Trinity+St. Peter’s is Looking for a New Priest-In-Charge
Trinity+St.Peter’s has embarked on a search for a new, full-time Priest-in-Charge.
The Bishop’s Committee is looking for qualified candidates, for this wonderful ministry in the heart of San Francisco, with an eye toward the possibilities and challenges of this historic parish. We aim to attract candidates who are excited about the prospect of joining us as we embark on the next 125 years of our history.
To assist prospective candidates with the application process, here are two links to key documents, forms and related information. Click on the links to view the information.
TRINITY+ST. PETER’S OTM PROFILE (383.87 Kb)
TSP PRIEST-IN-CHARGE JOB DESCRIPTION (125.33 Kb)
For interested applicants, here is some information about San Francisco that may prove useful:
City of San Francisco:
SF Chamber of Commerce:
Thank you for your interest in Trinity+St. Peter’s and for considering discerning with us if you are our next priest-in-charge
Please follow the instructions outlined below:
1. To receive permission to apply contact the Diocese of California’s Transition Minister, Denise Obando, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (415) 869-7804. Requests should be made well in advance of the deadline.
With an invitation from Denise, as well as additional instructions, you are welcome to begin the application process.
2. Applications must include:
A cover letter expressing why you feel called to Trinity+St. Peter’s.
Your OTM portfolio
Links to two audio versions of sermons as noted on your OTM.
Answers to the following question(s):
1. Please give examples of your work and life experiences that have enhanced your capacity for creativity, grace and compassion in an urban setting.
2. Please discuss your experiences in balancing the expectations and existing ministries of long-time parishioners with the imperative to create new ministries in order to grow the church.
The deadline to submit your application is 4/27/19.
All applications and communications with applicants will be treated with complete conﬁdentiality.