At Cornerstone we're committed to investing in the next generation of leaders - training and equipping them to be servant-hearted, Gospel-minded members of the Church - here in Nottingham and elsewhere. Our internship provides the opportunity to serve as a member of the church staff for one year - allowing you to receive training and theological input whilst working to serve and bless the family of God here at Cornerstone.
The internship involves three strands, Ministry, Training and Serving:
Each intern works with one or two specific ministries of the church, supporting its leaders, providing administration, teaching and leading and using other gifts as appropriate. We are currently advertising for someone to work with our youth ministry, with the possible combination of youth/music ministry.
Interns attend the weekly Midlands Ministry Training Course and the Living Leadership Formation conference, as well as completing Crosslands Foundation modules through the year and receiving regular input from the Senior Staff.
Interns work as part of the Church Office Team, having administrative and practical responsibilities that ensure the church and our ministries are able to operate and thrive.
We welcome applications to the internship from people at any stage of life, whether you're already at Cornerstone or currently worshipping elsewhere. So, whether you're looking for a hands on experience of what full-time ministry is like, or you've been a student at Cornerstone and you want to give something back to the church, or you'd just like to give a year to serving God and His people, then the Cornerstone internship could be just what you're looking for.
Interns at Cornerstone are paid a salary of £12,000 throughout the year and the church will cover all of your training costs.
A satisfactory Disclosure Barring Service check will be required for the postholder prior to commencing these duties.
Our recruitment for the 2020-2021 Internship is closed.
I love working with young people because they have so much energy and aren't afraid of asking difficult questions