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Western Hills Internship

 

 Who We’re Looking For

  • Someone who wants to learn how to be a more effective minister in a local church

  • Someone who is strong in their faith and is willing to share their faith with students

  • Someone who wants to build meaningful relationships with students

  • Someone who is willing to be an active participant in our ministry team

  • Someone who is willing to work hard

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 What You’ll Do

  • Build meaningful relationships with students

  • Teach classes

  • Preach a sermon

  • Participate in Camp Koinonia (our summer camp)

  • Participate in one high school and one junior high mission trip

  • Participate in Elders’ meetings

  • Plan and lead a Bible study

  • Plan and lead small activities/events

  • Learn basic website design

  • Learn tools to lead an effective ministry

  • Build a professional resume

  • Learn how to plan a budget

  • Be prepared for their first two years in ministry

 What Western Hills Is Like

  • Western Hills is a loving and supportive church of 375 members with a youth ministry of around 40 students.

  • Western Hills has three ministers currently: Kyle Bowen, the Youth Minister, has been in ministry for nearly five years and has been at Western Hills for a year, Scott Meyer, the Senior Minister, has been in ministry for over twenty years and has been at Western Hills for fifteen years, and Scott Seela, the Children’s Minister, has been in ministry for over twenty five years and has been at Western Hills for thirteen years. (Fun Fact: Both Scott’s were interns for Robert Oglesby).

  • Western Hills is located in Temple, Tx which is a town of around 80,000 people located an hour north of Austin and 2 hours south of Dallas on I-35.

  • We are theologically moderate as a church, although our youth ministry is fully-inclusive towards women. We are passionate about equipping our members to live life with Jesus, in Community, and on Mission. This focus has recently led us to plan a combined worship service with an African American church in Temple and other strategic efforts to reach out into our community.