[Hat tip: an Episcopal priest somewhere far far away]
Well -- as long as they're going for a belief in good old Anglican scripture, not that old-fashioned, primitive Holy Scripture, things should work out okay.
Keep in mind -- they listed five "core values" -- and look at what they chose as their fifth all-important one. You just can't make this stuff up -- and if I'd posted this without the link, you guys would decry me as some sort of overly-imaginative, mean, cruel fiction writer determined to make Episcopal revisionists look sillier than they actually are.
Of course, also keep in mind that this is the parish in the faux/made-up little diocese after the real Diocese of Fort Worth voted to leave TEC.
Trinity is looking for a rector who has: The core values of: v An inspiring preacher and engaging teacher rooted in Anglican scripture, tradition, and reason v A well-centered commitment to ECUSA, an in-depth command of theology and an appreciation of the Book of Common Prayer v A strong leader who can recognize the gifts of others and make the most of them v A demonstrated ability to handle and resolve conflict both personally and within the parish v Embracing ambiguity and understanding the importance of uncertainty