Bell, Daniel
Cadigan, Katherine
Chatfield, Jenifer
Dietrich, Claire
Doughton, Sara
Downs, Rachel
Ginolfi, Sarah
Godbehere, Sarah
Griggs, Linda
Joyner, Kendra
Keller, Rebecca
Kennedy, Tim
Mackintosh, Leigh
McCarthy Jr., Stephen
Repas, Michael
Slater, The
Stewart, Mac
Thomas, Elaine
Wright, Joshua

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Daniel P. Bell
Aspirant for the Priesthood in The Episcopal Church with strong academic and ministerial background seeking opportunities to serve world and Church through pastoral work and education.
Yale Divinity School, New Haven CT
Master of Divinity, 2013

Berkeley Divinity School at Yale, New Haven CT

Diploma in Anglican Studies, 2013

Yale Divinity School, New Haven CT

Master of Arts in Religion, summa cum laude, concentration in the History of Christianity, 2010

Gordon College, Wenham, MA
Bachelor of Arts, summa cum laude, in History, minor in Biblical and Theological Studies, 2008
Lynn, MASt. Stephen's Memorial Episcopal Church 
Diocesan Intern / Life Together Fellow2013-2014
Episcopal Service Corps intern for this diverse, multicultural, and socially active parish.
  • Assist with weekday and Sunday services, including preaching, serving Communion, and offering healing prayer.
  • Work with youth and young adults to foster community and help them to gain important life and job skills.
  • Facilitate Church School programming and serve as teacher when needed.
  • Work with the Essex County Community Organization on local and state social justice issues (e.g., raising the minimum wage).
  • Serve on the Pastoral Care Team and help with other parish-related activities as needed.
Wading River, NYCamp DeWolfe, Episcopal Diocese of Long Island 
SeminarianSummer 2013
Directed the Christian Formation program at this Episcopal summer camp for children and youth.
  • Implemented curriculum and musical offerings for twice-daily chapel services.
  • Offered pastoral care to campers and staff.
  • Worked with camp staff and visiting clergy to coordinate programming.
Orange, CTChurch of the Good Shepherd 
Seminary Intern2012-2013
Academic year intern for this diverse, welcoming, Christian community that seeks to share the Good News in word and deed.
  • Assisted with regular Sunday services; this includes preaching, administering Communion, and leading worship at an evening contemporary service
  • Taught confirmation class; assist with pastoral visits, including administration of Communion and offering prayer with sick parishioners
  • Participated in various church events, including youth group gatherings
Bridgeport, CTBridgeport Hospital 
Student ChaplainSummer 2012
Earned one unit of Clinical Pastoral Education credit during summer program at this Level One Trauma Center.
  • Responded to all emergencies when on duty as well as the routine spiritual care of patients on the pediatrics, intermediate care, rehabilitation, and geriatric psychiatry units
  • Completed overnight and weekend 24-hour on-calls as scheduled to respond to emergencies, deaths, and pastoral care requests hospital-wide
New Haven, CTSt. John's Episcopal Church 
Parishioner and Volunteer2009-2012
Active member of this student-friendly parish.
  • Worship assistant (reader, crucifer, chalice-bearer)
  • Bible study leader for graduate students
  • Sunday School teacher for elementary school children
Wenham, MAGordon College 
Student Ministries Leader2005-2006
  • Led Disaster Relief Organization; co-led Prison Ministries
Ministry Experience
New Haven, CTLiberty Community Services, Inc. 
Administrative and Communications Assistant2010-2011
  • Provided office-wide administrative assistance for this nonprofit supportive housing provider
  • Coordinated external communications (e.g., newsletters and other mailings)
  • Assisted the Director of Development with fundraising efforts, including the planning of a major annual event ("Project Style") and other activities
  • Assisted the Executive Director with grant-writing projects
Setauket, NYThree Village Central School District 
Special Education Aide2005-2008
  • Worked as a classroom assistant for summer enrichment program provided for children with developmental and learning disabilities
Port Jefferson, NYVillage of Port Jefferson 
Summer Intern2005-2008
  • Assisted with clerical work and tax collection for hometown municipality
Other Professional Experience
  • Youth Mentor at Hyde Square Task Force, Jamaica Plain, MA (2013-2014)
  • Participant in Annand Program for Spiritual Formation (2008-2010; 2011-Present)
  • Founding member and facilitator of Elm City Abolitionists, a Love146 taskforce in New Haven, Connecticut dedicated to ending child sex slavery and exploitation (Summer 2010-2012)
  • Certified in Comprehensive (Basic) Safe Church Training, sponsored by Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut (October 13, 2012)
  • Participant in Episcopal Evangelism Network’s Missional Development Conference, The General Theological Seminary, New York, NY (September 20-22, 2012)
  • Participant in spring break trip to the South Bronx, New York City, assisting Urban Harvest Ministries (March 2012)
  • Participant in Anti-Racism Workshop, “Building a Multicultural Church,” sponsored by Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut and Berkeley Divinity School at Yale (February 17-18, 2012)
  • Participant in Negotiating Boundaries in Ministerial Relationships course at Yale Divinity School (August 2011)
Additional Skills And Qualifications

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Katherine Cadigan
Candidate for Holy Orders in the Diocese of Los Angeles passionate about faith formation, discipleship, evangelism and liturgy, seeking part time parish position.
Diocese of Los Angeles
Geographic Limits
Yale Divinity School, New Haven CT
Candidate, Master of Divinity, 2014

Berkeley Divinity School at Yale, New Haven CT

Candidate, Diploma in Anglican Studies, 2014

Institute of Sacred Music, New Haven CT

Candidate, Diploma, 2014

Stanford University
Master of Arts, Communication, 1995

Brown University
Bachelor of Arts, 1983
New Haven, CTMarquand Chapel 
Chapel Minister2012-2013
Interned at Yale Divinity School's ecumenical chapel, planning worship in a wide range of styles
  • Co-developed a worship program for the academic year that reflected the diversity of faith, cultures and worship traditions (over 30 denominations)
  • Created one completely new liturgy a week, designed the worship space and collaborated with musicians, students, faculty, guest preachers, artists and clergy
  • Managed logistics for daily worship and supervised the chapel ministry team and liturgical participants
  • Wrote prayers, meditations and liturgical material
Studio City, CASaint Michael and All Angels 
Part-time Summer InternSummer 2012
  • Served as MC and preached
  • Mentored acolytes and verger
Los Angeles, CAGood Samaritan Hospital 
Student Chaplain Summer 2011
Earned one unit of Clinical Pastoral Education credit during summer program
  • Provided spiritual care for patients, families and staff on cardiac and intensive care units
  • Responded to emergencies, deaths, and pastoral care requests hospital-wide
  • Assisted at the hospital's daily eucharist as needed
Beverly Hills, CAAll Saints Parish 
Lay Leader1994-1997 & 2005-2011
  • Served as MC, verger and acoloyte and trained people for those positions
  • Developed catechumenate and mystagogy curriculum and led both groups
  • Mentored Education for Ministry (EFM) group
  • Developed and led thrice-daily liturgies for a weekend women's retreat
  • Launched small group program: developed and led leadership training
San Carlos, CAChurch of the Epiphany 
Lay Leader1997-2004
  • Initiated and led multi-week courses on Christian spirituality and disciplines
  • Started parish bible study
  • Served as lay eucharistic minister and on discernment committees
Ministry Experience
Los Angeles CAImageReal Pictures 
Owner and Executive Producer1997-present
Running this small independent media production company dedicated to shining light on hidden corners of human existence
  • Producing and directing non-fiction media for television, educational, corporate and home audiences
  • Currently producing The Lost Patients, on the criminalization of mental illness
  • Wrote, produced and directed the 2010 PBS documentary When Medicine Got it Wrong in partnership with KQED San Francisco
  • Produced and directed the 2004 HBO/Cinemax documentary People Say I'm Crazy in collaboration with Academy Award winner Ira Wohl
New Haven, CTBerkeley Divinity School at Yale, Board of Trustees 
Serving on the Search Committee for the school's next Dean and President
Stanford, CAStanford University 
Adjunct Lecturer1993-1997
Taught undergraduate and graduate film and video production courses, part-time
Silicon Valley, CAVarious employers 
Marketing and Communication - various positions1983-1991
  • Developed and managed strategic product marketing and communication plans for high technology clients including Apple and Hewlett Packard
  • Created and oversaw plans for software start-up to enter new markets and nurtured industry relationships to foster sales
  • Ran public relations for Apple Computer's Macintosh Division
Additional Professional Experience
  • Guest lecturer on film at colleges and universities (1995-2011)
  • Public speaker on mental illness for major conventions, state legislatures and non-profit organizations (2002-11)
  • Advisory board, UCLA Center for Media, Medicine & Community (2006-10)
  • Advisor, Commission on Mental Illness, Diocese of California (1998-2004)
  • Peer counselor and public speaker, Rape Crisis Centers (1982-1991)
  • Fluent French
Additional Qualifications and Experience
  • Independent Television Service (ITVS) production grant, 2008
  • California Council for the Humanities production grant, 2007
  • Top prizes at over a dozen film festivals - including Vancouver International Film Festival and the Chicago International Film Festival - for People Say I'm Crazy, 2004-2005
  • Awards for mental health advocacy from National Alliance on Mental Illness, The VOICE Awards, and Eli Lilly, 2004-2005
  • National Endowment for the Arts completion grant, 2002
Honors And Awards

