August 10 - St. Martin's, Houston, Seeks A Pastoral Care Administrative Assistant
The Pastoral Care Coordinator supports the Church by providing assistance to the Senior Associate Rector for Pastoral Care. He or she must be committed to the Mission and Core Values of St. Martin’s Episcopal Church. Working at St. Martin’s is so much more than simply having a job! As part of St. Martin’s family, employees not only receive a comprehensive benefits package that includes medical and dental insurance, generous time off, and fantastic retirement contributions; they also get to experience St. Martin’s mission first-hand. Through their daily operations and by the power of the Holy Spirit, employees bring many people to know, love, and serve God as revealed through Jesus Christ; and transform. Click here for more details of this position.
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.
July 10 - St. John the Divine, Houston, Seeks A Marketing Strategist
The Church of St. John the Divine is a top-10 Episcopal Church, centrally located in Houston, Texas. Founded in 1940, St. John the Divine has a membership of over 2,500 families and an average Sunday attendance of 900 people between our traditional, contemporary and Awesome services. The Marketing Strategist manages the strategic marketing for parish communications and programming. This individual is responsible for the design and execution of market research and campaigns to understand and reach our existing audience and identify future parishioners. Click here to learn more about this job opening.
May 27 - Calvary, Bastrop, Seeks A Communications Manager
Calvary, Bastrop, is seeking a Communications Manager who will be responsible for sharing Calvary’s story using graphic design, social media, the church website and the weekly e-news. The right person will work well on a team and have the ability to take initiative, prioritize, organize, collaborate and multitask in a deadline intensive, mission driven environment with staff and volunteers. They will be creative, artistic and dependable. Skills Needed: Strong writing and storytelling skills Creative eye with proven design skills Experience managing social media channels including Facebook, Instagram and YouTube Working knowledge of Constant Contact or MailChimp Ability to update website with new content and graphics Developing & executing content calendar Position may grow over time to include branding initiative and developing new website Experience working with churches is a plus but not required Ministry Details: The Communication manager will report to the rector Time Commitment: 10 hours/week worked flexibly from Sunday to Friday with potential to grow number of hours in 2021 Work can be done remotely though it would be helpful to visit the campus when re-opened to fully understand the Calvary culture and ethos Salary: $18-20 depending on experience About Calvary Episcopal Church: We are a thriving Episcopal church located in historic downtown Bastrop. Our community is currently meeting online on YouTube, Facebook and Zoom in order to practice social distancing, love our neighbor and maintain a safe environment for our parishioners. We typically have three distinct worship services with a mix of contemplative silence, gospel and folk music and traditional organ and choir. We are committed to providing holistic quality education to children in our community through Calvary Episcopal School, addressing food insecurity in partnership with The Open Door and The Bastrop Food Pantry and enriching the lives of senior citizens through our missional community at Argent Court Assisted Living. For more information about this position, please contact: The Rev. Matt Stone.
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 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.