For over 50 years, Holden Village has undergone a rich journey of faith. Transformed by volunteers and staff from a former copper mining town into a vibrant place of education, programs, and worship, Holden welcomes all who seek contemplation and community into the wilderness of the beautiful Cascade Mountains. Holden continues to invite people of all ages to engage in new rhythms, to be called, equipped, and sent for a sustainable life of faith outside the Village. We listen and reflect on our story and history and seek to discover our place and purpose in God’s creative mission around the world.
Holden is seeking teaching faculty for 2019 beginning in the spring of 2018. We seek candidates with expertise in Theology and Philosophy, Environmental and Social Sciences, Social Justice issues, and the Arts. If you are interested in serving on Holden’s teaching faculty, please consider submitting a proposal, which will be posted in the spring of 2018. If you know someone who may be interested in teaching, please share the submission information with them.
We especially seek qualified candidates who seek to bridge gaps between peoples and who focus on the critical and essential issues of the United States and the world today including the issues of racism and discrimination. We aim to cultivate an exceptionally qualified teaching faculty of diverse faith backgrounds, cultures, ethnicities, abilities, gender and sexual orientations, and ages.
We will also seek guest musicians who assist the long-term staff musician in leading the worship life of the Holden community. This primarily involves helping with worship services, but also includes special events and whenever else music can enliven the community's life together. If you are interested in serving as a guest musician on Holden’s teaching faculty, please consider submitting a proposal, which will be posted in the spring of 2018.
If you know someone you would like to see teach or serve as a guest musician, please share the submission information with them and encourage them to apply.
Submissions will be accepted until September 7, 2018.
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Holden Village invites Artists of all media–visual, literary, and performing–to apply for this unique teaching faculty position. As a Village Artist, you will have the opportunity to work independently on projects for the Village and to share your expertise through teaching sessions with guests and staff. Applications are accepted year-round and applicants are encouraged to apply in advance for their preferred service dates. READ MORE
Questions? Feel free to reach out to the Arts Enrichment and Outreach Lead at firstname.lastname@example.org.