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Jenifer Chatfield
Transitional Deacon in the Diocese of Los Angeles with extensive experience in both management and the arts, seeks a position in a lively, creative, and inclusive parish with a focus on strengthening community and lay participation, exploring both traditional and non-traditional ways of worship, and developing education for all ages.
Yale Divinity School, New Haven CT
Master of Divinity, May 2013

Berkeley Divinity School at Yale, New Haven CT

Diploma in Anglican Studies, May 2013

Institute of Sacred Music at Yale, New Haven CT

Certificate, May 2013

University of California, Los Angeles
MFA Film, Television and Digital Media, 2005

Los Angeles, CASt. James in the City 
Assisting DeaconAug 2013-Dec 2013
  • Currently assisting as Deacon during Sunday liturgies and with pastoral care visits.
  • Supervising lay leaders with the creation of children and youth ministries.
New Haven, CTBerkeley Divinity School 
Chapel Minister2012-2013
Academic year chapel minister for Berkeley Divinity School
  • Collaborated with a four-person team to conceptualize, organize, and execute seven Episcopal services per week, utilizing traditional and non-traditional liturgical materials within the Anglican Communion to include: Daily Morning Prayer with Eucharist and/or Sung Morning Prayer (Rite I, Rite II and Enriching Our Worship), Evensong, and a weekly Holy Eucharist serving a congregation of approximately 150.
  • Assisted guest Celebrants, faculty and visiting bishops with Holy Eucharist services.
  • Collaborate with choral conductors and organists in the planning of liturgy.
  • Ministered in a pastoral capacity to respond to the needs and concerns of students within the scope of worship.
  • Supervised and instructed peers in varied liturgical components of worship.
New Haven, CTChrist Church 
Seminarian Intern2011-2012
Academic year intern for a diverse, urban, socially progressive Anglo-Catholic parish in the heart of New Haven and the Yale community.
  • Preached regularly and assisted as subdeacon weekly in Sunday services which included Morning Prayer, low Mass (Rite I), Holy Eucharist with hymns (Rite II), and sung Solemn High Mass (Rite I); and feast days.
  • Responsible for creating and leading seasonal religious education activities and instruction for a small group of children ages 2-9 years-old. This multi-age group focused on the areas of Baptism, Lent and Easter.
  • Helped to facilitate Parish involvement in the Midnight Run, bringing food and clothing to local shelters for homeless men.
Beverly Hills, CAAll Saints Church 
Parishioner; participated in all congregational aspects of parish life in this socially and economically diverse, inclusive, parish, as well as in the following various leadership roles:
  • Education For Ministry(EFM) Mentor--Led groups of lay leaders through a four-year Christian education course in the areas of church history and biblical studies. Helped participants to discern their call to lay ministry.
  • Regular leadership in Sunday services in liturgical capacities: Subdeacon, Verger, and Minister of Ceremonies.
  • Sponsored and instructed adult catechumens in the preparation for Baptism.
  • Served as a Lay Eucharistic Minister providing pastoral care and communion to the infirm and housebound.
Los Angeles, CAAll Saints Highland Park 
Summer InternJuly, August 2011
Assisted at Spanish Speaking Sunday Eucharist. Participated in the Service of the Word in Spanish.
Los Angeles, CAGood Samaritan Hospital 
Chaplain InternSummer 2010
Earned one unit of Clinical Pastoral Education credit during summer program at this inner city hospital
  • Responded to all emergencies when on duty as well as routine rounds
  • Attended to pastoral emergencies in the neo-natal intensive care unit, assisting families, in both English and Spanish, with pastoral care, prayer and sacrament, as requested.
  • Provided pastoral care to patients and families in the intensive care unit, pre-op, and recovery floors.
  • Collaborated with nurses, doctors and families with end of life issues and decisions as needed.
  • Led chapel worship for patients, staff and visitors
Ministry Experience
Los Angeles, CASelf-Employed 
Post Production Supervisor of Feature Films1999-2008
  • Supervised the Post Production process of feature films. Worked for major film studios and independent companies on a variety of projects. Collaborated with producers, bond companies, lawyers, directors, editors, composers and other talent to insure that the films were completed in compliance with the director’s creative vision and the producer's financial obligations. Duties included creating and maintaining schedules, developing and managing budgets, coordinating technical and creative aspects of the filmmaking process from the end of principle photography to the delivery of the final film product to distributors.
Los Angeles, NYCPerformer 
Performed as an actress, singer and voice-over artist in various television, film and theatre venues ranging from Broadway to local Los Angeles theatre companies.
  • Member of the Screen Actors Guild, Actor's Equity Association and The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.
Other Professional Experience
  • Proficient in leading worship in Spanish.
  • Elected to the Spiritual Formation Committee, Yale Divinity School, 2011-12
  • Certificate, Anti-Racism training, Berkeley Divinity School at Yale, 2012
  • Certificate, Negotiating Boundaries in Pastoral Relationships, YDS 2011
  • Level 1 training in 'Catechesis of the Good Shepherd' (3-6yr olds), 2006-07.
Additional Skills And Experience
  • Full three-year academic scholarship, Institute of Sacred Music at Yale 2010-2013
  • Liturgical Studies Prize, Institute of Sacred Music, 2011
Honors And Awards

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Claire Dietrich
Candidate for Holy Orders in the Diocese of California with a passion for evangelism and community building seeks ministry position that blends preaching, pastoral care, and liturgical development with opportunities for missional leadership.
Yale Divinity School, New Haven, CT,
Candidate: Master of Divinity, 2014
Berkeley Divinity School: Candidate, Diploma in Anglican Studies, 2014

Duke University, Durham, NC,
Bachelor of Arts, 2007
New Haven, CTBerkeley Divinity School 
Chapel MinisterAugust, 2013 - present
Academic year chapel Minister for Berkeley Divinity School
  • Collaborate with a four-person team and musicians to plan, organize, and execute six Episcopal services each week, including Daily Morning Prayer with Eucharist, Sung Morning Prayer (Rite I, Rite II and Enriching Our Worship) and a weekly Holy Eucharist utilizing traditional, non-traditional, and original liturgical sources
  • Work with and assist guest celebrants, faculty and visiting bishops with Holy Eucharist services
  • Coordinate student involvement in liturgical leadership by organizing ROTA, leading training, and offering pastoral support
New Haven, CTSt. Andrew's Episcopal Church 
Seminary InternAugust 2012 - present
Academic year intern at urban, liturgically evangelical African-American parish
  • Provide regular liturgical leadership at Sunday worship, including preaching once a month, assisting weekly at the altar, and occasional leadership of praise and worship music sets
  • Organize lay team for discerning a new worshiping community in the surrounding neighborhood of Newhallville, including developing training for relational evangelism, creating innovative worship opportunities, and organizing events such as Gospel Karaoke
  • Develop and lead adult formation, such as a four-week original Bible Study exploring themes of food, creation, and spiritual nourishment
Hartford, CTPartners in CPE 
Chaplain InternSummer, 2012
Earned one unit of Clinical Pastoral Education credit during summer program
  • Provided pastoral care to Coronary ICU and Step-Down Units at St. Francis Hospital and to the long-term residential unit at St. Mary Home
  • Completed eleven 24-hour on-call shifts to respond to emergencies, deaths, and pastoral care requests throughout the hospital
  • Developed and led spirituality group at St. Mary Home and co-led two inter-faith worship services with fellow interns
Ministry Experience
Academy of Art UniversitySan Francisco, CA
June, 2011 - March, 2013Special Projects Manager, Office of the C.O.O.
Managed high-level special projects for university C.O.O., including department restructures, design and implementation of performance evaluation metrics, leadership training, and contract negotiations
June, 2010-June, 2011Executive Assistant to the C.O.O.
Girls' Club EntertainmentSan Francisco, CA and Los Angeles, CA
October, 2007 - March, 2010Co-Writer/Co-Producer
Organized production for the feature-length, non-profit documentary film “Miss Representation," a 2011 Sundance Film Festival selection distributed on television by the Oprah Winfrey Network
  • Coordinated film shoots and interviews with politicians, celebrities, and experts, including confirming locations, hiring crew, booking interviewees, drafting interview questions, and working on set as a Production Assistant
  • Co-wrote film narratives and supported editing
  • Developed and updated written proposals and treatments used to promote and publicize “Miss Representation”
  • Oversaw budget, managed vendors, completed grant applications, coordinated fund-raising events, and maintained donor relations
October, 2007-December, 2008Executive Assistant to the C.E.O.
Coordinated all administrative support and scheduling for C.E.O. in her roles as actress, producer, spokesperson, and First Lady of San Francisco
San FranciscoThe Julian Pantry 
Part-Time Co-CoordinatorJune, 2009 - June, 2011
Facilitated Food Pantry located in the Mission District of San Francisco serving 250 - 300 families each week
  • Coordinated food delivery through the San Francisco Food Bank
  • Trained and led team of 30+ volunteers
  • Served as liaison in this collaborative ministry of St. John the Evangelist and Holy Innocents Episcopal Churches
Other Professional Experience
  • Leadership at Berkeley Divinity School: Outreach Coordinator (2013 - present); Co-founder/Co-leader of "Joys and Concerns" intercessory prayer team (2011-present)
  • Leadership at Yale Divinity School: Leader of the Yale Women Seminarians (2012 - present); Student Representative to curriculum committee (2012-2013)
  • Represented St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, a Calvin Grant recipient, at the Calvin Institute's Annual Symposium on Worship (January, 2013)
  • Developed and facilitated four-part inclusivity training, One Church, Many Cultures, for two Episcopal Churches - one English-speaking and one Spanish-speaking - sharing a building (San Francisco, April 2010)
  • Chair of Academics and facilitator, Duke Center for Race Relations (Durham, 2003-2005)
  • Fluent French, basic Arabic (MSA and Egyptian dialect), proficient in Biblical Hebrew and Latin; Proficient in leading worship in Spanish
Additional Skills and Qualifications
  • Berkeley Divinity School William Palmer Ladd Scholarship Prize, 2013
  • Elected as Berkeley Divinity School Representative to Episcopal Seminary Leadership Conference, 2012 and 2013
  • Invited to attend the Episcopal Preaching Foundation's Preaching Excellence Program for Seminarians, May 26 - 31, 2013
  • Sermon Titled "Sweet Relief" published in Preaching Excellence Program's 25th Anniversary Book, 2013
  • Paul Farmer Award for Commitment to Social Justice, Department of Cultural Anthropology at Duke University, 2007
Awards And Honors

