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Associate Chaplain, Tyler, Tex.

Associate Chaplain

All Saints Episcopal School

Diocese of Texas

Tyler, Texas

 

All Saints Episcopal School seeks an associate chaplain for the 2015 - 2016 school year. It is the only school in East Texas accredited by the Independent Schools Association of the Southwest, a member school of both the National Association of Independent Schools and the National Association of Episcopal Schools. The student body represents the growing diversity of East Texas with over 20 denominations and faiths represented.

The associate chaplain’s primary responsibility will be pastoral care, chapel services, and faith formation classes in the lower school division. Additionally, the associate chaplain will teach religion in the Intermediate and Middle School divisions. The associate chaplain will work cooperatively with the senior chaplain to provide pastoral care and support to students, families, faculty, and staff of the All Saints community.

Qualifications & Skills:

  • Have a religion or theology degree
  • Lay person or an ordained priest in the Episcopal Church
  • Experience working with young people in a school and/or parish setting preferred
  • Possess demonstrated preaching expertise to young children
  • Possess excellent experience and knowledge of the needs of young children as learners
  • Possess knowledge of the pastoral care needs of young children and their families
  • Have the ability to apply religious teaching to the lives of students and faculty among diverse backgrounds
  • Demonstrate the ability to express the Episcopalian faith in ways that are open to and inclusive of the various religious and cultural beliefs and practices present in the All Saints community
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the theories and practicalities involved in providing pastoral care to the school community
  • Have excellent collaboration and team-building skills
  • Be self-motivated, flexible, and a good problem-solver
  • Possess excellent communication, listening, and organizational skills
  • Essential Functions:
  • Effective management and oversight of spiritual programming in the Lower School
  • Develop Chapel themes for the school year
  • Create communication pieces for the Lower School that reflect Episcopal identity
  • Ensure Chapel liturgy has integrity and relevance for the Lower School
  • Implement opportunities for student involvement in services
  • Provide prayers at Lower School meetings and events
  • Oversight of spiritual celebrations
  • Develop and teach faith formation curriculum for Lower School
  • Participate in the community service programs in the Lower School
  • Make hospital, home visitations, and condolence calls
  • Meet with School Counselor, Lower School Head, and School Nurse weekly for Student Support Resource Team to address the social/emotional needs of the Lower School student body

Please send a letter of interest and resume to The Reverend Thomas Morris, School Chaplain, at tmorris@all-saints.org.

All Saints Episcopal School: Located in Tyler, Texas, midway between Dallas and Shreveport, All Saints is a co-ed independent day school of approximately 700 students in grades 3K - 12. Founded by Christ Episcopal Church in 1976, the school enjoyed rapid growth and is among a premier group of college preparatory schools in East Texas, and the only one accredited by the Independent School Association of the Southwest and an NAIS member. All graduates matriculate to colleges or universities, many among the most selective in the nation. Much of the school’s success may be attributed to effective advancement work which rapidly grew enrollment to over 700 in the last decade and secured a 150 acre campus and funded state of the art facilities.

In the spirit of “bricks and mortar do not a school make,” All Saints’ great strength is the tremendous passion the educators, students, parents, friends, and trustees have for the school. It is a wonderful school and community in which to work and a great opportunity for new faculty.

 

This is a full time position.

Applications for this position are due March 20th, 2015.

For more information, please visit http://www.all-saints.org/Page/About-Us/Careers.

To apply, please submit a letter of interest, resume and ministry profile to The Rev. Thomas Morris, tmorris@all-saints.org.

 

Posted February 21, 2015.

Assistant Rector, Cape Elizabeth, Portland, Maine | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Assistant Rector, Cape Elizabeth, Portland, Maine

Assistant Rector

St. Albans - Cape Elizabeth

Diocese of Maine

Portland, Maine

 

Assistant Rector, Youth and Young Adult Ministries, St. Alban’s Parish, Cape Elizabeth, Maine (75% time) and

Assistant to the Priest-in-Charge, St. Peter’s Parish Portland, (25% time)

Created with the enthusiastic blessing of the Bishop of Maine, the Right Rev. Stephen Lane, this position calls for a priest to serve in two nearby parishes with the mentorship and supervision of two rectors. This position is open following the wonderfully successful and faith-filled three-year ministry of a gifted Assistant who is discerning a call in another diocese.

St. Alban's is a dynamic and vibrant parish, one of the largest in the diocese. St. Peter's is a smaller parish in the city of Portland. This shared position offers a wonderful diversity of experience to a new priest and has proved to be a rewarding and fruitful ministry.

 

This is a full time position.

The deadline for this position is March 30th, 2015.

Please apply and direct all inquiries to:
The Rev. Timothy A. Boggs
Rector
St. Alban's Parish
885 Shore Road
Cape Elizabeth, ME 04107
tboggs@stalbansmaine.org

 

Posted on February 15th, 2015.

Episcopal School Chaplain, Lafayette, La. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Episcopal School Chaplain, Lafayette, La.

Episcopal School Chaplain

Episcopal School of Acadiana

Diocese of Western Louisiana

Lafayette, La.

 

MS/US Chaplain
Episcopal School of Acadiana, Lafayette, LA
Independent, day school, PK3–12, 500 students
Position starts July 2015

Episcopal School of Acadiana, founded in 1979, seeks a dynamic educator to serve as the
chaplain for our middle and upper schools. ESA is the diocesan school of the diocese of
Western Louisiana and welcomes students of all faiths, and a wide variety of socio-economic,
ethnic, racial, and personal/family backgrounds. ESA is a coed day school serving students from
PK3 through 12th grade. We are a diverse community with a simple mission: to instill the habits
of scholarship and honor in our students and challenge them to develop intellectually, spiritually
and physically. Our school motto is “Excellence from Within,” and that motto is lived out every
day in our community. ESA seeks a full-time chaplain for our Cade campus (6th-12th grade) to
advance our educational and spiritual mission, but we are also looking for a dynamic school
community leader whose reach will extend beyond the chapel and the classroom. We seek
someone to embrace the school’s mission and creativity and to support and minister to students,
parents, faculty, administrators, and staff from a variety of backgrounds.

A member of the school’s administrative team, the chaplain reports directly to the
Headmaster. The chaplain’s primary responsibilities include:

  •  Leading the spiritual life of the school through our chapel program,
  • Teaching courses in religious studies,
  • Joining our flourishing community service program, and
  • Working with our lower school chaplain to enhance our Episcopal identity.

We are seeking an educator with personal and pastoral warmth, a deep commitment to
independent school education, demonstrated leadership experience, and a strong, persuasive
communicator. An independent school background/experience is desirable. Episcopal School of
Acadiana will conduct this search in cooperation with the Bishop of the diocese of Western
Louisiana, and preference will be given to candidates who are ordained in the Episcopal Church.
However, all candidates will be considered.

 

This is a full time position.

The position is open until filled.

For more information, please visit: http://www.esacadiana.com/uploaded/administrative_pdfs/ChaplainJob.pdf.

To apply, please send a a cover letter, résumé, and reference list with contact information to Paul Baker, headmaster, at headmaster@ESAcadiana.com.

 

Posted February 15, 2015.

Associate Rector, Anchorage, Ky. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Associate Rector, Anchorage, Ky.

Associate Rector

St. Luke's Episcopal Church

Diocese of Kentucky

Anchorage, Kentucy (metropolitan Louisville)

 

St. Luke's is a parish in positive transition, having called an experienced Rector six months ago after a two-year interim period that started with the death of the previous Rector from a long battle with cancer. We are located in the heart of east Louisville, in a semi-independent township called Anchorage. Our demographic shows great promise for the development of ministries for young adults and families with children. Our ASA in 2014 was 150.

We are looking for a highly motivated associate rector. While we need someone to take the portfolio of outreach, pastoral care (administrative oversight), Christian formation (children), youth (administrative oversight), and communications, we seek out the best candidate and prefer to negotiate a ministry portfolio based on a person's spiritual gifts and passions.

Responsibilities for preaching, presiding at worship, pastoral counseling and visitation, and other normal priestly duties will be shared equally.

 

This is a full time position.

There is no deadline for applications.

For more information, please visit: www.stlukesanchorage.org.

To apply: please contact St. Luke's Rector, The Rev. Michael L. Delk via e-mail, rector@stlukesanchorage.com, or phone: (502) 245-8827 [o]; (757) 876-3786 [m]. Applications can also be mailed to St. Luke's Episcopal Church, P.O. Box 23336, Anchorage, KY 40223.

 

Posted on February 3, 2015.

Associate Rector, Venice, Fla. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Associate Rector, Venice, Fla.

Associate Rector

St. Mark's Episcopal Church

Diocese of Southwest Florida

Venice, Florida

 

Desired qualities and characteristics

• Motivated to participate fully and with enthusiasm in the entire worshipping and communal life of the parish
• Good preaching and teaching skills and a desire and love of both
• Ability to listen with an open and discerning heart and be pastorally sensitive to the needs of others
• Ability to communicate and connect in a sincere and honest manner with all age groups
• Self-starter and motivated
• Possessing a relaxed and natural sense of humor and a developed sense of self
• A sense and awareness of the connection between physical, emotional and spiritual well-being
• Graciousness and the ability to show kindness to all people and age groups
• Ability and desire for collegiality with staff and other clergy
• A comfort and desire for outreach ministry
• Comfort in pastoral care ministry—especially to the sick and dying

Required duties

• Attendance at all worship services
• Preaching twice a month and leading the Saturday night worship service on those weekends
• Serving as the Celebrant on the Sundays that one is not preaching
• Leading and preaching at the Wednesday Healing Service every other week
• Attendance at weekly staff meetings and scheduled staff events
• Weekly meeting with Pastoral Care Team
• Attendance at monthly Vestry meetings
• Teaching one section (6 to 8 weeks) of the Wednesday morning Bible Class
• Teaching one session per semester of a Wednesday night Adult Education class
• Attending monthly meetings of the ECW and Mark’s Men Dinner Meeting
• Participating fully in Christmas, Ash Wednesday, Easter and Holy Week Services
• Monthly visitation and communion with assigned parishioners who are homebound or in assisted living facilities
• Shared weekly hospital visits with clergy and Parish Nurse
• Participating in clergy duties relating to funerals, baptisms and marriages as needed
• Necessary but limited participation in other ministry meetings and functions
• Pastoral counseling when necessary
• Being an occasional presence at special events for youth and preschool
• Membership and participation in at least one community service group
• Attendance at monthly deanery clericus and other diocesan events and meetings when necessary
• Disciplined prayer and study time and weekly “mini Sabbath moments”
• Adherence to weekly days off, vacations and holidays
• Utilizing continuing education benefit as per contract
• Other ministry duties deemed necessary by the Rector

 

This is a full time position.

Applications for this position are due February 29, 2015.

For more information, please visit www.stmarksvenice.org.

To apply: OTM link available on website. Contact is The Rev. James H. Puryear, Rector.

 

Posted February 3rd, 2015.

Priest-in-Charge, Central Penn. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Priest-in-Charge, Central Penn.

Priest-in-Charge

Leadership Development Institute

Diocese of Central Pennsylvannia

Specific location in negotiation

 

The Diocese of Central PA is looking for students who have the gifts and feel the call to work in small congregations in the northern Appalachian Mountains of Central Pennsylvania. We are developing regional ministry situations and as a part of this process, the diocese and the congregations are discussing ways in which we can share resources in order to provide a full-time package (salary, housing & benefits) for the right clergy persons. Interested candidates for this program will need to have an interview with The Right Rev. Robert Gepert, Provisional Bishop, Diocese of Central PA, before being invited to participate. Persons invited into this program will be required to participate for two years in a continuing education program that will involve monthly meetings and mentoring with established clergy. This is the first year for this program.

 

This is a full time position.

Applications for this position are due May 1, 2015.

To apply: please contact Fr. Patrick Collins, Transition Ministry Officer.
pcollins@diocesecpa.org
717.236.5959
101 Pine Street
Harrisburg, PA 17101

 

Posted February 3, 2015.

Rector, Glen Allen, Va. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Rector, Glen Allen, Va.

Rector

Christ Church Episcopal

Diocese of Virginia, Region XII

Glen Allen, Va.

 

Christ Church Episcopal was founded with a simple idea in mind: to create an inviting, growing, and living community in Christ. We are a parish open to the movement of the Holy Spirit. Christ Church Episcopal is located in the far west end of Richmond, VA and has evolved into a vibrant parish. There is a feeling of warmth and intimacy for newcomers and long-term members at Christ Church. We look forward to the rector God will bring to our church in this new chapter in our witness to Christ.

 

This is a full time position.

Applications are due in mid-March, 2015.

For more information, please check Christ Church Episcopal's profile on: www.ChristChurchRichmond.com.

To apply: we invite qualified candidates to submit their resume, letter of interest, and Personal Ministry Portfolio for review electronically to: clergysearch@ChristChurchRichmond.com.

 

Posted 28 January, 2015.

Executive Director, Lakeside Conn. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Executive Director, Lakeside Conn.

Executive Director

Camp Washington

Diocese of Connecticut

Lakeside Connecticut

 

DYNAMIC EPISCOPAL CAMP AND CONFERENCE CENTER IN CONNECTICUT IS LOOKING FOR A NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Camp Washington is searching for a dynamic individual who will demonstrate visionary leadership in creating, overseeing and marketing its programs and facilities in an environment of Christian care, love, and acceptance. A beautiful, vibrant and highly versatile facility with 15 buildings located on 300 acres in the scenic hills of northwestern Connecticut, Camp Washington hosts a wide range of programs for children and adults throughout its twelve-month program year.
The Executive Director is responsible for the overall administration of the camp and conference center operation and for consistently achieving the organization’s goals and financial objectives. Primary responsibilities include:
• Leadership: Lead a collaborative effort with the Board of Directors to create a compelling and achievable long-range vision and strategy; work with the staff to develop exciting, challenging program goals and plans; establish strong relationships with Diocesan groups, parishes, non-profit organizations and the community.
• Marketing: Develop a year-round, multi-faceted campaign to expose Camp Washington to the greater world; expand the number of people using Camp Washington as a resource for refreshment and growth opportunities; engage alumnae, prospective guests and collaborative partners.
• Relationship and Fund Development: Partner with the Board to create a multi-year development plan; find innovative ways to identify and cultivate potential donors; establish alumni/reunion programs, family and referral programs; significantly increase scholarship donations; effectively use social media to achieve goals.
• Program Development: Provide leadership in developing innovative programs with the board and staff; demonstrate imagination & creativity in finding new ways to invigorate campers and other guests.
• Budget and Finance: Work with the board and staff to prepare the annual operating budget; develop and recommend a long range capital budget for Camp Washington based on an on going appraisal of Camp Washington’s needs and physical plant.
• Conference Center: Develop and implement comprehensive and effective marketing plans to steadily increase conference attendance; secure yearly commitments from repeat user groups; manage the annual conference center schedule.
• Summer Camp: Develop a multi-channel marketing plan with the goal of achieving 100% attendance each week camp is in session; supervise and train the part-time camp director; be a visible leader during summer camp; ensure American Camp Association Standards are being followed in all areas of the facility.
• Staff: Attract, motivate, develop and retain a diverse staff of top-quality people; create a nurturing, empowering environment that gives the staff the skills, experiences and support they need to become successful leaders.
• Facility: Develop and manage a cost-effective maintenance program to properly safeguard and preserve camp property, buildings and equipment; evaluate facility management approaches to support program expansion and possible ways to increase capacity; meet all State of CT Department of Health regulations for a year-round camp and conference facility; hire and oversee all construction and maintenance activities performed by contractors and vendors.

