March 19 - Christ Church Cathedral, Houston Seeks Three Summer Interns for Cathedral Urban Service Experience (CUSE)
Christ Church Cathedral in Houston is looking for three summer interns to act as city guides for the CUSE program in 2019. Responsibilities include: provide orientation of Houston, Christ Church Cathedral and CUSE to youth groups, serve as a liaison between service sites and visiting groups, guide groups to sites for service, food and fun, maintain professional and promote CUSE and more. View entire description here. Click here to view the application.
March 15 - The Episcopal Diocese of Texas, Seeks An Executive to the Bishop Suffragan - Austin
Reporting to the Bishop Suffragan of the Western Region, the Executive Assistant will provide administrative support, engage in planning, draft correspondence, offer administrative support, manage calendars, keep detailed electronic and paper records, and assist with other duties as assigned to keep the Office of the Bishop Suffragan running smoothly. In addition, experience in general business and office management and/or administration is desired. More information about the position can be found here. Please e-mail resume and cover letter to:
March 14 - St. Michael's, Austin, Seeks A Part-Time Assistant for Communication and Administration
St. Michael’s Episcopal Church (SMEC) in Austin, seeks a part-time Assistant for Communication and Administration to partner with the rector and staff to assist in the day-to-day work of managing the administrative and communication needs of the parish. The Assistant for Communication and Administration we seek will be motivated, organized, and reliable. He or she will be eager to learn, work hard, and partner with the rector and staff in reaching our goals. Above all, the Assistant for Communication and Administration will be on his or her own vibrant journey of faith and will articulate the importance of Jesus Christ in his or her own life. More information about this position can found here. For more information, contact the Rev. John W. Newton.
March 14 - St. Andrew's, Pearland, Seeks A Project Lead / Logistics Coordinator
St. Andrews Episcopal Church in Pearland and Mosaic in Action are looking for someone to serve in our community starting in April who will work on our Hurricane Harvey Recovery Projects as a Project Lead and Logistics Coordinator. This is a national service program opportunity through AmeriCorps. This person would be deployed to St. Andrew’s/Mosaic and work as a member of our team. We will train. No experience needed. Contact: The Rev. Jim Liberatore . Some of the program specifics include: a 10-month engagement beginning of April 2019, full-time commitment (1700 hours over the course of 10 months), access to a childcare assistance program that may cover childcare expenses and more. For position information please click here.
March 11 - St. Martin's, Houston, Seeks A Communications Manager
St. Martin’s Episcopal Church in Houston, TX is currently seeking a full-time Communications Manager. This role will support the Church by developing, managing and coordinating cohesive, consistent communications strategies and tactics that support programs and initiatives through the website, social media, print, promotions, design, video, and media relations. He or she must be committed to the Mission and Core Values of St. Martin’s Episcopal Church. St. Martin's is seeking a conservative individual with a forward-thinking attitude and fresh perspective towards creating and implementing a communications program encompassing traditional, digital and social media; managing media relations activities, special projects, and a Communications staff. This position reports to the Vice-Rector at St. Martin’s. More information about this position can be found here or contact Marshall Brown.
March 6 - St. Peter's, Kerrville, Seeks A Children's and Youth Minister
Children and Youth are a top priority at St. Peter’s, a warm and friendly Episcopal church in Kerrville, Texas. St. Peter’s is searching for a Children’s and Youth Minister to continue the strong and steady growth of families and young adults in their church community. Kerrville is located on the Guadalupe River, in the heart of the beautiful Texas Hill Country. Kerrville is a popular destination for a wide range of outdoor activities such as camping, fishing, hiking, biking, canoeing, and kayaking. North of San Antonio and west of Austin, Kerrville has become a magnet for the arts and draws many talented and accomplished people into the community. St. Peter’s encourages formation and mission, and the church fosters a strong fellowship among its members. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to .
March 5 - Saint Andrew's, Bryan, Seeks A Part-Time Director of Music
Saint Andrew’s, Bryan, has a goal of offering excellent liturgy that reflects the glory of God. They're seeking a part-time Director of Music who can help the congregation fulfill this goal. The Director of Music’s responsibilities include playing the organ for the 9:00 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. Sunday services, Holy Days, weddings, funerals, and other special services as needed; rehearsing and directing the Saint Andrew’s chancel choir; rehearsing and directing the Saint Andrew’s handbell choir; providing other instrumental music and hiring and rehearsing additional musicians, as necessary. In consultation with the Rector, the Director of Music will also select anthems, psalm settings, service music, hymns, and other choral pieces. Other responsibilities include planning concerts, recitals and other performance opportunities; and carrying out administrative duties such as participating in staff meetings. A bachelor’s degree in music is required. Advanced degrees are preferred. Interested parties should send a résumé, cover letter, and three references to . For a full ministry description please visit Saint Andrew’s website.
