Director of Communications, Episcopal Diocese of Oregon

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Director of Communications, Episcopal Diocese of Oregon

The Episcopal Diocese of Oregon is looking for a well-rounded and tech-smart communicator who wants to serve the people of God and be on the cutting edge of communications and tech for this progressive diocese.

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Church of the Resurrection, Eugene Seeks Full-time Priest-in-Charge

The Church of the Resurrection, located in the South Hills of Eugene, Oregon, seeks a Priest-in-Charge who hopes to become our Rector. We desire a priest who wants to share both our joy in the love of God and our individual challenges as we journey along the Way of Christ.

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St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Oregon City Seeks Part-time Office Manager

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St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church Seeks Rector and Episcopal Campus Ministry Seeks Chaplain

St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church located in the northern area of Eugene, Oregon is looking for a three-quarter time rector and Episcopal Campus Ministries is looking for a one-quarter time chaplain.

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Grace Astoria Seeks Full-Time Rector

Grace Episcopal Church in Astoria, Oregon is seeking a full-time Rector. It sits at the mouth of the Columbia River in the northwest corner of Oregon.

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St. Alban’s, Tillamook Seeks Quarter-Time Vicar

Welcome to Coastal Living and a Community of Service! St. Alban’s Episcopal Church desires an Episcopal Priest and therefore expects to follow the Episcopal Diocese of Oregon salary range. This will require us to offer […]

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St. Catherine of Alexandria, Nehalem Seeks Half-Time Vicar

Seeking a loving leader who will come alongside a small but energetic congregation.

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St. Luke’s/San Lucas, Vancouver Seeks Part-time Music Director

Seeking a versatile, committed, energetic and enthusiastic musician.

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Episcopal Service Corps: This is the Year

Episcopal Service Corps programs are in more than 20 communities across the United States, several of which continue to accept applications for the 2018-2019 year.

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