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Grace Community Church (MB) Profile - A Family of Love and Caring

A little about us:

Grace Community Church is a small town Church located in the friendly community of Herbert, Saskatchewan.  Our Sunday morning worship services are set in a very relaxed atmosphere and begin with a time of fellowship over coffee and muffins in the foyer.  Next we engage in a time of worship in song led by a number of different teams followed by a sermon.    We are affiliated with the Saskatchewan Conference of MB Churches and what we believe can be found at www.skmb.ca

We are a body of believers who are seeking to honour God by following our mission statement:  “Our mission is to love God and develop followers of Jesus Christ.”  We currently have the majority of our ministries centered around young families as well as our young children’s programs which have become very active and vibrant.  At present we have 3 childrens Sunday School classes and offer Childrens Church and babysitting during the Sunday morning message. 

Grace Community church also partners with the Herbert Community Youth Ministry (HCYM) which is a joint project supported by the churches of Herbert, named “The Cube”. This ministry is for Herbert and the surrounding area youth which employs a full time youth Pastor. We support The Cube in prayer, financially and have a number of our church family members serving as youth sponsors.

We are a multi-generational Church who wants to see people of all ages come to a saving faith in Christ.  Traditionally we have been a very giving Church and we are still dedicated to having a heart for missions and would love to begin to see mission teams going out from our Church once again.  At this time our average Sunday morning attendance is 60 – 70 people in addition to the small groups and prayer meetings that meet throughout the week.  We are not afraid to take risks and make changes when we believe that God is calling us to change.

Who we are looking for:

We are searching for a Jesus centered man whose love for his saviour is evident to all who meet him.  Someone who is not afraid to energetically and clearly preach the Biblical truths boldly with the goal of driving our congregation towards a more Christ centered life.  The ideal candidate will be an energetic people person who loves people and will take the initiative to connect with people and build relationships.  We are not so much seeking an office bound person but rather someone who wants to interact with the people of the Church throughout the week wherever they may be as well as being involved with the community.  We want him to show us how to take the gospel into the community.  Because we are a rural Church with a small paid staff (Lead Pastor, Secretary, Janitor) someone who is self-motivated and can work well as part of a team would be ideal.  He must fit with the Biblical outlines in 1 Timothy 3 : 1 – 7 and Titus 1 : 6 – 9.  Our future shepherd must have strong Biblical knowledge and an unyielding determination to expand the kingdom of God in our Church, in our community and to the ends of the earth.  The successful candidate must be credentialed with the SKMB.

A little about our community:

Herbert is a small town located 25 minutes east of Swift Current on the Trans-Canada highway with a population of around 800.  We are largely agriculture based but have been growing in other industries as well.  Our community has many services such as a K – 12 public school, outdoor swimming pool, Co-op gas station & hardware centre, library, grocery store, sports complex with an active hockey program, 3 sheet curling rink, a couple of restaurants, Herbert MCC Thrift Shop, fire department, post office, two senior care homes, Doctor and hospital, pharmacy, seniors drop in center, machine shop, local newspaper a number of hairdressers and Credit Union.

Surrounding attractions:

Herbert is close to many amenities and services such as:

Swift Current, located 25 minutes west of Herbert, is a town of approximately 16,000 people and offers a shopping mall, Walmart, movie theatre, two golf courses, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, movie theatre, bowling, art gallery, museum, Mennonite Heritage Village, to name a few.

Lake Diefenbaker, located 45 minutes north of Swift Current, with 800 kilometres of shoreline, it is the largest body of water in Southern Saskatchewan. It is known for golfing, camping, boating and world class walleye fishing.

The Great Sandhills, located 159 km north of Swift Current. The region contains one of the largest set of active sand dunes in Canada, which draws visitors from across the country.

Cypress Hills, located 156 km south west of Swift Current. For many, this has been a gathering place, and people have camped in the hills for centuries. Today, you can camp in these same hills, fly-fish the streams, hike the trails and zipline through the trees. The park is home to rare wild flowers, 220 species of birds and 47 mammals including moose, elk, deer, antelope and cougar.

