November 15 - St. Aidan's, Cypress Seeks A Music Minister
St. Aidan’s is looking for a pianist/keyboardist to lead its traditional service (Sundays at 8 a.m.) and provide support for the more contemporary music (Sundays at 10:30 a.m.). St. Aidan’s is a vibrant and expanding episcopal congregation in Cypress. Background and proficiency in traditional hymnody Strongly preferred. Salary range $10,400-$15,600 annually depending on experience and availability. Please send letter of interest and resume to .
November 14 - St. Alban's, Waco Seeks A Director of Children's Ministries
St. Alban’s is seeking someone to serve as Director of Children’s Ministries. This full-time position oversees all aspects of our ministry to children, from newborns to 6th grade. This includes Sunday school (10:15 AM), Children’s Chapel (9:00 and 11:15 a.m.), and nursery. Additionally, this person oversees annual events like Vacation Bible Camp and Fall Festival. Qualified applicants will have experience working with children, a love for the youngest members of the body of Christ, an ability to work well on a team, a bachelors degree, and a high level of professionalism. For more information about this position, click here. Applications may also be submitted via email.
November 8 - St. Luke's, San Antonio Seeks A Teacher
The Mustard Seed, St. Luke's Episcopal Church's weekday program for young children, is seeking a Teacher for the Young 2’s Class to begin work on January 8, 2019. Hours are Tuesday - Friday from 8:00 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. The Mustard Seed is a Texas Licensed faith and nature based weekday school. Please contact the Director, Catherine Landis, for more information or call: 210.828.6425.
November 6 - Holy Comforter, Spring, Seeks A Part-Time Director of Music
The Director of Music is responsible for leading the church choir on the piano for Sunday worship services, leading rehearsals, and selecting music. Please email cover letter and resume to the Rev. Jimmy Abbott . More information on the position can be found here.
October 30 - Episcopal Health Foundation, Seeks A Congregational Engagement Officer
This position supports the 150+ Episcopal congregations within the 57 counties of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas to move from charity-oriented outreach to effective community engagement and collaboration with others to improve community health. EHF’s role is to build the capacity of congregations to engage effectively with their communities. The Congregational Engagement Officer will pursue this goal through coaching, capacity building and training, and creating partnerships to support the congregations in their work. Congregational Engagement addresses a variety of issues related to community health including poverty reduction, racial reconciliation, mental health, civic engagement, and community organizing. 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. Click here to read the complete job description and required qualifications and skills. Interested candidates should submit a resume, cover letter and salary requirements by email to . The position will remain open until filled.
October 30 - St. Thomas the Apostle, Nassau Bay, Seeks A Minister to Youth and Families
St. Thomas the Apostle Episcopal in Nassau Bay seeks a part-time minister of youth and families to provide leadership in worship, service, learning, and welcome to the youth and families of a growing, creative, and generous parish. Working alongside the rector, associate rector, and staff, the Minister to Youth and Families models and guides thoughtful and mature faith and faith practices, connects families and students with the larger church as both leaders and learners, and represents both Epsicopal Church and St Thomas to the community and world. Interested candidates should notify the Rev. Mike Stone at or call 281-333-2384 with a cover letter, resume, and references. More information on this leadership opportunity can be found in the attachment.
October 26 - EDOT, Seeks A Technical Assistant
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 Technical Assistant. Under the direction of the Technology Manager, the Technical Assistant will provide congregations with data, such as current journal directories and lay licensed personnel; as well as request and update diocesan database. In addition, this position will assist staff with technical needs as needed. Some responsibilities include: Generate and communicate reports with the appropriate parties, update and maintain organization's databases. More information about the position can be found, here. Please e-mail resume and cover letter to:
October 24 - Emmanuel, Houston, Seeks A Part-Time Parish Office Administrator
Emmanuel Episcopal Church in Houston, is seeking a Parish Office Administrator skilled in organization, record-keeping, and communication. This position reports to our rector (head pastor) and works closely with other members of the staff and church leaders. Areas of responsibility include supporting the rector in administrative functions, producing weekly publications, coordinating office volunteers, communicating with parishioners on a regular basis, scheduling resources, and ensuring smooth office operations. The successful candidate for this position will demonstrate competency in administration, computer office software, organization, and will be at ease communicating with a wide variety of people in person and by phone. In consideration of the sensitive nature of the position, preference will be given to non-parishioners. This position is 20 hours per week, 9:00 – 4:00 Tuesday, with the remaining hours per day flexible. There may also be one or two Sunday mornings each year for events. Compensation is $14-$18 per hour based on experience. Please send cover letter and resume to . For more information, click here.
