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Clergy Positions

Director of Youth & Family Ministries: St. Philip’s Episcopal Church in Laurel, MD, seeks a part-time (20 hrs/week) Director of Youth & Family Ministries (lay or clergy). This Director will be the point of contact for coordinating the various youth and family ministries, and will help the parish to envision new and creative models of ministry for the future. Director may be involved with worship. The schedule of hours is flexible Monday through Saturday; however, Sundays are required. Read full description...

Rector, St. Peter’s, Poolesville: Parish in upper Montgomery County seeks rector. A healthy, small-town parish with strong lay leaders, diverse liturgical options, and a beautiful new facility. ASA 107 and three Sunday services. The parish has a desire to grow and to maintain deep connection to its surrounding community. Rectory on parish grounds. Compensation $71,052 plus benefits. Read the parish's answers to OTM portfolio questions. Submit resumes and OTM Portfolios to pclark@edow.org by May 28.

Assistant Rector, St. Paul's, Rock Creek - St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Rock Creek parish is looking for a full-time Assistant Rector who will report directly to the Rector and share fully in the liturgical and pastoral life and ministry of the church through the celebrating of the Eucharist, preaching, and teaching. The Assistant Rector will also have specific responsibility for Christian Education, Pastoral Care and Evangelism. We offer a 2-year contract. The compensation package includes a competitive salary, health and life insurance, 401K and contribution Church Pension Fund.

Assistant Rector, St. Margaret’s, DC (Full-Time) Parish in Washington, DC seeks, Assistant Rector who will work collaboratively with the Rector as part of two-person clergy team serving an active and growing urban parish. The Assistant will be charged with development of lay leadership and program oversight in ministries of Welcome/Incorporation, Youth and Young, Adult Christian Formation, and Evangelism.  The Assistant will be asked to build new programs and strengthen existing ministries in these areas.  The Assistant will also share in preaching, administration of the Sacraments, pastoral duties and all other aspects of priestly ministry. This is a full-time position with benefits. Salary will be based on the Clergy Salary guidelines of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington. Please send cover letter, resume and OTM profile by April 25, 2014  to applications@stmargaretsdc.org.

Chaplain to the Lower and Intermediate Schools: St. Andrew’s Episcopal School in Potomac, MD seeks a Chaplain to the Lower and Intermediate Schools (grades Preschool 1 to 5th) starting July 1, 2014. For further information, including a position description, please visit  www.saes.org, or contact the Rev. Patty Alexander at palexander@saes.org or 240.477.1698.

Day School Chaplain: St. Patrick's Parish in Washington, DC seeks a Chaplain for Nursery - Grade 8 starting on June 30, 2014. For further information, see the position description  or contact the Rev. Dr. Kurt Gerhard, Rector, at kurt@stpatrickschurchdc.org or 202-342-2800 or Mr. Peter Barrett, Head of School, at barrettp@stpatsdc.org or 202-342-2805.

More information on clergy employment.

Lay Positions

Director of Youth & Family Ministries: St. Philip’s Episcopal Church in Laurel, MD, seeks a part-time (20 hrs/week) Director of Youth & Family Ministries (lay or clergy). This Director will be the point of contact for coordinating the various youth and family ministries, and will help the parish to envision new and creative models of ministry for the future. Director may be involved with worship. The schedule of hours is flexible Monday through Saturday; however, Sundays are required. Read full description...
 
Youth Missioner, Diocese of Easton: The Episcopal Diocese of Easton is seeking an energetic individual committed to nurturing the faith of our young people for the full time position of Youth Missioner. The Youth Missioner’s function is to help the diocese, parishes, and the diocesan camp create, develop and support effective youth ministries – engaging youth from k through college age in the gospel of Christ.  This position’s time will be allocated 2/3’s to the diocesan youth mission program and 1/3 as a camp programming supervisor. Qualifications for this position include and college degree, experience in conducting youth ministry in diocesan, parish and/or camp environments, knowledge of Christian education curricula, strong communication and organizational skills. Interested candidates should download contact information, the full job description and reflection questionnaire at dioceseofeaston.org/our-ministries/youth/.
 
Organist/Choir Director, Saint Stephen Lutheran Church, Silver Spring: Saint Stephen Lutheran Church is seeking Organist/Choir Director. Applicants should be proficient in piano, organ, choral directing; possibility of handbells, children's choir. 20 hrs/wk; salary in AGO range. Contact Search Chair Norman Strike - (301) 270-6510 evenings; twostrikes@verizon.net; or send resume to 7510 Carroll Ave, Takoma Park, MD 20912.
 
Director, The Friends of St. Benedict: Our mission is sharing the ancient wisdom of Benedictine monasticism. The core program: Benedictine Experiences, Symposium on Benedictine Spirituality, and newsletter publications.  The Director works with an Administrator, local partners, and generous board. Applicants need skills for event-planning, administration, finances, fundraising, and relationship-building. See the full description.
 
Office and Communications Manager (Full-time): St. David's, Washington (www.stdavidsdc.org) is seeking a full-time employee. Responsible for technology and communications management (website, promotional materials, publications), office management, buildings and grounds, budget oversight, and staff and vendor relations. Experience with website design, Microsoft Word, Excel and Quark Express or Publisher required. Salary based on experience with benefits package, paid annual and sick leave, plus Federal holidays. Submit resume and cover letter to robindodge@starpower.net.

Business Manager: Grace Episcopal Day School, a school in Kensington, Maryland, serving 100 students from age 3 through Fifth Grade, is seeking a part-time (30 hours/week) Business Manager. The Business Manager is primarily responsible for maintaining the accounting records of the school and for budgeting, projecting, tracking and monitoring its cash and financial positions.  S/he manages all activities designated as business office responsibilities including risk management and insurance, employee compensation and personnel policies, and state and federal government compliance.  S/he serves as the primary contact with the school’s banks, auditors, investment managers, insurance carriers, vendors, and government regulators.  Read the full job description here and application details here.  

Communications Coordinator: St. John's Church, Lafayette Square seeks a friendly and competent Communications Coordinator to manage the St. John’s web presence, design basic graphics and publications, and perform administrative duties. Full job description: http://bit.ly/1ivkh8j. To apply, send your resume and cover letter (with salary requirement and earliest start date) to kendra.seymour@stjohns-dc.org.

Development Director: The Bishop Walker School Development Director will work in concert with the Executive Director, governing board, and development committee. He/she will be responsible for designing and directing the implementation of a comprehensive fundraising plan with annual goals, objectives, and strategies for fundraising programs directed at individuals, foundations, corporations, and religious institutions. Read the full description.

Development Director: In partnership with the Executive Director (ED), Samaritan Ministry of Greater Washington seeks an outgoing, competent and full-time professional to serve as Director of Development (DD) to engage and inspire others in our mission through the sharing of time, talent and treasure. The DD is oversees all fundraising activities of SMGW including strategic fundraising planning (10%); individual giving campaigns, sponsorship and major gift solicitation (40%), grant-writing (40%) and event-related planning (10%). With the ED, the DD cultivates, engages and recognizes individual and institutional donors as well as partner organizations. The DD coordinates the design of development publications and oversees key fundraising events. The DD manages one full-time paid staff and several ad hoc volunteers. The DD reports to the ED and functions in a relationship of professional accountability with 3 other managers. Read the full job description. Send a resume and cover letter explaining why this would be a good match for you to dwolf@samaritanministry.org.

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Oldfields Chapel, Hughesville

Oldfields Chapel, Hughesville
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