Schedule: The Residency runs from August 2019 to May 2020.
Monday (optional): Director teaching
Tuesday: Community time, Staff Prayer, Ministry team meeting, class time
One Friday morning each month: Theology and Apologetics
Old and New Testament, Systematic Theology, and Apologetics. Residents will learn how to read and teach the Bible while they are studying it cover to cover. In addition to Old and New Testament surveys, you will also learn a biblical worldview and become prepared to answer the most commonly asked questions about the Christian faith. It is an intense workload, but can you think of anything better to study?
Residents commit to one full day on-site at our campus. All time spent serving with teams after that point is considered volunteer service. Residents are encouraged to spend as much time as they are able to with their teams. They are also encouraged to jump in as various opportunities are made available to them through specific ministries and church-wide.
Residents are placed on teams that are appropriate for their age and experience. Those ministry teams include: Children, Students, Worship Arts, and College.
Watermark works to partner with members of their body and City North Apartments to find housing accommodations for each Resident. A Resident’s weekly commitment allows margin to maintain employment outside the church. There are also part-time opportunities at Watermark with our Training Ground ministry, Watermark Coffee, as well as our Facilities team. We strongly advise you not to apply if you have a considerable amount of student or consumer debt.
Seminary Credit Available: