Senior Pastor-McMinnville Oregon. Midsized, progressive, inclusive American Baptist Church in college community. Multigenerational congregation passionate about Matthew 25:34-40 local outreach, international missions. Seeking effective preacher, communicator, collaborator, supervisor, pastoral care. Contact JoAnn firstname.lastname@example.org or www.fbcmac.org/pastoralsearch
L’Arche Greater Washington DC seeks a full time Director of Healthcare to lead the Health Care Team and nurses who support individuals in homes in DC and Virginia. The ideal candidate has experience working with people who have intellectual disabilities and familiarity with D.C. and Virginia governmental structures serving such persons. In addition, he/she should have a passion for community-based care and be able to provide oversight consistent with the relationship values in L’Arche’s Charter, its Identity & Mission Statement, and its Principles of Governance.
CAC, a non-profit founded by Franciscan Richard Rohr, seeks an experienced leader to oversee all communications, events, and development of new products. The Director of Product will architect CAC’s brand transformation, manage a team of skilled staff members, and oversee the development of programs and products at the heart of our mission—teaching contemplative spirituality that inspires compassionate action. Bachelor’s degree; at least seven years of experience in brand management, multi-channel communications, and/or design; and at least three years managing others required.
Visit cac.org/job-Director-of-Product for information and to apply.
We are a diverse community of Christians committed to love God, love people, and work for justice in the city! We come alongside what God is doing in urban neighborhoods by partnering with churches, nonprofits, leaders, activists, and neighbors who are transforming their communities. Together, we are building a movement to bring hope and lasting change to the city, the church, and the world.
Want to join us? We want you! Now accepting applications for Philly, Houston, and Chicago!
Located in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the Center for Action and Contemplation (CAC) is the home of the Living School for Action and Contemplation. The CAC's administrative offices and Bookstore have served people internationally for over 25 years, supporting the world-renowned ecumenical ministry of Richard Rohr, OFM. The CAC is dedicated to facilitating a universal awakening by providing educational materials, events, and curriculum that bear witness to the Christian tradition of contemplative practice and compassionate action.
The CAC currently offers a rich array of self-paced, online courses. Courses include:
- The Franciscan Way: Beyond the Bird Bath
- Breathing Under Water: A Spiritual Study of the Twelve Steps
- Immortal Diamond: A Study in Search of the True Self.
Find out more about each of these courses at cac.org. Registration opens eight weeks prior to the beginning of each course, and closes two weeks prior to the first day of the course, or when it reaches capacity.
Register now for the RENEW 2015: Correctional Ministry Summit, May 28-30 at Wheaton College. RENEW 2015 will offer attendees opportunities to:
- Develop the skills needed for correctional ministry through forums, workshops, and plenary sessions led by experienced professionals
- Network with other Chaplains, professionals, and volunteers serving in corrections and beyond
- Worship and be encouraged and inspired together
To register and find out more information about the Renew 2015 Summit, visit cmcainternational.org.
Part of the growing global movement for nonviolent transformation, Movies and Meaning is a long weekend away in one of the most beautiful parts of the country, featuring films, workshops, very special guests, dancing, magic and YOU.
From May 28th-31st, 2015, we’ll gather in Albuquerque, NM, building a temporary community dedicated to experiencing how the ideas and images we project can make everything better or worse, for ourselves, our communities, and the planet. We’ll watch some of the most transcendent films ever made - old and new - on a magnificent silver screen with fantastic sound.
To register, and to find out more about the Movies and Meaning festival, visit moviesandmeaning.com/festival.
Refresh your spirit. Renew your mind and ministry. Expand your Christian community.
The Duke Summer Institute for Reconciliation (June 1-6 in Durham, NC) is grounded in a distinctively Christian vision and a framework that is richly practical, contextual, and theological. Rooted in Duke Divinity School’s conviction that reconciliation is at the heart of the gospel, the Summer Institute for Reconciliation draws on the strengths of a faculty of world-class scholars and practitioners.
Find more information and register at divinity.duke.edu/summer-institute.
San Francisco Theological Seminary, Summer Seminars, San Anselmo, CA.
Three sessions: June 8-19, June 22-July 3, and July 6-17.
As an incubator for the development of alternative understandings, new tools, and novel resources for ministry, these continuing education courses offer new ways to serve individuals and institutions.
Featured 2015 instructors include Rev. Dr. John Bell, Dr. Andrea C. White, Dr. Phyllis Tickle, and many other noted theologians, scholars, writers and leaders.
Develop new tools for your ministry in an ecumenical, collaborative setting. Register by May 1! $600 per Course for Continuing Education Students; housing and meal plans available.
BEYOND WALLS is a multi-faith writing intensive for clergy and others engaged in Christian and Jewish ministry and outreach. While many writing courses for clergy focus on spiritual inquiry, this course is about craft: encouraging participants to become more expressive, authentic and skilled writers, not just within their congregations, but also online, in op-eds, on blogs, in social media, and more. Participants produce new work daily in small-group seminars led by some of the most prolific and respected spiritual writers today, followed by afternoon solo writing time, group sessions, lectures and meditation. Apply now at www.kenyoninstitute.org; financial aid is available.
Habits of the Heart for Healthy Congregations is an annual Courage & Renewal retreat for clergy and faith leaders who seek renewed energy for ministry, courage to lead in the congregation, and practices for building community.
At this retreat you will learn new skills for fostering leadership – both within yourselves and among others – for the sake of revitalizing faith communities locally and globally.
Join like-minded peers from across all denominations and discover ways to renew your spirit and the spirit of your community of faith.
Register now for The Francis Factor: How Saint Francis and Pope Francis are changing the world. Both St. Francis and Pope Francis walk in the steps of Jesus, the ultimate radical, who changed people’s hearts during his lifetime and beyond through simple words and actions of love. Join speakers Ilia Delio, Shane Claiborne and Fr. Richard Rohr as they explore the cosmic and alternative Franciscan path. From their collective years of study and practice, these dynamic teachers share Franciscan wisdom that reveals the very “marrow of the Gospel.” Combined, our compassionate presence can be multiplied exponentially for the good of the world!
Discover more about this event at cac.org. Financial assistance may be available to those unable to pay the full conference fee.
10,000 people, 80 countries, and 50 faiths are convening to reclaim the heart of our humanity at the world's largest interfaith event!
The World's Largest Interfaith Event Is Coming Back To America.
Started in 1893, The Parliament of the World’s Religions is the oldest, largest and most inclusive gathering of people of all faith and traditions. Nobel Peace Laureates, Religious Leaders, Global Thinkers, and thousands of interfaith activists are committing together to address the most pressing issues of our time. The global interfaith movement is reclaiming the heart of our humanity, Are You In?
Register Now For The 2015 Parliament!