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Youth Advisor First Parish Church Duxbury Unitarian Universalist

First Parish Church Duxbury, a vibrant 300 member congregation on Boston’s South Shore, is seeking applicants for Youth Advisor, a new part-time paid position  working with 9th through 12th grade youth helping plan, organize, and participate in activities with the High School Youth Group, including weekly Sunday night meetings, overnights, fundraisers, and special events. The work should take between 12 and 20 hours per month and pays a stipend of $300 per month during the church year (10 months). The ideal candidate would be at least 25 (to ensure enough separation from the group), but also able to relate to youth in a meaningful way. Applicants should be familiar with and supportive of UU Principles. To apply, please submit a resume and letter of interest to

First Parish Unitarian Universalist - Canton

Office Administrator Position, Posted April 1, 2014

Applications Accepted through April 30, 2014

Position to start July 1, 2014

First Parish is an Equal Opportunity Employer

First Parish Unitarian Universalist - Canton, a lively, liberal faith community is seeking a part-time(20 hours per week) Office Administrator to begin July 1, 2014. The qualified applicant will have 2-4 years successful experience in an office setting, excellent skills in writing, communication, computer usage, problem solving, and project management. Bachelors degree preferred. He or she will exhibit strong empathy, the ability to multi-task, patience, flexibility and compassion.

The Office Administrator is the hub of communication flow for the Minister, the Director of Religious Education, the Parish Committee, and the Congregation. It is the responsibility of the Office Administrator to have the needed information on hand and to keep it current.

Our Office Administrator is responsible for a broad variety of functions that ensure the smooth operation of church programming and day-to-day procedures, with guidance from the minister. Directing the administrative affairs of the church includes tasks in the areas of:

Administration, including sustaining proper functioning of church office; management of church database; understanding and implementing church governance; attending monthly staff meetings.

Communication, including creating impeccable written communications on a weekly and monthly basis; facilitating communication among church leadership, membership and the community; educating FPUU members, friends, visitors, guest speakers etc. regarding FPUU policies as appropriate.

Leadership and Volunteer Support, including providing administrative assistance to Minister, professional staff and the Parish Committee; under the guidance of the Parish Committee overseeing the production of materials for FPUU Annual Meeting.

Management of Building Use, including overseeing the use of FPUU spaces by members and friends of the congregation for committee activities and FPUU events, including maintaining the church calendar; acting as the primary contact with people interested in renting space for regular meetings, weddings, memorial services and special events.

Ministry, including engaging in on-the-spot care of members of the community on issues that require sensitivity and empathy.

Skills needed to fulfill these demands include: clerical, organizational, verbal and written communication, human relations and ability to work independently,

Technology skills including website and Facebook maintenance, Microsoft Word, Excel and Publisher - all absolutely necessary for this position.

To Apply

Applicants should send a cover letter and resume along with the names and contact information of three professional references to:

Reverend Beverly Boke  

Please do not telephone the church. If you have questions please direct them to Rev. Bokes email address.All applications must be received by April 30, 2014.The Hiring Group will schedule interviews the week of May 12, 2014. For more information about the FPUU of Canton, Massachusetts, see


Interim Director of Lifespan Religious Education - Nashua, NH


The UU Church of Nashua is searching for a new Director of Religious Education for the first time in almost 30 years.  Chris Parker has been our DRE for 29 years and will be retiring in June. In addition to welcoming a full time interim DLRE this fall, we will also be calling a new settled minister this summer.  It is a time of much transition in our congregation, but also a time of great excitement. For complete information, go to

Interim Director of Religious Education

Channing Memorial Church in Newport seeks an Interim Director of Religious Education. For complete details, please fo to the Reports and Documents section of this website.

Youth Ministry Coordinator – Part Time

Be part of creating beloved community! First Parish Brewster Unitarian Universalist Church is looking for a part time Youth Ministry Coordinator. 6 hours a week, Sept 3-June 1st, Sunday evenings, $15 per hour. For further details visit and click on openings. Please send cover letter and resume to deer Sullivan, Children and Youth Ministries Director, by June 26th via email at or by mail: First Parish Brewster, c/o deer Sullivan, 1 Harwich Rd, Brewster Ma, 02631.

 Administrator Needed

The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Falmouth, on Cape Cod, is searching for a part-time office administrator. For additional information, please contact Rev. Bob Murphy

Acting Director of Religious Education

First Parish Church in Norwell is recruiting an Acting Director of Religious Education to serve during the transition between Directors of Religious Education by running the church school and Lifespan Religious Education programs which promote the personal and spiritual growth of the children and adult members of the church. This position will report to the Minister and Religious Education Committee and is up to 30 hours per week beginning August 25, 2013 through June 30, 2014.

The Acting Director is responsible for recruiting teachers and baby-care room workers for the church school year, providing teacher orientation and teacher support throughout the year, working closely with RE Committee and others to develop curriculum, getting feedback and developing the religious education program, coordinating, the Youth Group, working with the Minister and other interested church members to coordinate and/or provide Lifespan RE programs and other regular and routine operational duties. Contact Sue Robinson at or 781-294-8840 for additional information and a copy of the job description.


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