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Sara Doughton
Experienced writer and higher ed professional seeks opportunities to use skills and education in an educational (public, private, parochial, or college), non-profit, or parish setting. Specific strengths in community-based partnerships and writing across media. Strong commitment to social justice and adolescent/young adult development.
Search limited to New York/Washington, DC and surrounding areas, and the Southeastern US.
Geographic Limits
Yale Divinity School, New Haven, CT
Masters of Divinity, anticipated 2014

Irish School of Ecumenics, Trinity College, Dublin
M.Phil, Ecumenical Studies, 2006, with distinction

Birmingham,-Southern College, Birmingham, AL
BA in English, 2004, magna cum laude
New Haven, CTSt. Martin de Porres Academy, a NativityMiguel School 
Advanced Intern, Spiritual DevelopmentFall 2011-present
  • Oversee development of school-wide Spiritual Development Curriculum
  • Plan and facilitate grade-level retreats tied to Spiritual Development Curriculum outcomes and religion classes
  • Direct Peer Ministers in faith formation, leadership training, and worship leading
  • Lead Homily Team and Morning Gathering (chapel) planning and renewal efforts
  • Write 5-7th grade curriculum containing Roman Catholic material for primarily ecumenical/interfaith community
  • Write daily prayers for SMPA community
  • Preach weekly at Morning Gathering and special services
Birmingham, ALBunting Center for Engaged Study and Community Action 
Birmingham-Southern College
Assistant Director of Service-LearningJuly 2006-July 2011
  • Built Birmingham-Southern Community Partnerships, focused on volunteer and course-based collaboration.
  • Recruited, trained and supervised Student Liaisons to Community Partners.
  • Published weekly service-learning e-newsletter for student body; created, edited, and formatted content related to social justice concerns.
  • Planned and co-instructed January-term courses and Alternative Spring Breaks (including immersion projects in rural Alabama; San Francisco; Washington, DC; Chennai, India; and Vilanculos, Mozambique). Primary responsibilities included site selection, travel and housing logistics, budget development, student leader training and support, communicating and planning service-learning activities with community hosts, and re-entry planning. Secondary responsibilities included assisting faculty advisor with syllabus development, reflection facilitation and course assessment.
Relevant Experience
Washington, DCBread for the World 
InternMay 2013-August 2013
  • Selected and compiled material for Bread for the Preacher online pastor's resource, including lectionary reflections, prayers, and worship aids.
  • Developed and implemented promotion plan for Songs for 1000 Days CD, creating website content and interviewing and profiling contributing artists.
  • Researched and reported on changing US religious trends among young adults and Latinos.
  • Led weekly prayers for Washington, DC staff.
Washington, DCMedSTAR Washington Hospital Center 
Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) InternJune 2012-August 2012
  • Visited patients and family members in the Oncology and Dialysis unit; provided pastoral preference, reflective listening, prayer and other religious resources.
  • Provided pastoral care to hospital employees, including nursing and administrative staff.
  • Served as on-call chaplain; responded to trauma and other emergency calls, and requests for chaplain assistance throughout the hospital.
  • Planned and led daily worship for hospital patients, visitors, and staff.
New Haven, CTYale Divinity School Office of Communications and Publications 
Writer, Notes from the QuadOctober 2012-present
  • Research and write articles on campus events for alumni newsletter.
  • Interview and profile members of the YDS community, including students, professors, staff, and alumni.
Other Professional Experience
Student Supervision and Advising: served as staff advisor to middle school and college-level student groups, overseeing leadership development, programmatic planning, and campus service initiatives.

Creating, Editing, and Formatting Print and Online Content: Experience writing newsletter, blog, and website content for campus, alumni, local and national audiences. Proficient with Publisher and Pages.

Grant-Writing and Reporting Experience: Proven success with grant applications and reporting, including federal and foundation grants.

Publications: "The Ongoing Narrative of Creation: Lectio Divina and Narrative Therapy in Conversation for Liberative Pastoral Theology and Care," The Journal of Pastoral Theology, Vol 23, No. 1 (2013).
Skills And Qualifications
James Haire Prize for Best Essays, Irish School of Ecumenics, 2006
Phi Beta Kappa, Birmingham-Southern College, 2004
Rotary International Ambassadorial Scholarship, 2003
Honors And Awards

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Rachel Downs
Passionate and creative seminarian seeking work in the global mission field, with particular interest in interfaith dialogue and conflict resolution, especially situations that might utilize strong Arabic language skills. Enjoys working in challenging situations that require critical thinking.
Geographically flexible
Geographic Limits
Yale Divinity School, New Haven CT
Master of Divinity,diploma in Anglican Studies, anticipated 2014.
  • Noor Majan Training Institute Ibri, Oman
    Critical Language Scholarship Intensive Arabic Language Program, Intermediate level, 2013

Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts, New York NY

Bachelor of Arts in Literary Studies, minor in Religious Studies, 2011.
  • University of Haifa International School, Haifa Israel
    Study Abroad, 2009-2010
New Haven, CT.IRIS 
VolunteerOctober 2013-Present
  • Tutor a refugee from Iraq in English language skills.
  • Serve as a companion to her, providing friendship and aiding her in adjusting to new culture.
  • Assist her in applying for subsidized housing.
Wallingford, CTSt. Paul's Episcopal Church 
Seminarian InternSeptember 2012 - May 2013
  • Taught and wrote curricula for a Lenten education program on violence in the Bible as well as for several adult classes on Episcopal polity.
  • Performed pastoral visits and counseling.
  • Preached three sermons a semester
  • Assisted in liturgical functions of Sunday services and funerals.
Norwalk, CTNorwalk Hospital 
Chaplain InternMay-August, 2012
  • Completed a unit of Clinical Pastoral Education by visiting patients in their rooms and working with them on spiritual and personal concerns.
  • Assisted patients from diverse religious backgrounds such as Roman Catholic, Pentecostal, and Jewish to fulfill ritual and therapeutic needs.
  • Responded to emergencies, comforting grieving family members, and discussed end of life issues.
  • Presented case studies for critique on patient visits.
New York, NYInterfaith Community 
Management InternFebruary 2011 - May 2011
  • Edited curriculum materials of Christian and Jewish children's religious education for an organization that helps interfaith families successfully maintain both religions.
  • Corresponded with organization members through email and phone about events and marriage counseling.
  • Organized event registration for Passover/Easter celebration.
Relevant Experience
New York, NYEpiscopal Relief and Development 
Seminarian Coordinator
  • Elected from class to report on Berkeley Divinity School activities regarding Episcopal Relief and Development to the Network coordinator.
  • Advocate for the organization's programs and educate the seminary.
New Haven, CT.Yale University Press 
Editorial InternOctober 2011-May 2012
  • Researched new authors for a series on works in translation, often in unfamiliar languages.
  • Updated acquisitions database with sales and marketing information.
Stamford, CT.Purdue Pharma LP 
Library InternSummer 2009, 2010
  • Researched and reported on drug developments in neuropathic pain.
  • Compiled a palliative care and business resource for Latin America.
  • Created Powerpoint presentations on research and updated website.
Other Professional Experience
  • Conversationally fluent in Modern Standard Arabic; conversational in French; and a beginner in Hebrew.
  • Confident and skilled in teaching, curriculum development, and public speaking, especially on the Bible and Christian theology.
  • Experienced in editing and writing for publication through publishing stories on the Yale Divinity School news website and BA in Writing.
  • Well traveled and comfortable in diverse cultures.
  • Can articulate a clear call to mission.
Skills And Qualifications

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Sarah Ginolfi
Candidate for holy orders from the Diocese of Central Pennsylvania seeks curacy or assistant position in a parish or religious school. Particular interest in youth ministry, education, drama, and community outreach.
Yale Divinity School, New Haven, CT
M.Div. Anticipated, May 2014

Berkeley Divinity School, New Haven, CT
diploma of Anglican studies Anticipated, May 2014

Hunter College, New York, NY
non-degree graduate, 2008 Focus: Adolescent English Education

