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Lead Pastor, Parliament Community Church 

  • Location: Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
  • Position: Permanent, full time

Parliament Community Church is excited about the new chapter that God is writing for us. We are looking for the candidate of His choice to lead us into His purposes. We invite you to review the information provided and consider submission of your resume and cover letter to  ashtonr@sasktel.net

Who We Are Looking For

Parliament Community Church is a Mennonite Brethren community of faith established in 1942 and affiliated with the Saskatchewan Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches and the Canadian Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches.  Our mission is to raise healthy disciples who live, love and serve like Jesus. We are looking for someone who will lead our team of four pastors and offer support to our ministry volunteers. Together, with our congregationally elected Elders Board, they will discern and maintain the vision and mission of PCC.  In concert with the board and staff, the lead pastor will be responsible to support and carry out ministry outcomes with a strong emphasis on local and global missions.   The successful candidate will display a clear testimony of faith in Jesus Christ and sensitivity to the leading of the Holy Spirit. They will exhibit a pattern of discipleship and development of leaders.  The lead pastor will direct the planning of Sunday and special services, prepare and deliver weekly sermons, give oversight to baptisms and membership in the church and be responsible for the care ministry which includes visitation and counselling. The lead pastor will attend and report at congregational meetings and monthly meetings of the Elders Board, and may attend any agency meeting as an ex-officio member.  Accreditation and participation in the life and ministry of the larger Conference (provincial/Canadian) is an expectation.

Preferred Candidate Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree in a related field.
  • A minimum of 5 years of pastoral experience in a lead or associate pastor role.

The ideal candidate will have the following competencies and experience:

  • Gifted in preaching and teaching the Word of God
  • Ability to lead and develop effective teams
  • A passion for lifelong learning, personal and spiritual development
  • Effective in building and restoring personal relationships
  • Comfortable working in a multi-ethnic context

PCC offers a competitive salary and benefits package.

Feel free to meander through our website at parliamentchurch.com to learn more about us.

Send a resume and cover letter to ashtonr@sasktel.net or Parliament Community Church, 4011 Pasqua Street, Regina, Saskatchewan, S4S 6C8.

Who We Are

Our Reflection

This past summer we celebrated 75 years of God’s care upon our church. The decades past have built a rich foundation for the decades to come.  A typical Sunday morning will find a congregation of 250 in a contemporary service, with a spectrum of worship responses. But typical is not our goal. We long, younger and older, to engage with God in ways that convey His worth and our delight in being His children. We are not a “once a week” family. Opportunities to connect, learn and serve are offered through out the week. We are connected locally and serve globally. Our local partnerships include two other congregations which share heart and space with us. Can a Korean Presbyterian Church and a Congolese Pentecostal Church co-exist with a MB prairie congregation? Come any Sunday and see! Our local and global perspective for missions is deeply rooted in our DNA. It’s evident in our prayers, our going and our giving. We count our people, facility, land and location as gifts to be stewarded for God.

Our Home

Not only does Regina have one of the fastest growth rates in Canada, but it was also named as one of the best cities in Canada to find employment in 2016. It is also a “top ten” city for new immigrants. But our perspective is not defined by Stats Canada. You need “feet on the ground” to realize that we are surrounded by a growing community, largely made up of young families and those new to Canada.  We partner with local ministries to care for Regina and develop relationships through the University of Regina and our two sister congregations to address the practical needs of those adjusting to a new life in Regina. We recognize that God has placed before us ample opportunity to be a congregation which welcomes people not just to Canada but to Christ.

Our Heart

We realize that we are in transition. We are not simply “between” lead pastors, but we are “before” a new chapter of God’s story among us. We celebrate what has been and are excited by what can be. We are not blind to the challenges ahead. We’ve been able to name and own the places where God invites us to prepare for what’s new.  Here is our heart.  We long to be a people led by the Spirit. The simple motions of Church are not sufficient. We crave the reality of His presence. We want to deepen and expand our connections as a family of faith. We want to embrace His Word through clear proclamation and personal submission. We look to give ourselves to mission corporately and individually. We want to smile, both at our past with appreciation, and at our future with hope. 

