St. Andrew's Episcopal Church
|Date Posted||July 31, 2019|
North Carolina (Catherine Massey)
|Health Benefits||Full Family|
|Communicants in Good Standing||344|
|Average Sunday Attendance||143|
|Child Population in Church School||30|
|Adult Population in Church School||24|
|Teacher Population in Church School||13|
If you are looking for a church home in Greensboro where you can explore your faith within a loving community of Christian fellowship, then we invite you to come to a service at St. Andrew’s. We are a warm, growing church conveniently located close to downtown Greensboro. We would love to have you attend services with us and become a part of a ministry where you can develop a deeper relationship with God in a fellowship of unconditional acceptance.
No matter where you are in your life or on your spiritual journey, you are welcome at St. Andrews. At St. Andrew’s we like to be clear about what we mean: everyone is welcome here.
You are welcome at St. Andrew’s whether you are young or old, whether you are married, single, widowed or divorced. You are welcome whether you are black or white, rich or poor, in transition or in recovery, putting down roots or trying to weather a storm. You are welcome whether you’ve attended church your entire life or have never been to church before.
We are a community of believers who invite, welcome, and celebrate all LGBTQ individuals and families. We are a community that is willing to engage the healing work of racial reconciliation. We are a community where Christians who are progressive, conservative and everywhere in between gather in fellowship as the Body of Christ.
The future leader of St. Andrew’s must be engaging and compassionate with a personal investment in our church's vibrant family. This leader should prioritize open and clear communication and be as willing to listen as to speak. Pastoral care has always been a major focus for our parish, and strong skills in reaching and supporting every member of the church are vital. St. Andrew’s is a church with a never-ending fountain of volunteers, and a leader should encourage the congregation to appreciate and recognize every volunteer and their gifts. Any leader should also be invested in their own self-care, knowing that they cannot pour from an empty cup; an ability to delegate and take time to replenish themselves is of utmost importance. Finally, they must be a lifelong student, willing to learn and grow through studying Scripture, current events, trends in youth and adult education, and any other subjects that will enrich both their own life and the lives of their parishioners.
Parish website: https://standrewsgso.org/
Interested applicants should submit the following materials in order to be considered:
- A cover letter (letter of interest) addressed to the Search Committee
- Current resume/CV
- OTM Portfolio for clergy positions
- Deployment questionnaire for clergy positions (Download and save the form to your computer before filling it out.)
Please do not send deployment materials directly to congregations.
Please submit all materials to Canon Catherine Massey: firstname.lastname@example.org