Messiah College, Grantham, PA
B.A. magna cum laude, May 2008
Major: English (creative writing) Minor: Theatre
Recognitions: Boyer Scholar, English Honor Society
New Haven, CTBerkeley Divinity School at Yale 
Chapel Minister2013- present
  • Collaborate with students, faculty, and staff to plan and execute creative worship in the Anglican-Episcopal tradition
  • Train and mentor peers in liturgical leadership
  • Organize and participate in a musical ensemble to enhance bi-weekly Spanish Morning Prayer
Hartford, CTThe Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut 
EYE Planning Team Co-Coordinator2013-present
  • Assist Bishop Jim Curry in organizing, advertising, and developing the Diocese of Connecticut's delegation to the Episcopal Youth Event (a trienniel gathering of teenagers in The Episcopal Church)
  • Organize and facilitate information sessions and welcome events
Trumbull, CTGrace Episcopal Church 
Seminary Intern/Bible Teacher2012-present
  • Create and facilitate a middle school/high school bible study program in partnership with Christ Church, Tashua (2012-present)
  • Preached monthly to the congregation (2012-2013)
  • Coordinated mission outreach to the domestic worker community in collaboration with St. John's Episcopal Church, Bridgeport (2013)
Hartford, CTPartners in CPE 
Chaplain Intern2012
  • Responded to all emergencies and traumas during 24 hr. on-calls as well as the routine care of patients on the neurosurgery unit at St. Francis Care and Medical Center
  • Provided pastoral care to residents in the dementia/Alzheimer's secured unit at Saint Mary Home, an assisted-living facility
Various locations, PAThe Episcopal Diocese of Central Pennsylvania 
Youth Mentor and Camp Counselor2002-2011
  • Planned and led small groups with middle and high school students
  • Chaperoned mission trips to New Orleans, LA and Outer Banks, VA
  • Organized wilderness excursions and overnights
Harrisburg, PASt. Stephen's Episcopal Cathedral 
Community Life Intern2010-2011
  • Lived in an intentional community with seven housemates and participated in the ordination discernment process through the Cathedral
  • Co-Ministered to the local young adult (twenties) community with other house residents via weekly community dinners, programmed events, and leadership of the church youth group
Iona, ScotlandThe Iona Community 
Children's Worker and Sacristan's Assistant2010
  • Assisted the sacristan with the liturgical and worship life of an ecumenical community that provided hospitality to guests from all over the world via week-long pilgrimages
  • Designed and facilitated a 10-day Easter program for children
Ministry Experience
Mechanicsburg, PAPamela Dunn, D.C. 
Administrative Assistant2010-2011
  • Organized events and talks to educate current patients and welcome new ones
  • Coordinated insurance billing system and generated a billing training manual to orient new employees
Anchorage, AKCamp Fire USA- Alaska Council 
Rural Program Specialist2009-2010
  • Recruited rural Alaskan communities to partake in a summer camping programs
  • Planned and led 2-week summer camping programs in 4 rural Alaskan villages
  • Mentored elementary students in Anchorage after-school programs
Other Professional Experience
  • Yale Divinity Drama- writer/producer/director/actor in a collaborative theatre ensemble (2011-present)
  • Student Council- Berkeley Representative (2012-2013)
  • International Experience: Brazil: Journey to Adulthood pilgrimage (to Recife in 2002 as a student, to Sao Paulo in 2011 as a chaperone)
  • International Experience: Handan, China: English Teacher and student Co-Coordinator (Messiah College, 2006)
  • International Experience: El Salvador: Relationship Building (Berkeley Divinity School, 2013)
  • Conversational in Spanish and willing to develop language further
  • Special skills: mandolin (intermediate), violin (intermediate), playwriting/sketch comedy writing (intermediate) all areas of theatre design, directing, improv
  • Experience and training in working with students with special needs
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Sarah Godbehere
Candidate for ordination in the Presbytery of New York City seeks networking opportunities for ministry in a parish setting. Particular interests include liturgical design, use of arts in worship, and Christian education.
Open to relocation within the United States or Canada.
Geographic LImits
Yale Divinity School, New Haven, CT
Candidate, Master of Divinity, 2014
Candidate, Certificate from the Insitute of Sacred Music, 2014

The City College of New York, New York, NY
Master of Science in Education, Honors, 2009

Williams College, Williamstown, MA
Bachelor of Arts magna cum laude with honors in Religion, 2004
Norwalk HospitalNorwalk, CT
5/13-8/13Chaplain Intern
Community hospital with vital spiritual care department.
  • earned one unit of Clinical Pastoral Education credit
  • provided pastoral care to patients and staff in the Emergency Department, pediatric unit, and general surgical unit
Hartford, CTFirst Presbyterian Church of Hartford, CT 
Seminary Intern9/12-4/13
Urban church with great racial, ethnic, and socio-economic diversity
  • led the congregation in worship through prayer, preaching, dance, song, and liturgy
  • participated with supervising ministers in pastoral care visits to parishioners at home and in hospital
  • taught Christian education classes to children, teens, and adults
  • directed multi-generational living nativity scene
New York, NYBroadway Presbyterian Church 
Church community in the heart of New York City with art and homeless outreach ministries
  • cared for those in need through prayer with individuals
  • served on the Board of Deacons and helped administer the Deacon’s Fund, which provides necessary economic support to congregants
New York, NYTransmission 
Organizer of the Church Community, Liturgist11/08-6/11
Emergent house church in New York City with a focus on creative liturgy
  • recruited members of the community to host worship, cook for the community, and lead liturgy for twice-monthly meetings
  • led monthly liturgy critique sessions informed by ritual theory
  • created innovative liturgy for the community
Matawan, NJFirst Presbyterian Church of Matawan, NJ 
Ruling Elder9/99-6/00
Mid-sized church active in local missions work
  • developed curriculum for “Second Hour” Sunday School and recruited teachers for the program
  • nominated members for ordained lay ministry as Co-Chairperson of the Nominating Committee
  • served as a member of Session; worked as a group to make administrative decisions for the church
Ministry Experience
Bronx, NYBelmont Preparatory High School 
Special Education Teacher9/07-6/11
  • taught literacy classes for self-contained special education students and dance electives open to all students
  • Individualized Education Program (IEP) Coordinator for approximately 70 students (9/08-6/11)
New York, NYH.T. Dance Company 
Administrator, Teacher, Dancer8/04-5/07
  • wrote narrative segments for grant proposals and final reports
  • led the development of a customized database for the organization’s school, theater, and company
  • managed the Mulberry St. Theater by creating publicity materials, serving as artist liaison, and running front of house during performances
  • taught advanced ballet class for teens and adults
  • performed and toured extensively with professional modern dance company, H.T. Chen & Dancers
Other Professional Experience
  • Sunday School teacher for high school students at First Presbyterian Church of New Haven, CT (9/13-present)
  • Able to read Biblical Hebrew and Greek
  • Able to speak basic, conversational Spanish
  • Professional Teaching Certification in New York State
  • Danced modern and ballet at a professional level
  • Basic knowledge of dance forms including waltz, contra dance, swing, salsa, tango, and Kathak, a classical dance from northern India
  • Study trips to Turkey, Greece, Syria, Egypt, Argentina, India, and Cuba
Additional Skills and Qualifications
  • Teacher of the Year for Small Classroom Instruction, Belmont Preparatory High School (6/10, 6/11)
  • New York City Teaching Fellow (6/07-9/09)
  • H. Ganse Little, Jr. Prize in Religion, Williams College (6/04)
  • Hubbard Hutchinson, Class of 1917, Memorial Fellowship in the Arts, Williams College (6/04)
  • Inducted into Phi Beta Kappa, Williams College (6/04)
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Linda Mackie Griggs
Candidate from the Diocese of North Carolina with a passion for preaching seeks a part- or full-time position that will utilize gifts for preaching, pastoral care and spiritual formation.
Geographically flexible.
Geographic Limits
Yale Divinity School, New Haven CT
Candidate, Master of Divinity, 2014

Berkeley Divinity School at Yale, New Haven CT

Candidate, Diploma in Anglican Studies, 2014

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, School of Library and Information Science
MSLS, 1984

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
AB History, 1982
Mamaroneck, NYSt. Thomas Episcopal Church 
Assistant to the Children's Education CoordinatorSeptember 2013-present
Part-time Interim Youth Minister for a diverse medium-size suburban parish in Westchester County, known for its vibrant outreach ministries.
  • responsible for pastoral care and spiritual formation for middle- and high school students, including preparation for Confirmation and conducting Children's Chapel services
  • participate in regular Sunday services, including preaching
North Branford, CTZion Episcopal Church 
Seminarian Intern2012-2013
Academic Year Intern for a small rural/suburban parish that is known locally as "the little church with a big heart."
  • preached at least three times a semester
  • responsible for training and mentoring middle school students as lectors in Sunday liturgy
  • Co-led a Lenten workshop on embodied prayer, teaching participants to make and pray with Anglican rosaries
  • assisted with two Eucharist services each Sunday, and other liturgies as needed, including Holy Week, funeral, baptism, and pet blessing services
  • presided three times at Monday evening Compline and healing services
Charlotte, NCCarolinas Medical Center 
Chaplain InternSummer 2011
Earned one unit of Clinical Pastoral Education credit at an 800-bed Level One Trauma Center.
  • served for over 300 clinical hours providing pastoral care for patients, their loved ones, and medical staff, including main shifts on two cardiac floors and six 12-hour on-call shifts covering the entire hospital, including emergency department, four intensive care departments, and Levine Children's Hospital
  • planned and officiated at two interfaith chapel services for staff and patients
Charlotte, NCChrist Episcopal Church 
Diocesan InternJuly 2009-January 2010
As a Nominee for Postulancy, served as Diocesan Intern for a large vibrant suburban parish.
  • served weekly as lector, chalice bearer, or preacher
  • in a monthly rotation, assisted as needed with departments of Parish Life, Congregational Care, Outreach, and Youth and Children's Ministries.
Charlotte, NCSt. Peter's Episcopal Church 
  • served as a member of the Outreach Committee, and as volunteer for Room In The Inn homeless ministry and Upper Room Prayer Ministry
  • tutored students in reading with the Augustine Project at St. Peter's
  • served regularly as lector and Eucharistic minister
Cincinnati, OHSt. Timothy's Episcopal Church 
  • co-led Women on the Journey, a weekly spritual formation group
  • served as member of the Vestry, Adult Spiritual Formation Committee, and Liturgy Committee
  • served as weekly volunteer with Inter Parish Ministry food pantry
  • served regularly as lector, intercessor, and Eucharistic minister
Charlotte, NCChrist Episcopal Church 
  • coordinated training and scheduling lectors and Eucharistic ministers for three Sunday services each week
  • chaired Liturgical Commission and Neighborhood Groups Committee
  • served on the Hospitality Task Force
  • taught Sunday school (third grade)
  • Bible School Storyteller
  • served regularly as lector and Eucharistic minister
Ministry Experience
Charlotte, NCCharlotte-Mecklenburg School System 
Elementary School Librarian/Media Specialist1989-1993
Suffolk, VASuffolk Public Library System 
Head of Reference Services1987-1989

