Abundant Life Fellows
The Abundant Life Fellowship is a 9-month (mid-August through mid-May) program designed to equip young adults to engage their faith holistically through the practical theology of Christian Community Development. Fellows will build deep and formative relationships with each other, Victory Church members, and the Abundant Life Family. These relationships and experiences will have a life-long impact on the Fellows and equip them for leadership in the church and to have Christ as their foundation in all aspects of life.
The Abundant Life Fellows Worship and Serve at Victory Church. Victory Church of Charlottesville, a recent church plant of Grace Covenant in Chantilly, VA, exists to see people reconciled to God and each other. Victory Church is an intentionally multi-ethnic church that is seeker friendly. Fellows will learn and grow under the leadership of Pastor Paul Harris. Fellows will also serve the church in ways that match their gifts and talents. The Abundant Life Fellows Program also partners with the Trinity Fellows and the Mercy Ministry Programs at Trinity Presbyterian Church.
For more information about Abundant Life Fellows and how you will Work, Learn, and Serve, please check out the information below:
Abundant Life is the sole employer for this Fellows Program. Upon acceptance into the Fellows Program, applicants will then apply to work for Abundant Life. Abundant Life Fellows work 24 hours per week Monday-Thursday. Available employment opportunities for Fellows include:
- After School Team Leader (5) – Positions Filled
- Middle School Tutoring Coordinator (1) – Position Filled
The Abundant Life Fellows will take two Seminary level courses. The fall semester course is Issues in Contemporary Culture by Reverend Wade Bradshaw while the spring semester course is Introduction to Christian Community Development by Reverend Doctor Nathan Walton. These courses, plus workshops, round table discussions, and a diverse community of believers are some of the many ways our Fellows learn and grow during this program.
Fellows will engage in multi-generational and mutually transformative relationships with people of all ages. During your time as an Abundant Life Fellow you will be paired with an elementary school student and multiple adults. In these relationships you will find yourself mentoring and being mentored, discipling and being discipled, and encouraging and being encouraged. Fellows will engage in these deep and formative relationships in the church, during service projects, and through work.
Abundant Life Fellows will live with host families. For more information about the program, contact Richard Feero.
The application window for 2020-21 is now closed.
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