Qualifications
• Demonstrated leadership skills
• Track record of leading successful marketing campaigns and growing “customer” base
• Demonstrated success in developing innovative, cost-effective and meaningful programs
• Strong team player
• Exceptional ability to establish goals, communicate, inspire, manage staff, work with a board of directors, and publicly represent an organization
• Demonstrated ability to manage finances and achieve the organization’s goals
• 3+ years of leadership experience at a camp and/ or conference center
• Willingness/ ability to have the flexible schedule needed to support Camp Washington’s programs
• Clergy members encouraged to apply
• Bachelor’s degree

Salary range: $60,000 to $80,000. Housing possible.

 

This is a full time position.

The application for this position is due February 16, 2015.

If after carefully reading and praying about this position, you are interested in exploring the possibilities of the position, please submit your résumé to Jody Rodiger (jrodiger@episcopalct.org).

 

Posted on January 20, 2015.

Rector, Portland, Ore. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Rector, Portland, Ore.

Rector

Grace Memorial Episcopal Church

Diocese of Oregon

Portland, Oregon

 

Grace Memorial, "A parish for all people in the heart of the city," seeks a full time rector. Imagine a Christian community that is loving, lively, curious, diverse, growing and committed to transformational change through God's Word; a parish that has created youth outreach programs in Africa and Latin America in the last two years; an affiliated nonprofit that operates Portland's largest children's summer Arts Camp. This is who we are - and there's much more, through God's Grace! If this description touches your heart, mind and soul, please go to our parish website, www.grace-memorial.org home page, "Prospective Rector Information" to read our parish profile, which includes our hopes for our new rector.

 

This is a full time position.

The deadline for this application is February 1, 2015.

For more information, please visit www.grace-memorial.org.

To apply, please send resume and OTM Portfolio to the Rev. Neysa Ellgren, Canon to the Ordinary of the Diocese of Oregon at neysae@diocese-oregon.org.

 

Posted January 20, 2015.

Assistant Priest for Children, Youth, and Family Ministry, Greenville, S.C. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Assistant Priest for Children, Youth, and Family Ministry, Greenville, S.C.

Assistant Priest for Children, Youth, and Family Ministry

St. James Episcopal Church

Diocese of Upper South Carolina

Greenville, S.C.

 

The assistant priest for children, youth, and family ministry will be responsible for developing, coordinating and administering an effective and comprehensive ministry to approximately 100 children, youth and their families, with a particular focus on youth between grades 6-12.

Summary of Position

St. James is an Episcopal church in Greenville, South Carolina with over 100 children and youth. We are seeking a full-time assistant priest for children, youth and family ministry who is called to take a leadership role in programming and administering Christian education for children and youth. The focus of this ministry is to help the children and youth at St. James to deepen their relationship with God in Christ.

The assistant priest for children, youth and family ministry will be responsible for developing, coordinating and administering an effective and comprehensive ministry to approximately 100 children, youth and their families, with a particular focus on youth between grades 6-12, consistent with St. James’ mission statement: St. James Episcopal Church is above all, a welcoming, caring community. We are dedicated to worship, outreach, fellowship and growth in the service of Christ.

 

Duties and Responsibilities

1. Foster faith formation among parish youth to help them develop as Christians and to live out the good news of the Gospel in their daily lives.

2. Initiate, implement, and oversee religious curriculum development, consistent with the Episcopal Church, to meet the particular needs of parish children, youth and their families.

3. Develop personal relationships with youth by creating a welcoming, fun and inclusive culture, being a friend and positive role model, and providing spiritual counseling as needed; also develop close ties with parents to support youth faith formation.

4. Plan and coordinate camps, conferences, retreats and trips, and participate in and encourage involvement in diocesan youth activities and with other parishes.

5. Identify, develop and disciple youth leaders, create opportunities for youth to be involved in worship and ministry as approved by the staff, and recruit, train, and motivate volunteers to assist in children, youth and family ministry.

6. Take primary responsibility for planning and leading Sunday night youth group meetings that are exciting, fun, and develop a sense of Christian community.

7. Take primary responsibility for planning and leading Sunday morning youth group studies between the 9:00 and 11:00 services.

8. Communicate program information to youth, parents, and the parish at large through a variety of media in a timely fashion, including social media and a youth calendar.

9. Collaborate with the Children’s Education Commission and Youth Commission in their effort to help develop, organize and oversee programs; specific duties to include preparing an annual budget/report and maintaining a multi-year plan.

10. Integrate youth program activities into the broader set of parish outreach activities.

11. Attend various sporting events, concerts and productions at local middle schools and high schools to support members of the youth group in their activities.

12. Build stronger relationships with youth and parents through appropriate texting and social media.

13. Represent St. James in the wider Christian and local community by serving on appropriate denomination committees and community organizations.

14. Assist in administering general parish electronic communication and social media.

15. Assist in sacramental ministry to the parish at large.

16. Preach and provide pastoral care as part of a regular rotation.

17. Perform other duties and tasks as requested by the Rector.

 

Qualifications, Education, Experience, and Abilities

1. Bachelor’s degree or equivalent from an accredited college or university.

2. A candidate for a Masters in Divinity with a strong record of academic performance.

3. A candidate for Holy Orders in the Episcopal Church.

4. A well-grounded and robust Christian faith, with the ability to articulate it to young people.

5. A demonstrated commitment to working with children, young people, and parents.

6. Outstanding leadership and relationship skills for educating, inspiring, and empowering young people, teachers, volunteers, parents, and reaching out to newcomers.

7. Prior experience in youth ministry, children’s and family ministry, and/or Christian education and formation is especially welcomed.

8. High integrity, sound judgment in challenging situations, ability to make quick decisions, grace under pressure, collaborative leadership, and a good sense of humor.

 

Other Information

1. Position is full time and includes weeknights, weekends, and multi-day summer trips.

2. Position requires a driver who owns a car with insurance and a safe driving record.

3. Position comes with an expense account, travel allowance, and continuing education allowance.

4. Position reports directly to the rector.

5. Competitive salary and benefits.

6. Employment is contingent on successful completion of background check and Episcopal approval.

 

This is a full time position.

St. James Episcopal Church accepts rolling admissions.

To apply:

1. Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and a list of references.

2. After the rector screens these materials, applicants of interest will be sent a series of questions to answer.

3. After these responses are reviewed, the Rector will schedule Skype interviews with candidates that are to go forward in the process.

4. The final step of the process is an onsite interview with the Youth Commission, Children’s Education Commission, members of the vestry and the

5. All correspondence should be forwarded to:

The Rev. Stephen J. Rhoades, Rector
St. James Episcopal Church
301 Piney Mountain Road
Greenville, SC 29609
rector@stjamesgreenville.org

 

Posted on January 15th, 2015.

Assistant Rector, Lynchburg Va. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Assistant Rector, Lynchburg Va.

Assitant Rector

St. John's Episcopal Church

Diocese of Southern Virginia

Lynchburg, Va.

St. John’s seeks to appoint an energetic and creative assistant rector whose primary ministry portfolio will further develop our ministry for children, youth and families as well as support outreach ministries. St. John’s is a parish of growing families with more baptisms than funerals. We long to provide more focus on their needs and possibilities. The successful candidate will be spiritually and emotionally mature and capable of building relationships inside and outside the parish. The assistant rector will share responsibility with the rector for teaching, preaching, sacraments, and pastoral care.

 

This is a full time position.

The deadline for submitting an application is February 15th, 2015.

For more information, please visit http://jobs.transitionministryconference.org/?page_id=4&job_board=/view/-9/.

To apply, please send resume and additional information to The Rev. Bill Watson, 200 Boston Ave., Lynchburg, VA 24503.

 

Posted January 12th, 2015.

Executive Director, Washington, D.C. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Executive Director, Washington, D.C.

Executive Director

The Shalem Institute for Spiritual Education

Diocese of Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C.

The Shalem Institute for Spiritual Formation seeks a deeply contemplative, seasoned, and visionary leader to serve as their next executive director. Shalem’s mission is to nurture contemplative living and leadership. It is an organization dedicated to developing and supporting contemplative leaders and building a continuing awareness of the importance of contemplative practice in our daily lives. Shalem offers a wide variety of programs and resources for clergy, spiritual directors, lay leaders and individuals who desire to open themselves more fully to God in their daily lives and work.

Shalem is based in the diverse Brookland neighborhood in northeast Washington, DC. The organization is governed by an 18-member board of directors and is guided by a 12-person staff, including the executive director. In addition, Shalem programs are led by 37 adjunct staff members whose level of involvement with Shalem varies each year. The organization’s current operating budget is $1M. Shalem programs are uniquely experiential in approach and are grounded in an understanding of classic Christian contemplative wisdom. Shalem offers long term programs, an online curriculum, day-long and weekend events, directed pilgrimages, the Gerald May Seminar, and the Contemplative Voices Awards. For more information, please visit: www.shalem.org.

Reporting to the Shalem Institute board of directors, the executive director’s primary responsibilities are providing strategic vision and leadership, resource development, relationship management and community relations, fiscal management and oversight of program development and management.
The executive director’s priorities will be to listen and discern where Shalem is as an organization and understand its values and operating; to maintain and build on current relationships with stakeholders; establish him/herself as the face and leader of the Shalem community in the spirit of servant leadership; seek funding opportunities that align with Shalem’s expanded reach; and develop a firm understanding of the financial and operational side of the organization, among others. See the full position profile at http://www.transitionguides.com/images/stories/searches/shalem.pdf.

Ideal candidates for this position will view their application as a response to discerning a call to this ministry and will share our commitment to and enthusiasm for Shalem’s mission and vision. They will bring a variety of experiences and attributes to Shalem, including the ability to provide visionary and strategic leadership based in a contemplative stance and translate that vision into strategies and actions that advance the mission; proven networking ability; servant leadership; knowledge of and appreciation for the Christian contemplative tradition; and an advanced degree (preferred).

Salary is competitive for organizations of similar mission and size. Shalem offers a desirable and unique working environment.

The Shalem Institute is an equal opportunity employer.

 

This is a full time position.

The deadline for submitting and application is March 6th, 2015.

For more information, please visit http://www.transitionguides.com/images/stories/searches/shalem.pdf.

To apply: interested candidates should email a cover letter detailing your fit with our mission and the position’s requirements, a resume, and salary requirements to: Shalem@raffa.com. Please direct all inquiries to Raffa, which is conducting the search. Contact: David Erickson-Pearson: epdavid@earthlink.net.

 

Posted January 9th, 2015.

Curate for Children’s Ministry and Chaplain, Indianapolis, Ind. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Curate for Children’s Ministry and Chaplain, Indianapolis, Ind.

Curate for Children's Ministry and Chaplain

Trinity Episcopal Church

Diocese of Indianapolis

Indianaplis, Ind.

In a ministry partnership with the committed laity of children’s ministry, the curate for children’s ministry is a coordinator, developer and supervisor of this program. While having a good working relationship with young children is a necessity, this position goal is to inspire, enable and call forth lay ministers to carry out our mission to provide christian formation for the youngest our members and support their parents in their ministry and formation of their children.

St. Richard's School is associated with Trinity Episcopal and is a private school for children pre K through 8th grade. The chaplain provides the spiritual leadership for St. Richard’s students, families, faculty, and staff to support the Faith pillar of St. Richard’s Five Pillars of Success.

 

This is a full time position.

The deadline for this position is March 1st, 2015.

To apply, please send a resume, OTM profile, and cover letter to the Rev. LaRae J. Rutenbar, Trinity Episcopal Church, lrutenbar@trinitychurchindy.org.

We are beginning to interview and review applications as they arrive and will be interviewing very soon.

 

Posted on January 9th, 2015.

Assistant Rector, Virginia Beach, Va | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Assistant Rector, Virginia Beach, Va

Assistant Rector

Old Donation Episcopal Church

Diocese of Southern Virginia

Virginia Beach, Va.

Priest on staff with rector, full-time youth minister, and part-time associate for pastoral care. Program sized parish with 350 ASA in four Sunday morning services and multiple mid-week services. Includes a parish run day school for 110 students. This person would do the full range of ministry including regular preaching, teaching, pastoral calling, and leadership for various aspects of our work.

Old Donation is a lively, healthy parish with 75% growth in ASA in the past decade. We have a history of engaged, mature adult formation, excellent preaching and commitment to service in the community. Our youth ministries have developed into one of our strongest assets. We are looking for someone to help us continue to expand and deepen our mission and effectiveness.

 

This is a full time position.

The deadline for this application is February 2015.

For more information, or to apply to this position, email the Rev. Bob Randall, brandall@olddonation.org or write to Old Donation Episcopal Church, 4449 N. Witchduck Road, Virginia Beach, VA 23455

 

Posted on January 6th, 2015.

Rockwell (formerly Lilly) Fellow, New York, N.Y. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Rockwell (formerly Lilly) Fellow, New York, N.Y.

Rockwell (formerly Lilly) Fellow

St. James' Church

New York, N.Y.

St. James’ Church, an Episcopal parish on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, announces a full-time opening for a graduating Episcopal senior, ordained or to be ordained shortly:
• Two-year appointment, with competitive salary, housing allowance, and benefits
• Intentional mentoring and peer-group learning in a position designed for the formation of new clergy in all aspects of parish ministry
• Begin July 1, 2015

Founded in 1810, St. James’ is a 2000-member Christ-centered, thriving and diverse congregation marked by broad ties to multiple missions within the city and the world. Visit us at www.stjames.org to learn more.
• Fellow participates in full range of ministries, including regular preaching and worship leadership
• Fellow rotates through all ministries with a balance of autonomy and supervision
• Intentional mentoring is provided by senior clergy and other staff members
• Fellow meets regularly with other newly-ordained clergy for peer support and to learn from each other’s experiences

 

This is a full time position.

The deadline for submitting an application is Janurary 16th, 2015.

For more information, contact Rev. Craig Townsend at 212-774-4254.

To apply, send resume and cover letter by January 16, 2015 to the Rev. Craig Townsend, Vicar, at ctownsend@stjames.org (email preferred; hard copy can be sent to him at St. James’ Church, 865 Madison Ave., New York, NY 10021).

 

Posted on January 6th, 2015.

Youth Minister, Shelbyville, T.N. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Youth Minister, Shelbyville, T.N.

Youth Minister

First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)

Shelbyville, T.N.

Position Reports to Pastor

Function of Job:
To be responsible for the development and oversight of our youth ministry with the goal of our youth becoming devoted followers of Jesus Christ.

Qualification and Position Requirements:

• One who exhibits a personal and growing relationship with God.
• Bachelor’s degree preferred, basic administrative skills, and a personal spiritual life congruent with biblical mandates for leaders.
• One who is capable of creating and executing a long term vision for FCC’s youth ministry.
• One who is gifted and is called to youth ministry, loves young people, spends time with them and has a passion for evangelism and outreach, both personally and at the ministry level.
• An engaging teacher, with strong Biblical and theological background, who is in agreement with FCC’s vision and beliefs.
• A self-motivated leader, capable of casting and imparting vision for youth ministry, possessing relational skills with students, parents, and staff.
• Technology savvy; including knowledge and use of Microsoft Office programs and other information technology needed for presenting youth ministry.