Forest Grove Community Church - Children’s Ministry Director

  • Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
  • Full Time

Forest Grove Community Church is inviting applications for a Children’s Ministry Director. This is a permanent, full time position. It will begin in July, 2018. Our Children’s Ministry has two priorities: discipling families through engaging children's programming, and equipping parents as spiritual leaders of their children. We aspire to be a community where children feel loved, safe and accepted. The Children's Ministry Director will provide leadership toward this end.

The Children’s Ministry Director will work under the leadership and supervision of the Family Ministries Pastor to plan and prepare curriculum, recruit and support volunteers and lead programming supporting the spiritual development of children at each stage of their growth.

A successful applicant must have the ministry training, education, gifts, passions and calling necessary for this role. He or she must also be in complete support of the FGCC mission and vision. Recent college grads are encouraged to apply.

This is a full time, salaried position commensurate with qualifications and experience of the individual and the current FGCC salary grid. For more details or to inquire further, please contact office@forestgrovecc.com. Please also consider the FGCC website for more information about our church: www.forestgrovecc.com

Forest Grove Community Church (North Site Pastor)

  • Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
  • Full Time

Forest Grove Community Church is actively seeking a full-time pastor for our new, third congregation. The specific unique vision for this congregation is in development. FGCC is a multi-site church currently consisting of two existing congregations (Attridge and Broadway), and one new congregation. The anticipated launch date for our third congregation is late fall 2016 or early winter 2017. We have one vision and mission as a church with one budget and leadership council (Board) for all sites. Each of our sites expresses (lives out) the common vision/mission in a unique way. Our first site (Attridge) has about 650 people in average Sunday attendance. Our second site (Broadway) has about 130 people in average Sunday attendance.

This site pastor role involves preaching 60-70% of Sundays, leadership, discipleship, equipping and some administration. As this is a new congregation, there will be a church planting aspect to the role. The successful candidate will have spiritual maturity and health as well as proven leadership ability. The site pastor will need to fit well with the ministry DNA of Forest Grove Community Church, the Saskatchewan Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches, as well as our staff and leadership team.

To learn more about this position or to apply visit Forest Grove’s employment page.

Richmond Park Mennonite Church (Pastor)

  • Brandon, Manitoba
  • Full Time

Richmond Park Church (RPC) is a member of the Manitoba and Canadian Mennonite Brethren Conferences that was founded in 1954 as a church plant in response to young people moving into the city from surrounding rural areas. It has grown into a strong and consistent presence in Brandon, and has recently welcomed a Spanish-speaking congregation under its administrative umbrella. As our mission statement proclaims, RPC “exists as a caring community with the desire to engage in meaningful relationships with God and each other, equipping all to live in worship, devotion and integrity founded on God’s inspired word.”
Richmond Park Church is looking for a Pastor who is guided by the Bible in both personal life and pastoral ministry. If you are someone who believes in the MB Statement of Faith and accepts and promotes the tenets of Anabaptist Theology then this might be a good fit for you.
The main focus of this position is to provide leadership to the church community by working with the Visionary Board to set the vision of the church and build a strong sense of common purpose and community.
You will be an authentic person that builds lasting relationships with people in the church and the community. You will be compassionate and driven to work with our Caring Team to ensure the needs of people in the congregation are met.

You will understand the value that other members and lay speakers of the congregation bring to our ministerial duties and will provide leadership, encouragement and support to those who are engaged with the goals and missions of the church. You will provide meaningful sermons to the church while working with the Worship Team Leader and our lay speakers to nurture a spirit of team ministry. You’ll be involved in leading Adult Sunday School and will teach Baptism and Membership classes as needed.
Your previous experience in ministry, working with a team in a church or educational settings where Anabaptist theology was valued will have prepared you for this role. You will be able to demonstrate how you’ve successfully mentored others for ministry, with a history of effective pulpit speaking guided by your formal theological training.
This competition will remain open until filled. For more information visit our website at www.richmondparkchurch.ca, applications should be submitted to rpc@wcgwave.ca.

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Worship Arts Pastor

Greendale MB Church is a multi-generational church committed to building disciples who love God and are committed to reaching out to others with that love. Our pastoral team includes a lead pastor, youth pastor, and children’s ministries pastor. The heart of the leadership is to equip the church for discipleship.