February 27 - St. Richard's, Round Rock, Seeks A Part-Time Organist/Choirmaster
St. Richard’s has an opening for a Minister of Music. This position entails being responsible for planning, organizing and coordinating music for a traditional Sunday service at 10:30 a.m. and additional Holy Days an seasonal services in collaboration with the Rector. Weekly rehearsals are expected. The person selected for this position will be encouraged to expand our music program by, among other things, developing programs for children and youth. The successful candidate will demonstrate proficiency in organ (American Organ Builders) and piano based on training and experience and in conducting sacred choral music. A Bachelor’s degree in music is required, and experience is preferred. Send a cover letter, resume and references to or call 512.255.5436 for more information.
February 26 - EDOT Seeks Campus Missioner to Prairie View A&M University
The Episcopal Diocese of Texas is currently hiring a full-time Campus Missioner to Prairie View A&M University, a public historically black university located in Prairie View, TX. The Campus Missioner provides leadership that results in spiritual depth in students’ lives, an expanding missional impact on campus culture, numerical increase of students participating in the ministry and the development of those—both lay and ordained—that will lead the Episcopal Church. Email an OTM portfolio and resume to . More information on the position can be found here.
February 26 - Lord of the Streets Episcopal Church (LOTS), Seeks A Maintenance Technician & Supervisor
LOTS is looking for a full-time maintenance technician and supervisor who will perform basic maintenance tasks that ensure the cleanness, hygiene, safety and repairs of the interior and exterior of one building and of the small amount of grounds and foliage surrounding the building. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the LOTS’ policies and procedures and applicable laws. Interested candidates should apply by sending a resume along with an email detailing your interest in the job to or by applying online at various employment/job posting websites. The position will remain open until filled. Click here to find out more information about the position.
February 12- Episcopal High School, Bellaire/Houston, Seeks A School Chaplain
EHS is looking for a full-time chaplain, to begin in the 2019-2020 school year. Responsibilities include the coordination of daily chapel services, teaching classes in the Religion department, and pastoral care to students, faculty, and staff. Candidates must be ordained Episcopal clergy and have a passion for school ministry, a strong educational background, an ability to communicate and connect well with young people and collaborate effectively with colleagues, and a willingness to participate in other areas of school life. Please send a letter of interest with a resume to Nguyet Pham (Dean of Faculty) or Zach Schwarz (Assistant Dean of Faculty) at . More information can be found here.
January 22 - EDOT, Seeks Church Planters
The Episcopal Diocese of Texas is currently recruiting church planters for the development of new faith communities in a variety of contexts. The planter is a spiritual leader to a city, town, or neighborhood to develop a worshiping community in the Episcopal tradition. The planter provides a bridge between their context and the Church, through evangelism, a ministry of presence, working to strengthen collaborative ties with neighborhood leaders, and participating in neighborhood activities. Applicants are encouraged to study the locations listed here before applying. Please email an OTM portfolio and resume to . More information on the position can be found here.
January 22 - EDOT, Seeks Campus Missioners
The Episcopal Diocese of Texas is currently hiring full-time Campus Missioners for several campuses. The Campus Missioner provides leadership that results in spiritual depth in students’ lives, an expanding missional impact on campus culture, numerical increase of students participating in the ministry and the development of those—both lay and ordained—that will lead the Episcopal Church. Email an OTM portfolio and resume to . More information on the position can be found here.
January 16 - St. George's, Austin, Seeks A Part-Time Music Minister
Music is an integral part of the life of St. George’s. Under the leadership of the rector, the music minister exercises an important ministry that reaches out to the staff, choir members, and members of the congregation. Duties of the St. George’s Music Minister include playing organ and piano and directing the adult choir at the weekly 10:30 a.m. Sunday worship service, making music selections in advance of the worship services, and conducting an evening choir practice on a weekly basis. Please complete the application form found here and email a resume/curriculum vitae to the rector, the Rev. Kevin LJ Schubert.
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