Qualification and Position Requirements:
• Lead and organize effective youth programs implementing fellowship, worship, biblical teaching, discipleship, and evangelism, as well as ministry and mission opportunities.
• Recruit, train and shepherd volunteer youth staff with diverse gifts and personalities.
• Provide counseling and spiritual direction to youth on an individual basis.
• Maintain contact with students and parents, keeping them informed of ongoing activities. Keep parents updated on ministry strategies and plans in a way that encourages partnership and involvement.
• Support FCC parents in effectively fulfilling their Christian parenting roles, in concert with other pastoral staff.
• Assist in the development and oversight of the youth ministry budgets; also manage student fees for events and trips in a timely fashion.
• Seek to integrate youth ministry into all phases of church life to create a culture that is intentionally intergenerational, striving to unite with and complement other church ministry.
• Other duties requires.

Expectations:
• Grow FCC youth ministry in dynamic and meaningful ways.
• Be mentored by the associate and senior pastor, remaining accountable and responsive to their oversight of the youth pastor’s ministry. Ultimate accountability is to the Senior Pastor.
• Attend weekly worship services and scheduled staff meetings.
• Present quarterly ministry updates and goals for the coming year to the church.
• Participate in a yearly job performance review.
• Present a yearly youth budget proposal.
• Stay current with youth ministry practices by reading, attending youth leadership conferences, etc.

Hour/Salary:
• This part-time position requires approximately 10 – 20 hours per week. Salary range is commensurate with experience.

 

This is a part time position.

The deadline for submitting an application is February 28th, 2015.

For more information, contact Rev. Tom Bierovic at t 931.684.7467

To apply, email Rev. Tom Vierovic at tombierovic@aol.com or write to FCC, 309 Madison St., Shelbyville, TN 37162.

 

Posted on Janurary 6th, 2015.

Rector, Hopkinton, N.H. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Rector, Hopkinton, N.H.

Rector

St. Andrew's Episcopal Church

Hopkinton, N.H.

St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Hopkinton, New Hampshire, seeks a full-time rector. This loving and active parish is located in the quaint New England village of Hopkinton, just west of the state capital of Concord, (and only an hour from Boston, the White Mountains, and seacoast). A strong sense of church community joins an active outreach program, among our neighbors and beyond. The congregation places great emphasis on spiritual growth through engaging preaching, and values, and would like to further develop its position as a spiritual anchor for young families in the community.

The starting date is flexible. Applications are currently being accepted.

The Parish Profile is located on the St. Andrew's website at: http://standrewshopkinton.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/St_Andrews_Episcopal_Church_Profile.pdf

 

This is a full time position.

The deadline for submitting an application is April 1st, 2015.

For more information, please visit: www.standrewshopkinton.org

To apply, please contact:

The Rev. Hannah Anderson, Canon to the Ordinary
Diocese of New Hampshire
handerson@nhepiscopal.org

 

Posted on December 14th, 2014.

Program Director, Springfield N.J. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Program Director, Springfield N.J.

Program Director

Episcopal Preaching Foundation

Springfield, N.J.

Episcopal Preaching Foundation Program Director
The Episcopal Preaching Foundation Program Director(s) will develop and coordinate the various preaching conferences of the Foundation:

1. Preaching Excellent Program (PEP) for seminarians

2. PEP II for recently ordained parish preachers

3. Diocesan conferences for priests, co-sponsored by bishops

4. National preaching conferences

5. Preaching conferences for military chaplains

6. Other EPF conferences

The Program Director(s) will:

1. Work with seminaries, bishops and others involved to plan and develop these
conferences

2. Recruit the faculty for these conferences

3. Report to the executive director, who will be responsible for overseeing and
managing these conferences

PLEASE EMAIL COMPLETE RESUME AND COMPENSATION HISTORY TO DR. A. GARY SHILLING, CHAIRMAN, AT GARY@AGARYSHILLING.COM.

 

This is a part time position.

The deadline for submitting an application is March 15, 2015.

For more information, visit: http://www.preachingfoundation.org/career

To apply: Send a resume and compensation history to Dr. A. Gary Shilling, Chairman, Episcopal Preaching Foundation at gary@agaryshilling.com or by mail to: 500 Morris Avenue, Springfield NJ 07081.

 

Posted on Nov. 10, 2014.

Associate/Assistant Rector, Venice, Fla. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Associate/Assistant Rector, Venice, Fla.

Associate/Assistant Rector

St. Mark Episcopal Church

Diocese of Southwest Florida

Venice, Fla.

The candidate will have the following desired qualities and characteristics:

• Motivated to participate fully and with enthusiasm in the entire worshipping and communal life of the parish
• Good preaching and teaching skills and a desire and love of both
• Ability to listen with an open and discerning heart and be pastorally sensitive to the needs of others
• Ability to communicate and connect in a sincere and honest manner with all age groups
• Self-starter and motivated
• Possessing a relaxed and natural sense of humor and a developed sense of self
• A sense and awareness of the connection between physical, emotional and spiritual well-being
• Graciousness and the ability to show kindness to all people and age groups
• Ability and desire for collegiality with staff and other clergy
• A comfort and desire for outreach ministry
• Comfort in pastoral care ministry—especially to the sick and dying

Required duties:

• Attendance at all worship services
• Preaching twice a month and leading the Saturday night worship service on those weekends
• Serving as the celebrant on the Sundays that one is not preaching
• Leading and preaching at the Wednesday healing service every other week
• Attendance at weekly staff meetings and scheduled staff events
• Weekly meeting with pastoral care team
• Attendance at monthly vestry meetings
• Teaching one section (6 to 8 weeks) of the Wednesday morning Bible class
• Teaching one session per semester of a Wednesday night adult education class
• Attending monthly meetings of the ECW and Mark’s men dinner meeting
• Participating fully in Christmas, Ash Wednesday, Easter and Holy Week Services
• Monthly visitation and communion with assigned parishioners who are homebound or in assisted living facilities
• Shared weekly hospital visits with clergy and parish nurse
• Participating in clergy duties relating to funerals, baptisms and marriages as needed
• Necessary but limited participation in other ministry meetings and functions
• Pastoral counseling when necessary
• Being an occasional presence at special events for youth and preschool
• Membership and participation in at least one community service group
• Attendance at monthly deanery clericus and other diocesan events and meetings when necessary
• Disciplined prayer and study time and weekly “mini Sabbath moments”
• Adherence to weekly days off, vacations and holidays
• Utilizing continuing education benefit as per contract
• Other ministry duties deemed necessary by the rector

The is a seasonal position.

The deadline for submitting an application is Feb. 1 2015.

For more information, visit: http://s3.amazonaws.com/dfc_attachments/public/documents/3198903/OTM_Community_Portfolio_2014-2015.pdf

To apply, submit resume to the Rev. James H. Puryear, Rector, St. Mark's Episcopal Church, 513 Nassau Street South, Venice, Florida 34285-2816.

 

Posted on Nov. 3, 2014.

Director of Programs, Spring Grove, Va. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Director of Programs, Spring Grove, Va.

Director of Programs

Chanco on the James

Diocese of Southern Virginia

Spring Grove, Va.

Chanco on the James, voted best summer camp in Virginia by Virginia Living Magazine, is accepting applications for the position of director of programs. The director of programs will assist in facilitating the year-round program, ministry, and operation of Chanco on the James. S/he develops new retreat programs, provides world class Christian hospitality to all guests, and oversees the operation of the summer camp program all under the direction of the executive director. Responsibilities include customer service, “hands on” activity facilitation, planning, camper and staff supervision, as well as staff recruiting and hiring. The position offers a salary range of $28,000–$30,000 and a generous benefits package. On-site housing is provided to assist in fulfillment of job duties and living at camp is required during the summer season. Desirable qualifications and experience for the director of programs include: bachelor’s degree or associate’s degree and/or equivalent experience, experience in program design and ministry, experience in a senior leadership role at a summer camp, certifications necessary to lead/teach in ropes course operation and aquatics/lifeguarding.

This is a full-time position.

The deadline for submitting an application is Jan. 1, 2015.

For more information, visit: http://www.chanco.org/about-chanco-on-the-james/

To apply, Interested participants should submit a resume, cover letter, and completed application to Gareth Kalfas, director@chanco.org. Applications may be found at http://www.chanco.org/about-chanco-on-the-james/. Questions? Call Kalfas at 888.7CHANCO (888.724.2626).

 

Posted on Nov. 3, 2014.

 

Executive Director, Springfield, N.J. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Executive Director, Springfield, N.J.

Executive Director

Episcopal Preaching Foundation

Springfield, N.J.

The Episcopal Preaching Foundation (EFP) seeks an executive director to help it fulfill its mission of promoting and encouraging excellence in preaching throughout the Church.

The ideal candidate will be a prominent lay or ordained Episcopalian with extensive familiarity of The Episcopal Church and demonstrated skills in leadership, administration, and fundraising. A wide knowledge of and significant networks in the Church are required. The executive director will report to the board of directors through the EPF chair. The office of the EPF is in Springfield, N.J. where administrative functions take place.

The executive director will have overall responsibility for:
1. The annual Preaching Excellence Programs for seminarians and recently ordained priests
2. Preaching conferences at the national, diocesan, and local levels for bishops, parish clergy, and non-traditional students
3. The program director(s) who will plan and coordinate the Foundation’s various conferences
4. The EPF’s annual book of excellent sermons, promotional material, and communication with key constituents
5. The EPF’s website and additional efforts to aid PEP graduates and others in their lifelong preaching careers
6. Relations with seminary deans, homiletics professors, and other key constituents aimed at enhancing the mission and effectiveness of the EPF
7. The annual budget
8. A systematic and effective program of fundraising in support of the annual budget and to increase the EPF endowment, in collaboration with the EPF Board. This will include the identification and cultivation of new donors and partners
9. Board development and director recruitment
10. Informative newsletters to be published on a regular basis
11. Development of mentoring programs, peer groups, and other programs authorized by the EPF Board

This is a full-time position.

There is no deadline for submitting an application.

For more information, visit: preaching-foundation.squarespace.com/career

To apply, please email a complete resume and compensation history to Dr. A. Gary Shilling, Chairman of the Episcopal Preaching Foundation, gary@agaryshilling.com, or by mail to: 500 Morris Avenue, Springfield, N.J. 07081

 

Posted on Oct. 24, 2014

Assistant Rector, Hendersonville, N.C. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Assistant Rector, Hendersonville, N.C.

Assistant Rector

St. James Episcopal Church

Diocese of Western North Carolina

Hendersonville, N.C.

We are seeking a lover of souls to serve as our assistant: someone who is in love with our Lord Jesus, who wants to work collegially with the rector, staff, and parish, and who believes and understands that Christ’s mission and ministry in the 21st century is new, vibrant, and exciting. A sense of adventure in this life of faith will be a great blessing, too. This congregation wants to embrace and love you for years to come. Below is what appears to be a rather dry job description, but into which, we hope and pray you will breathe life, joy, and love.

1. Live, teach, and proclaim the faith with joy and love.
2. Share preaching, and liturgical duties with the rector and deacon. (Be aware that the rector is notorious for assigning the assistant and the deacon to preach on the Sundays with really tough lessons!)
3. Guide, train, and lead the pastoral care team for mission and ministry in the 21st century.
4. Create and lead a program (s) to raise up and train lay pastoral leaders.
5. Enhance, nurture, and lead a program for younger Episcopal adults (of which we have many).
6. Visit homebound parishioners.
7. Make hospital visitations.
8. Enhance and maintain a relationship with the head of the neighborhood ministry group leader
9. Lead, nurture, and strengthen our Stephen Ministry.
10. Support and oversee the ministry of the prayer team.
11. Take part in diocesan life and ministry.
12. All other priestly duties as necessary or assigned by the rector (we promise not to make you mop floors, fix the plumbing, or repair the roof, unless it’s absolutely necessary!).

This is a full-time position.

The deadline for submitting an application is Nov. 7, 2015.

For more information, visit: https://www.otmportfolio.org

To apply, send a cover letter, your resume, and your Office for Transition Ministry profile to the Rev. Dr. Joel G. Hafer, joel@stjamesepiscopal.com.

 

Posted on Oct. 23, 2014

Associate Priest or Lay Catechist, Santa Fe, N.M. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Associate Priest or Lay Catechist, Santa Fe, N.M.

Associate Priest or Lay Catechist

St. Bede's Episcopal Church

Diocese of Rio Grande

Santa Fe, N.M.

The associate will preach, teach, and pastor to both our Spanish-speaking and English-speaking members of our community. We currently have an energetic and robust bilingual/bicultural parish and want to add a paid staff
position to better serve our growing needs. While the position requires a passion for actively engaging new members, including recent immigrants, it calls for a well-rounded ministry with ample support from throughout the parish. The associate will report directly to the rector. This is a paid half-time position with potential for becoming full-time.

This is a part-time position.

The deadline for submitting an application is Nov. 21, 2014.

To apply: Please write a brief narrative as to why you may find this job suitable and send to the rector, the Rev. Catherine Volland, at stbedesantafe@gmail.com. Please include a resume. Questions may be directed to the same email address or call 505.982.1133.

 

Posted on Oct. 23, 2014

Chaplain, Little Rock, Ark. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Chaplain, Little Rock, Ark.

Chaplain

Episcopal Collegiate School

Diocese of Arkansas

Little Rock, Ark.

Episcopal Collegiate School, co-ed PK, three thru 12, 780 students, seeks applications for the position of chaplain for its middle and upper schools (grades 6–12) An independent college preparatory school rooted in the Episcopal tradition and affirming all faiths, Episcopal Collegiate School strives to develop in its students respect for all persons, reverence of God, and a sense of moral responsibility. At Episcopal Collegiate, we honor each person as an individual and respect his or her spiritual journey and background. The religious element of campus life, be it in the classroom or in our daily worship, is intended to complement one's religious life outside of the School. We affirm all students as children of a loving God, and we challenge them to realize this more fully in their own lives and to share it with others.

The chaplain serves as the leader and coordinator of spiritual life in the middle and upper schools working closely and collaboratively with students, faculty, administration and parents. Responsibilities of the chaplain include: the yearly planning and leading of daily worship services (Chapel six–12) and other special services, supervision of the Lower School chaplain, serving as chair of the religion department, serving as a classroom teacher and advisor, providing a physical and spiritual presence at various school functions and events including athletics, pastoral care, participating as a member of the school’s administrative team and representing the school in numerous ways throughout the diocese. Candidates must be an ordained Episcopal priest with a minimum of three years of experience, and ideally one with a background in school ministry, teaching experience in the middle or upper school age ranges, camp experience, and one who possesses a passion surrounding the possibilities derived from working in an inclusive Episcopal school community where school worship, community life, religious formation and study, and social justice create the mosaic of our Episcopal Identity.

This is a full-time position.

The deadline for submitting an application is January 1, 2015, or until the posiiton is filled.

For more information visit: www.episcopalcollegiate.org

To apply: Applicants should forward application and resumé to facultyopenings@episcopalcollegiate.org, attention Mr. Thomas N. Southard, Interim Head of School

 

Posted Oct. 23, 2014

Chaplain/Community Leader, Philadelphia, Pa. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Chaplain/Community Leader, Philadelphia, Pa.

