Pentecost, Jan Joest van Kalkar, 1505-1508
Lectionary for Pentecost
This week's bulletin: May 19
Summer Job Opening: Intern/Guide
Saint George’s is seeking a summer intern to engage in historical and architectural research relating to the parish and church buildings to serve as the interpretive guide. This individual is mature, self-motivated, and able to work effectively with minimal supervision. They have excellent oral and written communication skills in English. Bilingualism (French or German) is considered a strong asset.
He/she will expand the “architectural self-guided tour” brochures for both churches, research and liaise with area hotels and tour companies to promote St. George’s to a wider audience, will develop enhanced content for the parish website, and work with the webmaster to implement it, and will assist the with administrative tasks, including the organization of the parish soup kitchen and preparations for concerts in the church. The student will be chiefly supervised and mentored on-site by the Office Administrator, Elisabeth Kleven.
Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter to the parish office (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 3pm on Friday, May 31st.
To apply, one must be 15-30 years of age and registered as a full-time student in both the academic years preceding and following the internship.
Successful Applicants will possess the following skills:
Excellent interpersonal and research skills
Ability to multi-task and work independently
A thorough knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel or comparable open source software
Skills in print layout & design
Experience in historical or archival research, publicity, tourism, web design, and/or office administration would be an asset.
Resources for families
Nursery & Toddlers’ Church are held at the back of the church during the 10:30 service. There is a small nursery for babies, and down the stairs there is a toddlers’ room where Toddlers’ Church takes place.
Sunday School is held in the church hall. Children leave the 10:30 service just after the Creed and return for a blessing near the end of Holy Communion. All children are welcome! There are two classes, one for ages 5 to 7, and another for ages 8 to 11.
Youth Group for children 12 and up meets upstairs in the back of the church from 9:30 to 10:20 am.
Who are we?
In response to the Gospel of Jesus Christ, the Parish of Saint George offers a unique combination of traditional Anglican worship and a commitment to Inner-City Ministry. Open to the community that surrounds it, Saint George’s dares to be shaped by the Inner City, yet seeks to transform our neighbourhood by preaching, in Word and action, the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Come join us in worship, fellowship and outreach ministry.