Community engagement co-ordinator

There's something new and exciting brewing in the Diocese of Ontario. We want and need new expressions of church as mission to make a difference in the lives of the communities we serve. As we bring our vision and strategy to life, this program and this new centre will provide templates, proof points, learning and exemplars for the rest of the diocese. This work is not seen as a final destination, but as a journey we will continue to travel together. We need someone to get in at the ground level, leading this first initiative through the early stages and building the base for ongoing success. In order to take these next steps, the Diocese of Ontario is seeking a diocesan resource to develop and lead a pilot program at the new Cowdy Street Ministry Centre in Kingston. This will include assessing the community needs, developing partnerships, defining program possibilities, making recommendations and leading the first programs…[read full job description].

Part-time administrative assistant - St. Paul’s Brockville

St. Paul’s Brockville is hiring a part-time administrative assistant who will facilitate the flow of information and communication between the public and the church staff, keeps the daily functions of the church office running efficiently, and manages the resources needed for the ministries of the church to be effective. All part-time duties will be consistent with the mission, values, and theology of the church community. The immediate supervisor will be the pastor.

This position requires a self-starter who can work independently. Flexibility, good judgment and the ability to set priorities are critical attributes, as duties and responsibilities may change—often unexpectedly. Time required: 6 to 8 hour per week paid position 2 days a week from 9am-noon.

If you have a minimum of 5 yrs. experience in office setting and proficiencies: Microsoft Office (expected proficiency in MS Word, Excel, Publisher, and PowerPoint); Social media; Desktop Publishing as well as an excellent command of the English language (writing and editing skills) please connect with R. Cramer at to receive the full job description. Accepting resumes until February 14, 2020.

Director of music - St. Paul’s Brockville

St. Paul’s Brockville is hiring a director of music. Our director of music develops and leads the worship music ministry of the church, under supervision of the rector and in consultation with other team members, in a way that is consistent with the mission, values, theology, and liturgy of St Paul’s Church and the Anglican Church of Canada.

The music director is responsible for planning and selecting music for Sunday hymns, anthem, prelude/postlude, service music, music during Communion. This includes weekly Sunday services plus additional services as needed ie. Christmas, Holy Week, Annual Senior Service, etc. as well as other church events. Manage and coach a choir of 20+ lead weekly practices prior to service—warm up & anthem rehearsal.

If you have a minimum of 5 yrs. experience in church-related setting and the ability in wide range of styles including Christian classics (hymns), please connect with R. Cramer at to receive the full job description. Accepting resumes till February 14, 2020.

Office administrator - Saint Georges Anglican Church Trenton/ Anglican Churches of Quinte West

St. George's Trenton is hiring an office administrator. This is a permanent part time position starting at 20 hours per week with the potential of developing into a 28-hour per week position.

The applicant must possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills, and be at ease with Microsoft Office programs Word, Excel, Power Point and Publisher, as well as be willing to learn how to use our Cemetery Software.

This position requires that policies governing confidentiality are met, and that Church volunteer screening policies are followed.

Please submit your resume via email to: or drop off a copy at the parish office (9-noon, M-F) located at 25 John Street Trenton ON. Only applicants to be interviewed will be notified. Closing date: Friday February 7, 2020.

Part time music director - St. Mary Magdalene Picton

St. Mary Magdalene Anglican Church in Picton, Ontario is searching for a part-time musical director to start July 1, 2020. In the church we are blessed with a beautiful and well-maintained organ installed by Casavant Frères of Quebec in 1914 and expanded in 1974, and a Yamaha grand piano. If you are an experienced organist with a demonstrated ability in liturgical music and in a variety of musical styles, and have the ability as a choral conductor to direct a 20-member four-part choir, we would love to hear from you. For additional information about this position please contact Archdeacon Charles Morris at

Part time music director - Christ Church Cataraqui

Christ Church Cataraqui, a vibrant Anglican church in Kingston that provides services in both a historic stone church and a modern and fully accessible parish centre has an immediate need for an experienced part time music director. The successful candidate will be able to lead and accompany our congregations in a blend of traditional and contemporary music styles to enhance our Sunday worship services. Joining you is a congregation who love to sing. For a full job description please visit Please email your resumé and cover letter to: subject: music director. We thank all interested applicants; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Director of music - St. Thomas' Belleville

St. Thomas’ Anglican Church in Belleville, Ontario is searching for a director of music. St. Thomas’ has a rich musical heritage rooted in the Anglican tradition. We are open to new ideas and change. We are blessed with a well-maintained 1977 Gabriel Kney organ. We welcome applicants with the following: interpersonal and communication skills; a demonstrated ability as an organist and choir director including recitals; openness to a variety of musical styles, and strong leadership. You will work collaboratively with the rector and others involved in worship planning, being respectful of the diversity of the congregation. Salary, commensurate with qualifications and experience according to the 2020 RCCO guidelines is based on an average 20 hour work week. Additional income options at St. Thomas’ and the broader community are available and encouraged.

A full job description can be obtained by contacting the church office by phone at 613-962-3636, by email at or on our website Additionally, a description of our Gabriel Kney organ, is available on our website under the Music tab. For additional information about this position please contact Search Committee Chairperson, Anne Clark 613-969-1846. Applications will be received at with a deadline of Friday February 7, 2020.