Faith Formation
Comstock Park
Posted 4 weeks ago

Holy Trinity Parish in Comstock Park is discerning who will serve as its next Pastoral Associate. The successful candidate is an enthusiastic disciple of Christ who seeks to learn and grow more closely to the Holy Trinity by working closely with the pastor to support parish ministries that are pivotal in the life of a Roman Catholic from birth to death and beyond.

View position details on the Holy Trinity website

The position is full-time with benefits and great flexibility, while also requiring availability many weekends and evenings. If necessary, the duties of the position could be modified to better align with a viable candidate’s skills, education and availability.

Located a mile from Alpine Avenue and perched among scenic orchards and rolling farmland, Holy Trinity is a unique parish where farmers, suburbanites and townspeople gather for the Eucharist in an architectural masterpiece. The parish is among the oldest in the diocese and celebrating its 175th anniversary this year.

To Apply:

SEND PDF ATTACHMENTS THAT INCLUDE:

Cover letter, resume, work history, salary expectation and references

Subject Line: Pastoral Associate
To: [email protected]

KINDLY APPLY BEFORE April 17, 2024

Applications will be treated as confidential. The search will continue until the position is filled.

View position details on the Holy Trinity website

Purpose of this Position

“Whatever you did for one of these least ones of mine, you did for me.” ~ Matthew 25:40.

The Pastoral Associate is a servant-leader who works closely with the pastor to accompany and catechize parishioners at pivotal moments of their lives and lead ministries that tend to “the least” among us, especially the homebound, the sick, the dying, the grieving, the poor—and those who care for them.

In addition, the Pastoral Associate coordinates Holy Trinity’s Order of Christian Initiation (OCIA) process, provides opportunities for Adult Faith Formation and assists the parish’s liturgical life by overseeing the training and scheduling of liturgical ministers.

As a member of the parish core staff, this individual has a very significant role in supporting the parish’s overall mission of cultivating faith and sharing its fruits.

Reports to: Pastor
Collaborates with: Parish Staff, deacon, committees and volunteers
Supervises: Parish volunteers
Status: Full-time | Salary, exempt

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