November 20 - St. Martin's, Houston, Seeks A Line Cook
St. Martin's Episcopal Church in Houston, TX is currently seeking a Line Cook. The person in this role supports the Church performing as a team member to implement meal service for staff and parishioners. He or she must be committed to the Mission and Core Values of St. Martin’s Episcopal Church. This position is part-time and has the potential of becoming full-time in the future. Some of the tasks and responsibilities include: To glorify God everyday by affirming and valuing the Christian faith as affirmed by the worldwide Anglican Communion which emphasizes the Holy Scriptures as the primary authority and guide for individual faith and practice; Cook menu items with the support of the kitchen staff; Prepare simple components of each dish on the menu by chopping vegetables, cutting meat, and preparing sauces. To learn more about this position, click here. Resumes may be emailed to
November 18 - St. John the Divine, Houston, Seeks A Teaching Center Producer
The Teaching Center Producer empowers and equips the faculty and students of the teaching center. The producer is tasked with implementing the strategic initiative to “develop a world class teaching center” and its operational objectives. This is a full-time, non-exempt position. The candidate must possess the following qualifications: strong organizational skills that reflect ability to perform and prioritize multiple tasks seamlessly with excellent attention to detail; strong interpersonal skills and the ability to build relationships with stakeholders; forward thinker, who actively seeks opportunities and proposes solutions and more. More details about this position can be found here.
November 12 - St. David's, Austin, Seeks A Director of Adult Christian Formation
St. David's, Austin, is looking for an individual who supports St. David’s mission and vision by promoting discipleship and helping people grow in Christ-likeness. Director visions, designs, and implements a comprehensive program which includes groups, classes, speakers, workshops, retreats, and spiritual direction. Programs are led by parishioners, clergy, other teachers, and the director. Some of the key responsibilities include: Develop, coordinate, and direct Special Projects and Committees Related to Education and Spiritual Formation in the Parish; Leads or participates in parish-wide initiatives related to education/spiritual formation; Responsible for Small Groups and Classes. For more information, contact Chad McCall. Click here for more details.
October 14 - St. Mark's, Richmond, Seeks A Part-Time Youth Minister
Job Summary St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, Richmond, Texas, seeks a part-time youth minister for twenty hours per month. The youth minister will work to recruit and retain youth and develop them into active church members. The youth minister will be dedicated to developing, planning, organizing and leading programs for youth in grades 6-12. The youth minister will provide a balanced youth program including group activities, spiritual growth, discipleship with outreach to others as well as Christian fellowship. Some responsibilities include: Develop, plan organize and lead a well-balanced program for youth in grades 6-12; Recruit youth and develop rapport as a foundation for building trusting relationships; Communicate effectively with rector, staff, youth, parents, vestry and church members. More information can be found here. Contact the Rev. Susie Comer for any questions.
September 25 - Episcopal Health Foundation, Houston, Seeks A Community Partnerships Officer
The Community Partnerships Officer supports the Foundation’s Community Engagement efforts and works with the Director of Community Engagement to develop and implement EHF’s capacity building strategies for strengthening community health. This is a new position that will work with community health coalitions and organizations to advocate for health equity, including racial justice and the social determinants of health. This person will be responsible for developing the strategy and leading the planning and implementation for expanding EHF’s work to strengthen community health coalitions and expand advocacy for health equity in our region. The qualified candidate must have a Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of seven (7) years of experience in program development, community organizing, community collaborative development or related work. A Master’s degree in an associated field, experience working with community collaboratives/ partnerships, and experience working in health equity and/or social determinants of health is preferred. For more information and to apply click here.
September 2 - Saint Thomas', Houston, Seeks A Director of Family Ministry
The Director of Family Ministry (DFM) guides the children’s and youth ministries in living out the church’s mission to welcome, inspire deep learning and joyful service. The director does so first and foremost by connecting with the children, youth and parents of Saint Thomas’ to instill a lifetime of faith and to nurture Christian relationships. Three key responsibilities include: The first priority of the DFM is to ensure that relationships are being built between ministry volunteers, children, youth, families, church leadership, and staff to help all involved grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ and with each other at Saint Thomas’ Episcopal Church. Programs & Events: The DFM works collaboratively with the Christian Education Committee to plan and oversee the children’s and youth weekly programs and special events. Volunteers: The DFM meets with hands-on children’s and youth volunteers regularly to ensure that the efforts of all volunteers are coordinated to maximize their effectiveness. More information about this position can be found here or contact Martha Whitesides.
August 31 - Trinity, Marshall, Seeks A Part Time Communications Coordinator
Trinity Episcopal Church (TEC) in Marshall, seeks a part-time (estimated 18-20 hours per week) Communications Coordinator (CC). Reporting to the Senior Warden, the CC is responsible for all internal and external communications for the church. The CC will work to communicate the mission and ministry of TEC to existing and prospective members. This role will include creative and administrative aspects. Some key roles and responsibilities include: Work closely with the Senior Warden, Vestry, Ministers and Administrative Team to manage social media content presence across all relevant platforms; Maintain and update TEC website, including design and technical requirements; Write and edit content for print and digital publications, i.e., newsletters, notices, announcements, postcards, flyers, brochures and more. Click here for more information about this position. Interested persons should contact Laura Rectenwald, Senior Warden, at .
August 17 - 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 almost 50 years. The Head of School leads an experienced team of educators and staff overseeing students ranging from infants to pre-kindergarteners 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 three to five 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 click here. Three key responsibilities include: Lead 20-plus faculty and staff members to see that they provide excellence in education to all students and families served; Envision plans and strategies that will enable St. James to respond to the growing demand for pre-school education in the Montgomery County area; Coordinate and collaborate with St. James parish staff to enhance opportunities for learning and religious education throughout the church/school community.
July 28 - Good Shepherd, Austin, Seeks A Children and Family Minister
The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd, in Austin Texas, seeks a loving, creative and joyful Children's and Family Minister. This full-time position collaborates with staff and parishioners to plan and implement programs and curriculum for children in preschool through 5th grade and their families. This minister fosters authentic community and forms disciples of Jesus through compassion and connection. This minister serves on the parish program team and assists in planning a cohesive formation curriculum across the parish. Good Shepherd is a growing and vibrant corporate-sized parish with two campuses and two affiliated schools. Qualified candidates will be able to meet parishioners where they are on their spiritual journeys. Experience with Godly Play is preferred or a willingness to be trained in the curriculum. Pension and medical benefits included. Some of the key responsibilities include: programming for preschool through 5th grades; collaborate with parish program team in developing formation programs for the parish; meet parishioners where they are on their spiritual journeys. More information can be found here. Contact Aimee Bostwick for more information.
July 16 - St. James', Austin, Seeks An Executive Director for Welcome Table Austin
Welcome Table, Inc. is now seeking a part-time (.5 FTE) Executive Director to lead strategic planning, program implementation, and daily operations of our organization. The Executive Director provides vision and leadership to guide the daily management of Welcome Table and is responsible for strategic planning, maintaining strong working relationships with staff, key community leaders, funders, and developing strategic relationships with community partners. We’re seeking a person who is familiar with or has experience in missional work that is grounded in church communities. About Welcome Table Welcome Table, Inc. is a non-profit organization that was established in 2011 by parishioners of St. James’ Episcopal Church. Our mission is to create greater access to education, mental and physical health, and quality food for children, families, and elderly neighbors in our east Austin community. Welcome Table leaders, staff, and volunteers take great care to practice hospitality and wholeness as they create spaces where everyone feels welcome, where their gifts are celebrated and nurtured, and their needs are met. More information about this position can be found here. Contact Jorge Villafana if you have any questions.