Current Openings
Please see below for more information on each position.


Parish of New Glasgow, full-time Interim Rector

Diocesan Synod Office, full-time Accounting Assistant




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Parish of Tangier, 1/2 time, Rector

The Anglican Parish of Holy Trinity Tangier is seeking a half-time rector. Our parish is located on the scenic Marine Drive (Highway 7) on the Eastern Shore of Nova Scotia.. Our Parish serves communities from East Ship Harbour in the west, to Sheet Harbour in the East, to Beaver Dam, and Mooseland in the North. We are a parish with six congregations: St. Peter’s (Murphy Cove), Holy Trinity (Tangier), St. Thomas (Mooseland), St. Andrew’s (Spry Harbour), St. James (Spry Bay), and St. Paul’s (Mushaboom).

The Eastern Shore is full of rugged wilderness, sheltered coves, salt marshes, dramatic windswept headlands, pristine beaches, and the stunning 100 Wild Islands archipelago. Our region is known for its incredible ocean views, world-class surfing, laidback culture and heritage attractions. With its vast Atlantic coastline, beautiful lakes, rivers and trails, the area is a paradise for hunting and fishing enthusiasts.

The Rectory is located beside Holy Trinity Church in Tangier. The Rectory is a well maintained three-bedroom property which has a separate inside entrance to a parish office. The Rectory is about an hour and ten minutes from downtown Dartmouth and about 20 minutes from Sheet Harbour, which provides many amenities, and services. The Rectory is only minutes away from Taylor Head Provincial Park, with its many kilometers of hiking trails and two beautiful beaches. Fiber Optic technology is now available in the area now. There is a new pre-primary to grade 12 school in Sheet Harbour, and several restaurants and eateries. A new Lifestyles Center is under consideration for the Sheet Harbour area.

In a recent parish survey, our parishioners said the parish gave them a sense of belonging and a sense of community. Many parishioners have a strong longstanding family connection to the parish; many were raised here, attended church here, and had baptisms, confirmations, weddings, and family funerals.

Our parish is looking for a person of strong faith, someone who is outgoing and enjoys people. We consider visiting shut ins to be important. We are seeking a good teacher and a good listener, someone who brings the lessons and gospel alive and makes them relevant to today’s world in a way that is easy for all to understand. We would like to become more mission focused. Recently, many new people, some with young children, have moved into our catchment area. We would welcome the opportunity, with a new rector, to develop creative ways to engage these newcomers in missional activities, if not to the church itself.

We have two licensed lay ministers in the parish, plus a team of dedicated wardens and lay people. We have a supportive congregation. To learn more about our parish please consider reading our parish profile. In closing, we thank you for reading about our parish. We would welcome the opportunity to meet with you to discover how we might work together to grow our parish community. 


To receive the profile and an application form please contact Jana Gauthier, Diocesan Executive Administrator at or (902)420-0717. 

Please note:  A Police Records Check report, Vulnerable Sector Check report must be submitted before assuming this position. Anglican Clergy from outside the Diocese of Nova Scotia and P.E.I., must present confirmation that they are an ordained minister in good standing and have their Bishop’s permission to seek employment opportunities outside their own diocese.  
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St George’s Anglican Church, New Glasgow

The Parish of St George’s in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, is seeking an experienced full-time Interim Rector with strong management, people, and pastoral skills for a two-year contract position. 

About our Town and Parish Community

New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, is a beautiful riverside town of over 10,000 residents, located in northern Nova Scotia, which serves as the commercial/service centre for the region of Pictou County. The tree-lined streets of New Glasgow reveal impressive Victorian architecture with many beautifully crafted buildings and homes made of sandstone and brick. New Glasgow has quality educational facilities, a regional hospital, a performing arts theatre, a regional library, a full-service marina, two groomed walking trails, several parks and playgrounds, franchised accommodations and a diverse selection of restaurants and entertainment. 

St George’s is a beautiful, well-maintained church (opened in 1908) located close to the downtown area. It has a church hall (with a fully equipped kitchen) and is wheelchair accessible with a lift. There is no rectory, therefore we will assist in identifying appropriate housing (i.e., apartment/house rental or purchase) in the area and provide a housing allowance.

St George’s encompasses a small, older, but dedicated, demographic. Many families have a long history as parishioners of St George’s church family. We value fellowship, music, pastoral care, and spiritual development. Currently we have a few young families and are looking to establish a regular Sunday School.

We appreciate a worship style that is creative, reflective and that connects with our church family. Sunday Services are live streamed every week for those who are unable to attend in-person worship. Presently, we have one Licensed Lay Minister, an organist (playing a Casavant pipe organ), and a small choir. Our Parish Council is an effective group committed in their role as stewards of the church and parish. Many of our ministries were paused due to COVID-19, but we are eagerly seeking new ways of bringing Christ's love out into our community.

About this unique opportunity

We are now seeking an Interim Rector who will work with our congregation to reach out to the community to help us make St George’s presence more visible and inviting.

As an interim priest and transformational leader, St. George's is an exciting opportunity for you to join this community of faith as we take an intentional time to seek spiritual and organizational renewal, to rediscover our identity, and to revitalize our mission. 

St. George’s is a progressive, affirming faith community. We welcome a priest who will lead us well in relevant, future-oriented ministry. In particular, we require a confident, loving Priest who will skillfully guide us:  

•        out of a season of disruption and change, to help position the parish spiritually,  pastorally and organizationally;

•        to situate and prepare the parish to adapt and to take the appropriate next steps  to navigate the demographic                                 changes in the surrounding community and post- pandemic cultural shifts;

•        as a faith community to rediscover their identity, and cultivate a passion and missional focus in order to serve                                    their neighbourhood

If you would enjoy a short-term interesting ministry position in a unique, quaint Maritime town, we invite you to apply.  If you have any questions or wish to apply please send your resume and cover letter to 

Please note:  A Police Records Check report, Vulnerable Sector Check report must be submitted before assuming this position. Anglican Clergy from outside the Diocese of Nova Scotia and P.E.I., must present confirmation that they are an ordained minister in good standing and have their Bishop’s permission to seek employment opportunities outside their own diocese.  

Our Mission and Diocesan Vision

Mission: To participate in God’s mission of reconciling the world to God through Jesus Christ.

Vision: To create and sustain Christ-centered, mission-minded- ministering communities of faith.


*By focusing on the Marks of Mission of the Anglican Communion (1984)

  • to proclaim the Good News of the Kingdom;
  • to teach, baptize and nurture new believers;
  • to respond to human need by loving service;
  • to seek to transform unjust structures of society, to challenge violence of every kind and to pursue peace and reconciliation; [revised wording Nov2012]

  • to strive to safeguard the integrity of creation and sustain and renew the life of the earth.

*By focusing on the Marks of a Healthy Congregation as adapted by our Synod from the Alban Institute

  • IDENTITY: Our congregation knows who they are before God;
  • VISION: Our congregations knows what it is called to do;         
  • STEWARDSHIP: Our congregation has the resources and leadership necessary to carry out its calling;  
  • WORSHIP: People experience the power and energy of the Gospel in their worship and life together;
  • OUTREACH: The activities of our congregation make a discernible difference in individual lives and in the world around us.
  • CONFLICT TRANSFORMATION: Our congregation has the ability to transform conflict into positive energy for the Gospel.