Norfolk, VANorfolk Public Library System 
Jail Librarian, Reference Librarian1985-1987

Other Professional Experience
  • Co-founder and co-leader, Berkeley Divinity School's Joys and Concerns intercessory prayer team, 2012-present
  • volunteer, Chapel on the Green homeless ministry, 2012-present
  • volunteer, Loaves and Fishes food pantry 2011-present
  • Member Berkeley Divinity School Choir, 2011-present
  • Guest preacher: St. Thomas Episcopal Church (Mamaroneck, NY August 2012), St. Peter's Episcopal Church (Charlotte, NC, December 2012), Christ Episcopal Church (Blacksburg, VA, July 2013)
Additional Skills And Qualifications
  • Attended Preaching Foundation's annual Preaching Excellence Program, May 2013
  • Sermon, "Lament, Warning and Invitation" published in Celebrating 25 Years 1988-2013: Sermons and Comments from the Preaching Excellence Program May 25-May 31, 2013. Springfield, New Jersey: Episcopal Preaching Foundation, 2013.
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Kendra Joyner
Candidate for ordination within the Western North Carolina Association of the United Church of Christ with passion for youth and young adult ministry. Seeking a full time position that will utilize gifts of community building, programming, and creative liturgy.
Yale Divinity School, New Haven CT
Candidate, Master of Divinity, 2014

Catawba College
Bachelor of Arts, 2011 in Religion and Philosophy. Minor in Environmental Studies
  • Whitener Award 2011- Awarded to one male and one female of the graduating class who exemplify the values of Catawba College: scholarship, character, service, and culture
New Canaan, CTThe Congregational Church of New Canaan 
Youth Ministries fall 2012-present
The Congregational Church of New Canaan is a vibrant church with a thriving youth program of over 130 high school students.
  • Serve as Youth Adviser, helping to lead small groups (teams) of 15-20 high school students.
  • Plan bi-weekly team events to help foster Christian community among small groups.
  • Facilitate team life during ten day mission trips, on the work site, and during nightly team vesper services.
  • Help lead weekend service trips for high school seniors and freshmen to break down social barriers and help to create supportive relationships between the two groups.
  • Engaged in preaching and liturgical leadership for all three services
  • Taught fourth grade Sunday school, creating lesson plans that utilizes multiple intelligence theory, helping kids learn and grow in their faith (2012-2013)
New Haven, CT.Center for Faith and Culture 
Researcher and Events Coordinatoracademic year 2013-2014
  • Research Youth Groups across the U.S. gathering information on mission statements and programming - and the connection between the two.
  • Work on the "Transformation Through Pilgrimage" packet, a compilation of information about leading a mission trip, discussing logistics, vespers, community, and culture.
  • Help with communications for the Youth Ministry Initiative providing providing publicity around lectures through e-mail, Facebook, and other means.
Brookfield, CTThe Congregational Church of Brookfield 
Internsummer 2013
The Congregational Church of Brookfield, is an active UCC church with lively summer programming.
  • Preached and created liturgy for worship for both the early morning outdoor chapel service and the later traditional service, gave creative and engaging children 's sermons,helped to preside at the communion table
  • Wrote five weekly devotionals over the summer to be sent to the congregations e-mail list and mailed to home-bound members.
  • Facilitated a weekly multi-generational "Camp Fire Vespers" service during the month of July in which a liturgically creative worship service followed a shared meal.
  • Visited home and facility-bound members of the church
  • Observed baptism meetings, premarital counseling, and funeral preparation.
  • Attended administrative meetings of the church including church house, the investment advisers, nominating, deacons, church in society, church council. Met with the church treasurer,
  • Administered a Church Health Survey and presented findings to the church moderator, the Nominating Committee, and other church council members.
  • Chaperoned the week long mission trip involving 30 youth from the church. Worked with an Appalachian Service Project Site, co-facilitating the re-roofing of a house, and being pastorally present to the youth throughout the week as they explored their faith in action.
New Haven, CTYale - New Haven Hospital St. Raphael 's Campus 
Student Chaplainsummer, 2012
  • Responded to all emergencies and deaths hospital-wide when on duty at this Level One Trauma Center.
  • Responsible for the routine spiritual care of patients on the CPES (Child Psychiatric Emergency Services), short-term surgeries, and general medicine units
  • Facilitated two weekly group session with the CPES unit - one for children ages 4-10 and the other for ages 10-17. These group sessions used story telling to help facilitate discussion around beliefs, values, ethics and personal narratives.
  • Earned One Unit of CPE credit.
West Gardiner, MEPilgrim Lodge 
Nature DirectorSummer 2011
Pilgrim Lodge is a UCC camp that serves upwards of a hundred kids a week.
  • Led daily programming in which youth would be exposed to and engage with nature in a variety of ways from canoe trips to go blueberry picking, games that reflected the food chain system, and walks in which campers would identify various plants and animals.
  • Updated educational signs around camp that provided information about birds and plant life in the area.
  • Helped to lead songs, games, and team building exercises including a low ropes course.
Salisbury, NCCatawba College 
Volunteer Catawba Coordinatoracademic year 2009-2010
  • Collaborated on the organization of the "Harvest Moon Ball" which joined residents of a local retirement home with Catawba students for an evening of dancing and dinner.
  • Organized monthly "Breakfast Club" where Catawba students served breakfast to guests at Rowan Helping Ministries.
  • Maintained records of volunteer hours served by students.
  • Wrote grant proposal for and planned a service learning trip through Sharing With People of Appalachia (with the Mennonite Central Committee).
Ministry Experience
Rock Springs, WYSweetwater County Fire Department 
Wildland fire fightersummers 2008-2010
  • Served Sweetwater County in fire mitigation and prevention.
  • Responsible for being 24hr on call; responded to pages for fires throughout the county
  • Worked on preventative prescribed burns.
  • Received training in fire behavior, mitigation, and management of fire. Obtained on the job knowledge of various tools, of truck and shop maintenance, and chain saw usage.
Other Professional Experience
  • Trained to teach 7-9 and 10-12 Our Whole Lives curriculum. UCC Nashua NH, February 2012.
  • Certificate, Negotiating Boundaries, Yale Divinity School, 2012.
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Rebecca Keller
Organized and detail-oriented religion scholar seeks full time position where passion for history and teaching might be utilized.
Willing to consider relocating within the continental United States.
Geographic Limits
Yale Divinity School, New Haven CT
Master of Arts in Religion,
concentrate in History of Christianity, anticipated 2014.

George Mason University

Bachelor of Arts cum laude Religious Studies, 2011.
New Haven, CTYale University 
Archivists' AssistantSeptember 2012-Present
  • Responsible for completing work on the General Prints collection, including sorting and filing prints, and cataloguing all information.
  • Work on other projects as assigned, including creating finding aids (which provide patrons with detailed information about collections) for the library database, creating catalogue records, rehousing, and applying and inputting bar codes.
Fairfax, VirginiaGeorge Mason University 
Teaching AssistantSpring 2011
  • Assisted in the teaching of a Religion 100 (Human Religious Experience) class of 78 undergraduate students with professor Chad E. Seales (now at University of Texas).
  • Graded all essays, kept records of grades and attendance.
  • Fielded questions about class material.
Arlington, VARestoration Anglican Church 
Administrative AssistantFebruary 2010 - August 2012
  • Managed membership records for over 250 members.
  • Created and managed all church communications, including weekly bulletins, worship guides, websites, podcasts, flyers, handouts, invitations, and other print media.
  • Managed the Rector’s calendar and coordinated meetings.
  • Maintained church facilities.
  • Planned and coordinated church events.
Relevant Experience
Monday's ChildAlexandria, Virginia
  • Received and processed inventory.
  • Coordinated and kept record of all charitable donations.
  • Assisted shoppers.
Other Professional Experience
  • As graduate student, balanced part-time job and academic responsibilities. Have met one hundred percent of deadlines to date.
  • As undergraduate, balanced community service work, nearly full-time job, and academic duties. Graduated cum laude.
  • Highly organized and highly motivated.
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Tim Kennedy
M.Div. candidate with M.A. in education and human development seeks transition to high school/college chaplaincy and teaching after fulfilling dozen year career in government and lifetime of non-profit/ministry leadership
Geographically flexible
Geographic Limits
Yale Divinity School, New Haven, CT
Candidate, Master of Divinity, 2014

