Summer Intern

at Glencairn Church (view profile)
Location Kitchener, Canada
Date Posted May 12, 2022
Category Summer Jobs
Job Type Internship


Job Category:  Children, Youth, and Outreach Ministry
Employment Type:  Full Time
(30 hours a week: Sunday to Thursday, some Friday & Saturdays)
# of Openings:  2
Start and End Dates:  June 27 – August 28, 2022


Glencairn Church is looking for two youth and/or young adults to offer leadership and oversight to the children’s, youth, and administration ministries both in-person and online while also experiencing leadership development.


  1. Youth Ministry (5 hrs per week)
    • Plan, prepare, and lead games/activities
    • Connect with youth and develop relationships
    • Prepare and manage advertisement for youth and parents
  2. Vacation Bible Camp (40 hrs in July)
    • Work with the VBC team in developing the program
    • Help plan, organize, and set up event(s) for children in the community for a week of fun and learning
  3. Children’s Ministry (15 hrs per week)
    • Lead and teach weekly children’s summer programs for Sunday mornings
    • Work with other leaders/helpers to plan and run programs
  4. Bridges (5 hrs per week)
    • Participate in bi-monthly food bank for families in need
    • Collect and sort food on shelves, and help with distribution
  5. Administration (5-10 hrs per week)
    • Support the church administrator to accomplish tasks such as updating online content on social media and other platforms, website and database management, and programming registration
  6. Other Tasks (5-10 hrs per week)
    • Depending on interests and need, other tasks could be considered that would support different church ministries
    • Possible support with Church in Community team and other events

Apply by June 5, 2022

About the Canada Summer Jobs Program

The Summer Intern position is made possible by the Canada Summer Jobs program, which is “an initiative of the Youth Employment and Skills Strategy, which aims to provide flexible and holistic services to support all young Canadians develop the skills and gain paid work experience to successfully transition in the labour market. This program provides wage subsidies to employers from not-for-profit organizations, the public-sector, and private sector organizations with 50 or fewer full-time employees, to create quality summer work experiences for young people aged 15 to 30 years.