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September 11 - Holy Cross, Sugar Land, Seeks A Communications Manager
Holy Cross Episcopal Church, Sugar Land, seeks a part-time (18-20 hours per week) Communications Manager. Reporting to the Rector, the Communications Manager is responsible for all internal and external communications for the church and school. The Communications Manager will work to communicate the mission and ministry of HCC to existing and prospective members. This role will include creative and administrative aspects. Some key responsibilities include: Manage social media content presence across all relevant platforms. Maintain and update HCC website, including design and technical requirements. Write and edit content for print and digital publications, i.e., notices, announcements, postcards, flyers, brochures. For more information about the position, click here

September 11 - Holy Cross, Sugar Land, Seeks A Youth Leader
Holy Cross Episcopal Church, Sugar Land, seeks a part-time (15-20 hours per week) Youth Leader. Reporting to the Rector, the Youth Leader is an enthusiastic disciple of Jesus Christ with a heart for leading middle and high school students into the same life-changing commitment. He/she is a self-directed team player, who works well with others and sees youth ministry as part of the overall mission of the Church. Some of the responsibilities include: To be present and available to teen youth during their regularly scheduled gatherings on Sundays and to work with families to expand teen ministry to include mid-week programming. To organize and lead, on a quarterly basis, a team of volunteers for special youth events (e.g. lock-ins, concerts, field trips, mission projects, etc.). To present Christ-centered, Bible based lessons that are relevant to youth, and to facilitate face to face small group learning and fellowship. For more information about the position, click here

August 29 - All Saints' Episcopal Day School Seeks A Head of School
All Saints' Episcopal Day School in Austin, TX, is seeking a Head of School for July 2020. All Saints’ Episcopal Day School (ASEDS) is a private, non-profit, coeducational school serving students ages 2 through Kindergarten. The school is housed in the lower level of All Saints’ Episcopal Church, nestled alongside the University of Texas campus. Founded in 1946 by All Saints’ Episcopal Church for the spiritual welfare of children, the school has a current enrollment of 51 students in four classrooms with the potential to grow enrollment to 78 students in five classrooms. All Saints’, regarded as a leader in Austin’s early childhood educational community, seeks a new Head of School to fulfill the mission of this Christian centered school. Being a mission-driven and culturally sensitive community, ASEDS encourages spiritual, intellectual, emotional, physical, and social development in children. Activities in the classrooms, programs, and overall community are meant to create minds that think, hearts that love, and hands that help. Please e-mail resume and cover letter to:  and

August 23 - St. Paul's, Katy, Seeks A Membership/Communications Coordinator
St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Katy is seeking a membership/communications coordinator who is available to work 10 hours a week. Person will be responsible for all membership and visitors of the parish, maintain the schedules of the parishioner Sunday duties, Communicates via website and social media and more. Click here for more information about the position. Send your resume to the Rev. Mark Wilkinson

August 8 - The Episcopal Diocese of Texas, Seeks A Social Media and Multimedia Specialist
Founded in 1836, the Episcopal Diocese of Texas serves over 150 churches across 57 counties in Texas. Headquartered in downtown Houston, we are seeking a Social Media and Multimedia Specialist to manage the organization of the diocese’s varied websites and platforms, and assist with other multimedia functions. Some of the essential functions and responsibilities include: Develop a strategy to unify the diocese’s social media platforms and increase the traffic and followers across all platforms; Ability to develop and utilize electronic templates for ongoing web-based communications; Ability to shoot and edit video as required; Software skills in: MS Office Suite, Adobe Premier and Adobe After Effects, Photoshop and/or Lightroom and more. For more details on the position, click here. Please e-mail resume and cover letter to:

July 29 - St. Francis, Houston, Seeks A Communications Coordinator
St. Francis Episcopal Church is seeking a part time Communications Coordinator (approx. 15 hours/week) This person will be responsible for website maintenance and updates, weekly electronic newsletter and other e-communications, managing social media accounts and uploads to sermon podcast. Experience with computer, software and graphic design programs: Microsoft Word, Excel, Publisher, Outlook, Wordpress, Social Media, InDesign, Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Squarespace. Please send resume with references and link to portfolio if applicable to the Rev. Stuart Bates at   AND copy Amy Homer at  . You may call Amy for more information at 832.325.2983. Job outline can be found here