Berkeley Divinity School at Yale, New Haven, CT
Candidate, Diploma in Anglican Studies, 2014
Candidate, Certificate in Educational Leadership and Ministry, 2014

Georgetown University, Washington, DC
Certificate in Government Executive Leadership, 2010

Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Cambridge, MA
Exec. Ed. Certificate, Sen. Exec. in Nat. and International Security, 2008

Episcopal Seminary of the Southwest, Austin, TX
Continuing Education Certificates, 2009-2011

The George Washington University, Washington, DC
MA, Education and Human Development, 2005

Austin College, Sherman, TX
BA cum laude, Political Science and Religion, 1998
New Haven, CTBerkeley Divinity School 
Chapel Minister2013-Present
  • Serve on a team that plans and conducts daily Morning Prayer/Eucharist and a weekly Community Eucharist
New Haven, CTSt. John's Episcopal Church 
  • Served as Liturgical Coordinator and Acting Church Administrator during extended period of pastoral leadership transition
Houston, TXEpiscopal High School 
Religion TeacherSummer 2013
  • Taught 9th grade Old Testament and 10th grade New Testament
  • Modified curriculum for summer intensive courses, incorporating scholarly materials, camp games, and audio-visual resources
San Antonio, TXCHRISTUS Santa Rosa Hospital 
Clinical Pastoral Education Hospital Chaplain InternSummer 2012
  • Served as on-call chaplain for entire hospital
  • Focused ministry on pediatric oncology patients and families
  • Served as summer camp cabin counselor for teen cancer patients
New Haven, CTSt. John's Episcopal Church 
Parish Intern2012-2013
  • Coordinated with Worship Team and Rector on liturgy and music for weekly and special worship services; served as service verger; and designed and published all church bulletins
  • Led adult lectionary class and taught teen confirmation class
Washington, DCCapitol Hill Presbyterian Church 
  • Served as Ruling Elder/Session (governing body) Member
  • Chaired Education Committee, chaired annual Retreat Committee, and co-chaired Finance Committee
  • Led adult lectionary class and teen youth group
Montreat, NCMontreat Youth Conferences 
Youth Small Group LeaderSummers 2009 and 2011
Ministry Experience
New Haven, CTYale Divinity School 
Student Employee2011-Present
Served in various paid campus leadership roles, including:
  • Dean's Office Special Events Assistant
  • Alumni Office Special Projects Manager
  • Fall Orientation Events Manager and Small Group Leader
  • Berkeley Center House Resident/Hospitality Coordinator
Washington, DCLockstep Consulting, LLC 
Senior Consultant to U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS)2009-2011
Advisor to Senior Officials / Program Manager / Policy Development, Coordination, and Implementation -- Served as a principle advisor to the Secretary, Deputy Secretary, Chief of Staff, Continuity Coordinator, Component Heads, and senior staff on continuity and emergency preparedness.
Washington, DCDHS Office of Legislative Affairs 
Associate Director (Strategic Planning) / Schedule C Appointee (GS-14)2008-2009
Washington, DCThe White House -- Executive Office of the President 
Homeland Security Council -- Director of Continuity Policy2007-2008
Supported the Asst. to the President for Homeland Security & Counterterrorism in policy development and implementation of classified and unclassified Enduring Constitutional Government, Continuity of Government, and Continuity of Operations efforts to ensure preservation of government and continuing performance of essential functions
Washington, DCOffice of the Republican Leader 
Special Assistant2007
Washington, DCOffice of the Speaker of the House 
Special Assistant2003-2007
Washington, DCOffice of U.S. Rep. Mac Thornberry 
Executive Assistant / Office Manager / Systems Administrator / Staff Assistant1998-2003
Sherman, TXAustin College 
Resident Assistant / Head Resident / Summer Conference Assistant1995-1998
Other Professional Experience
Yale Divinity SchoolNew Haven, CT
Student Council Rep. / Student Rep. to the Faculty2011-Present
The Osgood Center for International StudiesWashington, DC
Board of Directors Member
National Young Leaders ConferenceWashington, DC
Staff Trainer / Youth Leadership Seminar Presenter2000-2003
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Leigh Mackintosh
Candidate from Diocese of Southwestern Virginia with passion for Christian Education and youth ministry, seeks first full time position that will utilize gifts and creative skills in liturgy, pastoral care, and teaching.
Yale Divinity School New Haven CT
Master of Divinity, 2013
Diploma in Anglican Studies, Berkeley Divinity School at Yale, 2013

Lynchburg College
Bachelor of Arts (Music Education), 2007
Charlottesville, VAUVA Medical Center 
Chaplain Resident2013-2014
Earned three credits of Clinical Pastoral Education serving as hospital chaplain at this Level One Trauma Center.
  • Respond to emergencies on duty and provide routine spiritual support to staff, patients, and families for the surgery/trauma/burn ICU, emergency department, and surgical units
  • Complete weekend and overnight on-call shifts and respond to emergencies, deaths, and pastoral care requests hospital-wide
  • Regularly plan and lead interfaith worship and prayer services in hospital chapel
  • Facilitate spirituality group for patients on the psychiatry unit as needed
New HavenBerkeley Divinity School at Yale 
Chapel Minister2012-2013
Year-long internship serving on a liturgical team that designs, plans, and leads all daily and weekly worship services for Berkeley Divinity School.
  • Plan, create, and lead various liturgies including Celtic Evensong w/ Healing, Contemplative Eucharist; Lessons and Carols, Holy Cross Feast Day Celebration, etc.
  • Coordinate master serving schedule for all Berkeley seminarians
  • Train and guide ushers, acolytes, crucifers, lectors, officiants, subdeacons, deacons and celebrants in all services
  • Assist in pastoral care of the community
  • Serve as a resource person for chanting and speaking Spanish
Lynchburg, VASt. Paul's Episcopal Church 
Youth Coordinator & Choral Section Leader2007-Present
  • Created and coordinate Christmas pageant (2009) still in use by the parish
  • Served as youth coordinator (2009-2010)
  • Assisted with middle school youth mission trip to Salter Path, NC (2010)
  • Served as Vacation Bible School coordinator (summers 2009 and 2010)
  • Preach upon request of the Rector and serve regularly at Sunday services
  • Lead second-soprano section in choir and write musical arrangements for organist/choirmaster as needed (2007-present)
  • Compose two hymns for Sunday Eucharist with Healing (2012)
Callaway, VASt. Peter's-in-the-Mountains & Phoebe Needles Center 
Seminary Intern and Camp ChaplainSummer 2012
Summer bivocational internship combining elements of camp and parish ministry. Served in a small, rural parish whose congregation held a strong commitment to fellowship together in Christ and congregational singing. Also, served as camp chaplain for the diocesan Episcopal camp and conference center; a place where youth encounter God in Creation through experiential learning.
  • At the parish, held bi-weekly preaching responsibilities and assisted with additional services as needed by the Rector
  • Utilized music background in both parish and camp by playing violin, organ, and guitar, singing in the choir and leading singing.
  • Provided pastoral care and guidance to camp center staff and campers; led and assisted with daily evening devotions and stations of the cross meditation walks
  • Led and assisted in all camp activities including rock climbing, low ropes, high ropes, and hiking,
  • Served as a lifeguard and swim instructor for campers.
  • Facilitated daily staff meetings for residential camp
Stamford, CTSt. John's Episcopal Church 
Seminary Intern2011-2012
Year-long academic internship in a diverse, urban parish.
  • Preached 1-2 times a semester for all three worship services
  • Regularly serve as chalicist and lector; played violin and sang as needed
  • Assisted deacon in training acolytes and crucifers and served these roles when necessary.
  • Helped design an online new members program for adults joining the parish.
  • Co-led weekly Bible study with associate pastor
  • Co-led and developed a spiritual formation curriculum preparing youth for their mission trip to Haiti
  • Led youth in contemplative prayer service
New Haven, CTHospital of St. Raphael's 
Student ChaplainSummer 2011
Earned one unit of Clinical Pastoral Education credit at this Level Two Trauma Center.
Ministry Experience
Lynchburg, VAOpportunity House Boys' Home 
Youth Counselor2008-2010
Served as an advocate and mentor for short term and long term residents age 12-17 in the Lynchburg region and surrounding counties
  • Managed all house residents during daily and evening activities including chores, meals, recreation, field trips, medications, and bedtime
  • Designed and taught a variety of life skills to groups and individuals
  • Facilitated community service projects with St. Paul's Episcopal Church and the wider Lynchburg community
  • Worked closely with caseworkers and supervisors to help youth define goals and progress throughout the program. Provided guidance and discipline as needed
Lynchburg, VACourtland Center: Crisis & Drug Rehabilitation 
Residential Technician2008
Managed daily and evening activities for men and women in a residential setting battling drug addiction or a mental crisis.
  • Led groups on art/music therapy, healthy recreation, recovery, and life skills
  • Transported clients to NA/AA meetings
  • Provided a stable routine and environment for community
Other Professional Experience
  • Semi-professional violinist
  • Composer, music arranger, and playwright
  • Spanish: Proficient
  • Greek: Elementary reading ability
  • Lifeguard/Swim Instructor (2007-present)
  • Experience leading white water rafting trips, rock climbing, high and low ropes courses
Additional Skills And Qualifications
  • Thomas Philips Memorial Award for the study and practice of Anglican liturgy 2013
  • Berkeley Divinity School William Palmer Ladd Scholarship Prize 2012
  • St. Raphael’s Hospital STAR Award for Outstanding Hospitality 2011
  • Virginia Berger Award for Music Scholarship 2007
  • “Flash and Smoke” essay published in Agora: Journal for Undergraduate
  • Scholarly Papers 2006
  • “Lovely Day for a Funeral” play published in The Prism: Literary Magazine 2004
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Stephen J. McCarthy, Jr.
Postulant in the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts with strong pastoral and intellectual interests seeking employment in parochial and educational contexts.
Open to relocation
Geographic Limits
Yale Divinity School, New Haven, Connecticut
Master of Divinity, Anticipated 2014
study abroad: Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen, Germany (2012–2013)

