t. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Atlanta, Georgia is seeking a new rector. St. Paul’s is the oldest black Episcopal Church in the State of Georgia. It was founded in 1880 and is the second largest African-American congregation in the Episcopal Church in the United States.

Our parish is a congregation with a rich history rooted in the Anglican tradition, supportive of lay ministry and community outreach. We are proud of our past, our commitment to glorifying God through our music, and of the four missions that serve as the underpinning of our worship together and service to the community. We are a welcoming community and hopeful about our future as we seek to write a new chapter in our spiritual life. We are seeking a vibrant and energetic leader with the ability to encourage a strong commitment to faith to lead us in this journey.

To enter discernment and consideration for the position, please send a cover letter articulating your sense of call and fit for the position, along with your resume and Transition Ministry Portfolio by June 15, 2013 to The Rev. Canon Richard Callaway, Canon to the Ordinary ( or via U.S. mail to Canon Callaway’s attention at The Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta, 2744 Peachtree Road, Atlanta, GA 30305. Electronic submissions are preferred. Deadline for receipt of materials is June 15, 2013.

Please download a PDF profile with more information about St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.