July 23 - St. Matthew's, Austin, Seeks A Family Ministry Coordinator
St. Matthew’s seeks a person to continually adapt and execute a family ministry program for 400 adults and children across the following areas: worship, Christian education, social interactions, and community service.  The FMC will primarily focus on kids from birth through fifth grade and their parents/guardians, while working with the youth ministry and the clergy on a comprehensive vision for the church across those same four areas. $40k salary with yearly evaluations and salary growth potential, single coverage health Insurance provided, paid time off, flexible hours. For more information about the position, click hereInterested parties should contact the Rev. Merrill Wade at  with a resume and an explanation of how their education/work experience have been successful in addressing the seven points of consideration above.  

July 22 - St. James', Austin, Seeks A Director of Family Ministries
The Director of Family Ministries, in cooperation with the Rector, is responsible for overseeing the Christian formation of children and youth (ages 0-18). They will oversee and implement programs and individual events designed to help children and youth grow in faith and to foster a community where families may nurture, befriend, and support one another. This work includes: supervision of the nursery staff, Sunday morning Sunday school using the Godly Play curriculum, the development of youth gatherings, and occasional special multigenerational events. They will supervise a team of volunteers, will be regularly visible in Sunday worship, and will become a partner to parents and grandparents in the formation of their children. This is a part-time position, 20 hours/wk, starting at $20/hour. Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter to the Rev. Eileen O’Brien, . Click here for more information about the position. 

July 18 - Christ the King, Humble/Atascocita, Seeks A Part-Time Nursery Worker
Christ the King seeks a Nursery Worker to provide a safe, nurturing, and clean environment for our kids up to 4 years of age. The Nursery Worker is also a caregiver and will provide proper care to our children during church services and special events. This part-time position will: Provide for the care, safety, and play of children in the Nursery from 9:30 a.m.-11:45 a.m. every Sunday. Work on special services such as Wednesday evening Bible Studies, Christmas Eve, and Easter. Be available for children in the nursery at any time during the service, and more. Click here for a more detailed job description. Send resumes with references to The Rev. David Nelson at

July 17 - Trinity, Longview, Seeks A Full-Time Youth and Family Minister
Trinity Episcopal Church in Longview, Texas is seeking a full-time Youth and Family Minister. We are looking for a Christ-centered, team player to join a mission-focused staff. Should be a person of prayer and discernment, open listening to the Holy Spirit and other people. Help us build a lay ministry team to reach youth, children, and families in a growing church in a town of 90,000.  Parish School with K-12 enrollment over 300 will be one primary mission field. Must be confirmed member of the Episcopal Church or close ecumenical partner. Looking for a person of strong Christian faith and integrity with outstanding interpersonal and professional skills. Competitive compensation and benefits. Salary negotiable depending on qualifications.  Housing supplied for right candidate if there is need. See complete job description here. To apply, please send a cover letter, resume, and three professional references to the Rev. Bill Carroll.  Inquiries may also be directed to him at the above address or by phone: 903.399.1190.  

July 16 - Saint Andrew's, Bryan, Seeks A Part-Time Director of Music
Saint Andrew’s, Bryan, has a goal of offering excellent liturgy that reflects the glory of God. They're seeking a part-time Director of Music who can help the congregation fulfill this goal. The Director of Music’s responsibilities include playing the organ for the 9:00 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. Sunday services, Holy Days, weddings, funerals, and other special services as needed; rehearsing and directing the Saint Andrew’s chancel choir; rehearsing and directing the Saint Andrew’s handbell choir; providing other instrumental music and hiring and rehearsing additional musicians, as necessary. In consultation with the Rector, the Director of Music will also select anthems, psalm settings, service music, hymns, and other choral pieces. Other responsibilities include planning concerts, recitals and other performance opportunities; and carrying out administrative duties such as participating in staff meetings. A bachelor’s degree in music is required. Advanced degrees are preferred. Interested parties should send a résumé, cover letter, and three references to . For a full ministry description please visit Saint Andrew’s website.  

