Job Postings

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Comunidad Presbiteriana La Trinidad (The Presbyterian Community of the Trinity) - Interim Pastor

A new way, new hope in service and community

About Comunidad Presbiteriana La Trinidad (CPT):
Comunidad Presbiteriana La Trinidad (The Presbyterian Community of the Trinity) is a New Worshipping Community of the PC (USA) tradition formed by the six Presbyterian USA churches in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, known as the Bay Area Disciples. The Hispanic population in Anne Arundel County is among the fastest growing, the poorest, and the most underserved in terms of social services of all groups in Anne Arundel County. The 2015 Poverty Among Plenty Report, published by the Anne Arundel County Foundation, cited this rapid growth and expressed a strong need for accessible medical services. Transportation was also identified as a significant need. The Report on the Hispanic Population of Anne Arundel County by Reverend Migde Lucas, a Guatemalan Presbyterian Pastor, and Marcia Towers, former PCUSA mission co-worker, demonstrated a strong need for a Presbyterian Hispanic Ministry in Anne Arundel County. CPT, formed in 2016, is the only mission for the Hispanic community in the reformed tradition in the area.

We are a church founded in Jesus Christ, that is based in the community as a center of action. We proclaim the Gospel, to bring the Good News to those who need it most, building the Kingdom of God through our missionary and spiritual (diaconal) work. We are instruments of God to transform, in an integral way, the life of the sons and daughters of God, respecting people regardless of their social, political, economic, sex or cultural conditions.

To be the community of faith where Hispanic families in Anne Arundel County can encounter God; to be a space where they can receive comprehensive pastoral and social care, with attention to their spiritual and material lives that promote their development and participation within the community. All this through the proclamation of the Gospel, prayer, and the development of social programs available to the families.

Interim Pastor Responsibilities:
• Plan, organize and lead weekly worship services at First Presbyterian Church in Annapolis on Sundays at 9:30 am.
• Organize and lead Friday Night Bible Studies, held at either the Elliot’s home or at the Farm depending on the season at 6 pm.
• Maintain connections and visit members in their homes and other locations within the community
• Accompany and/or arrange transportation for families in the community as needed
• Be in relation, and maintain relations with various organizations, including the county, the city, Center of Help, Annapolis Immigration Justice Network, the police, the Department of Health, Esperanza Center, CASA Maryland, and an organization of Guatemalans in Hyattsville
• Oversee the 2019 Garden Project, working with the congregational leader in recruiting families, organizing needed supplies and seeds, working with other organizations for volunteer labor, collecting participation fees, and selling overflow produce and chickens.
• Organize events on the farm, for example the Festival of Maiz and the Annual Celebration
• Lead monthly CPT organizational committee meeting and provide a written report (monthly) summarizing activities from the previous month
• Meet with Bay Area Disciples group quarterly when it convenes
• Work with the members of CPT to discern its future path and terms of calls for a full-term pastor

Position Requirements:
• Bi-lingual: Must have ability to communicate in Spanish and English, primarily in Spanish for all bible studies, services etc.; communicate and manage different cultural and faith expressions; as well as knowledge of the history, cultural and contexts of Latin American countries
• Must have own transportation
• Must be able to use WhatsApp and telephone calls to communicate and convene members of Comunidad and committee; occasional posts to Facebook

• This is a part time/20 hour per week position
• Annual salary of $28,000
• Pension and SECA provided per Presbytery guidelines
• Expense allowance for this position is to be determined
• Contract for 6 months, reviewed after 6 months

Please send your resume and cover letter to Jackie Taylor, the General Presbyter at Baltimore Presbytery, 410.433.2012 ext.107. Questions about the groups history, where it stands today, etc. can be addressed to Laura Perry, 410-507-7129,


Wesley Theological Seminary - Director of the Luce Center for the Arts and Religion

Director, Henry Luce III Center for the Arts and Religion

Wesley Theological Seminary seeks a Director for its distinguished Henry Luce III Center for the Arts and Religion. The Center seeks to promote, understand, and expand the interface between the artistic and the religious imagination. Its programs include course work in the visual and performing arts, integration of the arts into the Seminary’s overall curriculum, the Dadian Gallery, an artists-in-residence program, an art studio, special events for the community, and outreach to promote the arts in the ministries of constituent churches. The Director will be a practicing artist, have administrative oversight over programs, as well as teaching and scholarship responsibilities.

