Part-time Parish Administrator – Trinity Parish, Ashland

Part-time Parish Administrator – Trinity Parish, Ashland

Trinity Parish, Ashland is seeking a part-time Parish Administrator. Trinity is an inclusive and welcoming church located in downtown Ashland. The Parish Administrator at Trinity is a multi-faceted position involved in most aspects of church operations. The individual is the face and voice of the parish office to the parishioners and the public. The position reports to the Rector and works closely with the parish financial officer and senior lay leadership and volunteers.

Candidates may apply through

Music Minister – St. Mark’s, Medford

Looking for Music Minister for St. Mark’s, Medford. Position would require accompanying (and possibly eventually leading) the choir at the 10 am service and playing for the congregation at the 8 am service and, additionally, to play at the choir rehearsals.

St. Mark’s has a piano as well as an excellent organ. Please contact Jan Martin at if you are interested.

Parish Administrator – St. Francis of Assisi, Wilsonville

Job Title:           Parish Administrator
Reports to:        Rector
Schedule:          10 am – 3 pm, Monday through Friday, hours are negotiable
Pay:                   $18-$21/hr, plus dental benefits

St. Francis of Assisi Episcopal Church is seeking a Parish Administrator who can oversee daily operations of the parish, while also providing a loving presence for those who stop by the office. Currently, the Parish Administrator works 10 am-3 pm Monday through Friday, but those hours are negotiable.

Primary responsibilities

  1. Provide welcoming presence in the church office during office hours
  2. Produce and assemble all liturgical bulletins, using Microsoft Word
  3. Maintain church calendar
  4. Update and manage church database, using ACS software
  5. Manage church memorial gardens, including paperwork for funerals
  6. Update church website, using Weebly
  7. Organize and distribute church newsletter, using Constant Contact
  8. Update church social media, including Facebook
  9. Submit all parochial and diocesan filings, including background checks
  10. Order all office supplies
  11. Maintain employee and building use documentation

An ideal candidate would also be open to taking on some of the bookkeeping responsibilities and have some familiarity with Spanish in order to serve our Latino members.

One does not need to be fully competent in the software programs described above but have the ability and willingness to learn new programs.

Hours and compensation are negotiable based on experience and expectations.

If you are interested in applying, please contact The Rev. Brendan Barnicle –

St. Andrew’s, Portland seeks part-time Vicar

Saint Andrew’s Episcopal Church is a small, warm mission parish in the heart of North Portland, close to the historic St John’s Bridge. Our unique campus has three separate buildings: our original building with the Hereford House Food Pantry in the lower level and a therapy group that rents the upper level, Rankin Hall, an old Portland branch library, and our primary church building. 

 We are looking for a Vicar who will work alongside us as we strive to live out our baptismal covenant in our congregation, our community, and the world. This priest will seek to know us as we work to welcome all inspired to join us. Many in our area are experiencing poverty, houselessness, racism, and environmental injustice. Our longtime pantry ministry is very important to our members and to the community. We look for a priest who will inspire us to take our faith into practice in the world. 

We desire someone who will lead relevant weekly Eucharist services along with periodic study groups. We have elderly members in need of pastoral care as well as members seeking to be empowered to expand involvement and service in the community. This person will also need to have administrative skills to help us keep our volunteers and finances on track as we pursue a broad agenda. 

 This is a ½ time position.  Please check out our Parish Profile . 

To Apply, please send your resume, OTM Portfolio, and a cover letter to The Rev. Canon Neysa Ellgren Shepley at

Ascension Episcopal Parish, Portland seeks part-time Rector

Ascension Episcopal Church is a warm and friendly community gathered for traditional worship. We welcome all to join us to seek Christ’s presence in our beautiful, intimate space. 

Ascension is a parish of about 60 households worshiping in a small 1889 chapel in Portland Heights.  We are traditional but far from old-fashioned, using Rite I liturgy for all our services and nurturing a warm and friendly community where all are welcome.  We are looking for a 1/3 time rector to pastor our 60 households and lead us into the future. 

Sunday worship, preaching, and Eucharist are the cornerstone of our life together.  We are seeking a rector who will serve as principal preacher and celebrant for Sunday Eucharist at 8 AM and 10 AM, and at special services such as Ash Wednesday and Holy Week services. Someone who is fluent in the traditional language, liturgy, and music would be a gift to us. 

Because of our small size, most members according to their gifts have one or more active ministries in our operations, programs, and missions. Each person is essential to the life of the parish.  Our priest should be a good communicator, outgoing and friendly, with a warm and open style for parishioners and newcomers alike.   Because we have long had a part-time and bi-vocational priest as well as a parish administrator, we have highly functional lay-led day-to-day ministries.  Our priest should be able capably both to inspire and to guide lay leadership within the church, and to help newcomers find opportunities for service.  

Our rector should gently guide a vision for the future.  One concern will be, as with any parish, growth (or re-growth.)  Prior to the pandemic, our parish was seeing steady growth, due to “strong fundamentals:” effective preaching of the gospel, a warm and caring community, regular social events, beautiful music, committed liturgy, and a successful Christian education program for children.   Our new rector will need to help us determine how we can build on this foundation regardless of where the pandemic takes us.    A second special effort will be pulling together our variety of different outreach efforts into a more coordinated whole.  

