South Sound Church of Christ Accepting Applications for Summer Internship Featured

Monday, 21 April 2014 11:42

The South Sound Church of Christ, located in Tacoma, Washington, is now accepting applications for our 2014 summer internship. Our interns will help serve, shepherd, and develop our teen and campus ministries this summer. The internship will run from June 22 to August 17 and will include attending the NW Christian conference and NW Teen Camp.

sound sound church of christ summer internshipWe are seeking one man and one woman that have a desire to strengthen their faith and spread the gospel. The interns will gain valuable ministry experience while working alongside the South Sound Church’s ministry couples and elders. This is a great opportunity for those that have a dream for the full-time ministry and desire training.

 As an intern you will receive training in these areas:

  • Biblical training
  • Leading bible studies
  • Outreach
  • Preaching and teaching
  • Planning and leading campus bible talks
  • Mentoring and discipling
  • Serving as a camp counselor at NW Teen Camp
  • Event planning

The goal of this internship is to strengthen and develop the interns through experience and walking closely with our Teens, Campus, and Singles Ministry couple (Willie and Capri Price), Senior Evangelist and Women’s Ministry leader (Dana and Gin Perkins), and Elders (Darryl and Ruby Wallace, Walter and Melody Channell). The interns will spend daily time on the campus of Tacoma Community College (7,500 students) and University of Washington at Tacoma (3,657 students) sharing their faith and studying the Bible with students. They will also aid in planning and facilitating teen events. Lastly, the interns will be expected to raise their own money for transportation to Tacoma.

For more information or an application please email Willie Price at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. All applications are due by May 9 and decisions will be made by May 23.

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