Chaplain/Community Leader

City Camp

Diocese of Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, Pa.


The chaplain/community leader will further the ministry of City Camp through the development and implementation of spiritual formation and community life programs. This person will serve as a community leader for the residential staff community. This person will assist camp leadership in providing support and guidance to residential team members.

This position will begin on Monday, June 8 and run through Saturday, Aug. 8, 2015. The chaplain must be able to live in residence in Philadephia for the duration of the camp program.

Salary is based on experience. Room and board are included and are provided by City Camp.

For a complete job description, please see our posting at http://www.diopayouth.org/christian-formation-jobs.html.

City Camp is a ministry of the Office of Family & Young Adult Ministries in the Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania. In 2014, City Camp served 300 campers in nine parishes around the diocese, mostly in inner city neighborhoods. City Camp provides hosting parishes an opportunity for congregational development and outreach into their surrounding communities. For more information on City Camp, visit http://www.diopayouth.org/city-camp.html.

This is a seasonal position.

The deadline for submitting an application is Nov. 15, 2014.

To apply: Please send a resume, cover letter, and ministry statement in 750 words about what interests you in our program and your theology/philosophy regarding youth and camping ministries. Applications and inquires can be directed to: Victoria Hoppes, Associate for Youth & Camping Ministries, Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania, 215.776.5686, victoriah@diopa.org

 

Posted on Oct. 14, 2014

Associate Rector, Memphis, Tenn. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Associate Rector, Memphis, Tenn.

Associate Rector

Church of the Holy Communion

Diocese of West Tennessee

Memphis, Tenn.

Church of the Holy Communion, an Episcopal Church in the center of Memphis, seeks to be a sacred presence, grounded in the servant ministry of Jesus, offering spiritual growth opportunities for all. To further this mission, we seek to appoint a creative and dynamic associate rector whose ministry portfolio will emphasize Christian formation and pastoral care, along with other ministries that reflect the gifts of the successful candidate.

Christian formation is a hallmark of the Holy Communion experience. Our community values intellectual inquiry and diversity of perspective. The associate rector will develop and implement a coordinated vision for the formation of Christian disciples at Church of the Holy Communion, directing all aspects of adult formation and supervising two lay professionals (one each for youth and children’s ministry). At present, adult formation at Holy Communion includes classes on Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings, small group ministry, and at least one notable lecturer every year.

The associate rector will support, train, and encourage our highly-developed network of pastoral care volunteers.

The associate rector will serve as the primary clergy assistant to the Rev. Sandy Webb, providing administrative oversight in his absence and input on parish operations. The associate rector will share fully in responsibility for preaching, teaching, sacraments, and pastoral care.

Church of the Holy Communion is a constituent part of the Episcopal Diocese of West Tennessee, and the associate rector is expected to participate fully in our shared diocesan life. The associate rector is also expected to participate in Holy Communion’s shared life with St. Mary’s Episcopal School.

The successful candidate will be a priest of the Episcopal Church in good standing, and will hold a graduate theological degree from an accredited institution. He or she will also have some experience in full-time ordained ministry in the congregational setting. The associate rector will approach the entirety of his or her ministry with grace, good humor, and an unwavering commitment to achieve excellence in all things while still maintaining good physical, spiritual, and mental wellness.

This is a full-time position.

There is no deadline for submitting an application.

For more information, visit: www.holycommunion.org/about/jobs

To apply: Nominations, applications, and questions of any kind may be directed to Ms. Julie Ellis (juliehellis@gmail.com, 901.767.6987), convener of the associate rector interview committee, until such time as the position is filled. A complete application packet will include a cover letter, resume, Office of Transition Ministry portfolio, and a list of three references. Samples of sermons and/or adult formation materials may be requested. Holy Communion has simultaneously engaged searches for a clergy position—associate rector, and a lay professional position—director of Christian formation. Only one of these two positions will be filled.

 

Posted on Oct. 9, 2014

Priest-in-Charge, Lexington, Mich. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Priest-in-Charge, Lexington, Mich.

Priest-in-Charge

Trinity Church

Diocese of Eastern Michigan

Lexington, Mich.

This position is imagined as a twist on the traditional curacy model, in that the rector of a neighboring parish will serve as mentor to the priest-in-charge of Trinity, and this position will be offered to a newly ordained transitional deacon or priest who possesses the gifts to lead Trinity in an independent model of general supervision provided by the mentoring priest.

Diocesan leadership believes that the people of Trinity have the gifts needed to explore this model of ministry for a two-year period (with an option to extend to three), and that the identified mentor priest is capable of providing appropriate mentoring and supervision to the priest and parish. Election as rector at the end of the two or three year period would be permitted. The last two rectors of Trinity were newly ordained; Trinity was their first position after seminary, and Trinity has proved to be a wonderful place for the newly ordained to grow into priesthood.

Trinity Church is in a small town setting; Lexington Michigan, is a resort town on the shores of Lake Huron. The parish is a lead in an ecumenical feeding program in the county, and is involved in community events such as art shows and musical gatherings. The parish has also done an excellent job of maintaining the physical plant.

This is a full-time position.

There is no deadline for submitting an application.

For more information, visit: http://jobs.transitionministryconference.org/?page_id=4&job_board=/view/trinity-4/

To apply: Inquiries from seminary seniors, transitional deacons, or recently ordained priests may be made to: Michael Spencer, Canon to the Ordinary, mspencer@eastmich.org, 989.752.6020.

 

Posted on Oct. 9, 2014

Upper School Chaplain, Brooklandville, Md. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Upper School Chaplain, Brooklandville, Md.

Upper School Chaplain

St. Paul's School

Diocese of Maryland

Brooklandville, Md.

St. Paul’s School in Brooklandville, Md., announces an opening for an upper school chaplain who will further the school mission: seek truth, knowledge and excellence, live by faith, compassion, and integrity. The ideal candidate is a school community leader whose impact and reach extend beyond the chapel into the lives of students, faculty, staff, and parents. The upper school chaplain serves as a spiritual leader for the division and as such is an integral part of the upper school leadership team. He or she serves as a department chair, classroom teacher, advisor, pastor, mentor, and extra-curricular coach. In addition to administrative expectations, duties include responsibility for upper school worship services, assemblies, student vestry, and both student and faculty retreats. Candidates must have an M. Div. or equivalent degree and be able to demonstrate success in developing and implementing youth programs. Preferred candidates will be ordained Episcopal priests with experience in school chaplaincy, teaching, and service learning. Founded in 1849, St. Paul’s School is an International Baccalaureate day school in suburban Baltimore with co-education in grades K–4 and all boys 5–12. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume via the following link found below.

This is a full-time position.

The deadline for submitting an application is March 1.

For more information, visit: http://www.stpaulsschool.org/page.cfm?p=578.

To apply: A cover letter and resume should be submitted through the link above. Anissa Rose, director of human resources for St. Paul's, will receive all applications and forward them to the headmaster, the head of the upper school, and the chaplain.

 

Posted on Oct. 9, 2014

Faith Organizer, Little Rock, Ala. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Faith Organizer, Little Rock, Ala.

Faith Organizer

Human Rights Campaign

Montgomery, Ala.

The faith organizer reports to the Alabama state director and the associate director for HRC’s Religion & Faith Program and is responsible for the implementation of the goals and objectives for faith organizing for Project One America, including strategy development, engagement of faith communities in Arkansas, and relationship-building with priority faith communities and thought-leaders.

This is a matrixed position, which enables flexibility in interacting and working across different departments. This position will supervised by the state director including performance reviews and long-term planning, however daily project input, guidance, and oversight, including expenditure approval, maybe provided by associate director, religion & faith.

This is a full time postion.

The deadline for submitting an application is Dec. 1, 2014.

For more information, visit the website.

To apply, please visit the website at hrc.org/careers.

 

Posted on Sept. 24, 2014

Faith Organizer, Little Rock, Ark. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Faith Organizer, Little Rock, Ark.

Faith Organizer

Human Rights Campaign

Little Rock, Ark.

The faith organizer (Arkansas) reports to the Arkansas state director and the associate director for HRC’s Religion & Faith Program and is responsible for the implementation of the goals and objectives for faith organizing for Project One America, including strategy development, engagement of faith communities in Arkansas, and relationship-building with priority faith communities and thought-leaders.

This is a matrixed position, which enables flexibility in interacting and working across different departments. This position will supervised by the state director including performance reviews and long-term planning, however daily project input, guidance, and oversight, including expenditure approval, maybe provided by associate director, religion & faith.

This is a full time postion.

The deadline for submitting an application is Dec. 1, 2014.

For more information, visit the website.

To apply, please visit the website at hrc.org/careers.

 

Posted on Sept. 24, 2014

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Formation Director, Salt Lake City, Utah | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Formation Director, Salt Lake City, Utah

Youth Formation Director & Canon for Liturgy

Cathedral Church of St. Mark

Diocese of Utah

Salt Lake City, Utah

The Cathedral Church of St. Mark in Salt Lake City, Utah, one of America’s most historic Cathedrals, is calling for a full-time youth formation director for teen and college ministry. This person will also assist the dean in developing and implementing cathedral liturgies.

As a cathedral staff member, you will share the normal priestly duties of preaching and celebrating on our weekly rota of eight Eucharists. You will be responsible for the weekly bulletin and special liturgies, including working with the diocese on liturgies that occur at the cathedral.

Primary Responsibilities:
• Oversee our junior high, senior high and college ministry formation and social ministries
• Work in collaboration with Canon Rebecca Ball, our children’s formation director
• Participate fully in the pastoral care of our members as assigned by the dean
• Share in the liturgical and preaching responsibilities of the parish clergy
• Prepare the weekly bulletin and assist in the development of liturgies
• Engage in areas of ministry and administration that are of particular passion or interest based on mutual agreement with the dean
• Offer periodic classes in our adult formation program
• Attend various parish functions

Experience, Qualities and Requirements:
• Have high energy and initiative coupled with excellent communication skills
• Work effectively and in collaboration with the church staff and lay leaders. A committed team player in all aspects of parish life
• Support the leadership of the dean and vestry as they strive to empower the ministry of the laity
• Connect the Gospel to everyday lives
• Understand liturgy and how to shape liturgical celebrations that may have over 100 participants
• Have experience in youth work and willing to participate in Church camp programs and events for youth

The Cathedral is experiencing unprecedented growth in young families. We are noted as a socially conscious cathedral that supports a diverse membership. We have an active LGBT ministry. We impact over 30,000 people each year through our food pantry, and we are very active in our community.

This is a full-time, two- to three-year commitment with the possibility of a tenured canon’s position. We offer full benefits plus a pension fund. The pension base package is in line with diocesan policy and includes housing, salary, health care insurance, travel, Con Ed, Sabbatical, and Social Security. The base salary is negotiable, depending on experience, between $52,000–$62,000. Moving expenses and transitional expenses are negotiable. Salt Lake City is noted for its educational opportunities for children.

The starting date for this position is between January and June 15, 2015. Graduating seminarians are welcome to apply.

The Cathedral Church of St. Mark is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

This is a full time position.

There is no deadline for submitting an application.

For more information, visit: stmarkscathedralut.org

To apply, please send your resume and letter of interest to: The Very Rev. Raymond Joe Waldon, Dean of the Cathedral Church of St. Mark, Rwaldon@stmarkscathedral-ut.org.

 

Posted on Sept. 19, 2014.

Rector, Glenburn, Pa. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Rector, Glenburn, Pa.

Rector

Church of the Epiphany

Diocese of Bethlehem

Glenburn, Pa.

Church of the epiphany is seeking a new rector to partner with us as we seek God's calling and in welcoming all. Our leader needs to have an approachable pastoral presence with a passion for growth, while serving the needs of our parish. Our church is ready and open for change. We are debt free and have an endowment to carry out necessary projects in spiritual growth and in number. We are located in the Endless Mountains of northeastern Pennsylvania on 28 wooded acres with a stream through it and a conservancy hiking trail that runs past our front door. Housing is very affordable, and the school system is excellent. There are nine colleges in the area that include a medical college. We are located two and a half hours west of New York City and two and a half hours northwest of Philadelphia. We are offering a very generous pay package with room for growth.

This is a full time position.

There is no deadline for submitting an application.

For more information, visit: epiphanyglenburn.org

To apply, send your resume and profile to jus_hoyt@yahoo.com, or call to Jus Hoyt at 570.267.8487.

 

Revised on Oct. 23, 2014

Priest, Panama City, Panama | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Priest, Panama City, Panama

Priest

Cathedral of St. Luke

Diocese of Panama

Panama City, Panama

The Cathedral of St. Luke's is seeking a leader who will proclaim the good news of the kingdom and will teach, baptize and nurture new believers. The candidate must be able to respond to human need by loving service and to seek to transform unjust structures of society, to challenge violence of every kind and to pursue and reconciliation. Additionally, they must strive to safeguard the integrity of creation and sustain and renew the life of the earth. Must also be bi-lingual (Spanish/English).

This is a full time position.

There is no deadline for submitting an application.

For more information, visit iepan@cwpanama.net

To submit an application, send an application to Sarah Simpson, senior warden, sjsimpson@cwpanama.net.

 

Posted on Sept. 19, 2014

Rector, Amesbury, Mass. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Rector, Amesbury, Mass.

Rector

St. James Episcopal Church

Diocese of Massachusetts

Amesbury, Mass.

St. James seeks a dynamic leader who offers the vision and inspiration to lead to a bright future. The candidate should be an effective teacher and spiritual guide who will lead on a faith journey and make the Word of God relevant to daily life, a collaborative leader who is able to recognize and foster the talents of the members, a warm approachable person with a good sense of humor, a leader who values transparency and respects diversity, a priest who celebrates and inspires young people and incorporates children and families into the life of the congregation. And, a shepherd who will grow the membership, making stability a reality.

This is a 3/4 time compensation position.

The deadline for submitting an application is Sept. 30, 2014.

For more information, visit www.stjamesamesbury.org

To apply, send application to Jenn Sanborn, co-chair, search committee, stjames.search@gmail.com.

 

Posted on Sept. 17, 2014.

Rector, Hartford, Conn. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Rector, Hartford, Conn.

Rector

St. John's Episcopal Church

Diocese of Connecticut

West Hartford, Conn.

St. John's is seeking an inspirational preacher who can rally around a strong vision for St. John's Church, a priest grounded in Episcopal traditions, and open to a degree of innovation. The candidate must be able to connect with the youth and young adult parishioners to inspire future generations, continuing the success of the youth education programs. He/she must be a leading member of the community who will nurture the fellowship at the core of the parish with a strong appreciation for music and its role in our worship and community. The candidate must also be an administrator who can continue the strong traditions of stewardship, fellowship, and service.

This is a full time position.

The deadline for submitting an application is Oct. 14, 2014.

For more information, visit rectorsearch@sjparish.net.

To apply, provide a letter of interest, resume, and updated OTM clergy profile to: the Rev. Timothy Hodapp, Canon for Mission Leadership, The Episcopal Church in Connecticut, thodapp@episcopalct.org.

 

Posted on Sept. 9, 2014

Associate Rector, Tallahassee, Fla. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Associate Rector, Tallahassee, Fla.

Associate Rector for Pastoral Care and Parish Life

St. John's Episcopal Church

Diocese of Florida

Tallahassee, Fla.

