One- to Four-Week Programs:
Work Teams provide our constituency with a hands-on practical opportunity to serve alongside national believers on our mission fields, to become more familiar with our outreach efforts, and to develop a stronger connection between our churches locally and internationally. EMC work teams have a long history of going out to humbly serve in practical ways with the gifts God has given. These multi-generational teams of men and women have worked alongside our brothers and sisters in many different countries. Contact Ken Zacharias for more information on coming opportunities.
Prayer Teams give our members a chance to discern with, bless, and empower our missionaries and national church leaders, to become familiar with our outreach endeavours, and to develop a stronger connection between our churches nationally and internationally. Contact Gerald Reimer for more information on coming opportunities.
One- to Two-Year Programs:
Ascend is a missions internship program for those who sense God’s call to missions. The purpose of the program is to provide interns with a broader understanding of EMC’s missions work, to prepare them for future service as they work alongside career missionaries, and to give them a context in which to develop their gifts in outreach, leadership, intercession and discipleship. Interns will spend between one and two years on an active mission field where they will receive ministry coaching from veteran missionaries within a supportive team environment. Contact Gerald Reimer for more information or to receive an application form.
Check out service opportunities through Africa Inter-Mennonite Mission, EMC Associate Missions, on EMC-administered fields in Bolivia, Mexico (Guadalajara) and Paraguay, and with EMC church planting in Canada.
With any applications for EMC pastoral positions, candidates are expected to also register a Ministry Information Profile with the EMC Board of Leadership and Outreach, which can be obtained through Erica Fehr.
At The ConneXion we seek to live out five simple habits in an attempt to better fulfil the mission of God. These are borrowed from Michael Frost: Bless, Eat, Learn, Listen, and Send (BELLS). We are looking for a pastor that can help us foster these habits.
This position may be full-time or part-time and would be a rewarding place for an experienced leader or first time pastor developing their gifts. For information or to send information, contact Peter Dueck at 204-642-2512 or by email.
The Rosenort EMC is a multi-generational church located in Southern Manitoba. Proclaiming, following, and serving Jesus, we are a church with a heavy interest in foreign mission and local outreach.
We are currently seeking a Full-Time Youth Pastor, with a contagious passion for Jesus Christ, to join us in building relationships with the youth, and to make & grow disciples.
The successful applicant will proclaim, follow, and serve Jesus to the glory of God. He will lead and teach Biblically sound lessons that will engage and motivate the youth in their pursuit of God. He will create one-on-one relationships with each of the youth, knowing and counseling them in their life journey with Jesus. The work of the Youth Pastor will prove effective only if the fulfillment of these tasks flows from a Spirit-filled life.
Visit www.RosenortEMC.ca for more details or to apply. Experience and Biblical training considered an asset.Steinbach Evangelical Mennonite Church seeks a director of children’s ministry to provide leadership in programs such as: oversee/provide vision, direction, and support children’s ministries outside of Sunday School; develop and pursue the vision of building faith at home; investigate and implement potential new programs (i.e., mid-week programs, etc.). The gift of administration is considered an asset. Submit resumes and cover letters as soon as possible to Chair of Search Committee, 422 Main St., Steinbach, MB R5G 1Z5 or email. We are hoping to hire for a timely lead-up to the Fall quarter.
Niverville Community Fellowship is seeking an Interim Pastor for a one year term. The Interim Pastor will be a fully-devoted follower of Jesus Christ with a commitment to Anabaptist faith and theology. The Interim Pastor will work together with our Board of Elders and ministry teams to provide spiritual leadership for our congregation and for those who come in contact with our church. The Interim Pastor will help us to prayerfully consider how to put our current vision statement “Making Disciples of Jesus as we Worship, Grow, and Serve in Love” into action. Position responsibilities include preaching and teaching God’s word, providing pastoral care, collaborating in planning worship and administration. The interim pastor will assist in providing for smooth transition of congregational leadership and preparing for the welcoming of the new pastor. For more information or to apply, please contact by email.
If you are interested in helping out in the kitchen or elsewhere at Steeprock Bay Bible Camp (Manitoba), please contact Ferlin Abrahamson by email or at 204-281-2879 as we have an ongoing need for volunteers in various capacities. Thank you for your continued support in prayer, encouragement and finances so that SBBC can continue its mandate of “teaching the Word of God and principles of Christian life so that children in this area may know Jesus- “The Way, the Truth and the Life.”
An international school in a creative access country in Central Asia is looking for qualified teachers: Secondary English, Secondary Maths, Secondary Science, Principal. Our school is dedicated to transforming the lives of our students, the communities we’re part of, the country we serve.
You’ll be able to apply your skills in an exciting and challenging environment that will transform you as you transform others! You’ll be supported by a friendly, vibrant team of committed colleagues. Parents are involved in many aspects of the school, giving it a unique family feel. You are welcome to serve for a year or longer.
For information and an application, contact Tim Dyck.