Associate Rector for Formation – Episcopal News Service

All Saints’, Atlanta, is seeking to call a talented and resourceful priest to be associate rector for training. This position will oversee all All Saints’ Training Ministries for adults, youth and children, leading a team of three who lead Children’s Ministries, Youth Ministries and Children’s and Youth Choirs respectively. They will also work alongside lay leaders in all aspects of formation work. We believe that our training should be gospel-based and world-oriented. We see the formation of all ages as the work of the people, drawing on our talents and passions, and asking the whole church community to nurture the faith of all, young and old. We are looking for a leader who will honor this vision and have the confidence to help us continue to innovate and become the beloved community that God calls us to be.

All Saints’ is a large, urban church in the heart of Midtown Atlanta, committed to being an inclusive and diverse community. The Associate Rector for Formation would join a talented and committed team of colleagues and parishioners. As senior staff, they would report directly to the Rector. Candidates must be comfortable working within a large team. Preference will be given to candidates who can demonstrate: a love for God, learning and collaboration; exceptional verbal and written communication skills; an aptitude for building relationships and programs; comfort with healthy conflict; and a tenacity to get the best out of others. On All Saints Day, clergy are encouraged to invite the ministry of others and to work in a pattern that seeks to honor the ministry of all the baptized. In all things, we commit our ministry as a church to God’s grace and love, trusting that the future of the church belongs to God. All Saints’ offers competitive compensation and welcomes applications from candidates of all backgrounds and identities.

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