The associate rector will offer a full range of traditional pastoral care to the congregation including the most senior members who can no longer attend church regularly. He/she will oversee our Stephen Ministry program and lead the Thursday morning women's Bible study. He/she will build on the already strong lay pastoral-care team, develop a grief ministry. and expand the definition of pastoral care beyond long-term ministry to the elderly and short-term ministry to those undergoing stressful changes or brief hospitalization.

This is a full time position.

The deadline for submitting an appliication is Oct. 15, 2014.

For more information visit: www.saint-john.org

To apply: Send an updated OTM portfolio, a resume, a 500-word biographical statement, and answer the three questions that you will find on the website. Send materials electronically to Lindsay@saint-john.org.

 

Posted on Aug. 27, 2014

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Director of Family Ministries, Princeton, N.J. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Director of Family Ministries, Princeton, N.J.

Director of Family Ministries

Trinity Church

Diocese of New Jersey

Princeton, N.J.

The director of family ministries supports the children and youth ministries by ensuring that young people are growing in their Christian faith, in their relationship with each other, and that their parents are being equipped to assume their responsibilities of being the primary tenders of their child's faith.

This is a full time position.

There is no deadline for submitting an application.

For more information, visit: www.trinityprinceton.org

For more detailed information and to submit a resume, please contact Kristina Zirschky, KristinaZ@ymarchitects.com.

 

Posted on June 26, 2014.

Children and Family Ministries, Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Children and Family Ministries, Ft. Walton Beach, Fla.

Children and Family Ministries

St. Simon's on the Sound Episcopal Church

Diocese of Central Gulf Coast

Ft. Walton Beach, Fla.

St. Simon's is looking for an experienced, energetic, and visionary leader with a passion for God's children and their families. Persons interested should be able to teach and lead children and adults in the Christian tradition as lived out in The Episcopal Church. The position requires a self-starter with good organizational skills, proficiency in Microsoft Office software, and web-based social media. This position is approximately 20–30 hours a week and offers flexible hours, mainly evenings and weekends. The candidate selected will serve at the pleasure of the rector.

This is a part time position.

There is no deadline to submit an application.

For more information, visit: www.episcopalchurch.org/parish/st-simons-sound-fort

To apply: contact the Rev. Eric J. Zubler, associate rector for Christian education formation, 850.244.8621

 

Posted on June 16, 2014

Rector, Crystal Lake, Il. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Rector, Crystal Lake, Il.

Rector

St. Mary's Episcopal Church

Diocese of Chicago

Crystal Lake, Il.

St. Mary's is seeking a devoted priest to join as the fourth rector. Looking for spiritual maturity, and enthusiastic and innovative participation in our various outreach ministries and leadership within the Diocese of Chicago and the national Church.

This is a full time position.

There is no deadline for submitting an application.

For more information visit: www.episcopalchicago.org

To apply, send a cover letter and OTM profile to Susan Czolgosz, sczolgosz@episcopalchicago.org.

 

Posted on May 28, 2014.

Associate Rector, Charlotte, N.C. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Associate Rector, Charlotte, N.C.

Associate Rector for Spiritual Growth

Christ Church

Diocese of North Carolina

Charlotte, N.C.

The associate rector will take the lead in spiritual formation by imagining and leading classes, retreats, pilgrimages, and our Faith Forum. They will lead worship and preaching in a variety of styles and settings: Rite I and Rite II, with formal preaching and rich music. Also responsible for sharing with other clergy staff in pastoral care, weekday liturgies or services, home and hospital visitations, weddings, funerals, and other rites of the church.

This is a full time position.

The deadline for submitting an application is July 31, 2014.

For more information visit: www.dionc.org

To apply, email Chip Edens at edensc@christchurchcharlotte.org.

 

Posted on may 28, 2014

Director of Youth Ministry, Knoxville, Tenn. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Director of Youth Ministry, Knoxville, Tenn.

Director of Youth Ministry

The Episcopal Church of the Ascension

Diocese of East Tennessee

Knoxville, Tenn.

The youth director oversees a ministry that seeks to help every sixth through 12th grade young person in the church mature in their faith in Christ by building and sustaining a youth program that:

  • surrounds youth with an unconditional love that fosters genuine relationships;
  • anchors them in the joys and traditions of the Christian faith as expressed through The Episcopal Church;
  • and energizes and equips them to experience and extend the love of Christ to the world.

This is a full time position.

There is no deadline for submitting an application.

For more information, visit knoxvilleascension.org.

To apply, please direct all questions, resumes, and references to: the Rev. Christian Hawley by email at christian@knoxvilleascension.org, by telephone at 865.588.0589, or by U.S. mail at 800 Northshore Dr., Knoxville, TN 37919.

 

Posted on May 8, 2014

 

Curate, Cold Spring harbor, N.Y. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Curate, Cold Spring harbor, N.Y.

Curate

St. John's Church

Diocese of Long Island

Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.

The curate will coordinate, manage, and develop Christian education programs with special attention to Sunday School. They will share liturgical responsibilities under the direction of the rector with primary oversight for Children's Chapel. They will assist with pastoral care with a focus on teenagers, children, and young families. They will develop programs for youth, coordinate youth activities including service opportunities. Will also be responsible for developing and supporting outreach activities with hunger & outreach committee, vestry liaison, and rector. They will support parish digital communication (website, e-mail blast, etc).

This is a full time position.

There is no deadline for submitting an application.

For more information, visit: stjohnscoldspringharbor.org

To apply, contact the Rev. David J. Ware, rector, 516.692.6368

 

Posted on April 28, 2014

Missioner, Sparta, N.J. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Missioner, Sparta, N.J.

Missioner

St. Mary's Episcopal Church

Diocese of Newark

Sparta, N.J.

This job is split between St. Peter's and St. Mary's. The basic clergy responsibility at St. Peter's is to be the clergy in charge that includes Sunday worship (one service) and other services as needed, pastoral coverage, and attendance at vestry meetings. Responsibilities at St. Mary's include working with youth ages 13–18, sharing ministry with the rector (as part of the team in regional ministry), and developing youth programs and initiatives on a regional level. Some Sundays clergy will switch congregations as to promote and engender team ministry.

This is a part time position.

There is no deadline for submitting an application.

For more information visit: www.stmaryssparta.org

To apply, contact the Rev. Carol D. Gadsden, rector, by mail at St. Mary's Episcopal Church, 85 Conestoga Trail, Sparta, N.J. 07871, or by email at rectorstmarys@gmail.com, or by telephone at 973.729.3136.

 

Posted on April 23, 2014

Associate Rector, Spartanburg, S.C. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Associate Rector, Spartanburg, S.C.

Associate Rector

The Episcopal Church of the Advent

Diocese of Upper South Carolina

Spartanburg, S.C.

The church is seeking an associate rector to serve as a member of the clergy, in particular by developing and coordinating an effective and comprehensive program of mission and community outreach and providing leadership to staff members and volunteers involved in this ministry. This position reports to the rector.

This is a full time position.

There is no deadline for submitting an application.

For more information, visit: www.churchofadvent.org

To apply, contact Jerry Setzer, the chair of the search committee, psi1413@gmail.com.

 

Posted on April 8, 2014.

Intern, Coventry, England | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Intern, Coventry, England

Volunteer Reconciliation Intern

Coventry Cathedral

Diocese of Coventry

Coventry, W. Midlands, England

Internship at Coventry Cathedral are for those seeking to develop their understanding of reconciliation and peace building as part of Christian mission. This is an opportunity to gain experience in a working environment, develop skills in project management, research, and group facilitation. Learn and explore a range of issues in relation to the theology, practice, and spirituality of reconciliation.

This is a full time position.

There is no deadline for submitting an application.

For more information, visit: www.coventrycathedral.org.uk

To apply, send CV and cover letter to emma.griffiths@coventrycathedral.org.uk.

 

Posted on April 7, 2014.

Youth Minister, Marietta, Ga. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Youth Minister, Marietta, Ga.

Youth Minister

Episcopal Church of St. Peter and St. Paul

Diocese of Atlanta

Marietta, Ga.

The church is seeking a lay staff member who reports directly to the rector and leads the youth ministries of the parish, primarily for teens in sixth through 12th grades. The youth minister will collaborate with the rector, staff, and volunteer youth ministry leadership to pursue the mission of the church to grow disciples of Jesus Christ.

This is a full time position.

The deadline for submitting an application is May 15, 2014.

For more information, visit www.peterand paul.org

To apply, submit a cover letter and resume to the Rev. Tom Pumphrey, tpumphrey@peterandpaul.org.

 

Posted on April 2, 2014

Rector, St. Louis Park, Minn. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Rector, St. Louis Park, Minn.

Rector

The Anglican Church of St. Dunstan

Diocese of Minnesota

St. Louis Park, Minn.

St. Duncan is a traditional Anglican church that uses the 1928 BCP and the Anglican Missal. They are seeking an orthodox rector who is strong liturgist with excellent pastoral care skills.

This is a full time position.

There is no deadline for submitting an application.

For more information, visit www.stdunstananglican.org

To apply, Contact Tara Keehr, tekeehr@msn.com

 

Posted on April 2, 2014

 

Priest-in-Charge, White Plains, N.Y. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Priest-in-Charge, White Plains, N.Y.

Priest-in-Charge

St. Francis and St. Martha's Episcopal Church

Diocese of New York

White Plains, N.Y.

This is a family parish conveniently located in the suburbs of New York City. It is an historically African-American parish with traditional values and a commitment to provide a welcoming environment to all parishioners. Seeking a priest-in-charge who will inspire, motivate, and grow the congregation.

This is a part time position.

There is no deadline for submitting an application.

For more information, visit: www.episcopalchurch.org/st-francis-st-marthas-epis

To apply, send cover letter, resume, and Office Transitional Ministry profile to st.francisst.marthasearch@gmail.com.

 

Posted on April 2, 2014

Priest, Ft. Washington, Pa. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Priest, Ft. Washington, Pa.

Priest

St. Thomas' Episcopal Church

Diocese of Pennsylvania

Ft. Washington, Pa.

The candidate should be a creative, experienced, and engaging priest that will work with family, new member and outreach ministries, and our weekday nursery school. St. Thomas has 1,400 members and 85 ministries.

This is a full time position.

There is no deadline for submitting an application.

For more information, visit: stthomaswhitemarsh.org

To apply, please send CV or resume to aburke@stthomaswhitemarsh.org

 

Posted on April 1, 2014

Cathedral Canon, Indianapolis, Ind. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Cathedral Canon, Indianapolis, Ind.

Cathedral Canon

Christ Church Cathedral

Diocese of Indianapolis

Indianapolis, Ind.

Christ Church is seeking an Episcopal priest as a canon to help implement the mission to "widen the circle of God's embrace, with heart and voice." The candidate will be a priest who finds joy in growing the capacity of others to lead and to engage in ministry; a priest who is an engaging preacher and teacher and able to help both members and non-members, the churched and unchurched, find theological and spiritual meaning in their daily living and work with and among the poor as an encounter with the living Christ.

This is a full time position.

There is no deadline for submitting an application.

For more information, visit: www.cccindy.org

To apply, send cover letter, resume, and OTM materials to: Dean Stephen Carlsen, 55 Monument Circle, Suite 600, Indianapolis, IN, or you may contact him by email at stephenc@cccindy.org or by telephone at 317.636.4577.

 

Posted on March 28, 2014

Chaplain, Miami, Fla. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Chaplain, Miami, Fla.

Chaplain Parish Day School

St. Stephen's Episcopal Day School

Diocese of Southeast Florida

Miami, Fla.

St. Stephen's is looking for a full time chaplain for 300 students ranges from pre-K three year-olds through fifth grade. This position will plan, conduct, and oversee developmentally appropriate chapel services four times weekly, to include a weekly Eucharist. They will also counsel students, school parents, and faculty as needed. Responsible for developing religious studies curriculum for the school's upper grades (3-5) including scripture, moral education awareness, and implementation. They will teach weekly religious studies classes and special, topic-oriented units. They will also serve on committees as assigned.

This is a full time position.

There is no deadline for submitting an application.

For more information visit: ststephenscoconutgrove.org

To apply: contact the Rev. Wilifred Allen-Faiella, revwaf@sseds.org or 305.448.2601.

 

Posted on March 26, 2014

Associate Priest, Santa Fe, N.M. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Associate Priest, Santa Fe, N.M.

Associate Priest

St. Bede's Episcopal Church

Diocese of Rio Grande

Santa Fe, N.M.

The associate priest will preach, teach, and pastor to both Spanish-speaking and English-speaking members of the community. St. Bede's currently has an energetic and robust bilingual/bicultural parish and will add this staff position to better serve the growing needs. While this position requires a passion for actively engaging new members, including recent immigrants, it calls for a well-rounded ministry with ample support from throughout the parish. The associate will report directly to the rector. This is a half-time position with potential for soon becoming full-time.

This is a part-time position.

There is no deadline for submitting an application.

For more information visit: www.stbedesantafe.org

To apply, please submit an application to the Rev. Catherine Volland at stbedesnatafe@gmail.com, or call 505.982.1133 if you have questions.

 

Posted on March 20, 2014

Associate for Youth, Lexington, Ky. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Associate for Youth, Lexington, Ky.

Associate for Youth and Developing Ministries

Christ Church Cathedral

Diocese of Lexington

Lexington, Ky.

The succesful candidate will oversee the youth ministry of Christ Church for grades six–12 by creating, directing, and carrying out its mission and vision. They will be responsible for developing meaningful relationships with youth, families, and youth volunteers, while leading youth and their families into a deeper relationship with God, one another, and service in the world. They will administer the day-to-day operation of youth church school, youth group, confirmation, pilgrimage, mission trips, and other youth events. They will also be an integral member of the Christ Church Cathedral staff team.

This is a full time position.

There is no deadline for submitting an application.

For more information visit: www.ccclex.org

To apply, please email a cover letter and resume to: The Youth Ministry Steering Committee, Christ Church Cathedral, youthposition@ccclex.org.

 

Posted on March 17, 2014

Assistant Priest, Southport, N.C. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Assistant Priest, Southport, N.C.

Assistant Priest

St. Phillip's Episcopal Church

Diocese of East Carolina

Southport, N.C.

The assistant priest will lead Christian education, engage in pastoral care, and work with parish youth. This individual will report to our interim rector. St. Philip's will offer a 2-year contract and attractive compensation package with benefits.

This is a full time position.

The deadline for submitting an application is April 30, 2014.

For more information visit: www.stphilipschurch.org

To apply, send resume and cover letter to Senior Warden Ruth Smith, asstpriestsearach2014@gmail.com.

 

Posted on March 17, 2014

Associate Rector, Wilmington, N.C. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Associate Rector, Wilmington, N.C.

Associate for Christian Formation and Spiritual Growth

St. James Parish

Diocese of East Carolina

Wilmington, N.C.

This clergy position is designed to oversee adult and children's Christian formation and spiritual growth at St. James Parish. This position includes coordinating with various ministries, clergy, and staff in creating new and inclusive ways of doing Christian formation and guiding the parish in finding new opportunities to grow in their relationship with Christ. This position will include supervision of a part-time administrative assistant for Christian formation and participating in the full sacramental and community life of the parish.

This is a full time position.

There is no deadline for submitting an application.

