March 18 - St. Mark's, Houston, Seeks A Primary and Lower School Religion Teacher
St. Mark’s Episcopal School in Houston, Texas is seeking a creative, organized, team player to serve as the Primary and Lower School Religion Teacher for the 2020-2021 school year. This is a position with the combined focus of classroom learning and spiritual support for students, families, and faculty. The primary duties include: plan, organize, and implement the Godly Play religious education program for students in Preschool 2s through 4th grade, help develop and support the spiritual needs of our students, and plan, organize, and lead the Primary and Lower School chapel services in partnership with the School Chaplain. St. Mark’s Lower School Religion Teacher will: (Demeanor) Receive students, parents, faculty, staff, and administration in a friendly, courteous manner, and be sensitive to how her/his demeanor is reflective of the School Adapt appropriately to circumstances that arise Communicate issues, questions, and circumstances to the Heads of Primary or Lower School in a timely and professional manner Work collegially with other members of the religion department to meet the spiritual needs of the St. Mark’s community. The school is committed to its positive relationship with families, believing strongly in the power of a fully engaged dynamic between school and home. As a place where children are known, teachers understand what it means to meet children where they are, which plays a crucial role in fostering each child's spirit. Interested candidates should email their résumé, cover letter, and references as one PDF directly to . To learn more about St. Mark’s, visit www.stmes.org.
March 13 - All Saints', Austin, Seeks A Part-Time Parish Bookkeeper
All Saints’ Episcopal Church (ASEC), Austin, has an immediate opening for a 25-hour-a-week bookkeeper. ASEC is a 1500-member church with a $1.2M annual budget and an endowment. Located on the northwestern edge of The University of Texas at Austin campus, ASEC also houses the Episcopal Student Center and the All Saints’ Episcopal Day School. The collegial office staff includes a Parish Administrator, a Sexton/Facilities Manager, and a Communications Director. The bookkeeper will work on-site, reporting to the Rector. Regular office hours are expected with the hours being flexible based on work needs and in consultation with the Rector. Benefits include 403(b) contribution, and two weeks of paid vacation. Significant accounting training Successful accounting experience in a church or non-profit organization; competency with General Ledger software; prefer experience with ACS (acstechnologies.com) OnDemand People and Financial Modules. For more information, please contact: Patricia Goubil-Gambrell.
March 4 - St. Thomas the Apostle, Houston, Seeks A Lay Pastoral Associate
The Pastoral Associate leads family ministry at the parish, interfaces to serve community needs through the existing ministries of St. Thomas and by piloting new groups, and works alongside the rector to meet the spiritual needs of the parish. More details about the position can be found here. For more information, contact the Rev. Mike Stone.
March 4 - St. Andrew's, Pearland / Mosaic in Action, Seeks Two-Part Time Construction Supervisors
St. Andrew’s, Pearland and Mosaic in Action are looking for two people (part-time) to oversee work done by volunteers. Need DIY familiarity with drywall, taping and floating, painting, trim work, counter top and tile installation. Need transportation and building teaching skills. Inquire: Jim Liberatore or 281.382.2801.
March 3 - St. Martin's, Houston, Seeks Student Ministry Interns
St. Martin’s, Houston, is seeking applications for up to 4 Student Ministry intern positions for the summer of 2020. Student Ministry interns will be involved in all aspects of a multi-faceted, growing ministry. They will have opportunities to learn from experienced student ministers and opportunities to take major leadership roles within the ministry. Please send your resume to Rev. Jane Ferguson. Questions may be directed to the same email address. Applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis until positions are filled. More information can be found here.