September 26 - The Hines Center, Seeks A Full-Time Executive Director
The Hines Center in downtown Houston seeks a full-time executive director to act as the primary leader and manager of the Hines Center, overseeing the administration, programs and strategic plan of the organization, and also responsible for development, marketing and community outreach. Please send cover letter and resume to . October 20 is the deadline. For more information about the position, click here.
September 6 - St. Martin's, Houston, Seeks A Part-Time Non-Exempt Housekeeper
The Housekeeper supports the Church by providing custodial services to church buildings. He or she must be committed to the Mission and Core Values of St. Martin’s Episcopal Church. Some essential functions include: Clean and polish drinking fountains, clean inside of office windows, do laundry as required for the Children's Center, perform additional duties as assigned, and more. To apply for a position, send your resume with the job title in the subject line to . More details about the position can be found here.
August 17 - St. Stephen's Church and School, Houston, Seeks A Director of Communications and Marketing
St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church and School – Houston is hiring for Director of Communications and Marketing. This position will lead an expanding department overseeing church and school internal and external communications. St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church and School, located in the Montrose neighborhood of Houston is a progressive and growing Christian congregation and a Montessori and International Middle Years campus for students 18 months through 8th grade. Requirements include: bachelor degree in communications, marketing, journalism or related field, minimum five (5) years of experience in communications or marketing field, Fluency in Adobe Creative Suite – InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, etc. and Microsoft Office and church experience preferred. Salary commensurate with experience. Please send resumes and cover letters to Attn: The Rev. Ryan Beaty, Missioner for Congregational Development.
August 16 - EDOT, Seeks A Temporary Administrative Assistant
The Episcopal Diocese of Texas seeks a Temporary Administrative Assistant reporting to the Administrator for the Iona School for Ministry. This part-time role will provide administrative support to the Iona School Ministry team and Clergy Conference support as well as perform various administrative duties to keep the department running smoothly. To learn more about this job description, click here. Please send your questions or résumé to Zee Turnbull, PHR human resources manager.
July 11 - Christ Episcopal Church, Cedar Park, Seeks A Christian Formation Director
Christ Episcopal Church in Cedar Creek, is seeking a Christian Formation Director who faithfully encourages children and their families to enjoy and embrace their walk in faith through Christ-centered, kid friendly children's programming. Some of the job duties include: identify, recruit, train and supervise lead coordinator for Kid's Kingdom and Crossroads, Schedule and facilitate monthly gatherings of volunteers and coordinators, and more. This position is non exempt and it's only 15 hours of per week. For more details about the position, click here. Email the Rev. Trawin Malone for more information.
June 25 - The Church of St. John the Divine, Houston, Seeks A Director of Generosity
The Director of Generosity is responsible for the strategic development and implementation of all stewardship and generosity efforts for The Church of St. John the Divine. Responsible for the development of a vision and practice of generosity among our parishioners. Directs all aspects of a strategic year-round stewardship program. Administers all aspects of planned giving for the Memorial Endowment Fund of The Church of St. John the Divine. Fore more information on the position, click here.
June 20 - St. Timothy's, Lake Jackson, Seeks A Youth and Family Minister
St. Timothy's Episcopal Church in Lake Jackson, TX is seeking full-time minister to lead our youth and small-group ministries as well as to provide support for our children's Sunday School programs. We are a large pastoral-sized congregation that loves the Lord. We have a very strong affinity for the arts - choral performance, theater and symphony. We love to have fun together and people tell us we are a very friendly and welcoming congregation. We are kid-friendly as well as a multi-generational, so it is not uncommon to find kids, young parents, middle-aged and older members all serving, learning and having fun side-by-side. This unordained position reports to the Rector and will oversee a group of lay teachers, parent volunteers and other lay leaders. Click here for more information.
April 6 - EDOT, Seeks A Church Planter
The Diocese of Texas is actively identifying leaders and locations to plant new communities that are faithful to our Episcopal tradition and responsive to the context they are planted in, reaching those that are not yet participating in Christian community. A detailed job description is available here. More information on EDOT church planting work can be found here. Interested candidates should contact Jason Evans or Francene Young.
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