The Episcopal Church in New Hampshire
Position available for Episcopal priest in need of three months’ quiet time for study, reflection while assisting full-time priest during rector’s sabbatical. Duties include assisting at Sunday services, celebrating midweek Eucharists, Sunday preaching once a month, light campus ministry duties, assisting congregation in pilgrimage project. Includes housing in two-bedroom apartment in communal setting, modest stipend, full access to Dartmouth College library and amenities. Position runs from the end of January through 26 April 2015 and includes Holy Week. Contact the Rev. Dr. Guy J. D. Collins, Guy.Collins@dartmouth.edu.
St. Andrew’s is seeking a full-time Rector. Applications are being accepted through December, 2014. Applicants must submit (electronically) the following to The Reverend Canon Hannah Anderson, firstname.lastname@example.org: a cover letter to the Search Committee of St. Andrew’s, a recent resume, updated OTM Profile and the NH Clergy Data Gatherer information. Read the Parish Profile: St._Andrew’s_Episcopal_Church_Profile(1)
We seek priests who are faithful to Jesus, adventurous, filled with joy, authentic, compassionate, adaptive, aware of global interconnectedness, and willing to lead people into new forms of ministry and collaboration!
Please access the parish profile and parish website for congregations seeking clergy by clicking on the appropriate links on this page.
All inquiries about clergy positions in the diocese should be sent by e-mail to the Canon to the Ordinary, The Rev. Canon Hannah Anderson, email@example.com.
Anyone wishing to be considered for an opening should send the following by e-mail:
- Ministry Portfolio from the Office for Transition Ministry
- The New Hampshire Clergy Gatherer. Please click here for downloadble, fillable PDF.
- A cover letter to the parish
Please note that the NH Clergy Gatherer can be filled out electronically, but it can only be sent to the diocese if it is saved on a computer and then e-mailed separately to Canon Anderson as an attachment.