Join students, scholars, and pastoral leaders from around the world at Episcopal Divinity School in Cambridge, Massachusetts, as they rethink the practice of ministry in a global society. Find out more.
Challenging the Church: An International Conference on Postcolonial Ministry, Episcopal Divinity School - Cambridge, MA
The Enneagram Conference, led by Dr. Joe Howell, returns for another enlightening experience revealing to the children of God this ancient process of raising consciousness. The three-day conference will focus on explicating the wisdom of this spiritual system to those who want to develop their awareness of the graced complexity of human nature and relationships.
As Christians, we care deeply about social justice and know that the church can create change. But on a practical level, how do we take on the pervasive, overwhelming issue of economic inequality? This year’s Trinity Institute (TI2015) speakers have real-world experience making change happen. They will provide you with hopeful, practical tools you can use in your community to make a positive economic impact.
Today’s leaders of faith-based institutions are expected to not only spiritually inspire and engage their congregations – they are also expected to effectively manage complex organizations and skillfully lead teams of staff and volunteers. In this cutting-edge, nondenominational residential program, faith leaders will have the rare opportunity to both learn the leadership and management skills they need and apply the lessons learned directly to the challenges they face in the faith-based organizations they serve.
Experience art from the inside out. Bay Area artists who will facilitate outings to performances, exhibits, urban artscape, and more with attention to the intersections of arts, spirit and social change. Find out more about Be Art Now.
Weeklong summer hands-on service and learning programs for youth groups. Explore a variety of neighborhoods in a diverse urban environment while staying downtown at the historic Fourth Presbyterian Church. Register by March 15.
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Crossroads Church is Welcoming/Affirming, affiliated with Alliance of Baptists, Metropolitan Organization for Economic Equality (MORE2) and Association of Welcoming and Affirming Baptists. We are seeking an emotionally mature pastor, effective and thoughtful preacher who presents scripture in a way that inspires and equips us to serve God, effective encourager of work groups, and who will help manage the polarities of vocal and diverse congregation. If you feel called to us and our mission go to visit our website or mail cover letter and resume to Crossroads Church, 7917 Main, Kansas City MO 64114 or to email@example.com.
American Bible Society is hiring full-time writers as we grow our Content Marketing team and our Bible Engagement Resource team. If you (or someone you know) would enjoy writing blogs, curricula, web content, fundraising content, white papers, video scripts, Bible tips, and how-tos, and articles that address the theological tangles of our time, please contact Andrew Hood, Director of Communications: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Although American Bible Society is entering its third century of ministry, it is also entering a season of vibrant renewal and a refocusing of its mission. Great writing and great staff will play an integral role in its success in the coming years. Please email Andrew Hood with any questions!
CPWR is seeking a CEO who combines passion for the vision of an effective interfaith movement with the entrepreneurial instincts and managerial skills that are needed to build a strong, sustainable organization. For more details, see http://www.parliamentofreligions.org/CEOannouncement).
First Baptist Church, Palo Alto, California, a progressive, inclusive faith community seeks candidates for a full time ASSOCIATE PASTOR FOR FAITH FORMATION AND FAMILY LIFE with responsibilities for Community Outreach and Christian Faith Formation for children, youth and families. Inquiries, applications to Rick Mixon, Pastor, First Baptist Church, 305 North California Avenue, Palo Alto, CA 94301 or email@example.com.
Sojourners seeks an Executive Assistant with a heart for social justice and a vocational calling to provide excellent executive-level scheduling and events management support to Sojourners’ President, Jim Wallis. The Executive Assistant coordinates the schedule and activities of the President’s office and manages the President’s speaking events. View the full job description here.
Sojourners has an immediate opening for an experienced and well-rounded Associate Editor in its Washington, D.C. office. This member of our faith- and justice-oriented editorial team will have responsibility for editing and developing materials for Sojourners magazine, including soliciting articles, working with authors, copy editing, and proofreading, as well as other editorial duties. View the full job description here.
Looking for a chance to explore your vocational calling and expand your ideas of spirituality and community, all while serving the mission of Sojourners? Apply for our internship program! This yearlong internship combines full-time jobs in our nonprofit office with an opportunity to live in an intentional Christian community. The program is one of Christian discipleship, and is open to anyone 21 years or older who is single or married without dependents. For complete information on the program and application, visit sojo.net/about-us/internships. Apply by March 1, 2015!
Christ House is seeking a full time addictions counselor to work with inpatient clients in group counseling classes and one-on-one and in group sessions with men in our Kairos Program, a permanent supportive housing spiritually based recovery program. To be considered, candidates must be Level II CAC or MSW/LCSW or similar with experience working in addictions counseling. Personal experience with recovery is preferred.
Christ House is hiring a development assistant. This position will report to the Director of Development. Individual should have an exceptional eye for detail and good organizational skills. Bachelor's degree required and two year's work experience highly preferred. Candidates must have excellent written and verbal communication skills. Requires strong commitment to Christ House's mission and commitment to serving those who are homeless and sick.
Are you a transformational leader? Do you work collaboratively? Are you interested in a trailblazing approach to spirit-filled Conference ministry? If so, the Maine Conference United Church of Christ wants you as our Conference Minister to work with us in living into our bold, new, strategic plan to increase networking among our 160 churches, and foster lay and clergy engagement in fulfilling our response to God's call. Ordained UCC ministerial standing required. Contact Darrel Ludwig, UCC Profiles and Opportunities Administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org to have your up-to-date profile forwarded to Search Committee Chair, Rev. Diane Bennekamper no later than January 15, 2015.