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Updated June 19, 2019

St. Andrew’s College
Pastoral Studies (10 month position)

St. Andrew's College invites applications for a full-time ten-month limited term teaching appointment in Pastoral Studies, commencing 1 August 2019. The successful candidate will have academic qualifications in Pastoral Studies or a related field (Ph.D. or Th.D. degree or equivalent completed or near completion), knowledge and competence in congregational worship leadership, knowledge and critical appreciation of worship practices and ethos of The United Church of Canada.

The successful candidate will be expected to teach introductory and advanced/elective courses in Christian public worship, Christian Education, and Preaching for a maximum of four courses per semester or their equivalent, as negotiated with the Divinity Faculty Council and Principal. These will normally be for the basic degree Master of Divinity and Master of Theological Studies programs but may also include courses for the advanced degree Master of Theology or Doctor of Ministry programs, and other specialized or distributed learning offerings.

Courses at St. Andrew’s College are taught in face-to-face, asynchronous online, and synchronous online formats, and the successful candidate must be willing to teach in all three formats. Along with sharing in other Faculty administrative duties and responsibilities in College community life, the successful candidate will assume primary responsibility for coordinating chapel worship.

Please send applications in the form of a letter of application, a full curriculum vitae and the names and complete contact information (including e-mail addresses and phone numbers) of three academic referees to Principal Richard Manley-Tannis ([email protected]).

The deadline for receipt of applications is June 28, 2019.

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority.

St. Andrew’s College is located on the campus of the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, as a theological college of The United Church of Canada, and a member of the Saskatoon Theological Union. The mission of St. Andrew’s College is to provide a justice-driven education for Christian leadership. St. Andrew’s has always been committed to contextual, cutting-edge theology, emphasizing the study of scripture, theology, history, ethics, education and pastoral care with careful attention to the significance of the gospel to the cultural, economic, and political realities of our time. St. Andrew’s is an Affirming Ministry of The United Church of Canada and welcomes people of all sexual orientations and gender identities.

Candidates may learn more about St. Andrew’s College by visiting our web site at
A detailed job description is available at:

Minister of Worship and The Arts

Riverside Church, New York City

Full position description and online application are here:

Director of Chapel Music
Duke University Chapel

The Director of Chapel Music provides artistic and administrative leadership for a dynamic and culturally diverse program comprising staff choral singers, instrumentalists, volunteer singers, students, and professional colleagues. This person works closely with the Dean of the Chapel and other Chapel staff to lead the Duke Chapel Choir in worship and to develop innovative musical offerings in this vibrant University community. The position will remain open until it is filled.

Read the full job description and apply through the Duke Human Resources website.

About Duke Chapel

Duke University Chapel is an active center of ecumenical Christian worship, a moderator of Religious Life at Duke, and an icon of the university. By playing these three roles on campus—and beyond—Duke Chapel embodies the university’s motto (Eruditio et Religio) while also contributing to the university’s stated aims (“Creating a rigorous scholarly community characterized by generous hospitality toward diverse religious and cultural traditions.…”).

Learn more about the Chapel's vision, mission, and values in its Strategic Plan.

About Music at Duke Chapel

Music at Duke University Chapel aims to create high quality musical experiences, while giving glory to God and stirring the hearts and minds of all those it reaches. Working in sacred music traditions, Duke Chapel Music comprises three choirs, seven staff members, two organ scholars, four organs, and a 50-bell carillon, in addition to partnerships with many professional musicians, student music groups, and guest choirs.

Learn more about Music at Duke Chapel and see this season's concert series.

Director of Chapel Music Search Committee Co-Chairs

Dr. Zoila Airall
Associate Vice President of Student Affairs for Campus Life, Duke University – Member of Duke Chapel Advisory Board

Dr. Walker Robinson
Pediatrician, Chapel Hill Pediatrics and Adolescents – Member of Duke Chapel Advisory Board

Send an email to the committee.

Faculty Position in Worship and Liturgy
United Lutheran Seminary
Gettysburg and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

United Lutheran Seminary seeks applicants for a faculty position in Worship and Liturgy. The candidate should have a Ph.D. or equivalent in the field of worship and liturgy; be committed to the mission of this school as an institution of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America together with ecumenical and multicultural commitments; show enthusiasm for collegial sharing in planning, teaching, and evaluating courses; and have an openness to learning and utilizing technology in classroom and on-line teaching.

This appointment is open in rank. The candidate would have some responsibilities for the worship life of the institution as well.

