The Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut

Positions Open

Unless otherwise noted, you may submit  your application from this website for any of the listed open positions.


Parish (lay staff) ›

Associate for Children and Family Ministries - Christ & Holy Trinity Episcopal Church of Westport

Part-time Full Charge Bookkeeper at St. Alban's, Simsbury

Family Life Minister - St. John's, Essex

St. John's, Essex seeks a Family Life Minister to collaborate in ministry to fulfill the vision of full inclusion of children and youth in St. John’s ministries and programs

ECCT Staff ›

Canon for Mission Advocacy, Racial Justice, and Reconciliation

DEADLINE TO APPLY: June 18, 2021.

The Canon for Mission Advocacy, Racial Justice, and Reconciliation will assist Episcopalians in Connecticut to effect God’s mission by pursuing wholeness, justice, and right-relationship especially in our commitment to dismantling systemic racism, white supremacy and anti-Black bias. Recognizing the intersectionality of racism and white supremacy, the Canon will also assist Episcopalians in Connecticut to participate in God’s mission through the care for the goodness of God’s creation; overcoming income inequality in our state and its related effects on health care and education; preventing gun violence; limiting the expansion of casino gambling in Connecticut; welcoming refugees and immigrants, and working for housing equity and affordability.

Camp Washington ›

WATERFRONT DIRECTOR

PROGRAM STAFF – PERFORMING ARTS COORDINATOR

Cabin/Activity Counselors

Clergy ›

All transitioning parish clergy positions link here

See list of parishes in transition

Canon for Mission Advocacy, Racial Justice, and Reconciliation

DEADLINE TO APPLY: June 18, 2021.

The Canon for Mission Advocacy, Racial Justice, and Reconciliation will assist Episcopalians in Connecticut to effect God’s mission by pursuing wholeness, justice, and right-relationship especially in our commitment to dismantling systemic racism, white supremacy and anti-Black bias. Recognizing the intersectionality of racism and white supremacy, the Canon will also assist Episcopalians in Connecticut to participate in God’s mission through the care for the goodness of God’s creation; overcoming income inequality in our state and its related effects on health care and education; preventing gun violence; limiting the expansion of casino gambling in Connecticut; welcoming refugees and immigrants, and working for housing equity and affordability.