Fresno Pacific University
Fresno, CA

Full-time position, with faculty rank; continuing status track; 11-month faculty appointment in the School of Humanities, Religion, and Social Sciences.

View complete job description, including role and requirements, at www.fresno.edu/careers.

The Church at Horseshoe Bay
Horseshoe Bay, TX

The Church at Horseshoe Bay, an interdenominational congregation, is seeking an experienced ordained Minister to serve as Pastor and to be an inspiration for thought and leadership within a growing community.  We are a vibrant congregation of 730, committed to mission, outreach, and community involvement.  Located in The City of Horseshoe Bay, a growing resort/retirement community in the Texas Hill Country; a 2016 Texas Scenic City award winner, on Lake LBJ, 45 minutes west of Austin. The person selected will work collegially with our Senior Pastor with job emphasis on preparing and delivering inspirational sermons, serving as liturgist/lector, teaching classes, pastoral care, evangelizing prospective new members, and participating in and support community activities.   For more information about the church, please see our web site: www.church-hsb.org. 

Candidates may apply via email or post to Fred Klingensmith –  fklingensmith@hotmail.com or P.O. Box 8471, Horseshoe Bay, TX 78657. 

Saint Mark Presbyterian Church, The Presbyterian Outlook, National Capital Presbytery
Saint Mark Presbyterian Church in Rockville, MD
February 10-11

This first event in a two part series has a goal to integrate Christian theology with practices that counter racism in our lives and communities. We will reflect on steps that are necessary to engage our communities in practices that dismantle the structures of racism. Dr. Willie Jennings is the featured speaker for February's event.

See the Theology, Racism and Christian Practice: How Shall We Respond? Facebook page and find out more and RSVP at these links: The Origin of Race: Willie Jennings & Day Two: The Origin of Race

Trinity Wallstreet
Trinity Church Wall Street
Register by February 22, 2017

Join Trinity Institute 2017: Water Justice, a global conference held in NYC and webcast worldwide. With sharp focus on the need for water justice initiatives in areas of access, droughts, pollution, rising tides, and flooding, Trinity Institute will offer actionable guidance for individuals, congregations, and the larger faith community surrounding these issues.

Trinity Institute equips clergy and laypeople for imaginative and catalytic leadership. It presents emerging and inclusive theological and social perspectives and engages participants in inquiry, dialogue, and reflection. 
Participants from all faith perspectives are welcomed to attend in person or via Partner Site. Register today at TI2017.org.    
New York City and webcast at Parter Sites worldwide

GATE
Next Program: Mexico City & Chiapas, March 7-17, 2017

New programs to Cuba! The dates are: November 7-17, and December 1-11, for 2017. See our website for more information and our full 2017 schedule!

Contact us at 608-791-5283 or gate@fspa.org for more information. See www.GATE-Travel.org for our program offerings which include Peru, Guatemala, Mexico City/Chiapas, El Salvador and Cuba.

Join GATE (Global Awareness Through Experience) for our 2017 cultural immersion program to Cuba. Encounter people of courage, faith and hope. Learn of their dreams, challenges and rich culture. Deepen your own solidarity with our Southern neighbor. Please email us for more information about registering. 

Montreat Conference Center, Montreat, NC
March 8-10, 2017

The Progressive Youth Ministry Conference is the one-and-only gathering for liberal youth workers. Speakers this year include Lauren Winner, Joel Salatin, Debby Irving, Anthony Smith, and Denise Anderson. Plus music, workshops, friends, beer, and wine! Join us! 

Saint Mark Presbyterian Church, The Presbyterian Outlook, National Capital Presbytery
Saint Mark Presbyterian Church in Rockville, MD
March 30

 This second event in a two part series has a goal to integrate Christian theology with practices that counter racism in our lives and communities. We will reflect on steps that are necessary to engage our communities in practices that dismantle the structures of racism. Dr. James H. Cone is the featured speaker for March's event. 
Find out more from the Theology, Racism and Christian Practice: How Shall We Respond? Facebook page and RSVP here!

The Kenyon Institute
Gambier, OH
July 9-15, 2017

Beyond Walls (July 9 - July 15), a one-week writing intensive, helps you become a more authentic and skilled writer and reach your congregation and seekers and believers online. Learn to use the blog, op-ed, social media and more in small group sessions led by today’s most respected spiritual writers and journalists. Morning seminars are followed by afternoon solo writing time, master classes, and writing groups, plus a daily social media workshop. Our multi-faith mission welcomes clergy, spiritual directors, seminary students, and all who use writing in their spiritual work.

Registration and financial aid are available on a first-come, first served basis.

Christians for Biblical Equality
Orlando, FL
July 21-23, 2017

On July 21-23, 2017, Christians from around the world will gather in Orlando, Florida, for CBE's 2017 conference, “Mutual by Design: Building God’s Church Together.”
“Mutual by Design” is based on 1 Corinthians 11:11-12: “However, woman is not separate from man, nor man separate from woman in the Lord. For as woman came from man, so also man is born of woman. But everything comes from God.” 
The conference will promote the biblical view of gender and Christian leadership—namely, that the Bible places no gender-based limits on Christian service.

Bon Secours Volunteer Ministry
Baltimore, MD and Richmond, VA
Application Deadline is March 1, 2017

Live Compassionately. Offer Healing. Share in Liberation.
Bon Secours Volunteer Ministry provides young adults with the opportunity to live the charism of the Congregation of the Sisters of Bon Secours. We offer volunteers the unique opportunity to serve within Bon Secours Hospitals and affiliated organizations, as well as other local organizations, while working within the fields of healthcare, social service, and education. Volunteers commit to the five pillars of our program: developing an intentional community, living simply, growing spiritually, and practicing God's justice.
Service Dates: August 2017 - July 2018

Learn more and apply at: www.bonsecoursvolunteerministry.org

Sojourners
Washington, D.C.
Applications due March, 1 2017

Sojourners is seeking interns to fill nonprofit management and program positions. Interns will work and learn alongside our professional staff as we fulfill our mission to articulate the biblical call to social justice. The internship program combines full-time, entry-level jobs in our Washington, D.C. office with an opportunity to live in a shared community house for a year. The internship is a time for personal, spiritual, and professional growth open to anyone 21 years or older. We are now accepting applications for our 2017-2018 cohort, start date: August 2017.

Interested persons can view more information and apply at http://www.sojo.net/interns.

Good Works, Inc.
Athens, Ohio
Application deadline is March 3, 2017

Good Works, Inc., a Christian Community in Athens, Ohio is seeking applicants for our Hallowed Ground Agricultural Internship March 30 to November 15, 2017. Interns live in a community house on our 35-acre property, work along side Good Works staff and volunteers as we serve the people of
Appalachian Ohio. Interns will be encouraged to grow in their faith and to develop a theology of agriculture.

This internship requires an eight-month commitment. The deadline for applications is March 3, 2017. Approved interns are provided with housing, food and a monthly stipend. To request an application, contact Doug Schmaltz at 740.594.3339 or goodworks@good-works.net.

25 Locations Across the USA
Applications due March 15, 2017

If you are a young adult who is interested in a year of service with one of our ESC communities across the country, start your application today! The mission of Episcopal Service Corps is to develop and support a national network of intentional communities in the Episcopal Church.
Our communities are marked by young adults:
• serving others in solidarity, promoting justice in community
• deepening spiritual awareness and vocational discernment
• living simply in intentional Christian community

Corps Members serve in non-profit organizations for 11-12 months. They receive a monthly stipend, housing, and participate in regular faith formation with their house members.
 

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