For more information visit: www.stjames.org

To apply, please send resumes to parish@stjamesp.org. Questions may be directed to the Rev. Ron Abrams, ron@stjamesp.org.

 

Posted on March 17, 2014

Associate Priest, Atlanta, Ga. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Associate Priest, Atlanta, Ga.

Associate Priest

St. Luke's Episcopal Church

Diocese of Atlanta

Atlanta, Ga.

The associate priest will lead, innovate, and manage the Christian education and formation programs for more than 100 youth in grades six–12, as well as, programs for young adults. The current program is robust and grounded in a Journey2Adulthood curriculum that combines spiritual formation, fellowship, service, and fun. While the position requires a passion for actively engaging with youth and young adults, the program is well supported by parishioner committees and volunteers. The associate priest of youth will report directly to the rector and work closely with other staff members as an integrated part of overall Christian education and formation.

This is a full time p[osition.

There is no deadline for submitting an application.

For more information visit: www.stlukesatlanta.org/our-next-youth minister

Visit www.stlukesatlanta.org/our-next-youth minister for a detailed job description and directions on how to submit a resume and cover letter. Questions can be directed to Dawn Killenberg, 404.218.7316, or dawnkillenberg@gmail.com.

 

Posted on March 17, 2014

Associate Rector, Lexington, Ky. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Associate Rector, Lexington, Ky.

Associate Rector

Good Shepard

Diocese of Lexington

Lexington, Ky.

The candidate will give leadership in the areas of welcome/hospitality ministries and youth formation. These programs are already active. They will work with part-time lay staff in both areas of welcome and youth formation. Will also share preaching, presiding, and pastoral care duties with rector.

This is a full-time position.

There is no deadline for submitting an application.

For more information visit: www.goodshepherdlex.org

To apply: contact the Rev. Brian Cole, bcole@goodshepherdlex.org or 859.421.1024.

 

Postd March 17, 2014

 

Youth Minister, Richmond, Va. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Youth Minister, Richmond, Va.

Youth Minister

St. Paul's Episcopal Church

Diocese of Virginia

Richmond, Va.

 

The youth minister will be responsible for creating a program that will inspire and launch discipleship for youth, commitment and trust with parents, training and equipping for volunteers, and an outward focus on meeting the needs of the community near and far.

This is a full time position.

There is no deadline for submitting an application.

For more information visit: www.stpaul's-episcopal.org

To apply: email a cover letter and resume to the Youth Minister Search Committee, StPYouthSearch@gmail.com,
or mail to St. Paul's Episcopal church, 815 East Grace Street, Richmond, VA 23219.

 

Posted on Feb. 26, 2014

Curate, Birmingham, Ala. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Curate, Birmingham, Ala.

Curate

Cathedral Church of the Advent

Diocese of Alabama

Birmingham, Ala.

 

The Curacy Fellowship Program will be a ministry to the church that will entail a two-year contractual agreement. Applicants should possess a desire to learn from the Advent clergy specifically, and should possess a commitment to mission, rather than maintenance. The primary goal for the Curacy Fellowship Program is that each incumbent develop a strong foundation, both practically and theologically, for a career of excellence in biblical preaching and teaching.

This is a full time position for two years.

There is no deadline for submitting an application.

For more information visit: www.adventbirmingham.org

To apply: all interested applicants should contact the Rev. Canon Joseph Gibbes at gibbes@cathedraladvent.com.

 

Posted Feb. 26, 2014

Assistant Priest | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Assistant Priest

Assistant Priest

St. Philip's Episcopal Church

Diocese of East Carolina

Southport, N.C.

 

The assistant priest will lead Christian education, engage in pastoral care, and work with parish youth. This position will report to our interim rector.

This is a full time position.

The deadline for submitting an application is April 30, 2014.

For more information visit: www.stphilipschurch.org

To apply: send letter and resume to senior warden Ruth Smith at: www.asstpriestsearch2014@gmail.com.

Associate for Children, Youth & Family Ministries, Phoenix, Ariz. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Associate for Children, Youth & Family Ministries, Phoenix, Ariz.

Associate for Children, Youth & Family Ministries
All Saints’ Episcopal Church
Diocese of Arizona
Phoenix, Ariz.

The associate will oversee the church ministries with children, youth and families. Additionally, the associate will share in the liturgical, homiletic, pastoral and educational life of the congregation with our clergy team, consisting of the rector, curate, retired bishop in residence, and deacon.

This is a full time position.

The deadline for submitting an application is March 7, 2014.

For more information visit: www.aseds.org

To apply: mail a cover letter, OTM portfolio, and/or resume to: The Rev. Poulson Reed, All Saints' Episcopal Church, 6300 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, AZ  85012, or email them to preed@allsaints.org.

 

Posted Feb. 20, 2014

Curate, Phoenix, Ariz. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Curate, Phoenix, Ariz.

Curate
All Saints’ Episcopal Church
Diocese of Arizona
Phoenix, Ariz.

The curate will share in the liturgical, homiletic, pastoral, and educational life of the congregation with the clergy team, consisting of the rector, associate for children, youth and family ministries, retired bishop in residence, and deacon.

This is a full time position.

The deadline for submitting an application is March 14, 2014.

For more information visit: www.aseds.org

To apply: mail a cover letter, OTM portfolio, and/or resume to: The Rev. Poulson Reed, All Saints' Episcopal Church, 6300 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85012, or email them to preed@allsaints.org.

 

Posted Feb. 20, 2014

Assistant Priest, Eugene, Ore. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Assistant Priest, Eugene, Ore.

Assistant Priest
St. Mary’s Episcopal Church
Diocese of Oregon
Eugene, Ore.

St. Mary’s is seeking a second priest to partner with the rector in supporting the ministries of the parish, fostering vision, and achieving parish goals, with a special focus on education and fellowship.

This is a full time position.

There is no deadline for submitting an application.

For more information visit: www.saint-marys.org

To apply: contact: Assistant Priest Search Committee, St. Mary's Episcopal Church, 1300 Pearl St., Eugene, Oregon 97401, or louise@saint-marys.org, or 541.343.9253.

 

 

Posted Feb. 20, 2014
 

Half Stipend Vicar | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Half Stipend Vicar

Half Stipend Vicar
Christ Episcopal Church
Diocese of Oregon
St. Helens, Ore.

Christ Church is seeking a vicar who is a person of faith, caring and compassionate, an effective communicator, and willing to help people with their spiritual lives and make pastoral calls. The vicar will lead in furthering the mission of spreading the faith and love through worship, witness and outreach to others.

This is a full time position.

There is no deadline for submitting an application.

For more information visit: www.diocese-oregon.org

To apply: contact the Rev. Robert Sipe, vicar@christchurch-sth.org, or 503.397.1033.
 

 

Posted Feb. 20, 2014

Priest-in-Charge, Portland, Ore. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Priest-in-Charge, Portland, Ore.

Priest-in-Charge

St. Matthew's Church

Diocese of Oregon

Portland, Ore.

 

St. Matthew’s is seeking an individual who is both a good teacher and a good administrator as well as one who can help expand the outreach into the diverse neighborhood.

 

This is a full time position.

There is no deadline for submitting an application.

For more information visit: www.diocese-oregon.org

To apply: contact the Rev. Canon Neysa Ellgren, neysae@diocese-oregon.org, or 503.636.5613.

 

Posted Feb. 20, 2014

Curate, Grosse Pointe, Mich. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Curate, Grosse Pointe, Mich.

Curate

Christ Church

Diocese of Michigan

Grosse Pointe, Mich.

The curate is the junior clergy person on the Christ Church staff, taking responsibility for a share of core clerical duties (e.g. liturgy, preaching, pastoral care), other specific ministries as determined and assigned, and ongoing development, education, and formation, primarily under the supervision of the rector.

This is a full time position for 3 years.

There is no deadline for submitting an application.

For more information visit: www.christchurchgp.org

To apply: Send a cover letter, resume, and OTM profile to the rector, The Rev. Andrew Van Culin, Christ Church Grosse Pointe, 61 Grosse Pointe Boulevard, Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan 48236 or via email: mdeangelo@christchurchgp.org.

 

Posted Feb. 12, 2014

Associate Priest, Grosse Pointe, Mich. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Associate Priest, Grosse Pointe, Mich.

Associate Priest

Christ Church

Diocese of Michigan

Grosse Pointe, Mich.

This position will be responsible for serving as a primary member of Christ Church's senior leadership and clergy staff, providing hands-on support for all assigned liturgical events, supporting Christ Church's pastoral care activities, and furthering the mission of The Episcopal Church in the Diocese of Michigan. The associate priest will have additional programmatic responsibilities in the areas of parish life, Christian formation, and outreach as determined in consultation with the rector.

This is a full time position.

There is no deadline for submitting an application.

For more information visit: www.christchurchgp.org

To apply: Send a cover letter, resume, and OTM profile to the rector, The Rev. Andrew Van Culin, Christ Church Grosse Pointe, 61 Grosse Pointe Boulevard, Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan 48236 or via email: mdeangelo@christchurchgp.org.

 

Posted Feb. 12, 2014

Committee for Reconciliation and Diversity | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Committee for Reconciliation and Diversity

The School of Theology educates staff, students, faculty, and volunteers to function in a diverse environment by offering diversity workshops, programs, and conferences supported by the Gamaliel Foundation and the Kaleidoscope Institute with funding from Jesse Ball DuPont, Arthur Vining Davis, and the J. C. Flowers Scholarship Program.

Originally founded by Dean Emeritus William Stafford as the Committee for a New Day, the committee initially focused on historic issues of race and racism. The Committee for Diversity and Reconciliation is now expanding its engagement of faculty and students and broadening its scope of work to include a range of critical social issues, such as discrimination based on gender, sexual orientation, class, and disability. Listening sessions this fall will determine the direction of the committee's work in the coming year.

Dr. Paul Holloway is the chair of the committee, which is comprised of students and faculty members. Holloway is the professor of New Testament and not unfamiliar with prejudice through the ages. Two of his books, Coping with Prejudice: 1 Peter in Social Psychological Perspective (Tübingen, 2009), and Women and Gender in Ancient Religions (Tübingen, 2010), deal with issues of prejudice in early Christian context.

The Committee’s Charge

“This is a standing committee of The School of Theology. It is charged to deepen the education of this community concerning the sins of prejudice and discrimination based on such things as age, class, disability, ethnicity, gender, race, and sexual orientation. In the context of God’s creation and reconciliation of humankind it seeks to:

  •     develop and implement ways to foster a change of mind and heart in and beyond this community
  •     widen the presence and participation of under-represented groups throughout The School of Theology
  •     promote changes to our structures and culture so that we may be a more adequate sign and instrument of God’s reign.”

Formation

Priestly formation is in itself an exercise in diversity training, one that lies at the heart of the residential theological experience in Sewanee. Living in close community with a varied student population prepares priests for full engagement with the diversity of today’s Church and the modern world.

Field Education

Sewanee provides many opportunities to engage with diverse ministry experiences despite its relatively isolated geographic location. Students can take advantage of the many options in cities across the country or they can choose a small local country parish or travel to nearby Chattanooga or Nashville for a big-city experience.

Seminary Committees | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Seminary Committees

Committee for Diversity and Reconciliation

The School of Theology educates staff, students, faculty, and volunteers to function in a diverse environment by offering diversity workshops, programs, and conferences supported by the Gamaliel Foundation and the Kaleidoscope Institute with funding from Jesse Ball DuPont, Arthur Vining Davis, and the J. C. Flowers Scholarship Program.

Originally founded by Dean Emeritus William Stafford as the Committee for a New Day, the committee initially focused on historic issues of race and racism. The Committee for Diversity and Reconciliation is now expanding its engagement of faculty and students and broadening its scope of work to include a range of critical social issues, such as discrimination based on gender, sexual orientation, class, and disability. Listening sessions this fall will determine the direction of the committee's work in the coming year.

Dr. Paul Holloway is the chair of the committee, which is comprised of students and faculty members. Holloway is the professor of New Testament and not unfamiliar with prejudice through the ages. Two of his books, Coping with Prejudice: 1 Peter in Social Psychological Perspective (Tübingen, 2009), and Women and Gender in Ancient Religions (Tübingen, 2010), deal with issues of prejudice in early Christian context.
The Committee’s Charge

“This is a standing committee of The School of Theology. It is charged to deepen the education of this community concerning the sins of prejudice and discrimination based on such things as age, class, disability, ethnicity, gender, race, and sexual orientation. In the context of God’s creation and reconciliation of humankind it seeks to:

  •  develop and implement ways to foster a change of mind and heart in and beyond this community
  •  widen the presence and participation of under-represented groups throughout The School of Theology
  •  promote changes to our structures and culture so that we may be a more adequate sign and instrument of God’s reign.”

Priestly formation is in itself an exercise in diversity training, one that lies at the heart of the residential theological experience in Sewanee. Living in close community with a varied student population prepares priests for full engagement with the diversity of today’s Church and the modern world.

Sewanee provides many opportunities to engage with diverse ministry experiences despite its relatively isolated geographic location. Students can take advantage of the many options in cities across the country or they can choose a small local country parish or travel to nearby Chattanooga or Nashville for a big-city experience.

Mission Committee

This committee plans, coordinates, and carries out service events through which members of the seminary community can witness to and live out their call to proclaim the Good News and to share their resources of time, money, and talent with persons in need.  Projects frequently are responses to requests from Episcopal communities in Africa and Latin America.  The committee also sponsors educational events to inform students about vocational opportunities in foreign missions.

Companions in Ministry | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Companions in Ministry

Welcome

We are so glad you have made the decision to join our community of faith as you prepare for a life of ministry.

Please feel free to contact any of the Companions in Ministry (CIM) board members (listed below) with questions. We look forward to getting to know you and your family.

Who We Are

Companions in Ministry is composed of all spouses and partners of seminarians, faculty, and staff from The School of Theology at the University of the South. The CIM meet the third Tuesday of each month during the academic year for programs, fun, and fellowship. The CIM organize several events during the year for the entire seminary community as well as other special events for the CIM community.

CIM Board

President:            Kathy Evans,   evanskl0@sewanee.edu
Vice President:    Chris Crigger,   chriscrigger@hotmail.com
Treasurer:           Chris Crigger,  chriscrigger@hotmail.com
Chaplin:              Perry Jones,  perryhodgkins@gmail.com
Discretionary:     Kevin Colvill,  kwcolvil@sewanee.edu

Activities:           Casey Milford,  casey.milford@gmail.com
Activities:           Carly Nations,  cnnation@sewanee.edu

Advent Semester Activities

Christmas Craft Fair

Attention all crafters (and bakers too) in the seminary community!

The proposed date for this year's School of Theology Christmas Craft Fair is Thursday, Dec. 4, and will take place in the lower level of Hamilton Hall outside the refectory. The fair will run from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. to give everyone plenty of time to shop. While there is no "booth fee," 10 percent of each booth's revenue will be collected and sent to Episcopal Relief & Development … a great way to "give back!"

If you are interested in participating, please contact Anderson to let her know the following:

Name
Email Address
Cell Phone Number
Type of Craft
Table & Chair Requirements
(Tables available are the long, narrow tables that are used for bake sales and PMO fundraisers)

Ideally, it would be great to have at least 10 booths, but there is room for quite a few more.