The successful candidate will be a strong preacher and celebrant of traditional liturgy, a warm, sensitive, and outgoing pastor, and a capable inspiration to lay ministry.

For more information about Ascension Episcopal Parish, see our parish profile at

To apply, please send a resume, OTM portfolio, and a cover letter to The Rev Canon Neysa Ellgren Shepley at

Music Ministry Director, Resurrection, Eugene

 The Episcopal Church of the Resurrection is excited to announce an immediate opening for a permanent, part-time Director of Music Ministry. Under the supervision of the Rector, this role will coordinate, directly perform and/or oversee all components of our music program, including choir director, accompanist (organ, piano), and chorister director. In the past, some directors have performed all three roles and others have assisted in hiring appropriate additional music staff. Responsibilities include weekly Sunday services, oversight of music for the Saturday Evening Mass, and occasional special services such as Evensong, Taize services, and holiday choral events. The position is active for nine months annually, from mid-September through mid-June.

The Episcopal Church of the Resurrection (ECOR) is an approximately 75 member church with a 30+ year strong, much-loved music program. ECOR has an adult choir and a children’s choir. Instrumental resources include handbells, a baby grand piano, and a 16 rank Brombaugh pipe organ built in 2004.

This position collaborates with other worship ministries to lead the musical life of the congregation and reports directly to the Rector. For more information about the congregation, please visit our website:

Posting Date: August 31, 2021 

Close Date: September 30, 2021

Interviews: Interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis via Zoom.

Preferred Start Date: November 1, 2021. 

This is a 9-12 month position; the salary is dependent on how many roles the Music Director performs, as detailed above. 

The distinct roles (choir director; chorister director; accompanist) of the Director of Music Ministry position may be combined or separated depending upon candidate interest, experience, and talent and hiring committee discretion. 

The salary for the base Director of Music Ministry position, which includes directing the adult choir, is $700/month for 9 months ($6300/year), with a projected workload of 7-10 hours per week (increasing to 14-20 hours during the week of Christmas and during Holy Week).


  • Formal training, significant experience, and demonstrated competence in choral conducting; 
  • Understanding and appreciation of the Christian liturgical tradition, preferably also Episcopal hymnody and liturgy 
  • Bachelor’s degree in Music (or equivalent experience) preferred
  • Outstanding communication skills: empathetic, clear, organized and adept at cross-ministry collaboration 
  • Sensitive and flexible to the needs of a congregation with diverse musical tastes

Send Cover Letter and Resumé to: by September 30, 2021. Please indicate in your cover letter which role(s) you are applying for within the scope of the Director of Music Ministry position. 

We will continue to accept applications through the interview process until we have identified the candidate who is the best fit. 

If you have any questions, please contact

Full-time Rector – All Saints, Hillsboro

All Saints Church in Hillsboro, Oregon is seeking a full-time Rector.  Hillsboro is located 17 miles west of Portland.  What strikes people the most about Hillsboro is how much small-town charm is packed into a place so cosmopolitan.

We have been in Hillsboro since 1853, starting with occasional services by a traveling priest, then moving to our first of two locations in 1904, becoming the first Episcopal presence in Washington County.  We moved to our current location in 1945.

We are seeking a Rector who is outgoing, collaborative, and willing to be visible in our community.  Preaching, teaching, and pastoral care are important elements of the job.  We are seeking someone able and willing to encourage and support all areas of lay ministry.  The ability to be flexible, think outside the box, and always be searching for creative ways to improve our church community is highly desirable. 

For more information about All Saints Hillsboro please go to our website,  Our parish profile will be found on our website. To apply for this position please send your resume, OTM portfolio, and a cover letter to Rev. Canon Neysa Ellgren Shepley, Canon to the Ordinary of the Diocese of Oregon, at, tel: (971) 204-4116. 

The application deadline is October 20, 2021

Choir Director/Organist – St. Luke’s, Grants Pass

St Luke’s Episcopal Church is seeking an organist/choir director to work with our congregation in worship. The choir director/organist needs to be familiar with traditional hymns and service music, provide Sunday anthems for the choir, rehearse with the choir in preparation for Sunday and other services. Responsibilities include playing service music and hymns on Sundays along with the occasional anthem, rehearsing weekly with the choir for anthem study and hymn review, playing for memorials, and communicating with our pastor for hymn selection and special music choices.

Salary:  $800.00 per month gross (Negotiable)

Please contact Reverend Ernestein Flemister at if you are interested in applying.

Childcare Staff, Trinity Cathedral

Trinity Cathedral is looking for a very reliable individual with child care experience for our nursery. We are a close knit community, with lots of welcoming parishioners and families. We would like to add some nursery workers to our staff.

You will be working with children ages 6 weeks to 5 years old. Children in the nursery are offered free play while families attend services and classes at church.

You will supervise, engage in play, and read stories to the kids.

The shifts we are looking to fill are:

  • Sunday morning 8:30 AM-11:45 AM
  • Sunday afternoon: 4:15 PM-6:15 PM (the first Sunday each month we start at 3:30 PM)
  • Wednesday evening: 6:30 PM-8:30 PM

We need one or two individuals for each shift. Starting pay is $16.00 an hour. Please include your resume and three references when you respond to this post.

Contact Charissa Simmons: