Coworker, Ministry & Volunteer Opportunities
Glenmary Home Missioners is Catholic society of priests and religious brothers who, along with lay coworkers, are dedicated to serving the spiritual and material needs of people living in mission counties throughout Appalachia and the South. With missionary job opportunities, Glenmary serves the Catholic minority, by establishing a Church presence in areas where frequently less than 1 percent of the total population are Catholic; the unchurched, by testifying to our faith in mission regions where a significant percentage of the people have no church affiliation; and the poor, through our outreach and work for social justice in counties where the poverty levels are almost twice the national average.
Glenmary Home Missioners looks for passionate individuals committed to the mission effort to join our team. Check out the missionary job opportunities below to see if there is a job that is right for you.
Catholic Lay Evangelizer Ministry Position
The Glenmary Home Missioners is looking for Catholic lay people to engage in full time ministry in evangelization of the unaffiliated, unchurched, and non-Christians. The job would take place in Glenmary’s mission in Unicoi County, Tennessee. Persons interested need to be practicing Catholics with a background in Catholic theology, experience in evangelization, and an ability to share the gospel through creative initiatives. An option to live in an intentional community is available. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Glenmary is interested in speaking to lay people called to mission life in a variety of ways. To see more opportunities, click here.
What is Glenmary?
Glenmary is a Catholic society of priests, brothers and lay missioners who serve primarily in Appalachia and the deep South. Glenmary was founded in 1939 by Father William Howard Bishop, who had a dream that the Catholic Church would be present everywhere in the United States.
Glenmary has served mission churches in 14 states with the goal to return developed parishes to the care of the local diocese. We can then move on to new mission territory.
Glenmary is proud that more than 120 parishes are former Glenmary missions. Our missions are in counties where less than 1% of the population is Catholic, as high as 75% claim no faith affiliation at all. Poverty averages 20%, almost two times the national average.