To learn more about clergy transitions in the Diocese of Indianapolis, visit our transition ministry page.
Congregational Open Positions
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Richmond – Full-Time Rector.
Although modest in size, the membership of St. Paul’s is committed, inclusive and includes a range of ages, economic levels and talents. We are open and affirming of all people regardless of race, color, class or gender expression. Average Sunday attendance is 27. The spiritual life of the church is enriched by our members’ commitment to worship and participation in community organizations. View the parish profile and OTM profile here.
To enter discernment with St. Paul’s, please submit a cover letter explaining your interest in St. Paul’s, your current OTM profile, and resume by August 30th, to:
Episcopal Diocese of Indianapolis
Lay Open Positions
Christ Church Cathedral, Indianapolis, IN – Chief Operating Officer (COO)
Christ Church Cathedral is searching for a temporary full-time Chief Operating Officer (COO). This position will start as a temporary position and could result in being a long-term hire within the next year to eighteen months. The COO is responsible for the financial, administrative, and property operations which support the ministries of prayer, service, learning, and caring which are necessary to the mission of the Church. As part of the management team, the COO works in close coordination with the Senior Pastor and leadership to ensure clear and consistent direction of staff effecting a well-functioning staff community. The job is high paced and diverse in its daily activities. View the full job posting here.
Interested candidates may submit a cover letter to include salary requirements and resume to email@example.com.
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 clergy person is retiring or moving to a new position contact Jennifer Phelps.
All applications must be received by the deadlines stated on this website to be considered.
The Diocese of Indianapolis expects that all parties in the search process will respect confidentiality. Congregations are not to make public the names of those being considered. Applicants and Candidates for positions are not to make public the church where they are applying or interviewing. This includes, but is not limited to, social media.