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St. John’s Anglican Church, Salt Lake City, Utah, is seeking a part-time Rector.
We seek a church builder who will not only increase our numbers but also deepen our faith.
The ideal candidate:
is a firm, yet compassionate shepherd who manifests qualities consistent with Christ and His teachings—a leader who follows the Lord.
is grounded in the Anglican Faith and believes in the Bible as God’s Word
will not affirm us as we are but will challenge us to be better
inspires us to strive to make every moment of the week part of our sacrifice of praise and a continuation of the liturgy we celebrate on Sunday
is active in the secular community but who does not conform to it.
St. John’s serves the Salt Lake Valley in Northern Utah, home to the University of Utah, the state capitol, and fast-growing technology and medical sectors. See our Congregation Profile for more details.
We are looking for the person that God has called to be our Rector and who knows in his heart that Jesus is his Lord and that St. John’s is where he is called to serve. Our new Rector should know the Holy Spirit and is led by Him through a strong prayer life and is able to discern God’s plan for St. John’s and lead us into that vision; someone who is able to present inspired Bible-based sermons and to encourage others to use their spiritual gifts.
If you are qualified and interested in serving, please use the form on our website attaching your:
résumé including academic and seminary training
statement of pastoral philosophy
personal and professional references
Additionally, applications may be submitted by email with attachments to email@example.com.
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
The congregation and vestry of Christ our Savior Anglican Church are seeking applicants to fill the currently vacant position of Parish Rector. Men interested in applying for the position should download and review the parish profile below. If the opening fits well with their ministry skills and approach, we encourage them to download, complete, and email the application below.
We are confident that God, in His Providence, will provide us with the perfect man to lead this parish forward. Thank you for your prayerful consideration.
Questions and completed applications can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Further information and application found on the church website.
St. James Anglican Church, located in Costa Mesa, California, is looking for a full time rector to lead a church of about 200 congregants. St. James Anglican was founded over 75 years ago in Newport Beach. We currently have two Sunday services. The 9 am service is a traditional Anglican service with Holy Communion and hymns led by the choir. The 11:15 service uses the liturgy from the 1979 Book of Common Prayer. It is sacramentally charismatic, but there are opportunities for the congregation to express gifts of the Holy Spirit. Our church is mainly comprised of mature adult parishioners. We wish to grow a church with more families with young children and youth through outreach to the community of Costa Mesa.
St. James is seeking a Rector of the Word and of the Spirit—a Rector with strong leadership, communication and pastoral skills who leads a life of humility, prayer and integrity; displays the fruit and gifts of the Holy Spirit, will develop a heart for Costa Mesa and surrounding communities, and will wholeheartedly love and care for the people of St. James Anglican Church. If you are interested in this position, or know someone who might be interested, please send your resume to email@example.com.
The Diocese is looking for a Bi-Vocational Anglican leader for The Legacy House in Avondale, AZ. This person will lead Saturday evening praise and worship and at least one mid-week small group meeting. Additionally, this individual will provide pastoral calling in homes, hospitals, and/or rehab centers in the area, plus the occasional appearance at Legacy community events. Legacy will provide meeting space, furniture, equipment, (except religious furnishings), set-up and tear down of meeting rooms, and will give Living Faith priority status as "the church" of the facility, (although allowance is made for Roman Catholics and LDS to hold communion services and observe some religious practices). The understood intent of both parties is that there be a 'Christian community of believers' established in the Legacy Building to provide 'church life' to residence, staff and members of the surrounding community.
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