, mostly seniors (55+). Our ideal candidate is an ordained Episcopal priest
with progressively responsible experience as a Vicar, Priest-in-Charge, assistant
Rector or Rector of a similar sized parish; however, recently ordained seminary
graduates will also be considered. We are looking for a Rector with strong skills
and experience in preaching, growth and development, fundraising, and end-of-
life issues who has high personal energy, and who is willing to make a long-term
commitment to Good Shepherd.
 
A detailed description, including general compensation information is available by contacting
our Search Committee Chair 
Edward Moore at search@goodshepherdhemet.org or by visiting
our website at 
goodshepherdhemet.org 
Position: Full-Time Rector
Offered By: Church of the Good Shepherd - Hemet, CA
E-mail: search@goodshepherdhemet.org
Phone: 951-929-1152
URL: http://goodshepherdhemet.org/rector-search/

Visit www.christchurchdenver.org for job description and additional information.

Interested parties can send their resume to Terry McGugan at tmcgugan@christchurchdenver.org.

Position: Associate Rector
Offered By: Associate Rector - Christ Episcopal Church, Denver, CO.
E-mail: tmcgugan@christchurchdenver.org
Phone: 303-758-3674
URL: http://christchurchdenver.org/employment/

St. Paul's Parish in Riverside, Illinois, a National Landmark suburb located 11 miles west of Chicago's Loop, is actively seeking a Rector.  

We are a non-geographic "destination" congregation of mid-size (ASA: 53); Catholic, Anglican, Episcopal, and Benedictine in spirituality and culture.  

A special emphasis is given to education and formation at this parish with fine adult programs and the Montessori-based Catechesis of the Good Shepherd for children.  

The Rector we seek should be dedicated to serving Christ and His people with integrity, dignity, perseverance, intelligence, and a well-developed sense of humor.  Pastoral care is vitally important, as is the ability to be an effective abbatial-style administrator, not only of the seven Sacraments, but also the quotidian work of the parish.  St. Paul's is an endowed parish.  Fiduciary responsibility is a must.  

For more information about our parish, please visit our website:  www.stpaulsparish.org/rectorsearch.

The deadline for applications is October 31, 2017.

Position: Rector
Offered By: St. Paul's Parish - Riverside, IL
E-mail: columbalivia50@gmail.com
Phone: 708-447-1604
URL: http://stpaulsparish.org/site/rector-search/

Might you be called to serve in Dubuque, Iowa, named All-American City four times in the last 7 years?  Our small and committed congregation with a big, beautiful church is searching for a Rector to help lead us into a bright future.  St. John’s is a liturgically diverse parish established in 1848.  If you are a warm and welcoming priest, enjoy community engagement, communicate well, and preside over worship with care, we’d like to meet with you. Details and contact information are available at http://www.iowaepiscopal.org/Bishop/deploymenttransitions.html.

Position: Rector
Offered By: Episcopal Diocese of Iowa
E-mail: None
Phone: 515-277-6165
URL: http://www.iowaepiscopal.org/Bishop/deploymenttransitions.html
  • Mission Director Overview St Michael’s vision is to transform hearts through Jesus Christ.  We seek to do this through transformation across four areas: 1) Heart and Home – all hearts and homes in St Michael’s Church from the cradle to the grave; 2) Holy City – urban ministries in Charleston; 3) Hurting Coast – from Richmond, Virginia to Maine where Christian ...
  • Family Ministry Director Overview St Michael’s vision is to transform hearts through Jesus Christ.  Consistent with our vision is our priority to minister to children and families.  We are hiring a Family Ministry Director who will serve as a member of the formation and pastoral team and have responsibility for overseeing the nursery, preschool, children’s, and youth ministry programs.  ...
  • Discipleship Director Overview St Michael’s vision is to transform hearts through Jesus Christ.  Consistent with the recommendations of the Discipleship Task Force, we are expanding our Discipleship ministry with several new constructs including launching community focused connect groups, an intensive discipleship track and an innovative outdoor worship and discipleship initiative.   To support these new activities and strengthen the ...
  • Alpha Director Overview St Michael’s vision is to transform hearts through Jesus Christ.  For over 20 years, St Michael’s Church has grown and sustained an Alpha ministry that lives into this vision.  The ministry has been a source of local evangelism, foundational education in Christian beliefs, discipleship and growth.  Much of the parish has participated at one time ...

