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June 22 - St. Paul's / San Pablo, Houston, Seeks A Part-Time Youth Ministry Leader
St. Paul's / San Pablo is looking to hire a part time Youth Ministry Leader to lead the youth / young adult group and prepare youth for Confirmation. The preferred candidate must have knowledge of the Episcopal faith, possess some teaching experience with youth,  bilingual in the Spanish language and be culturally competent in communicating with the Latino/Hispanic culture and community. The Confirmation classes are generally held on Sunday mornings during the religious education hour and the youth group meets during the week.The time commitment is about 10 hours per week depending on liturgical and seasonal events. Rate of pay is commensurate with experience. There are no confirmation classes over the summer. The position is now open. For more information or to apply please send your letter of interest and resume to Rev. Ed Gomez, .

June 20 - Camp Allen, Seeks A Communications & Development Coordinator
Camp Allen is seeking a full-time Communications Coordinator to be responsible for Camp Allen's graphic design, marketing collateral, social media, and assist with development administration tasks. The position also includes customer interface both with event planning and manager shifts. A bachelors degree is preferred and Adobe CS knowledge is required. Employee will receive full benefits, competitive salary, pension opportunities and Camp Allen cookies. Please submit a resume and cover letter to .

June 20 - St. Timothy's, Lake Jackson, Seeks A Youth and Family Minister
St. Timothy's Episcopal Church in Lake Jackson, TX is seeking full-time minister to lead our youth and small-group ministries as well as to provide support for our children's Sunday School programs. We are a large pastoral-sized congregation that loves the Lord. We have a very strong affinity for the arts - choral performance, theater and symphony. We love to have fun together and people tell us we are a very friendly and welcoming congregation. We are kid-friendly as well as a multi-generational, so it is not uncommon to find kids, young parents, middle-aged and older members all serving, learning and having fun side-by-side. This unordained position reports to the Rector and will oversee a group of lay teachers, parent volunteers and other lay leaders. Click here for more information. 

June 7 - St. John's, La Porte Seeks A Lead Child Life Specialist
St. John's is looking for a Lead "Child Life Specialist" for their After School Program, which serves at-risk students ages five years to fifth grade.  Primary responsibilities include tutoring and assistance to the director as needed. Must be at least 18 years old, be a high school graduate or have earned a GED and have two years experience working with children. Hours: 3:15 - 6:15 p.m. M-F.  Off on major holidays and the summer months. Please contact Tina Lippincott at 281.470.2575 for more details. For more information about the position click here

June 6 - Trinity, Baytown Seeks A Part-Time Parish Secretary
Trinity is looking for a self-starter who is faithful, organized, productive, and has both experience and integrity. Creativity and experience particular to churches is an advantage. The part-time position is open immediately until filled and will be 25 hours a week with competitive pay and no benefits. Preference given to those who are not part of the parish. Full description of the position can be found here. Please send a cover letter with resume to

June 6 - Trinity, Baytown, Seeks A Part-Time Organist/Music Director
Trinity is seeking a someone with solid interpersonal skills who is an experiences organist familiar with liturgical traditions and directing a small choir (who does their homework and sings in part with practice) for our 9:00 a.m. service (& special holidays). If one is not already familiar with the Episcopal tradition, we will provide training and a mentor for those willing to learn. Full description of the position can be found here. For more information, contact:

June 4 - St. Christopher's, Houston, Seeks A Youth Intern
The Youth Ministry Intern will assist with the youth and children’s ministry team in facilitating youth and children’s activities, special events, and promoting the programs to the church and community to encourage growth and the addition of new participants to the group. This includes any duties or responsibilities pertaining to programming, events, and communication with students, parents, and parishioners. The ideal candidate would be a college-aged student, hoping to enter the ministry, though not required, and able to commit for the majority of the summer and/or beyond. The parish of St. Christopher’s is a very supportive and inclusive community that desires success in this area of ministry. This position will be very flexible to meet the needs of the candidate. Please email Christina Swidrak, Parish Administrator at to apply.