  • A clear testimony of faith in Jesus Christ and a vital, growing personal relationship with Him including spiritual disciplines such as Bible reading, prayer, personal worship, confession, and fellowship
  • Commitment to moral purity
  • Demonstrated excellence as a worship leader
  • Formal musical and theological training would be preferred
  • Has good interpersonal skills and the ability to relate and communicate to people at all levels
  • Demonstrate strong administration, planning and organizational abilities


Duties and Responsibilities

The Pastor of Worship Arts is responsible for providing spiritual leadership, vision and pastoral care to the worship ministry of the church.

  • The Pastor of Worship arts will plan the corporate worship services of GMB in consultation with the Lead Pastor and do so with prayer, conceptual forethought, theological accuracy, and musical appropriateness
  • Ensure that all the musical and technical aspects of the service advance the theme for the day
  • Oversee the spiritual development of the congregation through music, media and the arts in dialogue with the Lead Pastor with the desire to have a congregation of active participants
  • Develop spiritually mature leaders of worship teams through times of training, planning, music selection and personal interaction
  • Create an environment that encourages, nurtures, and supports the development of new and existing worship team members and the musical and artistic gifts God has given them
  • Work in conjunction with the Technicians Ministry Team to train and develop media and sound technicians who have a heart for serving Jesus Christ through their ministry
  • Lead the congregation in worship an average of twice a month
  • Oversee the planning of special services like Easter and Christmas
  • Send out set lists, song keys, etc. for the upcoming service in a timely manner so team members can prepare and meditate on the songs before the Wednesday evening practice
  • Serve as the chairperson of the Worship Arts Ministry Team
  • Communicate with the Decorating Ministry Team (i.e., informing them of what is happening with themes etc. at church)


Additional Responsibilities

  • To prepare a budget in the spring and write an annual report for the annual meeting
  • To serve as a member of the Church Ministries Council
  • To carry out such other duties as may be assigned by the Lead Pastor under the advisement of the Board of Directors
  • The Pastor of Worship Arts is accountable to the Lead Pastor and the Staff Relations Committee and ultimately to the membership




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Posted on: 2018/04/24

Executive Pastor

South Abbotsford Church is located in Abbotsford, British Columbia and is a part of the BC Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches.  We are a congregation that desires to follow hard after Jesus, become like Him, turn people to God, and engage in the extraordinary life He gives.

We are currently seeking a qualified candidate to fill the role of Executive Pastor in a full time capacity.  Responsibilities include assisting in the development and execution of the church’s strategic plan, overseeing human resources and finances, ensuring the operational readiness of the church, and engaging hands on in the equipping of the church members for ministry.  Demonstrated leadership ability, commitment to collaboration, empowerment of people and a solution-sided mindset will be qualities of the successful candidate. The successful candidate must demonstrate a life of full allegiance to Jesus and a deep, self-sacrificial love for His church.  

Related education and experience will be considered significant assets.  

Please visit https://www.southabbotsford.com/Employment to view the full Relationship Description for the position or to make application.

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Posted on: 2018/04/23

Maintenance Manager

The Maintenance Manager will manage the maintenance of the university’s buildings and grounds.  The Maintenance Manager will have a keen understanding of maintenance requirements of institutional buildings and their systems and will have the ability to recognize maintenance issues, prioritize and determine optimal solutions, and take appropriate steps.

The successful candidate will have a personality, which will contribute to the friendly and engaging image, which the institution wishes to project to all students, visitors, faculty, and staff.


Supervisory Role

  • Responsible to define work assignments, set priorities, train and supervise support maintenance staff, vendors and contract trades people within the authority provided by the Director of Operations
  • Participate in hiring process of support level maintenance and summer staff

General Maintenance, Repairs, Project Management & Execution

  • Manage and execute renovation projects, including planning, determining required materials and trades, and supervising staff and external contractors
  • Troubleshoot, plan, supervise and perform minor repairs including carpentry, drywall, plumbing, electrical, mechanical, and problems with maintenance equipment and appliances
  • Assist hosting department as required to perform event set-ups and moving of furniture

Manage Heating Ventilating and Air Conditioning (HVAC systems)

  • The incumbent will have primary responsibility for maintaining HVAC systems including, hot water, glycol, steam, and geo-thermal
  • This includes performing maintenance, planning and supervising preventative maintenance including testing and recordkeeping, directing staff and external contractors, prioritizing and optimizing solutions to problems

