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Half-time Contract Minister in Fort Worth

First Jefferson Unitarian Universalist Church
1959 Sandy Lane, Fort Worth, Texas, 76112
(817) 451-1505

First Jefferson is a small congregation, with approximately 110 members, looking for a half-time minister.

Job responsibilities:

  1. Design worship services and preach twice a month (24 services)
  2. Support Worship Arts Committee in the development of lay lead services for the remainder of Sundays (28 services)
  3. Supervise administrative staff and DRE
  4. Remaining hours to be determined by applicant’s background, strengths and interests, including but not limited to Pastoral Care, Social Justice, Growth and Outreach


  1. Master of Divinity or BS/MS in related field
  2. Experience in a UU church setting in a Professional or Volunteer Position
  3. Strong communication skills

Compensation and Benefits:

The compensation package begins at $40K and includes salary, housing allowance, professional expenses, health, dental and retirement plans, Life and Disability insurance. The compensation package also includes vacation and paid sick time, as well as study leave. 

Please send resume and cover letter to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



Choir Director

Community Unitarian Universalist Church
2875 East Parker Road, Plano, Texas, 75074
(972) 424-8989

Could you be the new part-time, fun-loving Music/Choir Director for Community Unitarian Universalist Church in northeast Plano? This church is a progressive environment that welcomes you, whatever your background, gender or orientation. You love to develop amateur singers into a polished choir, and you have mastered the head-nod entrance that lets you accompany and conduct at the same time. You set a cheerful, encouraging energy in rehearsals and performance, taking advantage of the wide range of music our congregation enjoys. Finally, you have excellent communication and organizational skills; you welcome collaboration with the minister on services and are unafraid to work the coffee hour to recruit new singers. 
Community UU Church has about 150 members and, pre-pandemic, had 15-20 enthusiastic amateur choir members. The building has been undergoing repairs, and we expect to resume in-person services in February. 
The Music Director's duties include once-a-week evening choir rehearsals (August-June), conducting the choir and playing piano for two Sunday services per month, scheduling musicians for the remaining Sundays, and general planning and leadership of the church music program. The choir also sponsors/organizes a fundraising show once a year. The position (nominally quarter-time) usually requires about 20-25 hours/month and pays $900/month. Benefits include use of church facilities for private instruction and recitals and right of first refusal to perform at weddings and funerals held at CUUC, for additional compensation, and paid one-month vacation in July.
You can learn more about the church at All qualified people are encouraged to apply by sending a resume and cover letter to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
Fully vaccinated choir


Audio Visual Technician

Horizon Unitarian Universalist Church
1641 W. Hebron Parkway
Carrollton, Texas 75010
(972) 492-4940

Position Title:
Audio Visual Technician

On site production of sound, video and live stream during worship service, and creation of edited worship video for social media

Reports to:

Exempt Status:
Contract, Non-Exempt

Average 6 hours per week; Sundays in person 9:30am. to 12:30pm.

Start Date:

$20.00+/hour depending on experience and skills

Send resume and references to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The Audio Visual Technician runs the sanctuary AV system, records and live streams worship Sunday mornings, uploads videos to YouTube, runs presentation software, and designs digital graphics or slides as needed. Must work at the church Sunday mornings between 9:30am and 12:30pm. The Audio Visual Technician is also responsible for setting up, operating, testing, and troubleshooting audio and video equipment as needed.

Candidate will be expected to work with existing sound and video systems, troubleshoot issues, and communicate deficiencies in the existing equipment. The candidate must be able to work with volunteers in the AV booth who are responsible for aiding with camera work and presenting the slideshow during the service.

Qualifications and Skills Required:
• Has experience mixing audio successfully in the live environment; familiarity with sound mixers such as Mackie or Yamaha a plus.
• Familiarity with live sound reinforcement including speaker placement, microphone placement, equalization, and feedback suppression.
• Usage of wireless microphones, frequency channels and overlaps, knowledge of microphone types, pickup patterns, and placement.
• Will be expected to adjust camera angle and zoom throughout service.
• Knowledge of live streaming to YouTube.
• Ability to lightly edit videos, apply sound normalization, and publish videos on YouTube.
• Able to work in team settings and take directions.
• Have good communication skills and ability to convey complicated technical issues succinctly.
• Ability to think quickly and react/troubleshoot properly in high stress situations.

Horizon Unitarian Universalist Church is an equal-opportunity employer committed to inclusivity and diversity. Candidates who are Black, Indigenous or People of Color encouraged to apply.

The policies of Horizon Unitarian Universalist Church discourage hiring church members/friends or their immediate family members in an effort to exemplify best practices and maintain healthy boundaries



Nursery Caregivers

First Unitarian Church of Dallas
4015 Normandy Ave.
Dallas, Texas 75205

Job Description:
Job Title: Nursery Caregivers

Reports To: Childcare Coordinator
FLSA Status: Non Exempt, part time
Prepared & Approved By: Beth Dana June 3, 2021

Nursery Caregivers are responsible for the safety, care, and comfort of children ages 0-3 during Sunday
services and for children ages 0-14 for special events.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
• Provide childcare for infants and children on Sunday mornings from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. by:
o observing safety procedures at all time
o overseeing free play on equipment and with toys, ensuring that this is done safely
o providing care and comforting children as needed
o providing bottles of milk brought from home as requested
o changing diapers
o providing information and reassurance to parents as needed
o help to ensure that the Nursery is clean and inviting
Other Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
• Providing childcare outside of Sunday mornings for special events held at the church or off site for: trainings,
annual events and meetings, interest or affiliation group events, and others as your schedule permits

• Verifiable history of providing dependable and reliable care to infants and/or children
• Ability to interface with a diverse population of children, teens, and adults.
• Consent to and pass a criminal background check.
• Complete the free online training made available by the State of Texas Department of Family and Protective
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