|Date Posted||November 21, 2022|
North Carolina (Catherine Massey)
|Diocesan Compensation Info||https://www.episdionc.org/minimum-salary-guidelines/|
|Is there a rectory?||No|
|Communicants in Good Standing||80|
|Average Sunday Attendance||51|
|Child Population in Church School||0|
|Adult Population in Church School||0|
|Teacher Population in Church School||0|
Liturgical style and practice
see parish website.
Who Are We? “St. Bartholomew’s - The Little Church that Could!”
St. Bart’s is a church with a 200-year history that we are building upon and that propels us forward. We are located in a rapidly growing area adjacent to the “Triangle” and we actively seek opportunities to serve our community. We have a strong reputation as a “feeding” community; we have served a Community Lunch every Thursday for 14 years, currently feeding an average of 150+ people each week. Since the pandemic prevented our serving indoor sit-down meals, Community Lunch is now a drive through service, and allows us to serve even more people. In August of 2021, we initiated a new ecumenical initiative as the leading partner in the Chatham Chuckwagon, a collaboration between local churches and commercial enterprises. The Chuckwagon prepares and cooks food, bags and freezes it, and distributes it on a weekly drive by basis. The Chuckwagon distributes an average of 240 meals per week. Last year the number of meals served by the two ministries combined was 19,918; the total for 2022 is anticipated to be between twenty-five and twenty-eight thousand!
Rapid growth means a need for gifts of planning administration and collaboration.
Interested applicants should submit the following materials to Canon Catherine Massey (firstname.lastname@example.org) in order to be considered:
- A cover letter (letter of interest) addressed to theVestry, Mrs. Jeanne DeWard, Sr. Warden
- Current resume
- OTM Portfolio
- Deployment questionnaire for clergy positions (Download and save the form to your computer before filling it out.)