Working Conditions

  • Capable of intense physical activity, at times including heavy lifting
  • Capable of working in hot and cold environments
  • Capable of understanding and operating maintenance equipment
  • Participate in evening & weekend on-call shift rotation


  • A commitment to the church and mission of CMU
  • Post-secondary education or training in a related field
  • Self-motivated with strong interpersonal skills, organizational abilities and the willingness to work independently and with other employees in a team-oriented environment
  • Creative and inventive problem solving skills
  • A 5th Class Power Engineer Certificate or ability to qualify
  • Formal training and experience in supervisory skills and building maintenance an asset
  • Aptitude for engaging and supervising external contractors
  • Ability to recognize maintenance issues, prioritize and determine optimal solutions, and to take appropriate steps
  • Significant skill in one or more of the following: carpentry (rough and finish), operation/maintenance of commercial heating/cooling systems, plumbing, electrical
  • Knowledge of life safety systems would be an asset

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Posted on: 2018/04/19


C2C Network, a North American church planting network, and MB Mission, a global church-planting mission, recently merged to become one agency that is focused on inspiring, equipping and encouraging the body of Christ to plant and multiply churches locally, nationally and globally. If you are passionate about Jesus, you desire to see the local church engaged in mission, and you thrive in the world of media and communications, then get in touch with our team about this opportunity.
Position Title:  Media Director

Responsible to:  Lead Team, Media & Mobilization

Purpose:  This role provides strategic leadership and creative direction for the brand of a newly merged mission agency focused on local, national and global church planting. In light of the merger, this role will need to develop and direct the communications strategy to both bring along current partners and supporters and lead the development and media team toward new opportunities.


  • Lead the strategic development of a new brand and key messaging for a newly merged mission agency planting churches in North America and around the globe
  • In conjunction with Lead Team Media, develop and implement a comprehensive and integrated strategic marketing plan for internal and external constituencies to promote the new brand and mission of the merged agency
  • Provide leadership to both a centralized media team and global network of media specialists
  • Provide strategic media resourcing for donor relations, major and planned giving
  • Provide hands-on leadership to the components of a marketing program, including but not limited to graphic design, market research, branding, writing, photography, videography, social media, and website design
  • Establish an overall culture of excellence in all aspects of the mission agency communications that strives for professionalism and to inspire individuals, churches and partners
  • Develop and manage the media budgets
  • Manage the overall communications calendar including project management for key campaigns and events
  • Establish and implement communication metrics that support the organizational outcomes defined in the strategic plan
  • Assure that market intelligence is received and analyzed to facilitate better integrated marketing communication decision making
  • Assist the President, C.E.O. and Partnership Development staff with media resources for representing the agency externally
  • Ensure all integrated marketing and brand development opportunities being pursued are consistent with the agency’s values and vision


  • A degree in Communications/Marketing/Development and at least ten years of progressive experience in the field, with preference given to experience in higher education
  • Knowledge of all aspects of marketing, communications
  • Ability to pursue, manage and monitor multiple integrated marketing and communications opportunities simultaneously to meet performance goals
  • Project management and additional skill related to marketing, which could include website development/management, writing, graphic design, videography, etc.
  • Proficiency in popular social media platforms and ability to generate analytic data measuring its impact
  • Ability to interpret analytic data to make informed decisions and optimize returns on investment
  • Strong leadership and supervisory abilities
  • Good interpersonal communication skills including listening, relating, diplomacy, tact and creative problem solving
  • Positive personal characteristics of attitude, flexibility, initiative, persistence, professional appearance and presentation, and team spirit


  • Committed to the Church, and an active participating member of a local church
  • Exemplary Christian character and lifestyle
  • Integrity and moral excellence, with life above reproach
  • Commitment to enthusiastically assist in fulfillment of mission agency vision

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Posted on: 2018/04/18


C2C Network, a North American church planting network and MB Mission, a global church planting mission, have recently merged to become one agency that is focused on inspiring, equipping and encouraging the body of Christ to plant and multiply churches locally, nationally and globally. We are looking for someone who is passionate about Jesus, desires to see the church engaged in mission locally, nationally and globally, and is someone who has Human Resources leadership expertise that can unleash people into their full potential.
Position Title:  Director of Human Resources

Responsible to:  C.E.O.

