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Diocesan Transition Ministries assist parishes during a period of congregational change, such as the time following the departure of the Rector, Priest-in-Charge, or Assistant and clergy as they are seeking a new call.
Transition Stages include:
- Separation & Planning – Clergy in process of leave-taking; congregation developing interim ministry plan.
- Self Study – Congregation preparing to call Interim or Priest-in-Charge; Search Committee formation; Parish profile and ministry portfolio being developed.
- Receiving Names & Discernment – Diocese receiving applicants materials; Search Committee discerning best candidates for congregation's ministry.
- Discernment & Call to New Ministry – Final Interviews, Discernment, & Call.
For Positions in the Diocese of Indianapolis
To learn more about positions open in the Diocese of Indianapolis, to request a list of clergy/diocesan expectations, a sample Letter of Agreement, or if your clergyperson is retiring or moving to a new position contact Canon Debra Kissinger at or 800-669-5786.
HOW TO APPLY
If you discern a possible call to one of our parishes, please EMAIL the documents listed below to:
Subject line: Position, Church, Your Last Name (ie. Rector, St. George, Indianapolis, Jones)
MATERIALS TO SUBMIT
- A Cover Letter indicating your interest and suitability for the position
- Your updated personal OTM Portfolio with ALL essay questions answered
- Your current resume
- Contact information for references, along with a description of your relationship with each reference. You will be notified before references are contacted.
All applications must be received by the deadlines stated on this website.
BEAN BLOSSOM, ST. DAVID'S- Discerning Future
BEDFORD, ST. JOHN'S - Separation & Planning
INDIANAPOLIS, ST. ALBAN'S- Separation & Planning
INDIANAPOLIS, ST. PAUL'S
Interim Rector - Start 7/1/14
NEW HARMONY, ST. STEPHEN'S - Discerning Future
ROCKPORT, PEACE - Receiving Names
1/2 time Vicar/Church Builder
TERRE HAUTE, ST. STEPHEN'S - Receiving Names
Rector: application deadline January 19, 2014
VINCENNES, ST. JAMES - Discerning Future