St. Mark’s Episcopal Church

at Rector
Location Huntersville
Date Posted March 5, 2021
Category North Carolina (Catherine Massey)
Job Type Full Time
Setting Urban
Compensation $90,800
Health Benefits Negotiable
Housing None
Equity Allowance No
Communicants in Good Standing 338
Average Sunday Attendance 110
Child Population in Church School 35
Adult Population in Church School 50
Teacher Population in Church School 10
Budget $388,868
Anglo-Catholic no
Broad Church yes
Charismatic no
Contemporary no
Emergent no
Morning Prayer no
Non-Traditional no
Prayer Book yes
Renewal no
Rite I no
Rite II yes

Description

Strengths

We are a church on the move, in the midst of a pandemic!  Despite our Rector, Youth Director and Deacon all departing in 2020, we broke ground on and are completing construction on a $1.9million building that will house The Rafters at Historic St. Mark’s, a fellowship hall and wedding venue. This facility will allow us to once again gather all in one place, as it enriches several existing ministries, and becomes home to an exciting new ministry in our community outreach efforts, such as the Flyin’ Lion Ministry, which will begin its inaugural class on April 6, 2021, will fundamentally change the lives of women heads of household who don’t have the marketable skills necessary to support their families.

Challenges

We lost our Rector, Youth Director and Deacon all in the course of about 90 days.

Comments

Contact Information

Interested applicants should submit the following materials to Canon Catherine Massey in order to be considered:

  • A cover letter (letter of interest) addressed to the Search Committee
  • Current resume
  • OTM Portfolio
  • Deployment questionnaire for clergy positions (Download and save the form to your computer before filling it out.)