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May 23 – St. David’s, Austin Seeks Executive Assistant to the Rector

The Executive Assistant to the Rector will be the primary point of contact for The Office of the Rector and provide executive administrative support to the Rector and Associate Rector. The person in this role will provide general executive administration, manage their schedules, communications, and events. The role also provides administrative and program support to St. David’s Vestry, worship services, and St. David’s ministries. Additionally, provides event coordination for weddings, funerals, and other events as requested. This is a full time, salaried position with a forty (40) hour work week, M-F. On some occasions, weekend/Sunday work may be required on an alternate shift schedule. For more information, click here. Submit application to: Jim Lamm – Parish Administrator at

May 21 – St. Stephen’s, Liberty Seeks Parish Administrator
Compensation: $17.25 / Hour. Additionally, the church pays into a pension account equivalent to 5% of Gross pay. If the Administrator pays 10% of Gross pay into the pension account, then the church adds an additional 4% of Gross pay into the pension. Key Responsibilities: – Keep church calendar, directory, and files. – Assemble service bulletins. – Track inventory of office supplies and purchase new supplies as needed. – Respond to incoming office calls. – Assist Treasurer with preparation of deposits and reports. – Work with Minister and Junior Warden to schedule church maintenance and repairs. – Prepare annual church reports for publishing. – Other miscellaneous duties as assigned by the Minister. Submit application to: The Rev. Brandon S. McGinnis at

April 25 – Seminary of the Southwest, Austin Seeks Director of Annual Fund
Seminary of the Southwest is seeking a passionate and experienced Director of Annual Fund to lead the development and implementation of comprehensive strategies for annual giving programs. The successful candidate will play a crucial role in engaging donors, alumni/ae, and supporters to advance the mission of the institution and secure vital financial resources. The Director of Annual Fund will have the opportunity to make a meaningful impact on the future of Seminary of the Southwest by engaging and inspiring the seminary community to invest in its mission and vision. This position offers a competitive salary and benefits package, as well as the chance to work in a dynamic and supportive environment committed to excellence in theological education, counselor education, and leadership development. If you are a dedicated fundraising professional with a passion for higher education and spiritual formation, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity. For more information, click here. Submit application and cover letter to: Ms. Kaye Warren at No phone calls, please.

April 24 – St. Matthew’s, Austin Seeks Business Manager
St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church is looking for a Business Manager. This is a salaried full-time position, 40 hours a week, M-F, 9-5 with mandatory attendance of meetings with parishioners and church leadership. The role includes responsibilities in the following areas: Church’s financial management: Establishing and maintaining sound financial controls and reporting. This includes cash management, regular management reporting, tax compliance, budgeting, managing grant receipts, and assuring integrity of expenses. Human Resources: Managing employee benefits and compensation on the National Church database. Organize HR policies and procedures. Facilities Management: Work with staff to keep the facility clean and safe. Work with contractors and vendors to ensure the infrastructure and grounds are well maintained and operate well. Assure compliance with regulatory requirements concerning fire, water, irrigation, waste, elevator service, commercial kitchen, boilers, and other miscellaneous functions. The role includes negotiating contracts and details for leasing church space to outside groups as well as purchasing space in the columbarium. Facilities Technology: Assure the integrity and stability of the church’s technology infrastructure for “IT”, security systems, and alarm systems. The role requires working with IT service providers and vendors to anticipate and be prepared for future needs. To apply, email Rev. Katie Wright at

April 24 – St. Martin’s, Houston Seeks Videographer and Photographer
For a Christian, work should never just be work. It should be an integral part of how we serve God, His Kingdom, and our community. That is what you will find in a career at St. Martin’s Episcopal Church! The Videographer and Photographer will be involved in various projects that strengthen and enhance St. Martin’s Episcopal Church’s brand. The person in this role shoots videos, takes photographs, and edits them working as a motion graphics artist, teleprompter operator and sound engineer. A valuable member of St. Martin’s, the videographer and photographer collaborates with other ministries as needed while demonstrating professionalism, work ethic and the ability to handle multiple simultaneous priorities. For more information, click here. To apply, email Danielle Roth at

March 26 – Holy Family, Houston Seeks Hospitality/Event Coordinator
The Hospitality/Event Coordinator leads the team responsible for ensuring that all guests experience such unreasonable hospitality that they want to return. We are looking for a detail-oriented Hospitality/Event Coordinator who is personally proud of how they do their work and knows how to think ahead. They will join Holy Family HTX: a growing Episcopal church for people without a church. The Hospitality/Event Coordinator will lead a team of volunteers that curates a culture of hospitality ensuring that both members and visitors feel welcomed, seen, and valued. This role extends to offering hospitality through event planning by contacting potential renters, providing venue tours, and assisting with set-up, execution, and cleanup of events. The ideal candidate is solution-oriented and proactive. They will be consistent and flexible (balance of people and task-oriented). All roles in our church require a commitment to the pursuit and practice of anti-racist leadership and a commitment to LGBTQIA+ inclusion. Regular Hours will be Sunday 7:30am – 1:30pm & Monday-Tuesday, 10am – 3pm. Average 16 hours per week + Events
Compensation: $20/hour. For more information, click here. To apply, email

