Open Positions

Open Staff Positions

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To apply, please send a cover letter, resume, and a statement that answers the following question:

  1. Tell us about (at least) one project/program/effort you have successfully led to support Christian formation, church growth, and/or bilingual ministry.

Please send complete application to

  • Subject line: Missioner for Church Life

Open Positions Around the Diocese

This is a 3/4 time position. For more information, click here.

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,

Job Description

Our weekly 11:00 worship is lively, joyful, and multi-generational. The music leader
oversees our committed choir and encourages congregational participation, which
sometimes includes other musicians. The ideal candidate will have broad knowledge of
contemporary worship music, excellent musicianship on guitar, and a collaborative
working style. In addition, they will help track music licenses and ensure fair use.
Familiarity with Episcopal worship and openness to working with children in the choir is

Compensation & Time Expectations

This is a part-time. Outside of practice time, the musician
should anticipate spending 3-4 hours/week to plan and lead Sunday worship and
occasionally attend evening meetings. In addition, they may be asked to play at weddings
or funerals (which will be compensated separately).

To apply, please send a cover letter, resume with at least 2 references and a few recorded
examples of your work to

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The Interim Rector will represent and extend the ministry that is the bishop’s pastoral and canonical responsibility for a parish in transition.

Accordingly, the main tasks of the Interim Rector will be to:

  • Keep the congregation prayerfully focused on discerning God’s will and their role in God’s mission.
  • Work with the Vestry and other lay leaders to maintain a regular schedule of worship and preaching, education, pastoral offices (e.g., baptisms, weddings, and funerals), and pastoral care; and to support the Vestry in the ongoing administration of the parish.
  • Prepare the congregation for the next phase of their life together.
  • Help the congregation deal with any sense of loss, anxiety, and any unresolved issues arising from the departure of the previous rector.
  • Guide and encourage the Vestry, lay leaders, and staff to make such changes as may be needed to align parish life and administration with best practices.
  • Recognize and support those ministries that are succeeding.

Support and inspire stewardship

Due to the long tenure (25 years) of our rector, we anticipate this position will be for about 2 years.

Email a letter of interest, resume, and OTM profile to The Rev. Cn. Julie Wakelee at

Deadline: 9/1/22