Purpose:  The Director of Human Resources provides strategic leadership for all the HR functions in the organization and oversees the duty of care for our workers in North American and Internationally.  As a newly merged global mission agency they will work alongside the senior leaders to develop and align HR systems and processes to organizational priorities and needs. The HR Director leads the HR team in implementing all aspects of the HR function, right down to the tactical and transactional level. She/he serves as a leader of change across the organization and as an HR advisor, coach and consultant to leadership, in support of organizational goals and objectives.


  • Participate with senior leadership in identifying organizational needs and priorities and the role of HR in assisting and driving these priorities
  • Anticipate and identify future people-related issues to ensure strategies, programs and processes for all HR functions (e.g. recruitment, staffing, retention, performance management, succession planning, compensation, and change management) are consistent with the current and future needs of the organization
  • In consultation with senior leadership, review, revise and implement HR policies, processes and procedures in response to internal and external needs and in compliance with relevant employment and employment related legislation requirements
  • Assess our people related systems and processes across the organization for opportunities to streamline for efficiency and effectiveness
  • Provide advice and training where appropriate to managers and supervisors regarding current employment legislation, HR best practices, employee relations issues and performance management
  • Manage the organizational group benefits and pension plans
  • Oversee and monitor the payroll process regarding compensation, benefits administration and status changes
  • Ensure risk management policies/framework is sufficient and processes are in place to assure compliance
  • Oversee incident management process; ensuring incidents are appropriately documented & investigated and reported to appropriate levels of leadership
  • Maintain and update the Policies and Procedures
  • Liaise with legal counsel on HR and immigration issues as required
  • Supervise, direct and evaluate the human resources team with emphasis to team development, Biblical leadership, service orientation and collaboration


  • Growing personal relationship with Jesus Christ and commitment to a local church
  • Sense of calling to church planting locally, nationally and globally
  • High leadership acumen based in Biblical convictions
  • Minimum 10 years of management experience, preferably in the human resources field
  • Certified Human Resources Professional designation is preferred
  • Experience working with relevant human resources systems across multiple environments
  • Superior judgment within a broad spectrum of HR functions and issues
  • Experience overcoming the issues inherent in a geographically dispersed organization with a demonstrated commitment to consistency, equity and transparency
  • Strong leadership and supervisory abilities, including goal accomplishment and work prioritization
  • Good interpersonal communication skills including listening, relating, diplomacy, tact and creative problem solving
  • Strategic thinker


  • Committed to the church, and an active participating member of a local church
  • Exemplary Christian character and lifestyle
  • Genuine and evident love for other persons demonstrated by consistent spirit of kindness, compassion and respect for all other persons
  • Integrity and moral excellence, with life above reproach
  • Commitment to enthusiastically assist in fulfillment of mission agency vision

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Posted on: 2018/04/18

Full Time Youth Pastor

  1. Deep Spirituality 1 Timothy 3-4 , 1 Peter 5
    a) Profess a saving faith in the Lord Jesus Christ
    b) Strong teacher with a love for God’s word
    c) Born again according to the scriptures
    d) Baptized and subscribed to the MB statement of faith
  2. One who is called to the ministry and exhibits a personal and growing relationship with God
  3. Formal education is an asset but not required (Bachelor’s Degree and evangelical theological training)
  4. Previous practical experience in pastoral ministry (internship at another Church with a medium to large size youth group)
  5. Pastoral philosophy of equipping and discipling students and volunteer leaders
  6. Commitment to a team approach to ministry including delegating responsibility to team members
  7. Relational style of leadership and ministry
  8. Social and high energy
  9. Self-starter and able to work without direct supervision
  10. Relate to the unique needs of teenagers in today’s cultureJob Responsibilities:
  1. Recruit, disciple, and sustain a team of volunteer leaders
  2. Responsible to organize, communicate and administer skilfully and efficiently
  3. To provide pastoral care of the youth, youth leaders and families of the youth.
  4. To provide solid biblical teaching so that youth may have an opportunity to come to Christ and grow in their relationship with Him.
  5. To incorporate practical service opportunities.
  6. To be involved in the leadership of the College and Career Ministry.
  7. To be committed to life-long spiritual and theological training.
  8. To plan, coordinate and facilitate all regular youth activities.
  9. To prepare a budget in the spring and write an annual report for the annual meeting.
  10. The Youth Pastor is accountable to the Lead Pastor and the Staff Relations Committee and ultimately to the membership.
  11. Be personally involved in developing relationships with and reaching out to the unchurched and unsaved in our community.
  12. Integrate youth into all aspects of church life to create a culture that intentionally inter-generational striving to unite with and compliment other church ministries
  13. Involved in Sunday morning service and preaching from the pulpit (up to 6 times per year).
  14. Being in charge of staff, services, and overall ministry when senior pastor is away

