Our hope is to help develop leaders for the Kingdom of God, and have a world-wide reach, despite being a rural congregation. We value the authority of scripture, empowered leadership and disciple making. We also value continuing Christian education and try to reflect that in all that we do. We view this internship as a part of our ministry in continuing education. It is for someone who will appreciate and benefit from first-hand exposure to all aspects of ministry under the guidance of experienced ministry staff.

In this intern position you would be expected to participate in multiple ministry settings. This position would be excellent for someone interested in youth ministry, as well as expanding her/his knowledge in church leadership. The internship will consist of 75% Jr. High ministry and 25% church leadership.

The majority of this internship will be spent assisting in the Jr. High ministry called “Adrenaline”. Currently in the program there are between 10 to 20 youth ranging from Grades 6 to 8. Adrenaline is held Tuesday nights from 6:30 to 7:45 at Selkirk Christian Chapel in the youth program space as well as the church gym.

Intern Responsibilities

-Work with Associate Pastor of Youth and Family Ministries during the week to coordinate Adrenaline which includes but is not limited to: development of the program, sports nights, games and lessons

-Attend and lead Adrenaline

-Be included in the teaching rotation for the Sunday morning Jr. High class once a month. This Sunday morning program is called The Link.

-Assist in SCC’s fall outreach events of Halloween “Harvestfest” and community dinner.

-This intern is required to attend every Sunday morning service during his/her placement to foster relationships with Jr High students. These services count toward your placement hours.

-If intern is interested there would be an opportunity to preach during a Sunday morning service

-Participate in one board meeting of his/her convenience to gain a better understanding of the internal workings of a church. Board meetings are held the second Wednesday of every month.

-The intern will have the Lead Pastor mentoring him/ her throughout the placement. This can include help with his/her ministry and course goals by means of weekly meetings. This internship is for someone who will appreciate first-hand exposure to all aspects of ministry under the direction of the church leadership.

-Intern must complete two books during the course of the internship. One book on discipleship, and one on church leadership. Suggested reading list will be provided. These books will be discussed at meetings with Pastor.

Application Process

Step 1. Pray about the description and spend some time on our website learning about our church. You might even listen to a sermon or two and ask yourself whether Jim Midgett is the kind of minister from whom you want to learn. You can read a little more about his academic and teaching background by clicking the About Us section.

Step 2. Ask clarifying questions. If there is something about the internship you are unclear about, feel free to call or email Jim and ask.

Step 3. If this internship is something you would like to participate in, request an application form and apply. When completed scan the form and email to