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Pastoral Minister (PT) | Our Lady of Peace Parish (Ashtabula)

Our Lady of Peace Parish: 3312 Lake Avenue, Ashtabula, Ohio 44004

Parish Size: Large

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Contact: Reverend Ray Thomas

A part time (18 hours per week) Pastoral Minister for Our Lady of Peace Parish is hoped for in January 2023.  Depending on the gifts and talents of the person selected,   responsibilities in these areas may be negotiated : Pastoral and Communion visitation, Bereavement ministry, small faith sharing group coordinator, RCIA-C  Coordinator, New  parish members, RCIA neophytes, and newly received, and elder ministry coordinator.  Applicants must be practicing active Catholics who meet or are willing to meet the diocesan certification standards.  A position description is available upon request.

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