In the spirit of the mission of Project Transformation, House Pastors are responsible for the planning, coordination, and facilitation of all activities related to intentional community, vocational discernment, and spiritual life of summer program interns.
- Instill a nurturing, supportive environment for vocational discernment in the Intern Community by offering pastoral support and encouragement engaging interns in meaningful reflection as they experience the joys and challenges of the summer experience.
- Cultivate intentional Christ-centered community, by modeling servant leadership, prioritizing inclusiveness, and offering space for interns to connect with each other.
- Create space for spiritual growth and development through dynamic worship, study, and conversation, incorporating diverse styles and experiences, engaging interns in leadership, and inviting all to encounter God in new ways.
- Build and model a culture of hospitality and gratitude.
- Manage intern housing operations by overseeing community chores, disseminating information, managing maintenance issues, shopping for groceries, addressing community needs, and engaging interns in planning community events and activities.
- Work collaboratively with the other House Pastors and PT staff.
There’s no way we ever could fully explain the House Pastor experience, but it somewhat mirrors our Summer Internship experience, so visit our FAQ page for more details about that or email Ellie Crain at email@example.com with any questions.
$3,200 to $4,000 (potential cash payscale depending on position for 40 hours per week). In addition to a paycheck, the total compensation package includes housing, meals, gear, and training.
- possess skills for ministry with college-age young adults,
- are highly motivated self-starters,
- display strong interpersonal and communication skills,
- are open-minded,
- have a desire to love and serve others,
- and are dedicated to living in community with others in a structured environment.
**Highly competitive applicants have theological training.
Applicants must have the legal right to work in the United States. Applicants must be at least 19 years of age or have completed one year of college. 3 references’ contact information are required for first time applicants to complete the application.