Following are job openings sent to us by churches and ministries in The Episcopal Church in Colorado.
Youth and Children Minister – Part-Time – St. Tim’s Episcopal Church, Centennial
St. Tim’s Episcopal Church is a growing parish with a heart to embrace and welcome all people with the love of Jesus. St. Tim’s is a community of faith that is inclusive of all people. Over the past few years we have done significant work to align our budget and our strategic priorities of engaging our neighbors, serving the local community, and nourishing the faith of youth and young children and their families. The Youth and Children Minister position is a direct result of assessing parish needs and growth. The ideal candidate will be open to the possibility of increased hours dependent upon program growth. With this position, St. Tim’s seeks to build upon the current ministry with children, youth, and families, as well as reach out to engage community partners to build relationships focused on supporting and empowering youth in the greater community to create health and wholeness. The ideal candidate will be someone who is passionate about their faith and following the way of Jesus, as well as inspiring and encouraging youth in their faith journeys. This candidate will be proactive in trying new ways to nurture the Christian faith, reaching out to community partners, and collaborating with other staff. The ideal candidate is comfortable communicating with teenagers, is informed about the challenges that teenagers face, and seeks to learn from and embrace this age-group. Read Full Job Descriptions >
Organist Position – Part-Time – St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church, Parker
St. Matthew’s in Parker, CO has a two manual Layton pipe organ, with pedal. We love to sing, have a choir director, use primarily the 1982 Hymnal, and have services at 8:00 and 10:30 on Sundays. We are searching for an Organist who would enjoy being in a liturgical church, can play extra services during Holy Week and Christmas, Ash Wednesday, Lessons and Carols, and wants to be part of a delightful family community. It is important that our music is “upbeat” in tempo, (we want hymns to be more cheerful than morose) and we use some modern music as well as the Hymnal, like Here I am, Lord. The Organist reports to the Rector and the hours average about 10-15 a week over the year, with choir rehearsals on Thursday evening at 7:00. The salary is based on experience and proficiency and is between $15,000 and $18,000 a year. What else would you like to know? Contact Fr. Michael Richardson, email@example.com for a job description and to apply.
Executive Director, St. Benedict Health and Healing Ministry – Boulder County
St. Benedict Health and Healing Ministry seeks to fill the position of Executive Director. Our current Executive Director, Rev. Sally Bowersox, will be retiring July 1, 2018. St. Benedict Health and Healing Ministry is a Diocesan Institution of The Episcopal Church in Colorado. SBHHM provides no cost health care to medically underserved and uninsured adults in Boulder County. Founded: 2003. Read Full Job Description >
To post an open position, please contact Mike Orr at Mike@EpiscopalColorado.org.