The Church of the Epiphany, New York City
|Date Posted||August 6, 2019|
New York (Nora Smith)
|Compensation||Negotiable based on experience and Diocesan Guidelines|
|Communicants in Good Standing||208|
|Average Sunday Attendance||118|
|Child Population in Church School||15|
|Adult Population in Church School||15|
|Teacher Population in Church School||1 plus Nursery staff person.|
Epiphany claims to be a parish where faith is on the move, and it is literally true. For the 6th time in its long history Epiphany is moving to a new facility in May 2012. This commitment to be responsive to the leading of the Holy Spirit extends to all aspects of parish life - from the Church of the Epiphany Day School, to international partnerships, to local mission and ministry the parish takes seriously its mandate to be a light in the world. A full explanation of the parish’s ministries can be found on the parish website: Epiphanynyc.org.
With unprecedented blessings come significant opportunities for Epiphany to reframe its life, mission, and ministry both parochially and internationally. The next 3 years are a time of intense change as the parish and day school move into a fully renovated and significantly larger facility and calls a permanent Rector. Epiphany is actively “scaling up” on all levels; mission, ministry, parish life, building, investments, and staff. Finding the right Associate Rector to partner with the Interim Rector during this time of wide-ranging change is critical to that objective.
Liturgical style & practice
The liturgy is generally low-broad supported by a 18-20 voice choir (4 paid section leaders). Three services on Sunday (8:30 Rite I, 10:30 and 5:30 Rite II) Evensong is presented 4-6 times a year. An additional service will be added beginning this fall on Wednesday at 5:00 pm. The liturgy is solidly based on the Book of Common Prayer and is Eucharistically centered.
Download Position Description from Diocese of New York's website
Receiving Names Until
September 20, 2019
To apply email cover letter, resume, and supporting materials, to the Reverend Roy A. Cole: Cole@Epiphanynyc.org.