The successful candidate should be prepared to offer five courses per year in a variety of degree programs [including MDiv, MA, STM, and DMin]; advise students and participate in committee work; engage in continuing education for pastors, lay professionals, and congregations; as well as attend, participate, and lead in the worship life on both campuses. The successful candidate will be expected to engage in research and publication in the field of worship and liturgy.

Since United Lutheran Seminary operates out of two physical campuses, Gettysburg and Philadelphia, regular travel between the two campus is expected. In addition, we have a significant number of students who take up to two-thirds of their coursework online.

United Lutheran Seminary is an institution of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, and successful candidates should be committed to the mission of the ELCA and share its ecumenical and multicultural commitments. While an ELCA candidate is preferred, we invite applications from candidates from denominations that are full communion partners with the ELCA. Such candidates will participate in our commitment to the dignity and solidarity of all persons and the value of intercultural understanding. ULS seeks to build a diverse, inclusive faculty that can support, educate and promote an increasingly diverse student population; we welcome applications from women and minority candidates.

Please send a cover letter, vita, and the contact information of three references to Dr. Karyn L. Wiseman, [email protected], the Search Committee Chair.

Application review will begin on December 1, 2018; applications received by this time will receive full consideration, but the search will remain open until the position is filled.

Equal Employment Opportunity Statement:

It is the policy of the United Lutheran Seminary (the “Seminary” or “ULS”), in accordance with its ByLaws, Human Resource Practices and applicable federal/state laws and regulations, not to discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment on the bases of race, color, national origin, disability, age, veteran status, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, parental status, disability, family medical history or genetic information, or any other non-merit based factor.

Assistant Professor, Practical Theology and Religious Education
Fordham University
Fordham University invites applications for a full-time tenure track position at the rank of
Assistant Professor in the Graduate School of Religion and Religious Education (GRE).
Areas of specialization are open. Teaching will include hybrid (campus and digital
learning) formats. Applicants must have completed the Ph.D. by May 2019.
GRE seeks a highly qualified, diverse applicant pool and especially encourages members
of underrepresented groups to apply. Successful candidates will have a knowledge of and
a commitment to the goals of Jesuit education. Faculty appointment will begin in August

Fordham is an independent, Catholic University in the Jesuit tradition that welcomes
applications from all backgrounds.

Applicants should submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, a statement of teaching
philosophy/interest, and three letters of recommendation to Dr. Tom Beaudoin, Search
Committee Chair, at [email protected] Materials will only be accepted
electronically. Review of applications began 1 November.

Fordham University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution.







Faculty Position Available for Assistant Campus Minister/Coordinator of Liturgical Life Deadline to apply is May 7, 2019

Jesuit High School (JHS) is currently accepting applications for an Assistant Campus Minister/Coordinator of Liturgical Life.

Jesuit High School (JHS) is a Sacramento regional Catholic high school that provides young men with a life-building experience. Founded in 1963, the school delivers an academically rigorous college preparatory education to graduates prepared for lives of leadership and service. Student enrollment is approximately 1070, representing diversity in geography, ethnicity, religious affiliation, and socioeconomic background. JHS draws from more than 90 zip codes throughout the greater Sacramento area, and 99% of graduates go on to college or university. JHS is home to one of the region’s most successful men’s athletic programs, visual and performing arts (more than 22 art offerings), an award-winning robotics program and a club for every passion. A JHS education fosters a “Men for Others” culture, as students volunteer locally and all over the world, giving more than 27,000 hours annually, primarily to at-risk, underserved and homeless populations.

Does this sound like an environment you would enjoy? At Jesuit High School, we offer competitive pay, excellent benefits and a supportive work environment. 

Job Summary/Responsibilities:

The Assistant Minister is delegated responsibility by the Director of Campus Ministry to oversee programs that advance the religious/spiritual dimension of Jesuit High School.  Areas of primary responsibility are Sacramental Ministries at Jesuit including liturgies and reconciliation services.  This is a 5/5 position with 4/5 in Campus Ministry and 1/5 teaching the Liturgy class. This position may also be asked to teach an additional Theology class depending on the needs of the Theology department

  • Planning and Implementation of the Liturgies with the Liturgy Workshop Class
  • Coordination of the Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion
  • Prepare liturgies for Big Brother training, Frosh Orientation, and Frosh Overnight.  Assist in the running of the retreat
  • Coordinate Reconciliation Services with other Campus Ministry Team Members

If this seems like a good fit with your background and interest, we’d love to hear from you. Please visit our website at for application and deadline details.

Please complete the Faculty position application along with any additional requirements listed within the application.  

The application deadline is May 7, 2019.

Jesuit High School is an EOE.