March 18 – Calvary, Bastrop Seeks Communications Manager
Calvary Episcopal Church, a rapidly growing faith community in historic downtown Bastrop, Texas, is searching for a talented Communications Manager to join our team. This role offers the opportunity to creatively share our story with the parish and wider community, overseeing all print and digital communications. This is a 20 hour/week role and can be done remotely. For more information, click here. To apply, email your resume and cover letter to

March 18 – Calvary, Bastrop Seeks Parish Administrator & Executive Assistant to the Rector
We are seeking a highly organized, detail-oriented team player to be our Parish Administrator & Assistant to the Rector. This role is responsible for providing comprehensive administrative and operational support to the Rector, ensuring the smooth and efficient functioning of the church office. This is a part-time role at 24 hours per week. For more information, click here. To apply, email your resume and cover letter to

March 1 – Calvary, Bastrop Seeks Communications & Operations Manager
Calvary Episcopal Church is a growing, dynamic church located at the intersection of downtown & the river in beautiful Bastrop. Calvary is looking for a Parish & Communications Manager who has ministry gifts to creatively and effectively tell our story to the parish and the wider community, be responsible for designing and producing all print and digital communications, and oversee the daily administration and operations of the parish. For more information, click here. To apply, email your resume and cover letter to

Feb 27 – St. Martin’s, Houston Seeks Child Caregiver
For a Christian, work should never just be work. It should be an integral part of how we serve God, His Kingdom and our community. That is what you will find in a career at St. Martin’s Episcopal Church! We are looking for a loving, energetic, and committed individual to join the amazing team of Caregivers who provide childcare for children from newborn to 5 years of age during our worship services. Candidates must have a welcoming and nurturing demeanor, a love for working with children and the ability to communicate in English. The person in this role should be committed to the Mission and Core Values of St. Martin’s Episcopal Church. For more information, click here. Due to the nature of this role, only Christian applicants will be considered. Please forward resume to

Feb 5 – Diocese of Texas, Austin Seeks Canon for Formation
The Diocese of Texas is seeking a dedicated and visionary Director of Formation to lead the development and implementation of formative discipleship and leadership strategies across our faith communities. This role requires a dynamic individual committed to nurturing spiritual growth and fostering a culture of intentional discipleship at both the parish and diocesan levels. This position Reports tothe Rt. Rev. Kathryn M. Ryan Suffragan Bishop. For key responsibilities and more information, click here. Email resumes to: Director of Human Resources, Zee Turnbul at

Jan 8 – Trinity, Houston Seeks Part-time Sexton
Trinity Episcopal Church is looking for a self-motivated individual to fill this part-time position which would require approximately 20 hours of work a week. This position would require the individual to work four hours on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday (times are negotiable) and then eight hours on Sunday from 7am to 2pm. This position requires the ability to show compassion and respect to volunteers, staff, and the homeless community we serve. Reports directly to the Parish Administrator. Sexton’s duties would require them to be able to set up and take down tables/chairs/ tents/ and sound equipment for various events held at church. Also be required to be able to occasionally change light bulbs, make small repairs around the church based on normal wear and tear that occurs, assist vendors with access and deliveries to the church, empty the humidifier tank in the chapel, water certain gardens on the grounds a couple times a week, clear trash around the perimeter of the church on a daily basis left by neighborhood visitors, ability to open and close the building for staff or volunteers on occasion. Opportunity for extra hours occasionally will occur during the year when we have Weddings, Funerals, Concerts, events, and during Holy Week / Advent. If you are interested in applying, email Ryan Mire at

Jan 8 – Trinity, Houston Seeks Part-time Nursery Worker
Trinity seeks a childcare giver to provide excellent childcare to families, especially those ages 0-4 years of age. This position provides childcare during worship services on Sundays with work hours usually from 7:30 am-1:30 pm., with the possibility for additional times and dates as needed. Candidates must be able to provide childcare for worship services, occasional weekday programs, activities, and special events as assigned. Responsibilities include setting up nursery areas and supplies before the nursery opens to receive children. Greet parents and children upon arrival and departure while overseeing the check-in procedure. This position reports to the associate rector of Trinity Episcopal Church. Other responsibilities include: · Responsible for providing age-appropriate care, including feeding, changing diapers, escorting to the bathroom, maintaining a safe environment, and cheerfully interacting with children through games, stories, play, and prayer. · Be polite, friendly, and courteous to all children, parents, and volunteers. · Stay until the children are secured with a responsible adult on the sign-in sheet. · In an emergency, notify the parents via cell phone. · Straighten the room and clean any toys before leaving. · Report to the church staff any issues which are hindering the carrying out of the duties or responsibilities of this position · Communicate in advance, by phone to the church staff: 1) any planned absences with an advance of at least two weeks or 2) any unplanned absences at least two hours before nursery hours. · Both, the sign-in sheet for the children and the timecard for the nursery worker should be turned in to Rev. Luz’s mailbox at the end of the day. If you are interested in applying, email Ryan Mire at

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