St. Matthew's Cathedral
The Episcopal Church in Wyoming is now inviting applications for the Dean of our historic cathedral, St. Matthew’s Cathedral in beautiful Laramie, Wyoming, the home of the University of Wyoming.
We believe God has been preparing the way for one of the most exciting phases of ministry in and through St. Matthew’s Cathedral – a future that builds on its remarkable history, strategic ministry and tremendous potential. This unique opportunity at the Cathedral comes at a distinct moment in time in the life of the Episcopal Church of Wyoming as we seek to serve “Christ on the New Frontier.” As a Diocese, we are finding ourselves on the verge of something new, focusing on a “frontier” vision of the future, through an ongoing exploration of spiritual discovery that engages the frontiers of our hearts, minds, churches and communities.
As our Cathedral finds itself entering into a new chapter in its historic ministry and mission, we believe it is positioned to experience its most fruitful days ahead, toward thriving in depth and breadth. We believe that St. Matthew’s Cathedral is primed to serve in new and fresh ways in a spiritually transformational role within the cultural and educational heart of Wyoming. This is one of the most exciting opportunities within the Episcopal Church as we envision a cathedral in the 21st century.
We invite you to explore joining us on this adventure of seeing Christ walk the Wyoming road.
SEE THE POSITION PROFILE BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION
TO APPLY: Interested candidates should send their CV/resume, OTM profile, and a cover letter to Canon Jessica Reynolds, Canon for Finance and Administration & Transitions Officer for The Episcopal Church in Wyoming - Email: email@example.com
Application Deadline: January 15, 2023
Dean Transition Timeline
“Let’s love our way through the process!"
We invite you to stay abreast of where we are at in the Dean transition process. Please check back on this page periodically to find updated information on the timeline for the Dean transition.
Vestry begins planning for cathedral transition, with the Rev. Gary Jones, our consultant: laying groundwork for a Cathedral Profile, while working with our Bishop and Diocesan Office on the process of appointing a Dean Search Committee and calling an Interim Dean
Appointment of our Search Committee, in consultation with our Bishop, including members of the vestry, the larger cathedral membership,
and diocesan representatives & Announcement of our Interim Dean Rev. Jamie Anderon who will begin September 11, 2022 and serve 6 – 9 months
Celebration of the ministry of The Very Rev. Brian Gross and our mutual ministry, with a special celebration on Sunday, August 28th.
After Dean Brian’s departure, the Search Committee sponsors in-person meetings and a cathedral-wide survey that will help complete our Cathedral Profile.
Publication and national distribution of our Cathedral Profile along with active recruitment efforts to develop strong pool of applicants
Interviews with candidates.
Vestry and Bishop issue a call to our next Dean