Associate Rector, Christ Church, Georgetown
Christ Church, Georgetown seeks a full-time, experienced Associate Rector. Christ Church has an average Sunday attendance of 450 across four services. Our liturgical style is formal, reverent and grounded int he Anglican tradition. True to the principles of its founders, Christ Church remains politically neutral and a congregation of diverse points of view. A portfolio of specific areas of responsibility will be assigned by the rector, depending on the associate rector's gifts/experience, from among the following: Adult Formation, New Members Ministry, Liturgy Preparation, Mission/Outreach, and Parish Life. Applicants with experience/calling in any of these areas should highlight them in their application. To apply, please submit the following via email to Paul Barkett, director of administration: cover letter, OTM profile, resume, two sermons (audio/video links preferrered). Applications will be accepted until January 15, 2020. (listed 11/22)
Rector, Christ Church, Washington Parish
Christ Church, Washington Parish seeks a Rector for a growing, vibrant church in the thriving Capitol Hill neighborhood of Washington, D.C. Our parishioners reflect Capitol Hill's diversity-politically diverse, most between the ages of 25 and 60, many with graduate degrees, many young families, with a large number of children in Sunday school. We seek an insightful preacher who will facilitate smart decision-making, delegate effectively, train lay leaders, develop programs, and bring together the different generations in the congregation. Our rector should challenge us, laugh with us, and lead us as we grow. Email cover letter, resume, OTM profile, and link to recent sermon. (listed 10/22)
Associate Rector for Discipleship and Worship, St. Columba's
St. Columba's is seeking an Associate Rector for Discipleship and Worship to lead in the design and coordination of spiritual pathways that enable entry, nourishment, and life-long growth in the way of Christ, and lead in the design and coordination of inspiring worship for all services for all ages. We seek a priest who is innovative and entrepreneurial; who is deeply committee to nourishing souls and passionate about helping people grow in faith; a creative liturgist; with ability to work in a large system; a person on fire with the Spirit of Christ. Interested candidates should email a cover letter, resume, OTM profile, and recording or text of a sermon given in the last six months to the Rev. Ledlie I. Laughlin, rector, or send to his attention at St. Columba's, 4201 Albemarle St., NW, Washington, DC 20016. (listed 10/02)
Parish Secretary, St. Alban's, DC
St. Alban's, DC is looking for a full-time (40 hours per week, Monday - Friday) Parish Secretary to handle a variety of administrative duties to support parish communications, maintain parish membership records, and manage the church office. Bachelor's degree or equivalent skill level preferred, as is familiarity with Microsoft Office and with ACS REALM. Interested candidates, please submit brief cover letter and resume to Charles Porter and reference "Parish Secretary position" in the subject line of your email. (listed 2/2020)
Director of Children, Youth, and Families, St. John's, Norwood
St. John's, Norwood seeks a Director of Children, Youth, and Families who will nurture and support the health and spiritual formation of our young people and their families, including the primary responsibility of directing our Sunday morning Church School. The Director will work closely with the Rector to provide excellent age-appropriate formation for our children and youth, and will be supported by a part-time Assistant for Children, Youth, and Families. The Director is expected to be present for Sunday morning services and will be the primary staff person responsible for Sunday programs for children, youth, and families. Please email resumé and cover letter to Karen Berry. (listed 1/2020)
Campaign Coordinator, Washington National Cathedral
The Campaign Coordinator works with the Campaign Director and Campaign Co-Chairs to ensure the Cathedral's five-year campaign is on schedule and progressing with a high level of visibility and momentum. The Coordinator provides administrative support to Cathedral staff members and Campaign volunteers, including scheduling meetings, taking minutes, coordinating communications and flow of information, supporting the creation of materials for donor meetings, drafting correspondence, assisting with research, and supporting campaign-related events. Bachelor's degree; 2-3 years of administrative experience; excellent interpersonal, communications, and organizational skills required. Please visit our website to view the complete position description. (listed 1/2020)
Bookkeeper (part-time), Calvary, D.C.
Calvary Episcopal Church seeks a part-time bookkeeper. This position performs a variety of duties directly related to data input, analysis and processing of accounts receivable and accounts payable. This position holds primary responsibility for recording and monitoring all financial transactions of the church. Please email resume and cover letter to Jennifer Amuzie, the personnel chair, to apply. (listed 12/19)
Missioner for Community Engagement, St. Columba's, D.C.
