WE'RE EXCITED THAT YOU ARE CONSIDERING AN OPPORTUNITY TO SERVE WITH US IN STUDENT MINISTRY!!
Knowing Jesus is one of the best parts of life and we hope that many students will have the opportunity to meet Him through this ministry. La Salle student ministry exists to see students encounter Jesus and become contagious lifelong followers of Him.
The quality of character in each of our youth leaders is extremely important to us. We emphasize that each of our leaders must have a clear love for Jesus, high level of integrity, and a heart for students.
We hope that this page will assist you in getting to know this ministry and play a role in helping you discern your involvement.
As always, my role is to support you on this journey. Please feel free to reach out (call/text/email/drop in) if you have any questions or would like to discuss any part of this process.
May God guide you and bless you,
Pastor to Students
Review the commitment
Serving as a youth leader can be very rewarding! Many youth leaders describe the joy they experience when they serve students and witness the power of God on a regular basis. The joy we experience in this ministry doesn't come without sacrifice. For this reason, it's important to start your discerning journey by counting the cost.
We know that being a youth leader takes time and energy. Each member of our team sacrifices other important parts of life to have the opportunity to serve on this team. Being a youth leader isn't because we have extra time to give, it comes by making Christian service a priority in our schedules. Here is a short outline on the time commitment expected:
JumpOut Leader (our grade 7-8 program)
Each Wednesday evening, September to May
Sr. Youth Leader (our grade 9-12 program)
Each Friday evening, September to May
Review the covenant
As youth leaders, our lives are constantly under the microscope. In order to keep the integrity of this ministry and the witness of Jesus from not being hindered, we must live our lives to a higher standard.
While we are not looking for legalistic perfection in every area of life, we expect a trajectory toward integrity and a willing attitude of repentance in every area of life.
Please click this link to review the covenant each member of our team renews before each season of ministry:
Student Ministry Team Covenant
Who are we and what DO we believe?
This student ministry fits under the vision and mission of La Salle Community Fellowship.
It's important for you to be familiar with the way this church interpret's the Bible and how it is applied to everyday life. It's ok if you have a different opinion, but it's important that when you share, teach or encourage students, it's done in accordance with our statement of faith.
Click here to see a summary of LSCF's belief's.
As we design and shape this student ministry, we have a particular set of priorities influenced by an intentional ministry culture. To understand the DNA of this ministry, I strongly encourage you to review the following document:
Click here to see our Vision, Call to Action and Ministry Culture.
step 1 - apply
step 2 - Criminal record check
As soon as you are able, please obtain a criminal record check with "Vulnerable Sectors Verification".
If you live in the RM of MacDonald, please visit the local RCMP Station (156 McIntosh Rd, Headingley, MB). Before going, please note the following points:
If you live in Winnipeg, please visit:
step 3 - References
After receiving your completed Youth Leader Application Form, we will be in contact with the references you indicated.
Step 4 - schedule an interview
Before you are able to begin serving in this student ministry, I will meet with you to review your application and talk about which position would be the best fit for you.
Plan to protect training
An important aspect of the culture of volunteerism at LSCF is adequate training. Each volunteer is required to participate in a "Plan to Protect" training workshop. Dates and times will be communicated closer to the event.