Epiphany Parish “is a place set apart—a spiritual oasis of Christian hospitality, dedicated to supporting all people wherever they are on their spiritual journey. Our primary hope for you is rest for your soul. You are magnificent, and the Epiphany holy ground is a place for you to rest, revive, and know the love of God. Wherever you are in your spiritual journey, you have a place at Epiphany.” —The Reverend Doyt L. Conn, Jr.
We are a place of gathering, conversation, being, and belonging. Ours is simply to listen and encourage the relationships that happen along the way—relationships between individuals and their innate gifts, among people, and between people and God. Jesus is at the center of this conversation. He is our primary teacher. The understanding of Jesus is widely interpreted at Epiphany, and this adds to the richness of conversation that happens on this holy ground. Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, you have a place at Epiphany. Epiphany Parish of Seattle, a thriving parish in a thriving city, is seeking a senior associate. Key areas of focus include staff care, oversight and management; organization and stewardship of small groups; management of Christian formation; and newcomer hospitality and incorporation. For a sense of the parish please visit www.epiphanyseattle.org, or contact Charissa Bradstreet at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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During this time of clergy vacancy, a priest-in-charge will be assigned to the church.
In this phase, the congregation will create a profile of their church and its needs and wants.
The Congregational OTM Profile can be found on the Office of Transition Ministry site, https://www.otmportfolio.org. After logging into this site and reading the church profile, if you wish to apply for the position, send a copy of your OTM profile along with a resume and cover letter to the Canon to the Ordinary.
In this phase, we will be receiving names of potential candidates.
NOTE: We do a thorough red flag check on all applicants.
In this phase of the process, the Canon to the Ordinary will submit names to the congregation from all of the applicants for consideration.
At this point in the process, names received by the congregation will be further vetted for potential interviewing.
During this phase, the search committee will interview the candidates selected from the previous phase.
The final phase is the selection and call of the final candidate.