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August 17 - Ascension, Houston Seeks Director of Religious Education

Ascension, Houston, seeks a director of religious education to support a comprehensive children’s faith program with a primary focus on Sunday School. This position reports directly to the Rector. The DRE will coordinate with the Parish Life Committee for special events throughout the year. A detailed job description can be found here. To apply, email .


August 17 - St. Christopher's, Houston Seeks Part-time Minister for Children and Families

St. Christopher’s, Houston, seeks a part-time Minister for Children and Families to nurture children (birth through 5th grade) and their families, focusing on their spiritual formation and pastoral care. The Minister for Children and Families will be responsible for overseeing the children’s ministry of St. Christopher’s Church as well as the Day School after-school program. A full job description can be found here. For more information, contact the Rev. Robert P. Goolsby, rector. 


August 17 - Ascension, Houston Seeks Newcomer Minister

Ascension Houston seeks a newcomer minister that will be the first point of contact for all visitors and will help interested visitors join the church and become incorporated into the congregation. This position reports to the Rector. A detailed job description can be found here. To apply, email .


July 21 - Good Shepherd, Friendswood Seeks Director for Youth and Family Ministry

Good Shepherd, Friendswood, seeks a full-time director for a vibrant youth and family ministry that involves formation, weekly programs and annual missions. Successful candidates will foster an environment of shared ministry that forms and empowers children (ages 4-18) to be faithful Christian disciples. Valuable gifts for this position include leadership, administration, teaching, hospitality, encouragement, shepherding, faith, and artistic communication. Social media skills necessary. Applicants should send questions/resumes to Youth Search Chair, 1207 W. Winding Way, Friendswood, TX 77546, or .


July 14 - Trinity, Houston Seeks Sunday School Coordinator

Trinity, Houston seeks a Sunday school coordinator and "tweens' Sunday school class teacher. The coordinator creates a calendar of topics to be studied utilizing the Episcopal Children’s Curriculum, communicates with volunteers and coordinate their availability through email and phone call and will be the primary teacher of the TWEENS (3rd to 6th grade) class. The position requires 4.5 hours per week. A detailed job description can be found here. Applicants should send resume to .


June 2 - Brazos Interfaith Ministries Seeks Executive Director

Brazos Interfaith Immigration Network seeks an Executive Director to help our faith community serve and support immigrants in Bryan-College Station and the surrounding area. The ideal candidate will be highly motivated and results-oriented and deeply committed to justice and facilitating immigrants’ access to legal, educational, and social services. Interested applicants, please email your resume and a cover letter summarizing your qualifications and describing why you would be a successful candidate to . See flier for details. 


May 19 - EHF Seeks Congregational Engagement Officer on Social Transformation for Healthy Communities

The purpose of this position is to support the 150+ Episcopal congregations within the 57 counties of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas, and their community partners, to move from charity-oriented outreach towards creating the social and economic conditions necessary for healthy communities, and to model the practices of healthy communities. The goals are pursued through coaching, capacity building and training, and creating partnerships to advance poverty reduction, racial equity and social connection, nutrition and food security, civic engagement on pro-health policies, child development, and other determinants of health within EHF’s strategic focus. As a member of the Congregational Engagement team, the Officer helps to connect all parts of the foundation to our Episcopal congregations and support the Foundation’s goals by building local coalitions and aligning goals and messaging, among other functions. For the complete job description and application instructions please visit EHF’s Work With Us webpage.


May 16 - St. Stephen’s Episcopal School and Church, Houston, Lab Guru and Lab Guides for Innovative Maker Space (Da Vinci Lab)

The da Vinci Lab for Creative Arts & Sciences is an after school makerspace for students in 5th to 9th grades. The goal of the program is to offer a creative space for middle school students that inspires collaborative learning and cross pollination of learning techniques and creative skills.

Lab Guru: The Lab Guru is the primary teacher within the da Vinci Lab (DVLCAS). This person teaches the staff maintenance and use of equipment, sets the yearly curriculum for DVLCAS with input from the director, and notes the ways in which learning and making happen within the space. Part-Time Monday through Friday with occasional evening and weekend functions; 12-6:30pm. Full Job Description.

Lab Guide: The Lab Guide functions as both teacher within the da Vinci Lab (DVLCAS) and model for creative learning and inquiry for students. This person walks students through projects and oversees skill and technique building.  sets the yearly curriculum for DVLCAS with input from the director, and notes the ways in which learning and making happen within the space. Hourly, Monday through Friday with some evening and weekend functions. 2:00-6:30pm. Full Job Description.



May 5 - St. Francis, College Station, Seeks Accompanist and Choir Director

St. Francis, College Station, seeks qualified candidates for the roles of Accompanist and Choir Director for the Music Ministry. Worship is the heart of St. Francis’ life together, and music is central to our worship. Worship at St. Francis includes a wide variety of music sources and styles and features special choral or solo pieces for inspiration, but centers on music that will be sung by the entire congregation, with leadership from the choir. Previous experience and/or education is required for both positions. Salary commensurate with experience. Both positions are part-time, exempt. Resumes should be submitted to . A full job description can be found here.


May 5 - Good Shepherd, Austin Seeks Children and Family Minister

The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd, Austin, seeks a full-time children and family minister to support, educate, and empower the parish and to organize and manage the ministries to children of. The Children and Family Minister will be directly responsible for overseeing the children’s ministry (infant through 5th grade) of Good Shepherd Episcopal Church and directing the implementation of its mission and vision for the Nursery, Preschool Sunday School, and Elementary Sunday School and spiritually preparing the children of Good Shepherd Episcopal Church for challenges ahead in young adolescence and nurturing in those children a sense of clear Christian identity. Applicants should send resumes to Aimee Bostwick at . A detailed job description can be found here




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