Working together to build a stronger, kinder and more just community





The Stonegate Community Ecumenical Ministry (SCEM) is a coalition of Anglican, Baptist, Presbyterian and United Churches, whose mission statement is


"Working in partnership with the community through shared resources, we offer programs and opportunities to build healthy relationships, strong families, a sense of belonging and a deeper relationship with God. We endeavor to address the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of individuals and families toward a better life. We are a faithful voice to ensure everyone in the community is treated with justice and Christian compassion."


Stonegate Ministry serves the Stonegate as well as the Lake Shore communities. Under the general direction of the Board of Directors the Ministry Program Coordinator is responsible for developing, implementing and monitoring programs within the Ministry.


Duties & Responsibilities


  • Identify community and other needs in order to develop appropriate programs
  • Keep accurate records including registration lists, program proposals, contact lists, expenses, financial reports, time sheets, form letters, etc.

  • Respond to program inquiries and handle all correspondence related to programs and initiatives

  • Ensure adequate volunteer coverage for programs; create volunteer work schedules and arrange fore replacements, as needed.

  • Ensure accounting has accurate and timely information to process payment

  • Recommend to the Board potential programs and initiatives in keeping with needs and interests of constituents in the Lakeshore and Stonegate areas.

  • Schedule and plan program space and facilitators

  • Create promo materials

  • Act as ambassador for the Ministry

  • Leads by building team relationships

  • Delegate responsibilities and tasks to volunteers, as appropriate

  • Liaise with and develop stakeholder groups

  • Consult and collaborate with Store Coordinator/Office Administrator

  • Facilitate referrals to community and pastoral resources

  • Attend Board meetings as requested by the Board




  • Demonstrated experience in community development work

  • Excellent interpersonal, public relations, oral and written communication skills

  • Ability to engage, motivate, organize and empower volunteers

  • Experience in crisis counseling

  • Computer literacy

  • Embodies a committed Christian faith with some formal theological training and a heart for social justice


September 27, 2017




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