Dean of The Stevenson School for Ministry

Harrisburg, PA
Type: Clergy or Lay
Posted Aug 30, 2021
Job Title
Dean of The Stevenson School for Ministry
Name of church or organization
The Episcopal Diocese of Central PA
Harrisburg, PA
Job Description
The Stevenson School for Ministry seeks its next Dean

The Diocese of Central Pennsylvania seeks applications for the position of Dean of the Dean T. Stevenson School for Ministry. We seek a teacher-scholar and administrator who shares The Stevenson School’s mission and values, and commitment to the broad spectrum of formation for ministry in The Episcopal Church. Using deep experience in both online and in-person instruction and formation opportunities, major programs of the Stevenson School include local certification for ordination as deacon or priest (bi-vocational / “worker priests”) and all canonically approved lay ministries. The Stevenson School employs a high degree of collaboration with other church institutes including but not limited to local seminaries and inter-denominational resources in its mission. We seek applicants who share SSFM’s commitment to the formation of ministers for the Episcopal Church that are pursuing vocations in congregations.

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Type of Commitment
Full Time
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Application Process
To apply for the Stevenson School for Ministry (SSFM) Dean position please provide:
A Letter of Interest including an essay, of no more than 1,000 words, to tell us the following:
• A description of your own faith journey and theological perspective
• Your vision of formation for ministry in the next five to ten years and how we will meet the needs of the Church
• A detailed Resume or CV
• Your OTM, or other Transition Ministry profile, if applicable
Please send all documents to Carolyn Patterson, Human Resources Administrator, Diocese of Central Pennsylvania. For more information about The Stevenson School for Ministry, visit To learn more about Central PA, visit
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