Volunteers are also needed to help with:

1. Set-up
2.  Advertising (putting posters up around campus and around town)
3. Clean-up

Philippa Anderson (spouse  of Kemper Anderson, T'15), is the fair facilitator. Anderson is looking for a volunteer from the junior or middler class to asssit with this year's fair and coordinate next year's.

 

Cuba Trip 2014 | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Cuba Trip 2014

John Solomon, visiting instructor in pastoral Spanish, has organized a trip to Cuba for alumni/ae and friends of The School of Theology from Jan. 8 through Jan. 13, 2014. Highlights of the trip include visiting Episcopal parishes in Cardenas, Limonar, and Coliseo; a lunch and afternoon visit at the Seminario Evangélico de Teología; a walking tour of Old Havana; and a Sunday service at the Episcopal Cathedral followed by lunch with the Episcopal Bishop of Cuba, Griselda Delgado. For more details, including an online inquiry form, visit the School’s website.

Itinerary

Wednesday, Jan. 8th:  We meet at 5:00AM at Miami International Airport for an 8:00AM flight to Havana where we will be taken by bus to Varadero, about two hours east of Havana.  We will stay at the Hotel Paradisius.

Thursday, Jan. 9th:  After a leisurely breakfast, we will take a day trip to visit Episcopal parishes located in Cardenas, Limonar and Coliseo. 

Friday, Jan. 10th: A mid-morning departure from Hotel Paradisius for Matanzas gets us to a barbeque lunch with seminarians and staff at the Seminario Evangélico de Teología.  Mid-afternoon, we will leave for Havana where we will be staying at the Hotel Parque Central in the heart of downtown Havana.  Friday evening we will dine at a “paladar”, a privately owned restaurant typically located in a private home.

Saturday, Jan. 11th:  In the morning, we will take a walking tour of Old Havana.  In the afternoon, we will tour modern Havana.

Sunday, Jan. 12th:  We will attend the 9:30AM service at the Episcopal Cathedral followed by lunch with the Episcopal Bishop of Cuba, Griselda Delgado.  In the afternoon, we will go to the Mercado de Artesanias, an arts and crafts market by the Havana port.  There will be a surprise engagement after dinner.

Monday, Jan. 13th:   We will make a 6:30AM departure from the hotel for the flight back to Miami.

Costs

The per person costs below, based on a group of 20-25, include:

• Airfare to/from Havana from Miami.
• Medical insurance coverage (up to $25,000).
• Ground transportation in Cuba.
• Full time guide.
• All meals with exception of lunch Friday (estimated cost of $15), dinner Friday evening (estimated cost $25) and lunch on Sunday (estimated cost of $25).

Single occupancy:  $2,639
Double occupancy:  $2,193
Triple occupancy: $2,072

Additional costs:  Cost of a visa to enter Cuba (approximately $120); a departure tax of approximately $30; and, tips for the guide and driver (allow $100). 

The Episcopal Diocese of Cuba will manage the entry visa process to obtain the necessary documents into the country.

The group will travel to Cuba under the Department of Treasury’s General License provision that allows for travel to the country for religious activities under the auspices of a religious organization.

The tour will be managed by Magaly Fernandez, Group Director, Mambi International, Miami, Florida: (Fernandez specializes in arranging church group visits to Cuba, including those for Bishop Leo Frade of the Episcopal Diocese of Southeast Florida.)

Inquiry Form

If you are interested in getting more information about this trip, please fill out the form below and John Solomon will be in touch shortly. You may also email Solomon.

 

Fill out my online form.
Assistant Director, Mere Christianity Forum, Greenville, S.C. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Assistant Director, Mere Christianity Forum, Greenville, S.C.

Assistant Director, Mere Christianity Forum
Furman University
Diocese of Upper South Carolina
Greenville, S.C.

Furman University is seeking an assistant director for fundraising as well as organizational and programmatic development. Self-starter with high level of energy; professional, relational, and organizational skills; strong attention to detail; and a keen ability to follow through with multiple concurrent projects while operating with a team mentality required. Theological training, non-profit and/or ministry experience, an fundraising experience preferred. Proficiency in computing, desktop publishing, database management, and social media skills are necessary.

This is a full time position.

There is no deadline for submitting an application.

For more information visit www.mcforum.org.

Send resume, cover letter, and 2 references to rimes@mcforum.org.
 

Orientation | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Orientation

 

Welcome to the School of Theology! We hope that your transition so far has been smooth, but here are some things to help you once on the Mountain.

Welcome Letter from Associate Dean for Community Life Deborah Jackson

Letter from Associate Dean Deborah Jackson, July 2, 2014.

Orientation Schedule

To see a complete schedule of the orientation activities, click here.

Soft Move

Soft (School of Theology) Move is a program that meets incoming students as they arrive in Sewanee and helps unload their belongings into their new home. Send an email to softmove@sewanee.edu with your move-in date, expected arrival time, and Sewanee address.

Jonathan Daniels Pilgrimage

Orientation includes a special occasion that is open to everyone — the annual pilgrimage to Hayneville, Ala., commemorating Jonathan Daniels. To get a more complete idea of what this powerful event is like, read Alex Andujar's, T'14, article from a previous pilgrimage here. Please fill out the form (the link is below under "Online Forms") to indicate your participation on the pilgrimage.

Connect with the Community

Connect with your incoming class through the Facebook group page that has been set up for you. Request to join and it will be approved.

The School of Theology also has a Facebook page and a Twitter page. Be sure to like it to get real time updates on news and events. Links to these may also be found at the top of all of the School's website pages.

Health Insurance

Click here to get an overview of the health insurance available to seminarians through the Episcopal Church Medical Trust (CMT).

Click here to see current CMT rates.

Online Forms

Please provide some brief information on this online form, including a digital head shot, for our student photo directory.

Please provide some brief information on this online form for our student demographic data.

Please provide the information requested regarding the pilgrimage to Hayneville on Aug. 9.

Please provide the information requested for childcare and emergency contacts.

Questions?

Please email the orientation committee at orientation@sewanee.edu.

Seminary Resources | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Seminary Resources

Child-care

The St. Luke's Children's Center is a two-day a week program for ages six weeks to pre-school offered at The School of Theology. There is limited space available and space is offered first to the students, staff, and faculty of the School of Theology.  Child-care is also provided for various events that The School of Theology sponsors.

The University of the South Child Care Center takes infants and children ages six weeks to five years old. Space is offered first to faculty, staff, and students.

Sewanee Children’s Center at Otey Memorial Parish Church welcomes children age two to five. There is also an after school program for children to age eight. There is a lottery in the spring for new placements but spaces sometimes come available during the year.

Companions in Ministry

The Companions in Ministry (CIM) is composed of all spouses and partners of seminarians, faculty, and staff from The School of Theology at the University of the South. The CIM meets the third Tuesday of each month during the academic year for programs, fun, fellowship, support, and spiritual development. The CIM also organizes several events during the year for the entire seminary community including summer community picnics, day hiking trips, a Christmas party, and panel discussions.

Health Insurance

A generous student medical and dental insurance plan, through The Episcopal Church Medical Trust, (CMT) is available to seminarians and their dependents. You can visit their website to view the plans that are available to you as a student. Just click on "Seminarian Insurance" and select the "Health" tab.

August is considered our open enrollment period and you may sign-up during your student orientation; the deadline for enrolling is usually by the end of August. You may be eligible to enroll in a Medical Trust health plan if you are a full-time student and you may remain enrolled year-round for as long as you are in seminary.

This and other pertinent information is available on the Church Medical Plan website.

S of T Move

Current seminarians and their spouses are available to help you with your move to and from the Mountain. Contact softmove@sewanee.edu if you need assistance.

In-the-know

Sewanee has some unique phrases, terms, and abbreviations that are not commonly known upon first arrival.

Here are some important things to know about living in Sewanee.

Director of Youth Ministry, Spartenburg, S.C. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Director of Youth Ministry, Spartenburg, S.C.

Director of Youth Ministry
The Episcopal Church of the Advent
Diocese of Upper South Carolina
Spartenburg, S.C.


The candidate can be lay or ordained to accompany 6th–12th grade youth, their parents, and college students on their journey of faith. The Church of the Advent is a vibrant congregation with an average Sunday attendance of approximately 400 and boasts an active youth program with some 110 participants.

This is a full-time position.

There is no deadline for submitting an application.

For more information and an application, contact Laura Bauknight, director of Christian formation at 864.504.3693 or lbauknight@churchofadvent.org.

Rector, Pittsburgh, Pa. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Rector, Pittsburgh, Pa.

Rector
Calvary Episcopal Church
Diocese of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, Pa.

Calvary Episcopal Church is seeking a priest rooted in the Episcopal tradition, a faithful Christian who embraces the full diversity of the community, and person who will lead the parish with humor and grace. The candidate will be a lover of the music of the Church, the breadth of its history, and the beauty of the liturgy and worship of the Episcopal tradition. They will be a collaborative, inspirational leader and an effective administrator of a large, vibrant, progressive, urban parish.

This is a full time position.

The deadline for submitting an application is June 30, 2013.

For more information visit www.calvaryrectorsearch.org.

To submit an application or to get more information, contact Florence Atwood at calling@calvarypgh.org.

Rector, Sewickley, Pa. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Rector, Sewickley, Pa.

Rector
St. Brendan’s Episcopal Church
Diocese of Pittsburgh
Sewickley, Pa.

St. Brendan is an open and welcoming parish that expresses its core belief as spiritual, inclusive, and concerned. Looking for a person who can balance the needs of St. Brendan's with an awareness of our role in ministries in and outside of the church.

This is a full time position.
There is no deadline for submitting an application.
All inquiries and submissions should be directed to Jim Gray at stbrendansrsc@gmail.com.

Minister to Children & Families, Roanoke, Va. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Minister to Children & Families, Roanoke, Va.

Minister to Children and Families
St. John’s Episcopal Church
Diocese of Southwest Virginia
Roanoke, Va.

Execute a coordinated plan for children's and family ministries developed in collaboration with the Children's Discipleship Team. Coordinate and supervise all children's ministry volunteers in order to maximize effectiveness, sustainability, and spiritual fulfillment. Ensure that all children's and family ministries comply with the standards of appropriate conduct expected at St. John's, and that all volunteers are appropriately trained in the prevention of misconduct and abuse.

This is a full time position.
There is no deadline for submitting an application.
Send a resume and cover letter to Mrs. Sheryl McNally, Search Committee Chair, in care of Kristi Brown (kbrown@stjohnroanoke.org).

Assistant to the Rector, Philadelphia, Pa. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Assistant to the Rector, Philadelphia, Pa.

Assistant to the Rector
African Episcopal Church of St. Thomas
Diocese of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, Pa.

Reports directly to the rector and is under the supervision of the rector. Duties include the development of youth programs for youth ages 11–18 (spiritual, social, recreational, etc.); meeting with the youth on a weekly basis and serving as a recruiter; being a resource for and trainer of lay advisors; and provide recommendations, resources and support to the Church School.

This is a full time position.
There is no deadline for submitting an application.
To submit an application or for more information, contact the Rev. Martini Shaw, 212.519.9652.

Rector, Dodge City, Kans. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Rector, Dodge City, Kans.

Rector
St. Cornelius Episcopal Church
Diocese of Western Kansas
Dodge City, Kans.

St Cornelius seeks a new rector to empower, maintain, and grow Christian ministries and ambassadors to the larger community. The rector will lead the congregation as the head of welcoming Christian community.

This is a full time position.
There is no deadline to submit an application.
Contact: Tom Taylor
All inquiries and submissions should be directed to: St. Cornelius Episcopal Church, Search Committee, P.O. Box 1414, Dodge City, KS 67801. Or, st.corneliusdodgecity@gmail.com.

 

Updated on July 31, 2014

Priest Associate, Sayville, N.Y. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Priest Associate, Sayville, N.Y.

Priest Associate
St. Ann’s Episcopal Church
Diocese of Long Island
Sayville, N.Y.

Working with the youth; oversee the Christian Education programs for all ages (K-9th grade) and work with Christian Education Coordinator to ensure the programs are running smoothly. Re-energize the Young Adult Christian program and develop new offerings to encourage their continued involvement in the church. Teach a Lenten class annually. Share with the rector in the preaching, liturgical, sacramental, pastoral care and administrative aspects of parish life. Start date July 15, 2013.

This is a full time position.

There is no deadline for submitting an application.

Please send OTM, resume, and a cover letter to: Ms. Ivette Fernandex-Guzman, assistant to the canon for the ordinary, 36 Cathedral Avenue, Garden City, N.Y., 11530-4435; or 1Fernandez@dioceseli.org. Telephone number: 516.248.4800, ext 34.

 

Assistant Rector, Albany, Ga. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Assistant Rector, Albany, Ga.

Assistant Rector
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
Diocese of Georgia
Albany, Ga.

The assistant rector will assist the rector in every aspect of priestly ministry in a vibrant Episcopal congregation. This is an outstanding opportunity for a newly ordained priest to be mentored by an experienced supervisor and loving congregation.

This is a full time position.
There is no deadline for submitting an application.
Contact: the Rev. H. Lee Lowery either by email: hleelowery@gmail.com or 205.482.7749.

Assistant Priest to the Rector, Warwick, N.Y. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Assistant Priest to the Rector, Warwick, N.Y.

Assistant Priest to the Rector
Christ Church
Diocese of New York
Warwick, N.Y.

This position will assist the Rector in every aspect of priestly ministry in a rapidly growing, vibrant Episcopal congregation. This is an outstanding opportunity for a newly ordained priest to be mentored by an experienced supervisor and loving congregation. This position is expected to be filled by June 1, 2013.

This is a full time position.

There is no deadline for submitting an application.

Contact: The Rev. Jim Erwin

To apply: Send letter of Interest and current resume to: The Rev. Jim Erwin, Christ Church, 50 South Street, Warwick, N.Y., 10990, or email to fatherjim@christchurch.org. Telephone number: 845.986.3440.
 

Marcus G. Halley | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South
Priest-in-Charge | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Priest-in-Charge

Priest-in-Charge
St. Bernard’s Church
Diocese of New Jersey
Benardsville, N.J.

Must have experience. Looking for someone who is compassionate, inclusive, committed, collaborative, and traditional.

This is a part-time position.
There is no deadline for submitting an application.
More information may be found at www.stbernardsnj.org.
Contact: Dex Brown
To submit an application: contact Dex Brown: dexbrown@aol.com, or 1.908.672.9582; or saintbernards@verizon.net.

Associate for Congregational Development, Los Angeles, Calif. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Associate for Congregational Development, Los Angeles, Calif.

Associate for Congregational Development
All Saints’ Church
Diocese of Los Angeles
Pasadena, Calif.

Will be responsible for: developing, monitoring and maintaining systems for inviting and welcoming new members; the engagement and tracking of every member; and the training, retention, nourishing and rotation of parish leadership. Analyzing trends in parish/church life and national life; small group ministry, parish life ministries and activities; vocational, training and coordinating volunteers; and leading the stewardship/development/grant writing and incorporation functions.

This is a full time position.
The deadline for submitting an application is Feb. 28, 2013.
For more information visit www.allsaints-pas.org.
Contact: Christina Honchell
Please send resume and letter to: Christina Honchell, honchell@allsaints-pas.org, (Word or PDF documents only) or fax: 626.584.4237.

Mollie Roberts | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South
--> Rector, Oshkosh, Wisc. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Rector, Oshkosh, Wisc.

