We want to train, equip and release people to be characterful Christian leaders in whatever area of life they feel God is calling them to, whether that be in the church or the workplace.
At ‘Toms’ we’re looking for explorers, creators and leaders to go on a year long adventure with us to grow in their faith and giftings, develop new skills and be equipped to become the people God is calling them to be.
We want to give you discipleship and leadership training with lots of practical experience in all areas of church life. All this along with the chance to be a part of a vibrant growing church in the heart of Norwich.
How does it work?
You will have an opportunity to join the STN staff team, serving the vision of the church and pursuing your callings and giftings. You will also be provided with discipleship training, teaching and a mentor.
Who is it for?
Our internship is for committed Christians who’d love to spend a year growing as followers of Jesus and learning key leaderships skills.
When does it run?
Our internship begins in September 2019 and ends in July 2020 with a trip to Focus, which is our amazing church holiday.
Cost & Accommodation
Our internship is completely free! We cover the cost of training and all necessary travel.
We can find accommodation for you with a family from our church who can also provide you with food.
You will have to consider how you will finance your daily living expenses throughout the year.
How can i apply?
To apply please email firstname.lastname@example.org with an up to date CV and a covering letter telling us about who you are and why you would like to do this internship.
I have learned how important being involved with the community is and how it can bring people to faith and our theological training as taught me how incredible it is that God still loves us, no matter how we are feeling towards Him.
I’ve certainly experienced a lot of growth, being part of STN has helped to become more myself. I’ve picked up lots of practical skills but most importantly I’ve grown in my relationship with God.
This year has helped me to identify and use my giftings and has taught me that encountering God is more important than anything else.
I've learned the importance of knowing what is important to God and that this knowledge frees us to be peaceful, inclusive, and creative leaders in whatever context we find ourselves.
The authenticity in this church community and this year’s intern group has truly taught me what a real Christian community looks like. I’ve learned so many new skills, and I can honestly say I’ve grown much deeper in my faith because of this year.