The Director will:

Work with the seminary administration in strategic planning, fundraising and grant-writing to support the arts program
Manage and supervise the staff for the Center for Arts & Religion
Administer the programs of the Center including the Dadian Gallery, the studio and the artists-in-residence program
Develop and manage the Center’s budget
Be a member of the faculty with responsibilities such as teaching, serving on committees and student advising
Publish scholarly works on the arts and religion and/or produce artistic works that display the intersection of art and faith
Use the arts to enrich and deepen the Seminary’s worship and community life
Qualifications include:

Advanced degrees in both artistic and theological disciplines, PhD desirable
Expertise in the practice of an artistic discipline
Demonstrate knowledge and scholarship in the area of theology and the arts
Significant teaching and administrative skills
Fundraising and development experience
Demonstrative qualities of collegiality, creativity, strong interpersonal skills, and an ability to communicate
Show commitment to the contribution of the arts to the life of faith, the ministries of the church, and the development of effective church leaders
Work effectively in diverse communities (race/ethnicity, culture, gender, sexual orientation, age, theological perspectives)
This is an administrative faculty position with faculty status. Rank open and determined by qualifications and experience. EEO/AA. Review of applicants will begin on February 15, 2019 and will continue until the position is filled. Position begins July 1, 2019. A completed dossier will consist of all graduate transcripts, three reference letters, a complete vita, and a cover letter stating interest and qualifications. Candidates can send materials to Dean Phil Wingeier-Rayo at or 4500 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20016.

Wesley Theological Seminary is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, status as a protected veteran, or status as a qualified individual with a disability. 

Wesley Theological Seminary values diversity and inclusion. We value diversity within our students, faculty and staff, and strive to recruit, develop, and retain the most talented people. 

An offer of employment is contingent upon the establishment of identity and verification of employment eligibility as required by the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, as well as a background check and supporting references.

Name: Philip Wingeier-Rayo
Phone: (202) 885-8667
Website Address:

Listing Expires: Mar 1, 2019

Emory University - Executive Director, Aquinas Center

Reporting to the Board of Directors of the Aquinas Center and as a liaison to the Candler School of Theology, serves as the management leader of the Aquinas Center.

Primary responsibilities include overseeing and executing the administration, programs and strategic plan of the organization.
Other key duties include fundraising, marketing and community outreach.
Works with the Board of Directors to fulfill the organization’s mission.
Has responsibility for leading the Aquinas Center in a manner that supports and guides the organization’s mission as defined by the Board of Directors.
Is responsible for communicating effectively with the Board and providing, in a timely and accurate manner, all information necessary for the Board to function properly and to make informed decisions.
Develops resources sufficient to ensure the financial health of the organization.
Has responsibility for the fiscal integrity of the Aquinas Center to include submission to the Board of a proposed annual budget and regular financial statements which accurately reflect the financial condition of the organization.
Is responsible for fiscal management that generally anticipates operating within the approved budget, ensures maximum resource utilization and maintenance of the organization in a positive financial position.
Is responsible for fundraising and developing other resources necessary to support the Aquinas Center’s mission.
Works with board and staff to ensure that the mission is fulfilled through programs, strategic planning and community outreach.
Is responsible for implementation of the Aquinas Center’s programs that carry out the organization’s mission which includes responsibility for strategic planning to ensure that the Aquinas Center can successfully fulfill its mission into the future.
Also has responsibility for the enhancement and marketing of the Aquinas Center’s image by being active and visible in the community and by working closely with other professional, civic and private organizations.
Oversees and implements appropriate resources to ensure that the operations of the organization are appropriate which includes responsibility for the effective administration of the Aquinas Center’s operations; hiring and retention of competent, qualified staff; signing all notes, agreements, and other instruments made and entered into and on behalf of the organization; and building relationships within Emory University to develop academic relationships and constituents.
Performs related responsibilities as required.

Preferred qualifications include:

Knowledge of and engagement with the Catholic intellectual traditions; demonstrated success in fundraising and building donor relationships in the non-profit sector; marketing/publicity and event/program management; budgetary preparation, analysis and decision-making experience; experience building diverse community collaborations which may include interfaith organizations, the Archdiocese of Atlanta, Emory University and the Catholic community of Atlanta; and excellent verbal and written communication skills.



Bachelor’s degree and 10 years of related administrative experience which includes five years of leadership experience. Master’s degree preferred.

Please apply by January 31, 2019. for more information, visit the link below;



Alice Cameron
(404) 727-8860


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