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Coordinator of Mission

United states, Lino lakes
12 days ago
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St Joseph of the Lakes
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St Joseph of the Lakes
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Job Description The primary objective of this position is to inspire and invite the laity/parishioners to engage in the church and its ministries by answering the Baptismal call to be the Heart, Hands, and Feet of Jesus Christ. You will oversee the coordination of the parish R.C.I.A. and Baptism programs as well as oversee the parish’s VIRTUS Safe Environment compliance requirements. This is accomplished by meeting with new and existing parishioners, assisting them in discerning their gifts, co...Read more

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