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December 22 - The Beacon Day Center Seeks Laundry/Shower Coordinator

The Beacon Day Center in Houston seeks a laundry/shower coordinator to be responsible for the co-management of the laundry and shower area in The Beacon, including the supervision of and coordination of volunteer staff. The LSC’s first responsibility is to ensure that Beacon clients have a positive experience in accordance to the The Beacon mission, “restore dignity, self-respect and hope.” Volunteers helping support this mission should be valued also. The LSC will support the Chief Operating Officer and Directors with the overall goals of the program including organization, cleaning, cost controls, budget and maintenance of The Beacon laundry and shower facilities. The position is full-time with benefits. The work week is currently Thursday through Monday, off Tuesday and Wednesday. The hours of operation for the Beacon are 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Interested parties should send a resume and three references to Mike Puccio at  .


December 21 - Holy Cross, Sugar Land, Seeks Youth and Children Ministry Leader

Holy Cross, Sugar Land, seeks a full-time ministry leader for its Youth and Children programs. This position will lead a team that provides Christian education, and fosters spiritual growth, for children from pre-school age thorough high school. This person will create age-appropriate opportunities for fellowship and involvement in missions and service. The Ministry Leader will also work to integrate the children and youth into the overall parish life of Holy Cross. The Youth and Children Ministry Leader will report directly to the rector. A detailed job description can be found on our website here. To apply, please contact Mark Kurtz by email at .


November 18 Trinity, Houston, Seeks Part-time Organist/Choirmaster

Trinity, Houston seeks a part-time organist/choirmaster. The successful candidate will have a history of working in a liturgical church setting. A minimum of five years experience is preferred. A bachelor’s degree in music is required. Advanced degrees are preferred. The organist/choirmaster is responsible for music at our 10:30 a.m. service of Holy Eucharist and other special services, including playing the organ, rehearsing and conducting the semi-professional Trinity Choir, and selecting hymns, psalm settings, service music, and anthems. Works closely with the rector as part of the parish's overall program. A full job job description may be found here. Interested parties should send a résumé, cover letter, and three references to .


November 17 - EDOT Seeks Canon/Director for Mission Amplification

The Episcopal Diocese of Texas seeks a Canon for Mission Amplification to lead the team responsible for multiplying and supporting Episcopal Christian communities in and of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas. The Canon will oversee the Mission Amplification team under the direction of the Canon to the Ordinary/Chief Operating Officer. This team is charged with the planting of 18 new congregations, 150 new missional communities, 20 new campus missions by 2030, and the support and coaching of 153 existing congregations. The Canon’s role will include collaborating with the Executive Team, including Bishop Diocesan, C. Andrew Doyle, to design strategies and steward significant resources; coaching, organizing and leading the mission amplification team strategically; and bearing the vision through the team and into the Diocese. This is a full time position with competitive salary and generous benefits. Relocation expenses to Houston are included, and relocation to Houston is required. Please email an OTM portfolio and resume by December 15, 2016 to the Rev. Canon Kai Ryan at  . A detailed job description cane be found here


October 21 - Trinity, the Woodlands Seeks Minister for Community Life and Discipleship

Trinity, The Woodlands, seeks a minister for community life and discipleship that will have oversight for the programs which develop the faith formation of children, youth, adults, and seniors. Responsibilities include oversight of the online faith formation, the children’s groups and youth ministry. The minister will also act as a resource for adult and senior discipleship and formation ministries. Additionally, they work with a team to design, facilitate, and evaluate events which intentionally gather together the generations. A detailed job description can be found here. For more information contact the Rev. Gerald Sevick, rector, at


October 17 - St. Paul's Episcopal Day School, Waco Seeks Head of School

St. Paul's Episcopal Day School, Waco seeks a Head of School. The ideal candidate will possess a Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in a related field and prior experience in curriculum design/management is preferred, as well as a working knowledge of the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program. Experience in private/parochial schools is preferred, but not required. Candidates should submit the following documents electronically to Chuck Stewart at , before November 15, 2016: Letter of interest, Current CV or resume, statement of educational philosophy, statement of personal faith and a list of three to five professional references. Further information can be found here


October 13 - Trinity, Houston Seeks Administrative Assistant

Trinity, Houston (1015 Holman Street) has an opening for a full-time Administrative Assistant requiring strong people, computer, and social media skills. Please submit resume to by November 1, 2016.


September 14 - Holy Cross, Sugar Land, Seeks Communications Coordinator

Holy Cross, Sugar Land seeks a Communications Coordinator who will be responsible for all internal and external communications for the Church and its Preschool. This person must have excellent verbal and written communication skills and prior experience with graphic design, advertising, and marketing. This position reports to the Rector. A detailed job description can be found here. To apply, contact Mark Kurtz by email at .


September 2 - Grace Episcopal Church and School, Houston, Seeks Part-time Bookkeeper

Bookkeeper, part time (15-20 hrs/wk). 5 years experience minimum with QuickBooks & business experience in double-entry bookkeeping. Additional duties: payroll (25-30 staff, bi monthly) including tax filing plus pension preparation, quarterly & annual reporting: local/state/federal, general ledger accounting-payables, and monthly financial preparation including bank reconciliation for monthly church & school board meetings. Assemble annual audit documentation. Compensation: $25/hr, non-benefits position. Submit: resume & cover letter to . A full description can be found here.



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