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Coordinator of Evangelization and Youth Ministry for Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish, Martensville, SK
Coordinator of Evangelization and Youth Ministry, Martensville
Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish in Martensville, SK, is a vibrant, thriving faith community serving Martensville, Warman and surrounding areas, which is seeking a full-time permanent Coordinator of Evangelization and Youth Ministry to work in collaboration with the parish staff, senior leadership team and volunteers to invite members of the congregation, the communities we serve, and the world, to enter into a meaningful relationship with Jesus.
The Coordinator of Evangelization and Youth Ministry will work with the pastor to develop, implement, and deliver programs and activities that will further the purpose and vision of the parish. Encouraging discipleship by creating a welcoming environment that models our beliefs and values is essential. Developing relationships and connections through meaningful interactions are key to the role. The ability to provide presentations to diverse groups is required.
The Coordinator will also ensure the maintenance of a thriving school ministry with École Holy Mary and Holy Trinity Catholic schools.
Work location is flexible allowing for parish office and remote arrangements. The flexible work schedule includes some evenings and weekends. Presence at the Sunday Mass and school masses will be required.
To apply, forward your cover letter and resume to email@example.com before Dec. 29.
An Employment Opportunity with the Roman Catholic Diocese of Prince Albert
The Diocese of Prince Albert is currently accepting applications for the position of Director of Youth/Young Adult Ministry. The position is full-time (35 hrs/ week) but can be part-time for the suitable candidate.
Applicants must have good English speaking and writing skills; a knowledge of the French language would be an asset. Applicants must be faith-filled, be fully initiated in the Roman Catholic Church, have good public relation skills, be self-motivated, be able to work independently, be able to organize, be able to work with and within a financial and time management budget. Also, must have a good understanding of the mission of the Universal Church, as well as the mission of the Bishop of Prince Albert and the diocese.
The successful applicant must also adhere to the Diocese’s Responsible Ministry policy.
Some of the general responsibilities include:
1) Providing vision, planning, and implementation of programming for the efforts of the diocese of Prince Albert in ministering to youth/young adults.
2) Helping every parish in the diocese have a vibrant youth/young adult ministry.
3) Being a focal point of reference and information for youth/young adult leadership and youth/young adult ministry for existing and new parish youth/young adult leaders.
Further information can be obtained by contacting Louis Hradecki at 306-922-4747 ext. 233 or by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
A full job description is posted on the Prince Albert Diocese website under employment opportunities at www.padiocese.ca/employment-opportunities
Please send a resume to Roman Catholic Diocese of Prince Albert, c/o Louis Hradecki, Office/Programs Manager, 1415-4th Street West, Prince Albert, SK, S6V 5H1. Deadline: Nov. 30, 2023.
Only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. All applications will be treated with confidentiality.
Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish in Saskatoon — which serves First Nations, Métis, Indigenous and non-Indigenous parishioners — is searching for a Parish Life Director (PLD) to work in collaboration with the parish pastor or designate to provide leadership for the full scope of parish life. This is a full-time, permanent position.
The PLD, reporting to the parish pastor or designate, is responsible for the administration of Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish with regard to operations, pastoral programming and ministry, finances, staffing and strategic planning.
Interacting daily with the pastor and serving to implement the purpose and vision of the parish, the PLD is responsible for the day-to-day management of all parish matters. As the pastor’s designate, the PLD supervises and manages parish staff to implement the parish‘s purpose and vision in a consistent, methodical and collaborative manner.
The PLD is responsible for cultivating an encompassing culture where parishioners freely and gratefully give their time, talent, and treasure in thanksgiving for the blessings bestowed upon them by God.
Due to the nature of the employment, an Indigenous background and a firm understanding of Indigenous history, cultures, and spirituality is considered an asset.
Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish is a Roman Catholic Parish serving First Nations, Métis, Indigenous and non-Indigenous people in Saskatoon.
Assisted by gifts to the Bishop’s Annual Appeal, Our Lady of Guadalupe offers the Indigenous community of Saskatoon an opportunity to experience the Catholic faith through the traditions and spirituality of First Nations, Métis, and Indigenous culture.
Our Lady of Guadalupe parish centre is located at 426 Avenue J South, Saskatoon, with Mass celebrated Sundays at 1:00 p.m. at nearby St. Mary Church, 20th Street West and Avenue O South, Saskatoon.
The CWL Clothing Depot in Saskatoon is urgently seeking to fill a part time position in the store available immediately.
The position currently offers 12 to 15 hours per week with the possibility of additional hours in the future.
The applicant should share the CWL Clothing Depot’s value of service to those in need.
Anyone interested should contact Bea at the CWL Clothing Depot, by bringing a resumé to the store, 610 20th Street West, Saskatoon or calling 306-242-5042.
Resumés can also be dropped off at the back door of the Clothing Depot where donations are accepted (ring the bell) 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday to Friday.
With donations and support from the community, the CWL Clothing Depot continues to offer an important ministry and service to those who are in need and face disadvantages. Donations can be dropped off at the back door of the CWL Clothing Depot, 619 20th Street West in Saskatoon between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Monday to Friday.
Ejibha “Jibsy” Ekeng is the Coordinator of Human Resources for the diocese, you can reach her at (306) 659-5835.
Personnel Policy for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Saskatoon: This policy is applicable to all Lay Employees, Clergy and Lay Managers (such as Parish Life Directors) within the diocese. Downloads: Personnel Policy Diocese of Saskatoon (2023)