Rector
Trinity Episcopal Church
Diocese of Fond du Lac
Oshkosh, Wisc.

Trinity Episcopal Church is seeking a dynamic leader who can engage hearts and minds with her/his preaching, increase Trinity's engagement with the Oshkosh community and work with the congregation in love and communion through periods of change.

This is a full time position.

Deadline for submitting an application is April 15, 2013.

Contact: Jennifer Wenner

Parish profile and details of application process on website: http//oshkosh-episcopal.org/Rector_Search_1 .htm1. If you have any questions, please contact trinityoshkoshrectorsearch@gmail.com or call 920.267.7730.
 

Curate for Family and Youth Ministry | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Curate for Family and Youth Ministry

Curate for Family and Youth Ministry
Christ Church Easton
Diocese of Easton
Easton, Md.

Will develop, grow and expand "Family Ministries" in concert with the goals of the church. Develop, grow and expand the associated children and youth ministry program. Assist with all and every sacerdotal aspect of the worship life of the church. Assist with newcomer welcoming, evangelism, baptisms, weddings, and funerals. Assist with all pastoral responsibilities. Provide support and presence for the Christ Church Day School. Support parish acitivies and provide leadership in the justice ministries of the parish. Other tasks as defined by the Rector.

This is a full time position.

There is no deadline for submitting an application.

For more information visit www.christchurcheaston.org.

Send resume, any ministry profile, and a brief statement of your ministry to: Father Bill Ortt: fatherbill@christchurcheaston.org or 410-822-2677.
 

Ministry Fellow, New York City, N.Y. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Ministry Fellow, New York City, N.Y.

Ministry Fellow
St. James' Church
Diocese of New York
New York City, NY

This is a transition-into-ministry program with a two to three year appointment. Competitive salary, housing, and full benefits. Regular peer-support meetings with four fellows representing other New York City congregations. Begin summer of 2013. Fellow participates in full range of ministries, including regular preaching opportunities, will rotate through all ministries with a balance of autonomy and supervision, intentional mentoring is provided by senior clergy, other staff members, and the Lilly Program Coordinator. Will meet regularly for peer support and to learn from each others' experiences.

This is a full time position

Applications are due by Feb 15.

More information may be found at http://www.fteleaders.org/pages/TiM

Contact: The Rev. Craig Townsend
Send resume and cover letter to the Rev. Craig Townsend Coordinator of the Lilly Program at: ctownsend@stjames.org or St. James' Church, 865 Madison Ave., New York, NY 10021. Craig can be reached by email or at: 212-774-4254.
 

Curate, St. Augustine of Canterbury Episcopal Church | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Curate, St. Augustine of Canterbury Episcopal Church

Curate
St. Augustine of Canterbury Episcopal Church
Diocese of Central Florida
Vero Beach, Fla.

The curate will develop relationships with the youth (ages 12–19 years) of the parish, to oversee the church school program along with church school superintendent, and to disciple them in their Christian faith. Must have a completed post-secondary degree or diploma — formal theological education preferred along with at least two years experience in a supervisory role with youth. An understanding of the Episcopal Church, its traditions, and doctrines is also requested.

This is a full time position.
There is no deadline for submitting an application.
Please send resume and current OTM to: The Rev. Michael W. Goldberg, St. Augustine of Canterbury Episcopal Church, 475 43rd Ave., Vero Beach, FL 32968, or email: AUGCANTAUR@aol.com. Telephone numbers: 772.770.3494 or 772.559.9407.

Assistant Rector, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Assistant Rector, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

Assistant Rector
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
Diocese of Western Louisiana
Shreveport, La.

This position includes preaching, teaching, liturgy, and some administration. Assist in evangelism and purpose driven church process. Incorporation of new members and some youth work oversight.

This is a full time position.
The deadline for submitting an application is Feb. 1, 2013.
For more information visit www.stpauls-shreveport.org
Contact the Very Rev. Ronald Clingenpeel, transition consultant, at: rhclingenpeel@yahoo.com, or 314.249.5908.

Rector, Epiphany Episcopal Church | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Rector, Epiphany Episcopal Church

Rector
Epiphany Episcopal Church
Diocese of Western Louisiana
New Iberia, La.

Epiphany is looking for a rector to continue growing the chuch with some family ties that date back to pre-civil war history. The church is striving to attract new members to comfort the ill and serve the poor. The church supports a strong relationship with Epiphany Day School. The priest is an acting board member and serves on the Executive Committee. The priest leads chapel services once a week including a monthly Eucharist service.

This is a full time position.
The deadline for submitting an application is Feb. 1, 2013.
For more information visit www.ephiphanyiberia.org
Contact the Very Rev. Ronald Clingenpeel, transition consultant, at: rhclingenpeel@yahoo.com, or 314.249.5908.

 

Rector, St. John’s Episcopal Church | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Rector, St. John’s Episcopal Church

Rector
St. John’s Episcopal Church
Diocese of Louisiana
Minden, La.

St. John's is looking for a rector to continue growing the church that dates back to 1853. The people of St. John's have a long history of active ministry through time, talent, and tithe.

This is a full time position.
The deadline for submitting an application is Feb. 13, 2013.
For more information visit http://stjohns-minden.org/
Contact the Very Rev. Ronald Clingenpeel, transition consultant, at: rhclingenpeel@yahoo.com, or 314.249.5908.

Faces of Our Community | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South
Director of Youth Ministry, Memphis, Tenn. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Director of Youth Ministry, Memphis, Tenn.

Director of Youth Ministry
Grace-St. Luke's Episcopal
Diocese of West Tennessee
Memphis, TN

This is a non-clerical position. The director will coordinate and promote activities that are spiritually, mentally, and physically healthy for the youth in grades six through 12. Will work to invite and incorporate these youth as participants in Episcopal Youth Community and in the Journey to Adulthood program on Sunday mornings. Will work in collaboration with the rector, clergy, and the youth advisors to cultivate the spiritual lives of our youth and their relationship with a parish.

This is a part time position.
There is no deadline for submitting an application.
For more information visit www.gracestlukes.org

Submit a cover letter with three references and resume via email to Harriet Roberts, Director of Christian Education, (Harriet@gracestlukes.org), with 'Director of Youth Ministry application' in the subject line.

Rector, Greensboro, Ala. | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Rector, Greensboro, Ala.

Rector
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
Diocese of Alabama
Greensboro, Ala.

St. Paul's is looking for a Rector to help strengthen and grow their church and lead their parish to do God's work. Candidates will have the freedom to pursue additional bi-vocational opportunities or pastoring an additional nearby Episcopal Church.

This is a full time position.
There is no deadline for submitting an application.
For more information email SaintPaulsGreensboro@gmail.com or call 334.654.3096.
Send resume to St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 905 Church Street, Greensboro, AL 36744.

Orientation 2012 | The School of Theology | Sewanee: The University of the South

Orientation 2012

Saturday Aug. 11
Orientation includes a special occasion that is open to everyone — the annual pilgrimage to Hayneville, Ala., commemorating Jonathan Daniels. Please email Sharron Cox (coxsl0@sewanee.edu) if you are planning to attend. The bus will leave from the Chapel of the Apostles (COTA) at 5:45 a.m. sharp, returning the same evening. For full details of the event, you can read Alex Andujar's, T'14, article from last year’s pilgrimage here. This event is not an orientation requirement for incoming students, but attendance is strongly encouraged.

Orientation Schedule

Monday August 13   
   
8 a.m.–2:45 p.m.    Child care with lunch provided     PMO Room
8:10 a.m.–8:45 a.m.    Opening Eucharist     Chapel of the Apostles (COTA) 
8:50 a.m.–9:15 a.m.    Continental Breakfast     HH 230
9:15 a.m.–9:45 a.m.    Welcome, overview, introductions    Tim True, T’13, Elizabeth Yale, T’14    HH 226
9:45 a.m.–10 a.m.    Dean’s Welcome    Rt. Rev. Neil Alexander    HH 226
10 a.m.–10:10 a.m.    Break    HH 230
10:10 a.m.–10:25 a.m.    Financial Aid Director of Operations    Connie Arrack    HH 226
10:30 a.m.–10:45 a.m.    Rental Properties and PPS    Laurie Kianka    HH 226
10:45 a.m.–11:30 a.m.    Intro to Orientation Materials    Tim True, T’13, Elizabeth Yale, T’14    HH 226
11:30 a.m.–12 Noon    EfM and Programs Center EfM    Director Karen Meridith,
Conference Coordinator Sarah Mooney    HH 226
12 Noon–12:30 p.m.    Community Offerings KOS, Acolyte, SOS, PMO    HH 226
12:30 p.m.–1:30 p.m.    Lunch     Refectory
1:30 p.m.–2 p.m.    Tour of Hamilton Hall    Tim True, T’13, Elizabeth Yale, T’14
2 p.m.–2:45 p.m.    Insurance     Dwight Babcock    HH 226

Tuesday August 14                       Academics 
   
8:10 a.m.–8:30 a.m.    Morning Prayer     COTA
8:30 a.m.–8:45 a.m.    Introduction and Welcome    Vice-Chancellor John McCardell    HH 226
8:45 a.m.–9:30 a.m.    Academic Introduction    Associate Dean of Academics Rev. Dr. Jim Turrell &
Faculty Videos    HH 226
9:30 a.m.–10:15 a.m.    Overview of Academic Administrative Matters    Registrar Mary Turner    HH 226
10:15 a.m.–10:30 a.m.    Break 
10:30 a.m.–11 a.m.    CPE and Field Education    Rev. Kammy Young     HH226
11 a.m.–12 Noon    Worship Workshop    Associate Dean of Academics Rev. Dr. Jim Turrell    COTA
12 Noon–12:30 p.m.    Holy Eucharist      COTA
12:30 p.m.–1:30 p.m.    Lunch     Refectory
1:30 p.m.–2:30 p.m.    Classroom Orientation    Tim True, T’13, Elizabeth Yale, T’14    HH 234  

Wednesday August 15           Community 

8 a.m.–1:30 p.m.    Child care with lunch provided     PMO Room
8:10 a.m.–8:45 a.m.    Morning Prayer     St. Luke’s Chapel
8:45 a.m.–9 a.m.    Community Life Overview     Assistant Dean for Community Life Rev. Nikki Mathis    St. Luke’s Chapel
9 a.m.–10:30 a.m.    Walking Tour     Tim True, T'13, Elizabeth Yale, T'14    Campus
10:30 a.m.–11 a.m.    Break and Walk to Student Commons
11 a.m.–11:20 a.m.    Spiritual Directors Overview (films)    Tim True, T’13, Elizabeth Yale, T’14    HH 226
11:20 a.m.–12 Noon    Discussion with Spiritual Directors     Various Classrooms
12 Noon–12:30 p.m.    Holy Eucharist    COTA
12:30 p.m.–1:30 p.m.    Lunch     Refectory
1:30 p.m.–2:30 p.m.    Peer Groups 

Thursday August 16   
   
8:10 a.m.–8:30 a.m.    Morning Prayer     COTA
8:30 a.m.–9 a.m.    Overview of School Communications    Director of Communications and Marketing   Mary Ann Patterson    HH226
9 a.m.–10 a.m.    Staff     HH226
10 a.m.–10:15 a.m.    Break 
10:15 a.m.–12 Noon    Computer Info and iPads    Larry Wood     Computer Lab and HH 226
12 Noon–12:30 p.m.    Closing Eucharist    COTA
12:30 p.m.–1:30 p.m.    Lunch     Refectory
1:30 p.m.–2:30 p.m.    Myer-Briggs Assessment    Lisa Howick    HH 226  

Friday August 17                Free Day 

Monday August 20            Anti-Racism training, Day 1 
   
8:10 a.m.–8:45 a.m.    Morning Prayer     COTA
8:50 a.m.–12 Noon    Anti-Racism Training    Dr. Eric Law     HH226
12 Noon–12:30 p.m.    Noonday Prayer     HH 226
12:30 p.m.–1:30 p.m.    Lunch     Refectory
1:30 p.m.–4 p.m.    Anti-Racism Training    Dr. Eric Law    HH 226  

Tuesday August 21  Anti-Racism Training, Day 2 
    
8:10 a.m.–8:45 a.m.    Morning Prayer     COTA
8:50 a.m.–12 Noon    Anti-Racism Training    Assistant Dean for Community Life    Rev. Nikki Mathis, Rev. Dr. Rob MacSwain      HH226
12 Noon–12:30 p.m.    Noonday Prayer     HH 226
12:30 p.m.–1:30 p.m.    Lunch     Refectory
1:30 p.m.–4 p.m.    Anti-Racism Training    Assistant Dean for Community Life    Rev. Nikki Mathis, Rev. Dr. Rob MacSwain     HH 226

Wednesday August 22  Anti- Racism Training, Day 3 
   
8:10 a.m.–8:45 a.m.    Morning Prayer     COTA
8:50 a.m.–12:30 p.m.    Anti-Racism Training    Assistant Dean for Community Life    Rev. Nikki Mathis, Rev. Dr. Rob MacSwain     HH226
12:30 p.m.–1:30 p.m.    Lunch     Refectory
1:30 p.m.–3 p.m.    Anti-Racism Training    Assistant Dean for Community Life    Rev. Nikki Mathis, Rev. Dr. Rob MacSwain   HH 226
3 p.m.–4 p.m.    Closing Eucharist     COTA   

Thursday August 23  Safe Church Training 
   
8:10 a.m.–8:45 a.m.   Morning Prayer     COTA
8:50 a.m.–12 Noon    Safe Church Training    Assistant Dean for Community Life    Rev. Nikki Mathis/Rev. Kammy Young    HH226
12 Noon–12:30 p.m.    Noonday Prayer     HH 226
12:30 p.m.–1:30 p.m.    Lunch     Refectory
1:30 p.m.–4 p.m.    Safe Church Training    Assistant Dean for Community Life Rev. Nikki Mathis /Rev. Kammy Young   HH 226 

Friday August 24  Speaking the Word 
   
8:10 a.m.–8:45 a.m.    Morning Prayer     COTA
8:50 a.m.–12 Noon    Speaking the Word    Dr. David Landon     HH226 and COTA
12 Noon–12:30 p.m.    Noonday Prayer     HH 226
12:30 p.m.–1:30 p.m.    Lunch     Refectory
1:30 p.m.–4 p.m.    Speaking the Word    Dr. David Landon    HH 226 and COTA

Monday, Aug. 27 — New students meet with advisors and register, 9:00–11:45 a.m., HH217

Tuesday, Aug. 28 — Vice-Chancellor’s opening address to the University community, 4:00 p.m., All Saints’ Chapel, followed by picnic on the Quad, families are invited to both

Wednesday, Aug. 29* — Quiet Day, St. Mary’s Conference Center; Matriculation rehearsal, 4:30 p.m., All Saints’ Chapel; Matriculation 5:30 p.m., All Saints’ Chapel

Thursday, Aug. 30 — Classes begin

Saturday, Sept. 1 — Seminary Picnic for students, staff, and faculty and their familes, 3 p.m., Lake Cheston

Attendance at all activities by new incoming students, except for the pilgrimage and the seminary picnic, are required. Attendance at the pilgrimage and the picnic are strongly encouraged.

* Childcare is available.

If childcare is needed for the workshops on Aug. 20–23, please email Crystal Cannaday, softchildcare@sewanee.edu.