March 2 - St. James' the Apostle, Conroe, Seeks An Interim Organist / Music Director
St. James' the Apostle, Conroe, seeks a part-time interim organist/choir director to continue the growing parish’s distinguished music program through spring 2020. Applicants must have a deep appreciation for and knowledge of traditional Episcopal liturgy and music, and be adept at leading worshipers through music into an encounter with God. Experience directing adult choir and hand-bell choir is a must, as well as excellent judgment in the selection of music for a variety of worship settings. A degree or certificate in music from a recognized school or academy is preferred. To apply, email cove r letter and resume with references to the Rev. Jerald Hyche, Rector, at jhyche@stjames-conroe. For more information, contact Rev. Hyche by email or at 936.756.8831.
February 24 - 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 and sanitation supplies. For more information, contact: Elizabeth Martin.
February 24 - St. Martin's, Houston, Seeks An Executive Assistant
St. Martin’s Episcopal Church is seeking an experienced full-time Executive Assistant to provide administrative support to senior clergy leadership. This resourceful individual will serve as liaison, interfacing with leadership, the staff and the congregation. The Executive Assistant’s conflict management skills, self-awareness, collaborative work style and ability to multitask makes her or him a key team player. Some of the responsibilities include: - Coordinate the administrative function of the office while successfully managing ambiguity and competing priorities; Conduct and manage special projects, allocating and coordinating resources; Oversee or support project and event management from start to end (i.e. initiation, planning, execution, the event and closure), ensuring outstanding results, and more. For more information, please contact:
February 24 - St. Martin's, Houston, Seeks A Line Cook
The Line Cook supports the Church by performing as a team member to implement meal service. He or she must be committed to the Mission and Core Values of St. Martin’s Episcopal Church. Some of the responsibilities include: Cook menu items with the support of the kitchen staff; Assist all areas of the kitchen in preparation of meal service; Ensure the preparation station and the kitchen is set up and stocked are more. For more information, please contact:
February 20 - St. Michael's, Austin, Seeks A Parish Administrator
Church Administrator responsible for facilities and office management, human resources policies, some financial functions and other administrative duties. Some of the responsibilities include: facilities and vendor management; safeguarding Records Administrator and human resources administration; Administrative support to Rector. More details can be found on the here. Please contact the Rev. John W. Newton for more information.
February 20 - All Saints Episcopal School, Seeks an Assistant School Chaplain
Assistant School Chaplain All Saints Episcopal School seeks an Assistant Chaplain. He/She will assist the Senior Chaplain in the spiritual formation of our students. The Assistant Chaplain will work with the Chaplain to direct the spiritual life of the school, enhancing the school’s Episcopal identity, and assist with weekly chapel services and faith formation programs. Honoring the historic relationship between All Saints and Christ Episcopal Church, the Assistant Chaplain will also assist at the Sunday worship services of Christ Episcopal Church. The Assistant Chaplain teaches faith formation/religion courses in the Middle and Upper School as well as assists the faculty in the faith formation and religious education of our students. The Assistant Chaplain will assist the Chaplain in overseeing the school’s Service Learning initiatives and the Safeguarding God’s Children program. Some of the responsibilities include: Teaching Christian Formation classes; Pastoral care to students, families, and faculty/staff; Assist in weekly chapel services. For more information, contact Kyle Edgemon.
February 11 - St. John's, New Braunfels, Seeks A Part-Time Youth Leader
Reporting to the Rector, the Youth Leader 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. Some of the responsibilities include: spend regular time in personal Bible study/devotional to maintain your own spiritual health; build community and foster relationships with the friends of our youth; plan and execute a Youth Retreat and Youth Sunday and more. For questions, contact St. John's Parish Administrator.
February 7 - St. Stephen's Episcopal School, Austin, Seeks A School Chaplain
St. Stephen’s Episcopal School in Austin, a diocesan day and boarding school of approximately 688 students in grades 6-12 in the Episcopal Diocese of Texas, is seeking a full-time chaplain for the Middle School. The Middle School Chaplain will join the Head of School, Upper School Chaplain and Head Chaplain to serve as one of the primary stewards of programming to support the school’s Episcopal identity, which states: “St. Stephen’s is a caring, diverse community, inclusive of all faiths and grounded in the Christian tradition, which nurtures moral growth and values the potential and dignity of every human being.” Some of the responsibilities include: Along with the Head Chaplain, preside four times per week at Middle School chapel worship services; provide pastoral care to students, faculty and staff in the Middle School; teach Theology classes in 8th grade. Coordinate curricular service learning events for the Middle School. For more information, contact Todd FitzGerald.
