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Are you ready to make a change in your current work setting?  The Diocese of Northwest Texas has lay job opportunities in some of our wonderful parishes. We also post openings for clergy positions in the diocese on our Transition Ministry page.

Before you reach for the classifieds, click the highlighted links and check out our employment opportunities. You'll see how rewarding working for God and his Church can be!

The Diocese of Northwest Texas

The Diocese of Northwest Texas is comprised of eighty counties covering 77,000 square miles.  Northwest Texas became a missionary district in 1911 when the Missionary District of Northern Texas split into two regions:  the Diocese of Dallas and the Missionary District of North Texas by action of the General Convention and petitioned the General Convention to become a diocese in 1958.  The diocese is the home of 32 parishes, missions and congregations; and five schools.

There is currently one position available in our diocese. To learn more about the parish, or to view its parish profile, please click on the available link.

St. Nicholas' Episcopal Church, Midland, TX -  Full-time Rector

To view the church portfolio, click this link.


For more information, or to inquire about future positions in our diocese, please contact:

Canon Mike Ehmer, Diocesan Transition Minister, at mehmer@nwtdiocese.orgor by phone at (806) 763-1370.

Thank you for visiting our Transition Ministry webpage.

In the late 1800’s a brave and adventurous shepherd, Warren Bacon, came to Lubbock from Missouri to grow and tend his flocks of sheep, to live, and to prosper. Through many trials and tribulations he created a magnificent home where today a shepherd of another more human flock continues to grow and tend his “sheep.” The Bishop Sam Hulsey Episcopal Center, known also as the historic Bacon House, located at 1802 Broadway, has enjoyed a lively past and lives on in the hearts of Lubbock-ites as the home of the Episcopal Church in Northwest Texas. 

View a video about the Center...

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Nancy McReynolds

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Paula Howbert

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JoAnn Rachele

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United Thank Offering Chair
Cindy Olive

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Triennial Delegate
Terry Joliffe