Berkeley Divinity School at Yale, New Haven, Connecticut
Certificate of Anglican Studies, Anticipated 2014
Certificate in Educational Leadership and Ministry, Anticipated 2014

Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York
Bachelor of Arts in German Studies, 2010
Minors: History of Western Philosophy and Classics (Ancient Societies).
Münster Summer Abroad Program, Münster, Germany (Summer 2007)
study abroad: Freie Universität Berlin, Germany (Spring 2009)
Portland, MaineMaine Medical Center 
Student ChaplainSummer 2013
Provided pastoral care for hospital patients, with individual responsibility for the emergency department and the acute inpatient psychiatric ward. Collaborated as a member of the team delivering care to the inpatient cancer unit. Practiced crisis ministry, responding to level one trauma cases and serving as on-call chaplain nights and weekends.
Portland, MaineSeafarer's Friend 
Chaplain AssociateSummer 2013
Served commercial mariners in the international shipping industry, making visitations on board, facilitating religious and spiritual activities and providing advocacy as needed.
Natick, MassachusettsSt. Paul's Episcopal Church 
Youth Ministry Intern2010-2011
Worked with an energetic and expanding parish youth group of over 40 middle and high school students using Journey to Adulthood and Rite 13 curricula. Supported volunteer staff, especially as behavioral difficulties arose. Helped youth create and implement their own diocesan wide retreat programming.
Ministry Experience
Canaan, New HampshireCardigan Mountain School 
Teacher of Latin2010-2011
Taught four classes of Latin to seventh through ninth grade boys and responsible for shaping and implementing the classics curriculum for the school. Served as a live-in dorm-master, supervising eighth-grade residents and helping them to resolve conflicts. Mentored boys as an assistant athletic coach. Also taught Latin and English classes for the school’s summer session.
Poughkeepsie, New YorkDepartment of German Studies, Vassar College 
Academic Intern2009-2010
Appointed by the department faculty to tutor students individually, conceive and coordinate extra-curricular programming, as well as oversee a team of student research assistants.
Other Professional Experience
German, General Proficiency
, Reading Skills,
Classical Greek,
Reading Skills

Awarded a scholarship from the Baden-Württemberg Stiftung for study in the faculty of Protestant theology at the University of Tübingen, including membership in the Tübinger Stift (2012-2013)

Lillian B. Stroebe Prize for excellence in German, awarded for senior thesis on Friedrich Hölderlin, Vassar College (2010)

Treasurer, Mahagonny Contemporary Music Ensemble, Vassar College (2007-2008)

Participant & Panelist, “Secularity and the Liberal Arts,” Teagle Foundation (2007-2008)

Member, Men’s Varsity Squash, Vassar College (2006-2008)

Sponsored Participant, 5th National Interfaith Youth Corp Conference, Chicago, Illinois (2007)

Charles Lanier Appleton Prize, awarded for work as Senior Prefect, Groton School (2005-2006)

Member, United States Team, World Individual Public Speech and Debate Championships, The English School, Nicosia, Cyprus (2005)
Additional Skills and Qualifications

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Michael Anton Repas
With interlocking religious and secular components to my education and work experience in the ethics of international development, I am seeking employment in development to allow my extensive project management, international development, and applied ethics experiences to be well-utilized.
Geographic Limits
Master of Divinity, Yale Divinity School, New Haven CT, anticipated 2014

Master of Arts: Ethics, Peace, and Global Affairs (Ethics of International Development) American University, Washington, DC, 2011

Bachelor of Arts: International Studies (Peace & Conflict Resolution); Philosophy; Computer Science American University, Washington, DC, 2010
Washington, DCInternational City/County Management Association 
Knowledge Network Associate2010
● Assisted in launching, running, perfecting the new website, known as the Knowledge Network (a combination of social networking and community discussion of information)
● Coordinated between local government employees to share their experiential evidence of how to best manage a municipality
● Facilitated communications between different internal departments, to make the website a key component of all operations
● Composed several published reports on a variety of topics of interest to local governments and the employees thereof
Washington, DCSaint Paul's Lutheran Church, ELCA 
Ministry Intern2008
● Aided, accompanied, and assisted with all job functions of the two ordained ministers at the 800-member church
● Assisted with planning and preparation for, and later attended 20-person mission trip to orphanage in Zambia for 16 days
● Composed and preached a well-received sermon for Father’s Day of 2008
● Planned, initiated contact for, and led innovative week-long community service camp for high school students
Washington, DCThe Luther Institute 
Research Assistant2008
● In charge of completely revamping the filing systems and data files of the Institute; streamlined daily procedures as a result
● Assistant to the Director during the awarding of the annual Wittenberg Achievement Award; planned and attended ceremony
● Assistant to the Director for the duration of funding changes; worked to prepare materials for the Board of Directors
Relevant Experience
New Haven, CTYale Law School 
Computer Assistant2012-2014
  • Worked with students, staff, and faculty to ensure smooth technological experiences
Washington, DCRed Line Tech Support 
  • Started a highly-successful small business for personal and professional technical support
Washington, DCThe Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial Commission 
Research Assistant2007-2008
  • Involved in the research that helped shape the Eisenhower Memorial in Washington, DC
Washington, DCThe White House Commission on Remembrance 
Head Intern2007
  • In charge of helping facilitate memorial events for fallen servicemen and women across the nation
Other Professional Experience
  • Fluent in French (written, spoken); basic Hungarian and Hebrew
  • Highly proficient with computer software and hardware; extensive experience rebuilding, repairing, and troubleshooting Windows, Mac, Linux, and Unix machines
Skills And Qualifications
  • Yale Divinity School Scholarship (2011-2014)
  • Scottish Rite of Freemasonry Scholarship (2011-2014)
  • American University Charley D. Hardwich Scholarship for MA (2010)
  • American University Edward B . Lewis Scholarship for the Ministry (2008)
  • American University Dean's Scholarship (2006-2010)
  • Eagle Scout (2006)
Honors And Awards
"Using Free, Open-Source Software in Local Governments: Streamlined Internal Computing for Better Performance and Record Keeping " (available online at:
"Local Government Use of Social Media to Prepare for Emergencies" (available online at:

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The Rev. Sarah Slater
Transitional Deacon from the Diocese of Washington, DC with a passion for pastoral ministry and Christian formation seeks assistant rector or school chaplaincy position that will utilize gifts and skills in pastoral care, teaching, community building and administration.
Yale Divinity School, New Haven CT
Candidate, Master of Divinity, 2014
Berkeley Divinity School at Yale, New Haven CT
Candidate, Diploma in Anglican Studies, 2014

Syracuse University, Syracuse NY
Master of Science,Summa Cum Laude, in Social Work, 1994
Master of Science, Summa Cum Laude, in Special Education, 1983

