Ability to work collaboratively with other members of the parish and diocese for the good of the community.
While remaining sensitive to the diversity of attitudes, values, and conditions found within a congregation, show an understanding of the centrality of the critical interpretation of scripture to the Episcopal tradition
Deep relationship with God, a personal commitment to the mission of the church (parish and diocese), and a strong sense of calling to share in the ministry of the Word
Participation in Sunday Eucharist and the life of the parish community.
Ability to interact with both children and adults in a respectful and age-appropriate manner.
Ability and willingness to learn and implement the catechetical skills necessary for different age groups.
Evidence of a passion for learning more about such subjects as Old Testament, New Testament, church history, and theology – for example, through participating in EFM, DOCC, Disciple, or other similar programs; or through continuing education courses
Evidence of a passion for teaching