Job Title: Unit Member with Covenant Players Christian theatre ministry
Finance: Voluntary/Personal Support
Last date of application: Open-ended
Job duration: 18 months – opportunity to extend (Possible GAP year opportunity)
Location: Continental Offices in LA. North America, Wales. United Kingdom, Germany. Europe and Johannesburg. South Africa with travel throughout these continental areas
Do you have a passion to communicate the Gospel of Jesus through the dynamic medium of drama?
Covenant Players is currently seeking full-time Unit Members to train and serve at all our locations.
Successful applicants will receive full and continuing training in theatre, leadership, administrative skills, mission and discipleship. They will serve under the leadership of the Continental Directors as well as their individual Unit Leader(s).
Duties encompass: applying her/himself to the disciplines of ministry, worship, drama, and communications. Also acting (learning and performing plays); making contacts and scheduling performances; worship styles, general administrative tasks associated with the tour as assigned by the Unit Leader; and communication and behaviour disciplines associated with touring on a full-time basis with a professional Christian mission and service organisation.
This position is non-salaried. Covenant Players is a faith-based ministry, operating as a charity in the UK and structured as a non-profit around the world. Daily subsistence – meals, accommodation and travel are provided by the ministry itself.
About Covenant Players:
Covenant Players is a professional Christian theatre company performing the plays of Charles M. Tanner and fielding touring units which perform original theme-based plays in service to the leadership of churches, schools, prisons, social service agencies, community and government organisations.
Equally, Covenant Players is a well-respected resource to many secular organisations using drama as a tool in order to address major social and community issues. The goal is communication. The method: to provide entertaining and thought-provoking material; to involve the audiences in discussion and workshops, challenging them to form opinions, make changes, to serve humanity - setting standards to live by - and encouraging them to live to their fullest potential.