My experience at Sanctuary was unlike any other I’ve had. On the weekend of March 26th, my friend Nic and I drove from Kingston to Toronto for an urban mission experience at Sanctuary Church as part of our involvement with The Navigators’ Mission Immersion Project.More
A Navigator Internship – It’s a calling!
A Navigator internship is designed to give you a hands-on learning experience in the nature of vocational ministry. We will equip you with the skills and disciplines necessary to help others grow in their faith, draw closer to God, join God in mission and become more like Jesus. Our goal is that by the end of this internship, you will be better equipped to follow Jesus wherever he might lead you.
You’ll learn to:
Guide people to experience a deep, ongoing connection with Jesus
Intentionally mentor people while giving them an example of real-life faith as you serve others, and model your life devoted to Jesus.
Engage people in relational ways with the life-giving Word
Help people engage with the life-giving Word, in community, through intentional spiritual mentoring and guidance, and to provide a safe place to explore big questions about faith and help them grow as their perspectives are both appreciated and challenged.
Remain faithfully present with people as you go through life with them
Practice the art of being faithfully present with people through many circumstances, being part of a consistent, Bible-informed support network in their lives as they grow and their faith faces new challenges.
Equip people to pass along their faith and become a guide to others
Help people experience meaningful community and equip them through spiritual disciplines to live out their faith authentically and guide others to the transformative power of Jesus.
You’ll also learn to trust God in fundraising. All of our field staff are funded through “deputized fundraising,” meaning you will be responsible for fundraising on behalf of The Navigators to support your budget. This may sound daunting, but we will provide practical training, excellent written resources, and someone to coach you on your fundraising goals and plan. You will learn to share your calling and mission with friends, family and other contacts as you invite them to prayerfully and financially support your ministry.
Choosing to serve in this role is an adventure of trusting God each step of the way. We’re in this together. Your team will be there to support you, committed to fostering your spiritual, personal and professional growth.
Is God calling you to serve Jesus in this way?
Application Deadline: April 15
Volunteer Start Date & Fundraising Training: Early May
Fundraising Focus: May – August
Employment Start Date: September 1 (contingent on funding)
Program Length: 1-2 years
Location: We currently have Interns serving in Vancouver, Calgary, Hamilton, Kingston, and Ottawa.
Placements for 2019 – 2020 have not yet been confirmed.
*Applications may still be considered after the deadline, however, we cannot guarantee this.
If you have questions, please contact Tim Amirault at firstname.lastname@example.org
Qualities of Successful Candidates:
- University/college graduate
- Leadership and communication skills
- Able to work both independently and on a team in an ever-changing work environment
- Desiring to grow in their knowledge of God and His calling on their life
- Interested in growing their faith by serving and helping others do the same
- Interested in developing missional living habits
- Willing to stretch past their comfort zones in leadership and guiding others spiritually
- Willing to submit to the Navigator Statement of Faith and Lifestyle Conduct Policy
How to Apply:
Please complete the following forms and send them to Tim Amirault [email@example.com]. Please, include your resumé along with your application form.
- Internship Application – [download]
- Internship Ministry References – [download]
- Internship Non-Ministry References (x2) – [download]