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Looking for work and fun in Saskatchewan? Work: Bridging Waters Pastoral Charge which is comprised of Knox United and Nipawin United Churches is looking for a full-time minister starting July 1, 2018. The churches are located 10km apart in the towns of Codette and Nipawin, respectively. Nipawin is the largest community in the area with a population of about 5,000 people and Codette has about 250 residents. The area surrounding the towns is largely agricultural but the northern forest and lakes are also close by. NUC has an active Women’s Group and have started a monthly Mathew 25 lunch program for all those who need a warm meal. Bridging Waters also has an active Men’s and Youth groups. We also have half-time office staff to assist with the church work. BWPC has a very nice manse located in Nipawin, but the incoming minister can exercise other housing options which are available if he/she desires. Fun: Nipawin and Codette are bordered by the Saskatchewan River and Codette and Tobin Lakes are close by as well. Obviously fishing is a popular pastime, as well as general boating and activities such as water skiing and canoeing. There are fishing boat and house boat rentals for those people who need to rent. The local regional park has excellent camping facilities, a spray park, trout fishing pond and a small zoo. For the sporting enthusiast there is hockey, soft ball, golf, soccer, badminton, bowling, horseback riding, airplane flying and many more activities. The surrounding farmland and forest also boasts many opportunities for viewing wildlife. Lastly, our two churches have the best cooks and bakers in Northeast Saskatchewan and our fundraising meals are not to be missed and there is always lots of fun amongst the folks putting them on! Contact: For further information or a Joint Needs Assessment, please contact Karen Grayson by phone 306-862-3380; email firstname.lastname@example.org
, or by mail at Box 116, Nipawin, SK, S0E 1E0.
St. Andrew’s United Church is seeking a full-time Minister of Worship & Congregational Outreach, due to the retirement of one of our ministers. St. Andrew’s occupies a unique place in a unique city. The church is at the city’s heart, housed in St. Andrew’s Place, a 10-storey church/residential/commercial complex that was one of the first of its kind when built in 1973. Sudbury leads the way in environmental transformation, having re-greened and resuscitated its lands and lakes over the past 40 years. Residents here can live beside one of 330 lakes within the city limits, and still get to work in a matter of minutes (which may help explain why in 2015 Stats Canada reported Sudbury to be the happiest city in Canada.) Sudbury has grown far beyond its mining roots to become the largest city in Northern Ontario, with three post-secondary institutions (including schools of medicine and architecture), a regional centre for health care and research, and commercial, arts and culture and recreational opportunities. St. Andrew’s has a long history of shared/team ministry, achieved through creative and respectful cooperation between order of ministry staff and associate lay positions working in conjunction with other church members, volunteers from outside the congregation and community partners. For example, we are actively involved in an inter-denominational downtown churches’ association and have joined forces with several other churches to offer a hot meal program from November to April, which we began more than 20 years ago. The full-time minister we are seeking will be part of a ministry team with a part-time Minister of Pastoral Care & Outreach (14 hours/week). Together, they will lead the congregation to live out our vision of what it means to be a 21st century Christian community in downtown Sudbury. Click here
for JNAC report. Please email applications by May 25, 2018, to Dale Myslik email@example.com