St. John’s, New City

at Priest in Charge
Location New City
Date Posted March 11, 2024
Category New York (Nora Smith)
Job Type 3/4 Time
Setting Suburban
Compensation according to diocesan guidelines
Diocesan Compensation Info https://dioceseny.org/administration/for-clergy/clergy-finance/minimum-compensation-guidelines-for-priests/
Health Benefits Negotiable
Housing Supplied Housing
Is there a rectory? Yes
If there IS a rectory, is it optional or required that cleric live there? Required
If there IS a rectory, is the compensation figure above inclusive of fair market value of rectory? No
If there IS a rectory, how many bedrooms and bathrooms? 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
Equity Allowance Yes
Average Sunday Attendance 55
Child Population in Church School 0
Budget $214,575.00

Description

Additional comments re: compensation, benefits and housing.

This position could possibly be full time compensation depending upon the benefits requirements.

Liturgical style and practice

Prayer Book, Rite II, well-done hybrid service continues. technology in this church is excellent for its size.

Strengths

Diversity of congregation and leadership, eager to grow and collaborate with a new priest. Outreach is a feeding program for which they collect food, but they are open to more.

Asset is a recently renovated rectory on the property next to a pond.

Challenges

They are not ready to have a priest who identifies as LGBTQ. Though this point of view is not held by the majority of the congregation, they are probably some years away from being fully open and affirming.

 

 

Comments

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Contact Information

Contact the Interim Canon for Transition Ministry, Canon Denise LaVetty, at dlavetty@dioceseny.org for more information