University of Arizona, Tucson AZ
Bachelor of Arts, Summa Cum Laude, in Education, 1982
New Haven, CTSt. Hilda's House, Christ Church 
Seminary Intern2013-2014
Academic year internship as Chaplain to nine young adults serving in Episcopal Service Corps.
  • Provide pastoral care and leadership in weekly House Meetings
  • Respond to spiritual and personal concerns
  • Led or Co-Led Christian Formation sessions on "Managing Conflict: A Christian Response," MBTI/Enneagram, "Community Discernment and Ministry"
North Haven, CTSt John's Episcopal Church 
Seminary Intern2012-2103
Academic year internship in 150 member village parish with a long history of worship, service and hospitality.
  • Assisted in development and leadership of weekly Saturday and Sunday worship services under the Rector’s supervision
  • Developed and led weekly Bible Study sessions that explored how that week’s Scripture lessons directly inform and shape our lives as Christians
  • Initiated and organized intergenerational St. John’s Stitching Ministry which provided prayer shawls for the Pastoral Care team and cold weather items (scarves, hats, gloves) for community members in need
  • Created and led adult education program “Touching God: Using Prayer Beads to Deepen Your Relationship With God”
  • Preached several times each semester
  • Acted as resource to the Director of Children’s/Young Adult Ministries including: assisting with lesson planning and implementation of Sunday school lessons and providing supplementary materials from Ministry Resource Center at Yale Divinity School
Derby, CTGriffin Hospital 
Hospital Chaplain InternSummer, 2012
Earned one unit of Clinical Pastoral Education credit during summer program at this Level Two Trauma Center.
  • Responded to all emergencies when on duty as well as the routine spiritual care of patients in the Emergency Department, Special Procedures Unit, and Childbirth Center
  • Co-led 8-week Spirituality Group with 20-25 clients enrolled in Chemical Dependency Intensive Outpatient Program
  • Completed 11 overnight and weekend on-call rotations responding to hospital-wide emergencies, deaths, and pastoral care requests
Washington National CathedralWashington, D.C.
1998-2011VolunteerCathedral Center for Prayer and Pilgrimage
  • Designed and lead day long pilgrimages for visiting parish groups, confirmation classes, local attendees
  • Completed year-long program in Spiritual Direction (2007-2008)
2007-presentMemberCathedral Congregation
  • Created and coordinated the first Cathedral Congregation Ministries Fair highlighting 29 different ministries
  • Selected as member of Pastoral Care Committee which originated, designed and established Pastoral Care Team for Cathedral Congregation
  • Serve as Healing Minister, Lay Eucharistic Visitor, Lay Eucharistic Reader, Knitting Minister, Cathedral Prayer Team
Ministry Experience
Rockville, MDMelvin J. Berman Hebrew Academy 
Director of Special Services2007-2011
Directed and coordinated special education and ESOL programs, with staff of 12, to provide services to approximately 250 students at all school levels: Pre-School, Elementary School, Middle School and High School, at private Modern Orthodox Jewish academy.
  • Created policies and procedures for screening, referral, placement and education of students with special needs resulting in earlier identification and intervention for students and an increase in delivery of appropriate services and programming
  • Initiated ongoing student-faculty dialogue to make daily worship more meaningful for High School girls, resulting in creation of women’s weekly student led Morning Prayer service
  • Expanded special services programming for Judaics courses increasing student retention and new applications
  • Facilitated design, development and implementation of all staff development
Rockville, MDJohns Hopkins University 
Faculty, Department of Special Education2003-2007
Developed and coordinated partnership programs with Montgomery County Public School District for current district employees and career changers; programs led to Master of Science degrees with state teaching certification in special education.
  • Designed and taught graduate level courses, seminars and workshops and advised students
  • Developed and launched websites for both programs which expanded recruiting procedures and streamlined application process
  • Organized and coordinated a marketing team to plan and oversee development of print, radio, television, and web advertising that resulted in 50% increase in student applications
NY and MDPublic Schools 
Special Educator1983-2003
Educator with 20 years experience in teaching, counseling, program development and program implementation at the K-12 level in urban and suburban schools.
  • Proven record of educating, mentoring and advocating for students, including students with disabilities and their families
  • Expertise in team building, differentiating instruction and working with diverse populations
  • Demonstrated success in training, mentoring and supervising staff.
  • Exceptional organizational, communication, collaboration and presentation skills
Other Professional Experience
  • Volunteer, Loaves and Fishes food pantry (2011-present)
  • Co-leader, member, Berkeley Divinity School Joys and Concerns intercessory prayer team (2011-present)
  • Participated in Episcopal Preaching Foundation annual Preaching In Excellence Program (May 2012)
  • Completed year long Disciples of Christ in Community (DOCC) Program (2006-2007)
  • Co-faciliator, DOCC Program (2009)
  • Certifications: Special Education: K-12, (Maryland, New York); Elementary Education: K-6 (New York); Social Work (New York)
Additional Skills And Qualifications

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Mac Stewart
Candidate from the Diocese of North Carolina seeking work in parish ministry with a particular emphasis on preaching and teaching the gospel, leading worship, and facilitating ministry among the poor.
Yale Divinity School, New Haven, CT
Candidate, Master of Sacred Theology, with a focus in Anglican theology, 2014
Candidate, Certificate in Anglican Studies, Berkeley Divinity School, 2014

Duke Divinity School, Durham, NC
Master of Divinity, summa cum laude, with a Certificate in Anglican Studies, 2013

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
B.A., Philosophy, 2009
Durham, NCDurham VA Medical Center 
Student Chaplain2013
Earned one unit of Clinical Pastoral Education credit during summer program at this Veterans Affairs hospital.
  • made daily pastoral visitations to the sick and hospitalized on one general in-patient floor and one intensive care unit
  • shared bi-weekly overnight on-call shifts, offering pastoral care for deaths and other emergencies
Durham, NCSt. Stephen's Episcopal Church 
Seminary Intern2012-2013
Academic Year Intern at this 150 member suburban parish.
  • assisted with worship planning and leadership, taking particular responsibility for special services during Lent (e.g., Stations of the Cross, Good Friday liturgies)
  • preached twice a semester on Sundays, and on occasion for a shorter mid-week Eucharist
  • taught the Christian education class for youth during the spring semester
  • led a Bible study for the Adult Education hour on Sundays during Lent
  • served on pastoral care team, sharing Eucharistic visits to the sick and shut-in
Dallas, TXChurch of the Incarnation 
Seminary Intern2012
Summer Field Education Intern at this vibrant, 3000+ member church in Dallas that embraces the full breadth of worship in the Anglican tradition, offers robust programs of Christian formation for children and adults, and is deeply engaged in mission on both a local and international level.
  • served as subdeacon most Sundays for one or more of the traditional, Anglo-Catholic services, and regularly assisted at one of the additional contemporary, more evangelical Sunday services; also assisted at daily Morning Prayer and Eucharist
  • preached at one Sunday service, and regularly at a mid-week healing Eucharist
  • taught a weekly class exploring how various figures and movements in church history have engaged poverty and the poor
  • participated in a weekly cancer support group for those battling and recovering from grave illnesses
  • assisted pastoral care minister on hospital visitations
  • helped lead a week-long youth retreat at a Christian summer camp
Raleigh, NCSt. Ambrose Episcopal Church 
Seminary Intern2011-2012
Diocesan Intern at this 150 member, predominantly African-American Episcopal Church in Raleigh.
  • assisted regularly in worship leadership (reading lessons, leading prayers, serving as chalice bearer, etc.)
  • preached for all three Sunday services twice
  • served on the altar guild
  • helped teach Sunday school classes for youth
  • taught a weekly study during Advent on liturgical music as prayer
Dorchester, MASt. Mary's Episcopal Church 
Micah Project Intern2009-2010
Served as a Micah Fellow for the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts at this very small, richly diverse congregation in urban Boston.
  • assisted the leadership team of the church's weekly Food Pantry, taking particular responsibility for the collection of turkeys for distribution at Thanksgiving
  • regularly assisted with worship leadership, including sacristy duties
  • preached frequently (nearly once a month)
  • assisted with leadership of the youth group
  • served as church administrator for most of the year
  • took leadership roles in various projects, including neighborhood days of service and the construction of a playground on the church's campus
Ministry Experience
Member of the Ascension House community, a ministry of Christ Church, New Haven, August 2013 - present
  • members of this community commit to a regular rhythm of common prayer, shared meals, and active engagement in the Hill neighborhood of New Haven (contributing, for example, to the life and work of the Catholic Worker House of Hospitality down the street)

Member of the Community of the Franciscan Way, an Episcopal Catholic Worker community in Durham, NC, and a mission of the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina, Summer 2011 – present
  • the life of this community revolves around a regular rhythm of prayer (Daily Office from the BCP, with daily Eucharist), and fellowship with and hospitality for the poor and homeless, including shared housing and daily shared meals

Heavily involved in the Anglican Episcopal House of Studies at Duke Divinity School, August 2010 – May 2013
  • served as Morning Prayer coordinator for one year
  • served as sacristan for the community for three years
  • led or facilitated a number of instruction sessions on liturgical planning and leadership
Additional Skills and Qualifications
  • Phi Beta Kappa, UNC-Chapel Hill, Fall 2008
  • Recipient of the Holy Trinity Centennial Scholarship from Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Decatur, GA, 2013
Honors And Awards
Sermon Samples
The Rev. Greg Jones
Rector, St. Michael's Episcopal Church, Raleigh, NC
919-782-0731, ext. 117

The Rt. Rev. Anthony J. Burton
Rector, Church of the Incarnation, Dallas, TX

The Rev. Robert K. Kaynor
Rector, St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Durham, NC

The Rev. Dr. Colin Miller
Missioner of the Community of the Franciscan Way, Durham, NC, and Associate Rector, The Church of the Good Shepherd, Raleigh, NC

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Elaine Ellis Thomas
Transitional deacon from Diocese of Central Pennsylvania with passion for liturgy, preaching, teaching, social justice and reconciliation seeks first full-time ordained ministry position where I can continue to learn and grow while utilizing my extensive experience in organization management and leadership development.
Yale Divinity School, New Haven CT
Master of Divinity, 2013

Berkeley Divinity School at Yale, New Haven CT
Diploma in Anglican Studies, 2013

Eastern University
Bachelor of Arts, Organizational Management 1999
New York, NYTrinity Wall Street 
Seminary InternSummer 2012
Summer intensive internship in Mission and Ministry at this corporate-sized urban parish known for its commitment to local, national, and international mission.
  • participated in and planned two primary Sunday services.
  • assisted regularly at daily Eucharist
  • officiated regularly at Morning and Evening Prayer
  • provided pastoral visitation and Eucharist to shut-ins
  • participated in twice-weekly brown-bag lunch ministry
  • developed and delivered five-week adult book study
  • participated in mission outreach program bringing art projects to a local elementary school
  • planned and assisted with major mission partners roundtable held in November, 2012, writing white paper report with theological reflection and summary
New Haven, CTColumbus House 
Volunteer job counselor2010-2012 (spring)
Through local homeless shelter, counsel and coach men beginning recovery from substance abuse in resume and interview preparation.
  • bi-weekly coaching sessions with individuals.
  • assist in resume preparation and formatting.
  • conduct mock employment interviews.
Allentown, PADiakon Lutheran Social Ministries 
Hospice ChaplainSummer 2011