The Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut

Transitioning Parishes - status and open positions

updated June 22, 2021

Organizing to Call - Discerning

After the retiring or resigning priest departs, the wardens and vestry begin a process that leads to new ordained leadership. This includes working with the Diocesan Transition Minister. One of Connecticut's bishops will be assigned as the "bishop of record"  to help shepherd the process. 

We have several parishes looking for part time clergy. Review of applications for all open positions is ongoing and continues until the positions are filled. Please contact Amber Page Gehr, Diocesan Transition Minister at apagegehr@episcopalct.org for more information about these part time positions or to apply.

Parishes seeking Rectors

None at this time.

Parishes seeking a Full-time Priest-in-Charge

  • Check back soon.

Parishes seeking a Part-time Priest-in-Charge

  • San Lucas/San Pablo, Bridgeport - seeking Spanish speaking 1/4 time
  • St. Martin's Church, Hartford - 1/4 time
  • St. James' Church, Higganum - 1/4 time
  • St. Peter's Church, Monroe - 1/2 time
  • St. Paul's Church, Plainfield - 1/4 time
  • Good Shepherd, Shelton - 1/4 time
  • St. Luke's Church, South Glastonbury - 1/4 time
  • St. James' Church, Winsted - 1/4 time

Assistant Positions

  • Christ Church, New Haven - Curate and Director of Saint Hilda’s House. Find the job description here.

Assistants are called by the rector of a parish, but must be vetted and approved by the Bishop. Please contact the rector directly for information about any assistants’ positions.

Clergy seeking assistant positions or rectors seeking assistant clergy are asked to contact the Diocesan Transition Minister before a hire is made.