St. Augustine, OKC Seeks a Member Engagement Coordinator

August 23, 2018

St. Augustine of Canterbury Episcopal Church, Oklahoma City is accepting resumes for a Member Engagement Coordinator.

This person will be responsible for welcoming and connecting guests, new members and current members into the life of the parish through opportunities for friend-making, formation, service, and worship.

This full-time position requires flexibility in hours, including weekends and evenings, with the work schedule varying at times on the year. Salary is based on an average of forty [40] hours per week, however, actual hours worked may vary based on time needed to fulfill responsibilities of the position.

The successful candidate must be spiritually centered with a solid understanding of the Christian faith and The Episcopal Church; dependable and personable; able to motivate others with a sense of creativity, flexibility and good humor; and possess excellent organizational and communications skills.

Interested parties should email their resume and cover letter to Fr. Tony Moon at [email protected].

Grace Church Hiring New Youth Minister

August 16, 2018

Grace Church is seeking a part-time youth minister to help in the formation and growth of our youth and our program. Paired with this job is an additional responsibility of coordinating our Sunday Ministry Teams, which is only a few hours a week (but will assist youth minister in getting to know the congregation and finding ways for youth to serve and be included in the life of the church).

The position is part-time - 15 hrs. a week. Preference is given to adults 25 years old and up.

Click here to download the full job description and application instructions.

Contact Fr. Tim Baer for details: [email protected]; (405) 354-7277

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St. Crispin’s Seeking Director of Food Services

August 16, 2018

St. Crispin’s Camp and Conference Center, located approximately one hour from Oklahoma City, is a 450-acre, 300+ bed facility surrounded by beautiful Oak & Hickory forest in central Oklahoma.

We are currently seeking an individual who has the ability to create a wide range of well-presented meals for all age groups from basic to gourmet.

Candidate must be knowledgeable in “scratch” cooking and possess exceptional organizational, administrative, and supervisory skills. As a member of the full-time management team, candidates must work in collaboration with other staff members, and work well with guests and campers. Previous camp and retreat center culinary experience preferred.

This is a full-time, year-round position. Benefits include a competitive salary, health insurance, pension, paid vacation and sick, holiday time off, small 2 bedroom duplex, and continuing education/conference opportunities.       

St. Crispin’s is operated by the Episcopal Diocese of Oklahoma. Please send resume to: [email protected]. Applications will be received through September 30, 2018.

An Announcement from Bishop Ed - the Rev. Stephen L. McKee

July 27, 2018

My Sisters and Brothers in Christ:
I write to share with you the news of a transition at Trinity Church in Tulsa. The Rev. Stephen L. McKee has announced that he will be retiring at the end of this year. Steve has served at Trinity, Tulsa for 17 years.
I ask you to please keep Steve, his family, and Trinity Church in Tulsa in your prayers during this time of transition.
+Bishop Ed

Presiding Bishop's Letter Regarding Upcoming Surgery; Prayers Welcomed

July 25, 2018

The following letter came from Presiding Bishop Michael Curry today regarding his upcoming surgery. Bishop Ed asks all Oklahoma Episcopalians to keep our beloved Presiding Bishop in prayer during this time.


Dear Friends in Christ,
A few months ago, through my annual physical, I was diagnosed with prostate cancer. After a variety of tests, consultations, and conversations with my wife and daughters, I decided on a surgical treatment course. On this coming Tuesday, July 31st, I will have surgery to remove the prostate gland. 
I am happy to say that the prognosis looks very good and quite positive. I have spoken with several others who have gone through this, and who have offered both encouragement and helpful advice. I will be in the hospital for at least a day, then at home to recuperate. 
I've been told that 4-6 weeks is a reasonable time to anticipate. I plan to resume my duties in early September and I do not anticipate any significant changes in my commitments. 
I am very blessed with a wonderful family, a first-rate medical team, a great staff, dear colleagues and friends, a calling to which I have given my life, and above all a good, great and loving God in whose hands we always remain. So, do say a prayer. And know that I look forward to being back at my post in September.
God bless you, and keep the faith,
The Most Rev. Michael B. Curry
Presiding Bishop and Primate
The Episcopal Church
Further information will be released by the Presiding Bishop's office as it becomes available.