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Posted on: 2018/04/18

Children and Youth Co-Ordinator

Children and Youth Co-ordinator | Job Posting | www.standrewsduncan.org

St. Andrews Presbyterian Church

531 Herbert St., Duncan, BC, V9L 1T2

Acts 20:28 reads, “Keep watch over yourselves and all the flock of which the Holy Spirit has made you overseers. Be shepherds of the church of God, which he bought with his own blood.” Believing that St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church (Duncan, BC) is a church that God himself has bought, that is to say, recognizing it is His church before it is ours and that our job is to “oversee” the flock he gives us, we joyfully support the role of Children and Youth Co-ordinator (CYC) and to empower the person in the role to offer welcome and discipleship to those children and youth found within the congregation as well as the broader community.

The CYC will work in a team setting with the Senior Pastor, and other staff, to ensure that we are keeping watch over ourselves and fulfilling the mandate of Acts 2:42, “They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer.”

The CYC will be responsible for co-ordinating part-time staff and volunteers and supporting them as needed to run programs that engage children and youth while trying to foster as multi-generational relationships. This is a program-based position.

It is expected that the CYC would work full time (37.5 hours/week) prioritizing the creation (or selection), and implementation of programs towards this end: to raise up disciples of Jesus Christ who learn to love him and serve the community. Programs must include Messy Church, Jr. Youth group, Sr. Youth Group, Mission Project group, summer VBS or “Wacky Camps,” and may include Pro-D day activities, and an after school tutoring program, Bible studies, leadership studies, or other as seen fit to meet the needs of the children and youth and fostering deepening faith, please see addendum for basic descriptions.


  • A love of Jesus and a knowledge of his word
  • Relevant Post-Secondary studies an asset
  • Experience leading youth groups
  • A love of children and youth
  • An ability to embrace people from varied backgrounds
  • A heart to see lives transformed and a demonstrated ability create space for the Holy Spirit to work in the lives of others
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a team setting
  • Ability to oversee others
  • Ability to seek guidance when needed and to listen to advice when given


  • Remuneration TBD based on qualifications and experience
  • 2 paid weeks of holidays + stated weeks (1 at Christmas and 1 during March break)
  • Health and dental benefits + MSP payments
  • Cell Phone


Addendum regarding programming

Messy Church: is a monthly evening church service targeted to all ages. This would be run with the help of the pastor and other staff. For more information visit https://www.messychurch.org.uk or https://www.wycliffecollege.ca/messy-church-canada (this program is not currently happening).

Junior Youth Group: a weekly gathering focusing on elementary aged children centering on relationship building, fun, and teaching the gospel.

Senior Youth Group: a weekly gathering during the school year targeted to teenagers focusing on relationship building, fun, and teaching the gospel.

Summer VBS or Wacky Camp: summer programming for children either in a large intensive block (traditional VBS) or at an easier pace (3 hrs/day), volunteer dependent.

Mission Project Group: a children and youth based group that meets to discuss mission and justice issues as well as plan and live out a missional project or two in a school year (this program is not currently happening).

Pro-D Day activities: offering safe and fun programing for children at least one Pro-D Day per month (this program is not currently happening).

Tutoring Program: to oversee older students who would tutor younger students in elementary math and reading (this program is not currently happening).

Leadership Studies: a program fostering leadership abilities in youth who may see themselves as future leaders in church or elsewhere (this program is not currently happening).

The new programs would involve experimenting, trial and error, and an openness to failure and replacement by other ideas.

All programs will require status updates regarding their effectiveness and required time investment by staff and volunteers to the Pastor and Staff Relations Committee and communication with the congregation.

To submit an application, please send cover letter and resume to drake.dynamics@telus.net and carbon copy to pastor@standrewsduncan.org.