July 16 - Episcopal High School, Bellaire/Houston, Seeks A School Chaplain
EHS is looking for a full-time chaplain, to begin in the 2019-2020 school year. Responsibilities include the coordination of daily chapel services, teaching classes in the Religion department, and pastoral care to students, faculty, and staff. Candidates must be ordained Episcopal clergy and have a passion for school ministry, a strong educational background, an ability to communicate and connect well with young people and collaborate effectively with colleagues, and a willingness to participate in other areas of school life. Please send a letter of interest with a resume to Nguyet Pham (Dean of Faculty) or Zach Schwarz (Assistant Dean of Faculty) at  . More information can be found here.

July 16 - St. John's, New Braunfels, Seeks A Part-Time Youth Minister
St. John's, New Braunfels is currently looking for a part-time youth minister. Some of the responsibilities include: Reporting to the Rector, the Youth Minister supports the ongoing youth ministry (6th-12th grades) at St. John’s Episcopal Church by building deep and meaningful relationships, modeling a Christ-like lifestyle and attitude, assisting and leading ministry events, and aiding in the transformative education of students. Click here for more information about the position. To apply, send the following to Pamela Johnson, Parish Administrator 1) cover letter, 2) resume that includes detailed work experience, and 3) three references, including their title and contact information. 

June 25 - The Center for Youth Ministry, Seeks A Texas Development Director
The Texas Development Director position will be responsible for implementing the development strategies for the Center for Youth Ministry Training’s Texas Region. Reporting to the Development Director, the TX Development Director's primary responsibility is to generate greater and more sustainable revenue for CYMT by expanding CYMT’s support in the Texas Region. This position will work closely with CYMT Area Boards in Texas. Responsibilities include: train Texas Area boards in fundraising and networking efforts, manage CYMT donor database and records, and more. Click here for a full description of the position. To apply for this position, please send a copy of your resume and cover letter to  . For transparency, please include your salary expectations so that we can quickly determine if your salary needs align with CYMT’s budget.

June 13 - Christ Church Cathedral, Houston, Seeks A Part-Time Social Media Manager
Christ Church Cathedral seeks a part-time, experienced digital and social media manager to use digital tools to foster community and awareness, encourage participation in/attendance at church services and events to members as well as future visitors, give members tools with which to invite others and digitally evangelize, and to strengthen spiritual connection via online media. Responsibilities include: manage Cathedral’s Facebook and Instagram accounts, including daily posting and event uploading, photograph and post to social media throughout Sundays and at some events, moderate and encourage appropriate user-generated content. More information about the position can be found here. Please send cover letters, resumes, and examples of social media work (including your role in the work) to Victoria Ludwin. Deadline: June 28, 2019. Starts mid-August. No phone calls, please.

June 13 - Calvary Episcopal Preparatory, Richmond, Seeks A Head of School
Calvary Episcopal Preparatory (CEP) in Richmond, Texas, is seeking a Head of School for July 2020. CEP is a PK-3 through 12th grade Episcopal parish school, with approximately 180 students, in Fort Bend County, the 5th fastest growing county in the US in 2017.  In its 63-year history, Calvary has earned a reputation for academic excellence, a faculty and staff that nurtures the concept of family, well-rounded students, involved parents, and a supportive parish. The next Head of School will have a proven track record as an educator and leader, a minimum of a master’s degree, and will understand that the school offers an unusual opportunity for servant leadership. Interested candidates should provide a resume, cover letter highlighting your interest and fit for the position, a statement of educational philosophy, a list of five (5) references with all contact information, as a single PDF to the consultants by August 1, 2019, to: Dr. John W. Cooper, Senior Consultant, The Education Group. You can also email or call 210.315.3358 for more information. See full position profile here.

June 13 - St. Mark's, San Antonio, Seeks A Director of Children's Ministry
St. Mark’s Episcopal Church is a historic downtown congregation in San Antonio of over 1000 members is searching for a Director of Children's Ministry. They are seeking an individual who will be responsible for: organizing and administrating all children’s ministry programming and events, recruiting, training, and supervising volunteers to be an essential and valued part of the Children’s Ministry, serving as a resource and a facilitator for parents and volunteers in meaningful ministry and more. For more information about this position click here. Please email cover letter and resume to Rachel Dugger.

