We're looking for a parish administrator!
Christ Episcopal Church in Rolla is seeking a part-time parish administrator to manage our office and assist the parish clergy and leadership for four hours a day, four days a week. Duties include assisting callers and visitors, monitoring the parish email account, distributing mail, purchasing supplies, and managing a range of office procedures. Candidates must have excellent interpersonal and organizational skills, as well as a strong grasp of standard business English. In addition, candidates must be comfortable using standard business software and equipment, including Microsoft Office suite, Google, and business copiers. Finally, candidates must exercise discretion and respect confidentiality. A high school degree is required; experience in an office environment and familiarity with church services and operations are helpful, but we are willing to train individuals with the necessary skill and disposition. The position will pay $20/hr., under 20 hrs/week. Click here to view a full description of the position, and click here to apply.
Our mission is to be a welcoming, inclusive group of Jesus followers in the Rolla area community.
If you’re a a newcomer, a person of deep faith, a seeker, young, old, gay, straight, a little bit country, or a little bit rock and roll, you are welcome!
We represent many points on the journey of faith. Through worship, study, and service we find common ground for our faith.
An Update for Pandemic Times
Our current service schedule is an early Holy Eucharist Service at 8 a.m. and another at 10 a.m which is live-streamed. Through the leadership of our Interim we have held numerous “backyard” Eucharist services at various houses and other locations and have started holding a once a month outdoor Eucharist service at 5:30 p.m. Sunday at a local park. Our youth hosted their own “backyard” Eucharist at a local state park.
All churches in the Diocese of Missouri returned to services, wearing masks for worship to help combat the spread of Delta variant of COVID. Varied levels of masking and spacing were used to slow spread of COVID. Continue to encourage your friends and neighbors to get vaccinated if they haven't already!
We are proud of the fact that we did not miss a single Sunday during the pandemic. When we could not meet together for in person worship, we broadcast services using Facebook, first by pre-recording services using Zoom and then live streaming the services.