Closing Date: July 31st, 2018 or until position is filled.







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Posted on: 2018/04/18

Chaplain – Long Term Care

  • Degree/Diploma in Theology or Divinity
  • Previous experience working in LTC (preferred)
  • Team focused, compassionate, takes initiative
  • Excellent communication and pastoral care skills
  • Respect for Mennonite culture and traditions

The successful candidate will be involved in promoting high-quality, multi-faith spiritual care for residents and their families, as well as staff, that is consistent with the mission and values of Fairview Mennonite Home. Among various duties, this role involves assessing spiritual and religious care needs, developing and implementing spiritual care plans, arranging or providing appropriate spiritual care, and working with members of our multidisciplinary team.
**Successful applicant must work well with residents who have Dementia and responsive behaviours**

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Posted on: 2018/04/18

Lead Pastor

Mindemoya Missionary Church Pastor

Permanent, Full-time
Mindemoya, Manitoulin Island, Ontario
As available; Succession plan with retiring pastor preferred Negotiated based on ​EMCC Compensation Guidelines

Roles and Responsibilities:

❖ Disciple-making – discipling and training of ministry volunteers and congregational leaders; equipping them for the disciple-making of others.

❖ Pastoral Care and Counseling – spiritual support and guidance as required in times of need

❖ Preaching and Teaching – preaching and teaching that will equip people to learn what it means to live as a disciple of Jesus

❖ Community Outreach – passion and vision for demonstrating the love of Jesus to Manitoulin Island

❖ Sunday Morning Service ​- oversee and provide guidance to the Worship Committee

❖ Life Group Ministries – equipping leaders and promoting congregational participation in small group based discipleship


  • ❖  Clear testimony of encountering the love of Jesus, leading to personal repentance and saving faith
  • ❖  Person of prayer, faith, vision and integrity who maintains a close relationship with God
  • ❖  Evidence of the fruit of the Holy Spirit and desire to live for God’s glory
  • ❖  Leadership qualifications as set out in scripture
  • ❖  Willingness to come under leadership and lead with humility
  • ❖  Relationships of integrity and be respected by those outside the church and within
  • ❖  Gifts of teaching and preaching
  • ❖  Training and experience in pastoral counsel and care
  • ❖  Experience with Life Groups
  • ❖  A team player who builds and functions well in teams
  • ❖  A lifetime learner
  • ❖  Organizational leadership excellence
  • ❖  A bachelor’s degree or equivalent ministry qualification from an accredited Bible College
  • ❖  A licence or ordination with the ​EMCC or another denomination with similar vision and values and be willing to pursue credentials with the ​EMCC

Mindemoya Missionary Church Profile

  • ❖  OUR PURPOSE: To glorify God through fulfilling the Great Commandment and the Great Commission
  • ❖  OUR MISSION: To be a caring Christian family of missionary servants that impacts Manitoulin Island and the World with the Good News of Jesus Christ.
  • ❖  OUR VISION: Making God’s love tangible in our world.
    • ➢  We are a community of Bible-formed, faith-filled, Spirit-empowered followers of Jesus Christ who are passionate about loving God and what He loves most – people!
    • ➢  We are passionate about receiving and responding to God’s love. We want to see God exalted in our worship and glorified by our lives of obedience.
    • ➢  We are passionate about sharing and showing God’s love by serving people – the people in our families, in our church family, in our communities and in our world.
    • ➢  We are passionate about joining Jesus in fulfilling His Great Commission. We want to see people come into a relationship with Jesus Christ, based on humble repentance and faith in him, with the aim that they become fully-devoted and obedient disciples of Jesus.
    • ➢  We are passionate about prayer as a priority in our personal walk with God, in our homes, in our small groups, in our ministry, and in our worship.
    • ➢  We are passionate about sacrificially giving ourselves through acts of irrational generosity – willing to take risks, refusing to think small or play it safe.We are multigenerational congregations with a large contingent of young families and teens. Approximately 33% of the congregation are children and teens, 33% are working age, and 34 % are seniors. We have active Sunday School, and weekly Children and Youth programs. Our average Sunday attendance is about 125, with a significant seasonal increase in the summer.Congregational members come from several communities across Manitoulin Island, with a mix of people from professional, self-employed, salaried and seasonal workers, as well as retired individuals.

