Are you interested in urban ministry? Are you interested in church planting, international missions or combating social justice issues? If you said yes to any of these, you don’t want to miss this opportunity coming up in 2015 through MultiplyNYC. MultiplyNYC is offering students the opportunity to spend either a semester, a full summer, or an entire year as a paid intern in the Big Apple.
MultiplyNYC is an urban missions internship geared towards college-aged students who are interested in ministry in any capacity. Based upon your experience, skills, and gifting, you will be placed in a particular local urban ministry. You will be trained and equipped as a missionary by hearing from various pastors, missionaries, church planters, and injustice abolitionists who are experienced in urban ministry.
Here are a few examples of areas of ministry that an intern could potentially serve in:
- Working amongst unreached people groups
- Helping plant a church
- Various community outreaches
- Fighting human trafficking
- Serving in ethnic churches
- Worship ministry
- ESL classes & after school programs
- Youth ministry
Applications are now being accepted for the Spring semester.
If you are interested please visit the MNYBA website for more information regarding details and finances. For further questions, you can contact the internship coordinator Elizabeth Hobafcovich at email@example.com or 212.580.0655.
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