Project Team

We love our Project Team! This dedicated group of young adults (high school graduates, 18-25 years old) helps to fill the program with love, joy, and fun!

Who is the Project Team?

Young adults who serve as both mentors/role models for teens and who help accomplish the daily tasks required to make GSP happen, all in a spirit of service. Project Team members model what it means to be a Good Samaritan through the way they treat one another, their commitment to service in a spirit of humility, and the joy and faith that they radiate to all present at GSP.

 

Project Team will consist of two focused ministry groups:

 

Hospitality Team: All first-time Project Team members, and others as assigned; this team is responsible for welcome and hospitality of individuals and groups each day, group/teen check-ins on Day 1, nighttime security, basic janitorial needs, cafeteria cleanliness, GSP store, and kitchen service. By paying attention to the little details behind the scenes, this Team will ensure that teens have the best possible experience of GSP.

 

Parish Accompaniment Team: Project Team who are focused on relational ministry with those from their assigned parish groups. They accompany parishes, build relationships with teens, know well the logistics of a given day so as to support the youth ministers and chaperones, and support the youth minister in ministering to the needs of their individual parish group.

 

All Project Team will be placed on either Parish Accompaniment or Hospitality at the discretion of the GSP Staff and Leadership Team. Project Team will be committed to their primary roles, but also should be flexible so as to help out as needed in other areas. Most Project Team will be invited to serve on stage in some way during the week.

Are you out of high school and looking to serve as a

Project Team Leader on the 2021 Good Samaritan Project?

If so:

 This ministry is supported through the Diocese of St. Petersburg and donations to the Annual Pastoral Appeal.

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