February 5 - Good Shepherd, Austin, Seeks A Director of Communications
The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd in Austin, seeks a Director of Communications to develop and implement all aspects of communications to the parish and community. Good Shepherd is a corporate-size parish with two campuses and two affiliated schools. The Director of Communications will supervise the parish’s Creative Director and Social Media Manager and work with staff and parish leaders to create a cohesive communication vision and strategy for all related materials and channels, including but not limited to print, email, and web. Salary is commensurate with experience and benefits include pension, paid time off, and medical/life/dental insurance coverage. More information on this position can be found here. Please email your resume to
February 3 - St. John's, La Porte, Seeks A Director of Music Ministries
St. John Episcopal Church in La Porte is seeking a Director of Music Ministries. Some of the responsibilities include: choir practice: Sundays, 9:30 a.m. and Wednesdays, 6:45 p.m., and special, as needed Music Direction from keyboard: Holy Eucharist-Rite II, Sundays, 10:30am; special liturgies and events; periodic/seasonal holy days upon which the church celebrates liturgies Planning music for liturgical support: weekly, with the rector; assumes basic knowledge of liturgical patterns, ecclesial music/traditions, or keen will to learn and more. For more information, contact: the Rev. Victoria Gotting.
February 3 - St. John's, La Porte, Seeks A Lead Child Life Specialist - After School Program
St. John Episcopal Church in La Porte is seeking a Lead Chid Life Specialist for their After School Program. Some of the responsibilities include: provide assistance to the Director of St. John's After School Program, as needed; in the absence of the Director, as alternate, the Lead Child Life Specialist will assume the responsibilities of the Director, including supervisory; teach, provide care for, and spiritually-guide the children of St. John’s After School Program; provide tutoring for the children and more. For more information, contact: Amy Burns, director.
January 14 - St. Martin's, Houston, Seeks Summer Student Ministry Interns (4)
St. Martin’s Episcopal Church is seeking applications for up to four Student Ministry intern positions for the summer of 2020. Student Ministry interns will be involved in all aspects of a multifaceted, growing ministry. They will have opportunities to learn from experienced student ministers and opportunities to take major leadership roles within the ministry. Some of the key responsibilities include: Participate in all aspects of student ministry, including worship, Christian education, pastoral care, and special events; provide leadership for Summer Days, an exciting opportunity for middle school students that combines service projects, Bible studies, and fun activities; participate in at least one student minister summer mission trip and more. For additional information, contact: Shane Hinderliter
January 13 - Christ Church Cathedral, Houston, Seeks A Minister for Community Life
Christ Church Cathedral in Houston is looking for a Minister for Community of Life to join their team. Some of the responsibilities include: Maintain, with the help of the Parish Registrar, the membership database of the church; Develop with the help of Council leadership a spending plan for the council based on annual church budget. Maintain high level of discipline in stewarding church funds; Identify, develop, propose and invite (on Dean’s behalf) members and leadership of the council, and more. For more information, contact the Rev. Callaham.
January 9 - CUSE (Cathedral Urban Service Experience) at Christ Church Cathedral, Houston, Seeks Summer Interns
Experience ministry in a diverse urban environment: Christ Church Cathedral in Houston is looking for three summer interns to act as guides and ambassadors for the CUSE program in 2020. Interns serve from May 24-August 16. Applications are open. Some key responsibilities include: Provide orientation of Houston, Christ Church Cathedral, and CUSE to groups; Serve as a liaison between service sites and visiting groups; Guide groups to sites for service, food, and fun. More information can be found here. Questions? contact Christy Orman.