Episcopal Diocese of Washington
The Diocese - Employment
Rector, St. Paul’s K Street, DC: Parish in downtown DC seeks rector. A healthy, large, high-Anglo-Catholic parish with large facilities, many programs, and strong urban outreach. ASA 327, 7 Sunday, and 21 weekday services. A desire to grow, strengthen connection to its surrounding community, and offer sacramental liturgy to a new generation. Rectory adjacent to parish grounds. Compensation $92,949 plus benefits. Read the parish's answers to OTM Portfolio questions. Access the parish profile on St. Paul's website. Submit resumes and OTM Portfolios to the Rev. Canon Paula Clark by August 29.
Priest-in-Charge (part-time), All Faith: All Faith, Charlotte Hall, a historic church in St. Mary’s County, seeks a Priest-In-Charge to provide strong pastoral leadership to a parish community which has seen much transition over the last several years. The parish is multi-generational with deep roots in St. Mary’s County. Applicants should, likewise, be interested in ministering in the St. Mary’s community, both within the congregation and collaboratively outside of the parish. Candidates should also be forward-thinking in developing the parish for future generations, and have the ability to navigate and mediate conflict and change. Candidates will lead two Sunday services and work one other day a week. Interested persons should forward resumes and OTM portfolios to: The Reverend Canon Paula E. Clark.
Assistant Rector, St. John's, Norwood: St. John’s Norwood, a vibrant, growing, Episcopal church in the heart of Bethesda-Chevy Chase, MD (a suburb of Washington DC) with an average Sunday attendance of 350 across four Sunday services, seeks an Assistant Rector. Members represent a variety of racial and ethnic backgrounds, nationalities, political affiliations, family configurations, sexual orientations, abilities, and religious traditions. Seeking a highly motivated, passionate, creative and down-to earth assistant priest is who will join the rector in the mission of “Building Community at the Crossroads of Faith and Life.” Responsibilities include worship leadership, preaching, Christian Formation and Education, pastoral care, and administrative duties. Must be an ordained Episcopal priest or newly ordained deacon with set ordination date for priesthood. Compensation will be commensurate with diocesan guidelines including full benefits, housing allowance, vacation and continuing education. Resumes may be sent to The Rev. Sari Ateek at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rector, St. John’s Church, Beltsville: Parish in northern Prince George’s County, MD seeks rector. A healthy, multicultural, historic, suburban parish which features strong lay leadership, spiritual vitality, vibrant worship, and a deep commitment to community outreach and growth. ASA 114 with two Sunday services. Compensation $74,700 salary and housing, negotiable, plus benefits. Access St. John's website for a copy of the Parish Profile. Read the parish’s answers to OTM portfolio questions here. Submit resumes and OTM portfolios to email@example.com by September 2, 2014.
Bilingual, Assistant Priest: Our Saviour, Hillandale, an extremely diverse, multicultural church in the Episcopal Diocese of Washington is seeking a full-time assistant who is fluently bilingual in Spanish and English. This priest will share liturgical, preaching, and pastoral care duties, be in charge of youth ministry, and be the primary priest for a rapidly growing Latino membership. Interested candidates should submit resumes to the Rev. Paula Clark, Canon for Clergy Development and Multicultural Ministries.
Youth Minister, Christ Church, Kensington: Christ Church Parish Kensington (CCPK), a vibrant parish, proud of its youth program and ready to take the next step on its journey, seeks a part-time (20 hrs/week avg.) lay/or Ordained Youth Minister. The Youth Minister will be the primary contact person for youth ministries (6th- 12th graders and their families) and will help the parish envision new and creative models of youth ministry for the future. The schedule of hours is flexible. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to Father Tim Raasch, Interim Rector, CCPK at firstname.lastname@example.org. Read the full job description...
Chaplain, Beauvoir School: Beauvoir School seeks a chaplain for 12 hours/week. The chaplain will plan, conduct, and oversee chapel services for students ages 3-3rd grade; provide pastoral care for students, staff, and parents; and work closely with Beauvoir teachers and staff, as well as other chaplains on the National Cathedral close. Read the full job description. Please contact Amy Vorenberg to apply.
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