Welcome! We are currently seeking our next clergy leader, who will be a Priest in Charge with the possibility of becoming a Rector after three years.
We hope that our Priest-in-Charge will join us living in an active, interesting New England town with great schools, a world-class library, and a beautiful Green across the street. We love our town—the history, the people, the spirit of civic engagement.
Our church building is nearly 200 years old, and the parish itself predates the Revolutionary War. Many of us are newcomers, but we are at home here now. We are looking for someone with a vision to help us grow in numbers and in faith.
We want to serve our community, both within the parish and beyond. Even as we anticipate new leadership, we haven’t been idle, waiting for help to arrive. Currently we are working on improving the rectory and church buildings. We support active ministries, a growing Sunday School, and innovative programs.
We are intelligent, motivated, strong people who question and challenge our leaders and one another, but once committed to a task or a vision, we work hard to make it happen. We have learned what we are capable of during the past year without a rector. But we are eager to do even more with one.
Please explore our website to learn more about us, and check out our OTM profile as well. We're excited about what God might have in mind for us and we hope you will be to!
If you believe God might be calling you to discern with us, please send a Letter of Interest, a current resume or CV, and a current OTM profile to ECCT's Diocesan Transition Minister, Ms. Amber Page Gehr, at firstname.lastname@example.org or submit an application on the CT Episcopal Church "Open Positions" page.
The Episcopal Church in Connecticut follows a transition model called Transition is the New Normal (TINN). Information about this model can be found here.
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