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Clergy Openings

Welcome!

Clergy discerning a call to new ministry from anywhere in the Episcopal Church are invited to contact Canon Clark and/or to submit your materials with a short cover letter describing what sort of call you believe God may be leading you towards.  You are also encouraged to set up a phone or in-person conversation to introduce yourself.

Clergy interested in a specific position receiving names must submit a Resume, OTM portfolio and cover letter (addressed to the parish or other ministry site) directly to Canon Clark.

Transition Ministry in the Episcopal Diocese of Newark is broadly a four-step process, tailored for each individual parish, which may take up to 18 months. The steps are:

  1. Separation & Planning
  2. Self Study
  3. Receiving Names/Discernment
  4. Call to New Ministry
Church Name Town Position Step Attachment(s)
St. John's Church Boonton TBD 1. Separation & Planning
St. Agnes & St. Paul's Church East Orange TBD 1. Separation & Planning
Church of the Epiphany and Christ Church Orange TBD 1. Separation & Planning
St. Matthew's Church Paramus TBD 1. Separation & Planning
Church of the Good Shepherd Fort Lee Part-time Priest 2. Self Study
All Saints' Church Leonia 2. Self Study
St. Paul's Church Morris Plains Part-time Priest 2. Self Study
St. Michael's Church Wayne 2. Self Study
St. Paul's Church Chatham Priest-in-Charge 3. Discernment / Receiving Names