St. Columba's Missioner for Community Engagement (MCE) is a full time, core position sharing - with the rector, clergy and staff - in the leadership of this congregation. The MCE is a pastor, teacher, community organizer, evangelist and administrator who works collegially with staff and parishioners to share the love of Christ, and to develop and implement offerings and programs that serve the overall mission of the church. The MCE is expected to function at a very high level of personal and professional creativity, take initiative and responsibility for specific areas of ministry, and work collaboratively. Submit resume. (listed 12/19)
Development Director, Samaritan Ministry, D.C.
Samaritan Ministry of Greater Washington (SMGW) seeks a full-time Development Director (DD) to engage current and prospective donors to offer their time, talent and treasure, to support our shared mission of empowering our neighbors in need. The DD oversees all SMGW fundraising activities including individual giving, gift solicitation, corporate sponsorship, grant-writing, event planning, and publication. The DD reports to the Executive Director (ED). In partnership with the ED, the DD engages and recognizes individual and institutional donors as well as partner churches. The DD manages a 6-person team, co-manages the Development Committee and participates on the management team. To apply, email a resume and a cover letter to: Rev. David B. Wolf, Executive Director, Samaritan Ministry of Greater Washington. (listed 6/19)
Bilingual Communications Coordinator (part-time), St. Stephen and the Incarnation, D.C.
Está en la búsqueda de un Coordinador/a Bilingüe de Comunicaciones. El Coordinador/a trabajará entre 8 y 10 horas por semana coordinando las comunicaciones de las tres congregaciones que conforman la iglesia y ayudando con el alcance comunitario. El trabajo será realizado remotamente. Envíe una carta de intención, su resumé y 2 muestras de escritura antes del 1 de junio del 2019
Seeking a part-time Bilingual Communications Coordinator. The Coordinator will work up to 8-10 hours per week to assemble key communications for the church’s three congregations and to support outreach to the broader community. Work may be done remotely. Send cover letter, resume and 2 writing samples by June 1, 2019. (listed 5/19)
Leader for Creative Connection and Engagement (part-time), St. George's, Glenn Dale
St. George's is looking for a part-time (15 hr/wk) Leader for Creative Connection and Engagement specifically focused on connecting with the wider community, helping us grow our ability to share our faith, and enhancing programs that engage new and established members. The three main components of the position are: identifying opportunities to connect with the communities around us; developing small group ministry; and assisting in sustaining these new ministries. Familiarity with the Episcopal church is preferred, but an enthusiasm for evangelism and building connections inside and outside of the parish is the most important quality. Submit resume and cover letter by March 20 to the Rev. Connie Reinhardt. (listed 2/19)
Program Director (part-time), Trinity Volunteer Corps, Trinity, D.C.
Trinity Volunteer Corps is seeking to hire a part-time Program Director. The services to be provided by the PD will facilitate TVC's relationships and enable program participants to serve the poor and disenfranchised directly by working to effect a positive change in their lives and to make the Christian faith evident through works. TVC seeks to provide young adults with an opportunity to live together in an intentional Christian Community while working full-time for justice and advocacy, peace and independence through service and simplicity with local social service agencies in the greater Washington, D.C. area. (listed 1/19)
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Family Ministry Coordinator (part-time), St. Paul's, K Street, D.C.
St Paul's K St seeks a 10-15 hours weekly staff member to coordinate family ministry. This position will promote opportunities for families and children to find a spiritual home; lead a Sunday morning formation program for children; oversee nursery workers; build community with families and the wider parish. We currently utilize CGS but hope to discern the best approach for our needs. We envisage this position initially running for 9-12 months, with consideration of renewal at that time. Core hours are Sundays, with other hours as needed, and the possibility of some work from home. To apply please submit cover letter, resume, 2-3 references by email.
Director of Children's Ministries, St Columba's, D.C.
Located in upper northwest Washington, D.C., St. Columba’s Episcopal Church (www.columba.org) is a vibrant, inclusive, and urban congregation committed to proclaiming the Gospel through worship and ministry, as individuals and as a congregation. The church is seeking an experienced full-time lay Director of Children’s Ministries (DCM). This individual will serve as pastor, teacher, evangelist, and administrator who works collegially with staff and parishioners to share the love of Christ, and to develop and implement offerings and programs that serve the overall mission of the church. Interested candidates should email a cover letter and resume to email@example.com.