  • Mission Director Overview St Michael’s vision is to transform hearts through Jesus Christ.  We seek to do this through transformation across four areas: 1) Heart and Home – all hearts and homes in St Michael’s Church from the cradle to the grave; 2) Holy City – urban ministries in Charleston; 3) Hurting Coast – from Richmond, Virginia to Maine where Christian ...
  • Family Ministry Director Overview St Michael’s vision is to transform hearts through Jesus Christ.  Consistent with our vision is our priority to minister to children and families.  We are hiring a Family Ministry Director who will serve as a member of the formation and pastoral team and have responsibility for overseeing the nursery, preschool, children’s, and youth ministry programs.  ...
  • Discipleship Director Overview St Michael’s vision is to transform hearts through Jesus Christ.  Consistent with the recommendations of the Discipleship Task Force, we are expanding our Discipleship ministry with several new constructs including launching community focused connect groups, an intensive discipleship track and an innovative outdoor worship and discipleship initiative.   To support these new activities and strengthen the ...
  • Alpha Director Overview St Michael’s vision is to transform hearts through Jesus Christ.  For over 20 years, St Michael’s Church has grown and sustained an Alpha ministry that lives into this vision.  The ministry has been a source of local evangelism, foundational education in Christian beliefs, discipleship and growth.  Much of the parish has participated at one time ...

Position: Assistant for Contemporary Worship
Offered By: St Michaels Church, Charleston, SC
E-mail: Matthew@stmichaelschurch.net
Phone: 843-723-0603
URL: http://stmichaelschurch.net/assistant-contemporary-worship/

St Timothy's Episcopal Church  is looking for a Curate.  The total package is just around $100,000. Stipend is $60,000 plus family health care, pension, etc.

The Reverend Fr. Steve Rice, D.Min. 

Rector, St Timothy's Episcopal Church

Winston-Salem, NC

336.765.0294 - office
336.602.0370 - cell

Position: Curate
Offered By: The Reverend Fr. Steve Rice, D.Min.
E-mail: None
Phone: 336-765-0294
URL: http://www.sttimothysws.org/curate

We are looking for a priest, and you will be in charge. You will not be an associate, but THE PRIEST. Where is this church? In the center of Sportsman's Paradise, Bastrop Louisiana. Are you tired of traffic jams and just too many people? We are a little town of less than 12000, but we are 30 minutes from lots of great shopping and restaurants. Geographically we are less than 5 hours from New Orleans, Little Rock, the Gulf Coast and Dallas. We are a loving conservative church. We have the funds to pay a full time priest. We want a priest that believes the creeds and wants to grow a church by Gods grace and power . We are at the point of making our final decision. Please pray about this, and call me. I will be totally transparent. We are knocking on doors to see which ones will open. God could be calling you to open this door. Larry James Senior Warden 318 348 4891. ljames@larryjames.com

Position: Priest
Offered By: Christ Episcopal Church
E-mail: ljames@larryjames.com
Phone: 318-348-4891
URL: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Christ-Episcopal-Church-Bastrop-Louisiana/473626066012736

St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church in Pewaukee, WI is a suburban church emerging from a two-year priest transition and a three-year priest-in-charge status. It has been said that St. Bartholomew’s is like a proper campfire – the wood is laid, the tinder is in place, and all we need is the spark. St. Bart’s is looking to call its first Rector. We are debt free and ready to engage the wider community. We are blessed with strong, experienced lay leaders that have a variety of gifts and talents to share and wish to collaborate with our Rector as we live into our mission more fully. We believe having varied worship styles, vibrant music ministry, and active children and youth formation are keys to a successful congregation. An important task for us is to discern how we engage the community and how the assets we have are put to better/needed use. We are looking for a rector that will:

  • provide energy and enthusiasm for spiritual growth and development both as individuals and as a parish
  • build sufficient relationships with parish members to encourage new people to step up to leadership roles
  • articulate a vision for St. Bart’s and work with leaders to develop this vision
  • help us discern where God is calling the parish St. Bart’s is located in the City of Pewaukee in the great state of Wisconsin.

Pewaukee is a growing community in the “Lake Country” area. Although it is a city, there remains a country feel…just 6 minutes away from Pewaukee Lake, a popular recreational lake. Located in the heart of Waukesha County, our church is a short drive to Waukesha, the largest city of the county and site of the county government. For more information about Pewaukee see the website for the City of Pewaukee and for more about Waukesha County see the Visit Waukesha County website. Waukesha County is renowned for excellent schools. Pewaukee is home to a K-12 school district and the main campus for Waukesha County Technical College. Carroll University and University of Wisconsin – Waukesha are both about 5 miles from St. Bart’s. Especially significant to Nashotah House alumni, the church is only 13 miles away from the House – that’s less than a 20 minute drive.

