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Are you a compassionate person of faith with experience caring for others in emotional and spiritual need?

The Episcopal Church of the Incarnation is seeking a part-time Pastoral Care Coordinator to help support us in caring for our members, especially those who are lonely, sick, grieving, or for any reason in need of pastoral care. This is an approximately 8-hour-per-week position and is currently funded for a pilot period of one year (through fall 2023). Our ideal candidate may be lay or ordained and will have experience and training in a field such as spiritual care, mental health, social services, health care, or similar.

Please see the full position description below. Applications are open and may be submitted until the position is filled. The committee will begin reviewing applications in early September.

To Apply

Please send the following by email to the Rev. Stephen Shaver at sshaver@incarnationsantarosa.org:

  • A short cover letter. Please tell us about your gifts, background, and interest in the ministry of pastoral care.
  • A resume.
  • Names and contact information for three professional references.

St. Paul’s Sacramento is a progressive Episcopal Parish located in the heart of Sacramento. Our congregation values how music enriches our worship. We are a congregation that actually sits and listens to the postlude! The building has fabulous acoustics and a long history of appreciating music. Both E. Power Biggs and the Grateful Dead have played in the building! Currently we regularly host the Sacramento Baroque Soloists who play a season at the church. The Music director will have access to the building for teaching and concerts.

Please send resumes to: The Very Rev. Rik Rasmussen, Priest in Charge, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, P.O. Box 160914, Sacramento, Ca 95816. E-mail: st1849paul@sbcglobal.net

About St. Clement’s Episcopal Church:
St. Clement’s Episcopal Church’s mission is “Knowing God; Loving God; Making God Known.”

We are a church that is willing to take risks and is open to change. While we are a small church, we have a big heart for making a difference in the world. As a congregation we are dedicated to worship and committed to service in our community and beyond.

St. Clement’s is in the heart of a working-class neighborhood in a suburb of Sacramento, CA. Many of our parishioners live within a few miles of our church, while some come from more distant communities. We are diverse in age, sexual orientation, race, cultural backgrounds, and educational levels.

We share Presiding Bishop Michael Curry’s vision of Becoming Beloved Community: inclusion, equity, and equality for all people. St. Clement’s seeks to listen and build relationships amongst all races, cultures, and the LGBTQ+ community. We have a strong Fijian presence, and we honor and learn from their heritage and insights.

Outreach at St. Clement’s includes, but is not limited to, The People’s Pantry, HART (Homeless Assistance and Resource Program) and Dress-a-Girl Around the World. We are also affiliated with 4 Paws 2 Freedom, a Veteran’s Service Dog Program.

We are open to working with other churches in the Diocese, and we enjoy working ecumenically with other faiths through Vacation Bible School and Outreach.

To apply, please send resume, cover letter and Office of Transitional Ministry (OTM) profile to The Rev. Cn. Julie Wakelee, Interim Canon to the Ordinary, Diocese of Northern California, julie@norcalepiscopal.org