Your Life, Rejuvenated.
10 months that will challenge you, refine you and inspire you.
The Soul Sanctuary Internship Program was created out of a desire to develop and empower young leaders of character who are passionate about Jesus and His Church. This 10 month intensive program is designed to provide young adults (18-25) an introduction to theological education, experience in local church ministry, and both local and global missions experiences. We desire to raise local church leaders who are inspired to pursue the mission of Jesus and the love of God, equipping them to reach out and minister to the Soul Sanctuary community, the city of Winnipeg, and the world at large.
This program was designed for young adults ages 18-25 who have a growing passion for Jesus, His church and global mission. You don't need to be perfect to apply, you simply need a desire to grow in your relationship with Christ and a willingness to have fun while doing it.
Soul Sanctuary Church and Community Centre is located in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Winnipeg is the artistic and cultural hub of central Canada. We pride ourselves on the Winnipeg Jets, our exciting and numerous festivals and our acceptance and diversity.
Application deadline is August 15, 2019 and the semester begins after the September Long Weekend. On your first day you can expect a custom Adventure Kit with your name on it.
The price of tuition is $8,000. This cost covers all of your internship related costs, such as your courses through Providence University College, your adventure excursions and local and global missions experiences.
A $25 administrative fee is collected on the final step of the application.
"The internship has opened my eyes to what it means to follow Jesus. I saw myself stretched to grow in a number of areas and was challenged to live a selfless life, a life sold out for God."
"We must make a conscious decision to invest in the next generation of local church leaders. The impact that internship students have made, and will make, will be be felt in the church community for years to come."