Position: Rector
Offered By: St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church, Pewaukee, Wisconsin
E-mail: bean@diomil.org
Phone: 414-272-3028
URL: http://stbartspewaukee.com/#/about-us/our-rector-search

Holy Trinity Parish in Hillsdale, MI. Anglican Church in North America (Diocese of CANA East). Is seeking a part-time; clergy or lay. Reports to the Rector with overall responsibility for the ministry of the church to children and families. Holy Trinity is a traditional Anglican parish in a rural college town where many families live. We currently have six families with a dozen children between them, and great potential for future growth. A ministry of catechesis and spiritual formation for these children would need to be built from the ground up. We are seeking an individual with deep love for Jesus and his kingdom, a passion for discipleship and outreach, and a heart for youth and family ministry. This position is part-time and is open to both clergy and laity; candidates interested in Anglican ordination will have priority. Ability to recruit, train, and coordinate volunteers, and provide education to the congregation as needed. Friendly, affable, and relatable, able to develop bonds with children and productively communicate with their families. Ability to earn trust and maintain confidences where appropriate. Dependable, responsible, organized, self-motivated, and creative. Complete job description can be accessed by copying and pasting this web address into your url box: https://www.nashotah.edu/sites/default/files/alumniEvents/Full_Job_Descr...

Position: Minister for Youth and Families
Offered By: Holy Trinity Parish
E-mail: adam@trinityhillsdale.org
Phone: 517-392-7994
URL: https://www.facebook.com/hillsdaleanglican
The Rector that will help lead our church forward into a heightened identity within the church itself, the community, and the world at large will have the following characteristics.  Leader.  Nurturer.  Communicator.  Administrator.  Our new Rector will also recognize St. Philip's distinguished  history and redefine our  church.
 

 

Position: Rector
Offered By: St. Philip’s Episcopal Church
E-mail: stphilips2017@gmail.com
Phone: 212-316-7421
URL: http://jobs.transitionministryconference.org/jobs/view/st-philips-church-2/

We are seeking an ordained bi-vocational rector. Lapeer, MI is a small town in the thumb area of Michigan. Once a bedroom community to the auto industry, it is now a light manufacturing center.

Mission and Core Purpose: To fulfill the Great Commandment and the Great Commission of Christ Jesus. Making disciples who make disciples. These are evidenced by actions through the year including: a free clothing closet, prayer walks, partial support of a mission family in Malawi, provided in-depth training in healing and prayer, mission trips to out of state locations, sponsoring orphans in Africa, active participation in downtown Lapeer events, we host community wide special events, we participated in the founding of and now house the headquarters for the Refuge Homeless Shelter.

Our leadership team (vestry) models the five purposes of Matthew 22:35-40 and Matthew 28:16-20.

Rector search verses: 1 Peter 4:10-11. 10 As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another, as good stewards of God's varied grace: 11 whoever speaks, as one who speaks oracles of God; whoever serves, as one who serves by the strength that God supplies--in order that in everything God may be glorified through Jesus Christ. To him belong glory and dominion forever and ever. Amen. (ESV)

St. Matthew's Anglican Church resides in a remodeled bank building in downtown Lapeer, Michigan. Our faith-filled parish is striving to meet the challenges of a downtown ministry.

Position: Bi-Vocational Rector could expand to full time in future.
Offered By: St. Matthew's Anglican Church, Lapeer, MI
E-mail: clambert@stmatthewslapeer.org
Phone: 810-845-6238
URL: http://www.stmatthewslapeer.org

The Church of St. Anne in Morrison, Illinois, is composed of approximately 40 active members from various backgrounds and a variety of different social and political viewpoints. The congregation's style is one shaped by the creeds and a deep appreciation for high church liturgy. St. Anne's is an aging parish, seeking a rector who can draw involvement from the community of Morrison and grow the average Sunday attendance. The parish recognizes that in order to survive, they must grow. The congregation has had conflict in the past, and seeks a rector who will be able to help the parish move beyond past conflicts and enable St. Anne's to grow into a robust parish in the Morrison Community.  Please learn more about St. Anne's and Morrison, Illinois, by reading their parish profile. If you would like to submit your name for St. Anne's next rector, please fill out the Clergy Information Form for Transitions.

Position: Rector
Offered By: Church of St. Anne
E-mail: None
Phone: 815-772-2818
URL: https://episcopalchicago.wufoo.com/forms/m1poxgz40cwsj2w/
 

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