May 31 - Church of the Heavenly Rest, Abilene, Seeks A Director of Communications
Founded in 1883, Heavenly Rest is a dynamic, growing parish in the Episcopal Diocese of Northwest Texas. In recent years, the congregation has grown substantially, thanks in part to an effective New Member Formation program. The parish has recently called a new rector and is well-positioned to increase its profile in the Abilene community and beyond. The primary responsibility of the Director of Communications will be to create a cohesive message that reflects the vibrancy and faithfulness of the Heavenly Rest community to audiences inside and outside the parish. The Director must be able to use strong writing skills to produce press releases and communicate with media outlets in the Abilene area. More information about the position can be found here. Please send a resume and a cover letter by July 1, 2019 to: The Reverend David F. Romanik.

May 30 - Christ Church Cathedral, Houston, Seeks A Part-Time Assistant for Latino Ministry
Christ Church Cathedral in Houston is searching for part-time Assistant for Latino Ministry. This is part-time (24-hours a week) position. The Assistant to the Latino Ministry will work under the supervision of and report directly to the Canon Missioner for Latino Ministry. Some of the duties include: assisting the Canon Missioner for Latino ministry, being available to assist any other clergy serving the Latino Congregation as needed, responsible for maintaining the Latino Ministry calendar and more. For more information about the position click here. Any person interested please contact: the Rev. Canon Simon Bautista

May 20 - St. David's, Austin, Seeks A Controller
St. David’s Episcopal Church in downtown Austin, TX is searching for a Controller to be hired by June/July 2019. This is a full-time position with benefits; salary will be commensurate with experience. The correct person meets the essential duties and responsibilities, as well as having the necessary education and experience. If you feel called to this position, please review the attached job description and submit your cover letter, resume, and three references to the following address, or you may email them to . The deadline for submission is 1 June 2019.

May 20 - St. Martin's, Houston, Seeks A Coordinator of Audio Visual Services
St. Martin’s Episcopal Church in Houston is currently seeking a full-time Coordinator of Audio Visual Services. This role will support the Church by managing technical services, including events, audio-visual equipment, and relevant facility operations; assists with all audio/video needs of the church and its entities; works with staff and parishioners in education and coordinating their audio/visual needs. He or she must be committed to the Mission and Core Values of St. Martin’s Episcopal Church. Some of the tasks and responsibilities include: Audio/video coordination for the church and its entities, manage vendors related to any audio/video needs of the church, and more. Click here for more information about the position. Resumes may be emailed to

May 20 - St. Martin's, Houston, Seeks A Director of Food Services and Chef
St. Martin’s Episcopal Church in Houston is currently seeking a full-time Director of Food Services and Chef. This role will support the Church by providing appropriate food service for church programs and special events. He or she must be committed to the Mission and Core Values of St. Martin’s Episcopal Church. Some of the tasks and responsibilities include: Train and supervise kitchen staff members to ensure proper food preparation, sanitation and service, develop creative, nutritious and cost-effective menus, and more. Click here for more information about the position. Resumes may be emailed to

May 14 - St. Mark's, Austin, Seeks A Director of Youth and Children's Ministry
The Director of Christian Formation, in cooperation with the Rector, is responsible for overseeing the Christian formation of all members of the church. The Director will assist the Rector as available with adult education. He/she will oversee and implement programs and individual events designed to help children and youth grow in faith and to foster a community where they may nurture and support one another. These include Sunday morning formational programs for all ages, a weekly Sunday-afternoon youth group (grades 6-12), and occasional special events. The Director will supervise a team of volunteers. The Director will regularly be visible during Sunday's worship and at the parish Day School. He/she will commit to pray regularly for the parishioners of St. Mark’s. Click here to read more about the position. Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter to Zac Koons at .

May 8 - All Saints', Austin, Seeks A Full-Time Director of Children and Youth Programs
All Saints' Episcopal Church in Austin, Texas, seeks a full-time Director of Children and Youth Programs. Are you passionate about helping children, youth, families, and adults grow in the Christian faith to serve God? Are you organized? Are you decisive? Do you get things done? If yes, we want to talk to you. The Director will be responsible for programmatic activities such as (1) Sunday morning programs for all children and youth programs including nursery, Sunday school, and Children’s chapel; (2) planning and implementing EYC mission trips; and (3) serving as liaison to All Saints’ Episcopal Day School, as well as administrative and communication responsibilities associated with the position.  For complete job description, please click herePlease send a letter of interest with resume to