Opportunities

-Part-time Outreach Coordinator/Chief of Staff Position

Church of the Heavenly Rest is seeking a passionate, detail-oriented person to fill in for their Outreach Coordinator/Chief of Staff while she is on maternity leave beginning in April.

As the Outreach Coordinator/Chief of Staff, you would help coordinate and oversee our Outreach ministries and work closely with the Rector on scheduling, event planning, and other administrative projects. The position could continue as Outreach Assistant after the maternity-leave period is over.

Contact Anne Marie Witchger for more information here.

-Director of Development Needed!

Seafarers International House (SIH) is  multi-faith, multinational “harbor of hospitality” that responds to the urgent needs of vulnerable seafarers and sojourners by providing
pastoral care, social assistance, temporary housing, advocacy, and prayer.

SIH is currently seeking a Director of Development to provide staff leadership and management of a comprehensive development program. She/he will lead and execute all development activities including Seafarer’s special fundraising events; institutional giving from congregations and other church-related entities, foundations and corporations; individual giving; and donor cultivation and stewardship.

To learn more and apply, click here.

– Graphic and Print Production Manager

The historic Parish of Calvary-St. George’s Church is currently in search of a Graphic and Print Production Manager, who is able to visually articulate the parish’s mission. The candidate will be working collaboratively with an energetic and creative team that works together for the purpose of continuing the legacy of one of the oldest churches in Manhattan. The Graphic and Print Production Manager will visually communicate the mission of Calvary-St. George’s through social media outlets, print, and online material.

Contact Please provide a portfolio; print and digital content applicable to the job requirements along with a resume and letter of intent to The Rector / Rev. Jacob Smith / jacob.smith@calstg.org Address

-Applications for Episcopal Peace Fellowship’s Young Adult 

Delegation for General Convention 2018 are due March 1st.

General Convention is the official decision-making body of the Episcopal Church. When it is in session it is the largest democratically elected governing body in the world. Episcopal Peace Fellowship’s Young Adult Delegation is about creating a space so that the voice of those under 30 can be heard. Join the EPF in Austin this July, and testify and advocate for justice, meet with Episcopalians from around the world and network with fellow peacemakers.

To learn more and apply, click here.

-Opportunities to volunteer with Episcopal Charities:

St. Michael’s Saturday Soup Kitchen: Saturday, February 3rd & Saturday, March 3rd, from 8 am – 11:30 am – Greet guests, serve a hot meal, and provide a welcoming atmosphere at this community kitchen for the homeless on the Upper West Side. Volunteers must be able to navigate a small set of stairs.

All Saints’ Community Meal: Every Saturday from 12 – 3 pm – help with food prep and in setting up the only free, hot meal served in Midtown on Saturdays.

Gardening at St. Ann’s in the Bronx – St. Ann’s is in need of volunteers to help out with their grounds, including a head gardener to oversee the various gardens at St. Ann’s, and groups to help clean up and plant in the Children’s Garden, used for St. Ann’s After School and Summer Programs. Volunteering times can be arranged individually.

Become a greeter at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine – The Cathedral of St. John the Divine’s Public Education & Visitor Services is in need of volunteer greeters. Provide a warm welcome and hospitality to all who enter the Cathedral!

To learn more about these (and other) volunteer opportunities, please contact Rachel Crosby at rcrosby@dioceseny.org, or visit the Episcopal Charities website.