      Our Sunday services are organized by 5 worship teams that prepare a variety of worship service styles, including contemporary, blended and traditional. We have two praise bands, a choir, IT, sound and lighting teams. All members of the congregation are encouraged to use their gifts and abilities.

      The church building was recently renovated and expanded with a debt-free, million dollar addition. This is extensively used by the congregation and the community, as it is the only barriers-free activity space in the town. We host several external activities, including walking groups, physio-therapy sessions, concerts, Christmas food bank sorting and hamper preparations, AA, among other things.

      We recognize some needs in our ministry, particularly to College and Careers and First Nations groups.

Community Profile – Manitoulin Island/Mindemoya

Manitoulin Island, the world’s largest freshwater island, is situated in the northern part of Lake Huron. A single lane swing bridge provides year round vehicle access to the mainland while seasonal ferry service on the M.S. Chi-cheemaun connects with southern Ontario. The largest city in proximity of Manitoulin District is Sudbury which is approximately 130 km northeast of Little Current. Approximately 14,000 people call Manitoulin Island “home”, residing in 13 communities and 7 First Nation Territories. Each summer, the population of Manitoulin swells as a large number of vacationers and seasonal residents converge to enjoy the natural beauty of the area.

Mindemoya Missionary Church is centrally located on Manitoulin Island in the community of Mindemoya and draws its members from across the island. Mindemoya boasts one of 2 island hospitals as well as a Family Health Team, dentist office and a pharmacy. Central Manitoulin Public School is located within the community and Manitoulin Secondary School is located a 10 minute drive away. The community also has senior housing and is home to Manitoulin Community Living which provides housing and care for developmentally challenged persons.

While big city chain stores can generally not be found on Manitoulin, retail opportunities are plentiful in Mindemoya with grocery, hardware, furniture, clothing, coffee shops and convenience stores providing all the necessities.

The Townships have year round recreation programming for all ages which include swimming lessons, baseball, hockey, soccer and curling.

With Manitoulin being situated in Lake Huron, it offers numerous big water harbours and marinas accessible to small and large pleasure craft. There are year round fishing and hunting opportunities on and around the numerous lakes on Manitoulin Island. Summer activities include hiking, golfing, road and mountain biking. Winter activities include snowmobiling, cross country skiing,curlingandhockey. Cyclingisapopularpastimeontheislandwith800kmofsuggested cycling routes that include paved shoulders on some of the main highways. For additional information: ​http://www.manitoulincycling.com/​ and ​https://www.manitoulintourism.com

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Posted on: 2018/04/18

Compassion Representative – Greater Saskatoon or Regina Area

The Compassion representative, located in the Greater Saskatoon or Regina region, will be responsible for connecting and building relationships with Pastors, Ministry Leaders. This role’s primary function is to acquire sponsorship and donations contributing to the overall goal of releasing children from poverty in Jesus’ name.

Compassion Canada is an international child development organization located in London Ontario, is seeking a Compassion Representative whose primary responsibility is building relationships with Pastors, Churches, Artists & Speakers, Volunteers, and other Christian influencers in Canada, with the goal of increasing the number of sponsorships and/or donations to Compassion Canada, while serving on the Ministry Relations Team.

Position:             Compassion Representative
Department:      Marketing & Strategy – Ministry Relations
Salary:                TBD + Benefits
Location:            Greater Saskatoon or Regina Area

Responsible for connecting and building relationships with mid-level donors. This role’s primary function is to acquire donations contributing to the overall goal of releasing children from poverty in Jesus’ name.


As outlined in more detail on the full Job Description, linked below, Compassion Representatives are expected to:

  • Be a member in good standing of a church that is in agreement with the Statement of Faith of Compassion Canada.
  • Have a working knowledge of church denominations and trends in Canadian Christian culture
  • Have strong organizational and time management skills
  • Be goal and outcome oriented
  • Be a gifted public and written communicator
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office, Outlook and the ability to learn and use database software as required
  • Flexible and open to regional and international travel, with a valid passport
  • Sales and/or Church Ministry Leadership Experience

Deadline for resumes: May 1 , 2018

For more information please visit: https://www.compassion.ca/employment/compassion-representative-greater-saskatoon-or-regina-area/

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Posted on: 2018/04/16



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