May 30 - St. James the Apostle, Conroe, Seeks A Head of School
St. James seeks a Head of School to continue and grow St. James Episcopal Day School’s mission of providing families with a premier educational experience, as it has for more than 40 years. The Head of School leads a 24-member staff overseeing more than 90 students (infant to pre-kindergarten) on a wooded, 18-acre campus in the heart of burgeoning Montgomery County. Applicants should have at least a bachelor’s degree, preferably related to education and/or child development, and 3-5 years’ experience teaching and/or school administration. Please send a cover letter and resume to the Rev. Jerald Hyche, Rector, at . Find more information about the school at www.stjames-conroe.org/school

May 25 - Christ Episcopal Church, Temple Seeks A Part-Time Organist 
Christ Episcopal Church, Temple seeks a part-time organist to play organ and piano for worship services, choir rehearsals, weddings and funerals. S/he will be under the direction of the Director of Music. The successful candidate should have had work experience as a church organist.  A Bachelor of Music or a Bachelor of Arts degree or higher is preferred. Ideally, the new organist will begin July 1, 2018. For a candidate who is particularly well suited to the position, an alternate start date may be negotiable. Competitive salary based on education and experience.  To apply, please send a cover letter, curriculum vitae and contact information for at least three references to by June 15, 2018. Read a full description of the position here.

May 21 - EDOT, Seeks A Missioner for Congregational Vitality
The Episcopal Diocese of Texas seeks a Missioner for Congregational Vitality that will help develop and deliver peer-learning cohorts for clergy and laity of the diocese, coordinate a calendar of training and assessments and collaborate with members of the Mission Amplification team and other EDOT staff to design and deliver education in innovative ways. A detailed job description can be found here. Interested candidates should email a resume and cover letter to the Rev. Canon Joann Saylors.

May 16 - St. Thomas, College Stations, Seeks A Part-Time Youth Director
St. Thomas, College Station Seeks a part-time youth minister. The successful candidate will have a bachelor’s degree or be working towards a bachelor’s degree in a related field, be experienced in youth work and be Biblically literate. Duties include weekly programs for junior and senior high school students, Sunday school formation for the same ages, recruiting and training others for youth events, host special events and lead youth confirmation classes. View job description here and send resume and cover letter to the Rev. Angela Cortinas.

May 15 - St. Cyprian's, Lufkin, Seeks A Part-Time Children's Education Director
St. Cyprian's, Lufkin is seeking a Part-Time Children's Education Director with responsibilities for Sunday morning Sunday School and Children’s Church. Also a week night program once a week during the school year with a Summer VBS program. Creativity, energy, organization and team building along with a love for children and families would make for a great candidate. Please call Ralph Morgan at 936.639.1253 or email him at for more information.

April 30 - The Episcopal Health Foundation, Seeks An Administrative Assistant
The Episcopal Health Foundation seeks a new Administrative Assistant who will serve as the primary receptionist for EHF and provide administrative and problem-solving support for the Foundation’s administrative and program teams. Qualified candidates should visit our website to learn of the primary responsibilities, required qualifications and skills and to read the complete job description with instructions for applying For more information, click here

April 20 - St. Martin's, Houston, Seeks A Full-Time Director of Student Ministries
St. Martin’s Episcopal Church of Houston, TX is seeking a full-time Director of Student Ministries. As the largest Episcopal Church in the U.S., St. Martin’s recognizes its responsibility to share the news of the grace of Jesus Christ with as many students as possible.The purpose of the Director role is to help young people establish meaningful relationships with Jesus Christ and to support parents as their children grow. The Director is responsible for overseeing and supporting St. Martin’s Junior High and High School Student Ministry programs. This includes leading a ministry staff, engaging and coordinating a large group of volunteers, and development and overseeing the ministry’s programs. For more details on the job description, click hereQualified candidates should send a cover letter and resume to

April 6 - Texas Episcopal Service Corps Positions (Ages 21-29)
Texas Episcopal Service Corps is a year-long fellowship that encourages intentional mission community in the Houston and Galveston County areas. The program provides the time and space for young adults to work for social justice, grow as leaders and live in community. Texas ESC has partnered up with the several service sites in Houston and Galveston County. The open positions can be found here

April 6 - EDOT, Seeks A Church Planter
The Diocese of Texas is actively identifying leaders and locations to plant new communities that are faithful to our Episcopal tradition and responsive to the context they are planted in, reaching those that are not yet participating in Christian community. A detailed job description is available here. More information on EDOT church planting work can be found here. Interested candidates should contact Jason Evans or Francene Young.

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