December 10 - St. Martin's, Houston, Seeks A Sous-Chef
St. Martin’s, Houston is currently seeking a full-time Sous-Chef. The person in this role will assist the Director of Food Services and Chef in overall kitchen operation while implementing meal services for staff and parishioners. The Sous-Chef must be committed to the Mission and Core Values of St. Martin’s Episcopal Church. Some of the tasks and responsibilities include: Assist Director of Food Service and Chef and act as his back-up when necessary, prepare and oversee all food preparation for meal service, ensure food levels in hot line are adequate during meal service and more. For information about this position can be found here. Resumes may be emailed to
December 6 - 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 here. Interested 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.
December 6 - St. John the Divine, Houston, Seeks An Executive Assistant to the Associate Rector
The Executive Assistant is responsible for managing the day-to-day activities of the Associate Rector’s office in a one-on-one working relationship. The Executive Assistant serves as the primary point of contact for internal and external constituencies on all matters pertaining to the Associate Rector’s office. The ideal individual will have the ability to exercise good judgment in a variety of situations, with strong written and verbal communication, administrative, and organizational skills. The Executive Assistant must be able to work under pressure and handle a wide variety of activities and confidential matters with discretion. This position is full-time, non-exempt, with a Monday – Friday schedule. For more information and to apply, click here.
December 3 - St. Dunstan's, Houston, Seeks A Member Service Coordinator
St. Dunstan's is seeking a part-time Members Service Coordinator. The goal of the Members Service Coordinator is to welcome, direct and provide information to people visiting and calling the church office. This person would be responsible for maintaining electronic & paper membership data files, reporting, and maintaining parish records. The Members Service Coordinator will maintain the parish events calendar, upload monthly schedules to the church website, create and print weekly/occasional leaflets, monthly/annual cards, ministry information, name tags and assist with other small administrative tasks as needed. Must have good people skills, process orientated with strong organizational skills and an attention to detail. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office Suite. Part-time position 19.5 hours/week. For more information about the position, please contact: Laura Riggs.
November 25 - Ascension, Houston, Seeks An Organist/ Choir Director
Working in collaboration with the rector, the Organist/Choirmaster will play organ, piano and lead the choir at the main Sunday Eucharist as well as special services related to feast days such as Christmas, Easter, Ash Wednesday and Holy Week. Ascension's Organ is a 1983, 2- manual Gress Miles Pipe Organ comprising of 24 ranks on Two Manuels, with six manual divisions on swell and great. Additionally, there is a Zimbelstern and toe studs for generals and pedals. This is a part-time position consisting of approximately 12-hours per week on Wednesdays and Sundays. Three main responsibilities include: plan, organize and lead the ministry of music; play piano and organ and direct the Choir in our Music for our various liturgies; manage the extensive Music Library at Ascension, Houston. More information about this position can be found here.
November 19 - EDOT, Seeks Area Missioners
The Episcopal Diocese of Texas is recruiting Area Missioners to empower and equip the baptized to do the ministry of the church in an assigned geographical areas. Depending on the area served and its population growth or decline, the area missioner may be called upon to lead efforts at starting new congregations and may also be the primary clergy leader for congregations served in that area. More details can be found here. Please email an OTM portfolio and resume to .
November 18 - Holy Family in East Houston, Seeks Two Children's Liturgical Hosts
Holy Family in East Houston is looking for a detail-oriented Children’s Liturgical Host to join Holy Family HTX: a growing Episcopal church for people without a church. All roles in our church require a commitment to the pursuit and practice of anti-racist leadership and a commitment to LGBTQIA+ inclusion. The Children’s Liturgical Host is responsible for providing memorable moments of hospitality for children so that children can fully, actively, and consciously participate in the liturgy. The right candidate will have an instinctive ability to curate dependable, safe, predictable, and hospitable environments. More information on this position can be found here. For more information, contact
November 18 - Grace Episcopal School, Houston, Seeks A Curriculum Coordinator
Grace Episcopal School in Houston is seeking a Curriculum Coordinator. Some of the responsibilities include: curriculum: review, develop, and implement curriculum in alignment with School goals; professional development: develop and implement teacher professional development activities to support curriculum implementation and School goals; assist Head of School and Vicar with preparation for accreditation process and more. For more information, contact: Edolia James.
November 18 - Grace, Houston, Seeks A Nursery Caregiver
Nursery Caregivers at Grace provide for the physical, emotional and intellectual stimulation and safety of children ages 0-4 years. The position requires physical ability to carry small children, as well as getting down on the floor to play with them. It is also important that the person is skilled in calming a child if need be. Works under the direction of the vicar. Some of the responsibilities include: check-in and check-out children to the nursery according to safety guidelines; provide safe and nurturing environment for children, ages 0-4, during Sunday morning worship and other selected events; manage inventory of toys, manipulatives and sanitation supplies. For more information, contact: Elizabeth Martin.
November 7 - Episcopal Health Foundation, Seeks A Program Officer
EHF is seeking a Program Officer to join their dynamic team. While our Program Officers are generalists and work with a wide variety of grantees, we envision that this Program Officer will take a leading role in our work with non-clinical community-based organizations that are involved in increasing access to health-related services and building agency and capacity within community members to advocate for their optimal health. This work is described in our Strategic Plan, Strategies 5 and 6, which you should read before applying for the position. Prior experience with these areas of work will be favorably considered. Interested candidates should read the detailed job description and apply here.
November 7 - St. Michael's, Austin, Seeks A Family Minister
St. Michael’s Episcopal Church (SMEC) in Austin, seeks a full-time family minister to partner with the rector, staff, parents, church and day school to nurture and grow a vibrant community of children and to minister to their parents. We seek to partner with an energetic and faithful family minister who can integrate our families more deeply into the fabric of our church’s DNA and who has a little holy ambition to see more families join our congregation. Some of the responsibilities include: start new initiatives, in conversation with the rector, to forge a deeper connection between the church and our families and newcomers; administer all aspects of family ministry programming and special events and maintain intentional and regular contact with parents through email, phone calls, and 1-to-1 meetings; discern appropriate ways to invite more day school families into the life of the parish (Sunday events, VBC, etc.) More details on the position can be found here. For more information, contact: the Rev. John Newton.
October 9 - St. Luke's Episcopal School, Seeks A Head of School
St. Luke’s Episcopal School, Lindale, Texas, is accepting applications for the Head of School position to begin as agreed by the Board of Directors and the applicant. Ideal candidates will have experience in early childhood education and development, be an enthusiastic and passionate leader with strong interpersonal skills. St. Luke’s has the highest rating of 4 stars with the Texas Rising Star organization. St. Luke’s School has a full-time equivalent of about 70 from 15 months through PreK4 and has a waiting list. Lindale has a population of 5,650, and the public schools have an “A” rating. It is just north of Interstate 20 and is located about 100 miles east of Dallas and 100 miles west of Shreveport, LA. St. Luke’s is currently seeking accreditation with the National Association for the Education of Young Children, but the Board is researching the possibility of seeking accreditation with SAES instead. An applicant’s experience in an accreditation process will be an asset but not required. For further information about St. Luke’s, click here, especially the curriculum tab which will list our Education Labs and School Schedule, along with information about our after-school and summer programs. Submit resume, statement of education philosophy (1 page), statement of faith (1 page), and three professional and three personal references. Some of the responsibilities include: Maintain licensing credentials set forth by the Texas Health & Human Services, secure and maintain accreditation in accordance with the Commission on Schools, maintain goals set forth in the contract of employment agreed upon by the Board of Directors and Head and more. For more information abut this position, contact: Alice Zillmer, Board President.
September 27 - 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.
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.