Temple Gardens Hotel and Spa, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, 154 km east of Herbert.  Located in historic downtown Moose Jaw, Temple Gardens Hotel & Spa offers the ultimate Saskatchewan escape.

After prayerful consideration if this position is something that you believe God is calling you to, please feel free to direct any questions or your resume to clintmathies@hotmail.com or to Box 577, Herbert, SK, S0H 2A0

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Lead Pastor

Port Moody Pacific Grace Mennonite Brethren Church in Port Moody, B.C., consisting of Cantonese, English, and Mandarin speaking congregations is seeking a Lead Pastor.

The applicant should possess the following qualifications:

  1. Graduated from an evangelical seminary
  2. Called to shepherd churches in North America, with a minimum of 10 years pastoral experience and at least 3 years ministry experience in North America
  3. Understands and appreciates Canadian and Chinese cultures
  4. Fluent in English and Cantonese (Mandarin is an asset)
  5. Have a heart in missions and evangelism
  6. Team player, and able to lead a multi-staff team
  7. If married, the spouse should express the same serving heart
  8. Recognizes the beliefs of the Mennonite Brethren denomination

More information of our church and position can be found on our website, www.pmpgmbc.ca 604-939-8281

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Posted on: 2019/09/21

Marketing Project Leader

The Marketing Project Leader will receive, scope and schedule projects—both those initiated by the Marketing teams and those that support other departments. They will prioritize work in keeping with identified goals of the team and organization. They will lead a team of project coordinators and will be responsible for forming strong relationships with other departments and developing a deep understanding of how their work and the work of marketing interact with and impact one another.

This position requires a high degree of administrative, leadership and negotiation abilities, as well as passion for serving across the organization. It is a combination of:

  • hard skills related to project management, planning and process development AND
  • soft skills (1) to nurture relationships with multiple stakeholders, (2) to listen carefully and understand what the person requesting the project hopes to achieve and (3) the initiative to work with the individual and other leaders to redefine the request when appropriate.

This role reports to the Executive Director of Marketing.

Ministry Focus

Since Compassion Canada is a Christian Mission organization whose role involves both ministry in and to the local church, both in Canada and abroad, and since it is expected of our donor base that we operate as a Christian ministry giving honour to Jesus Christ, employees of Compassion Canada shall:

  • Participate in regular chapel services and corporate prayers.
  • Pray with donors when requested by same or when deemed appropriate with donor’s permission. (This will apply to some positions more than others).
  • Conduct themselves in a Christ-like manner at work and outside the workplace.
  • Promote and defend the evangelical approach to ministry that Compassion Canada has adopted and put into practice.

It is further recognized that, since Compassion Canada is a Church-based ministry, both in Canada and abroad, each employee should be a member in good standing of a church that is in agreement with Statement of Faith of Compassion Canada.

Duties and Responsibilities

The Marketing Project Leader will:

  • Receive and promptly review all incoming marketing requests.
  • Coordinate the timely implementation of projects and requests.
  • Nurture relationships with other departments to understand needs, set expectations and create partnerships.
  • Align with marketing leaders to determine priorities and capacity in order to plan the best way forward.
  • Combine data and instinct to find process efficencies, measure results and develop and roll out creative solutions.
  • Support and contribute to the development of departmental budgets, strategies, plans and help establish priorities.
  • Work with their team to own processes and manage projects on behalf of the Marketing team such as ordering supplies, arranging special events, coordinating team activities, etc.
  • Promote a culture of proactive cross-functional communication, collaboration and planning. Drive clarity when confusion arises or areas of responsibility overlap. Keep others well informed of changes that may affect thing.
  • Lead and develop a project marketing team toward one vision.
  • Work with minimal supervision, proactively searching out and advocating for opportunities to strengthen our organization’s performance, people and systems.
  • Explore and inspire innovative thinking that invites colleagues to find new and better ways to achieve objectives.
  • Take initiative to anticipate and intervene to discuss issues before they occur.

Other Skills Required

  • Spiritual maturity that leads by example and is rooted in a desire to serve staff and the organization in order to accomplish strategic goals.
  • Strong communication skills, both written and in person, as this person will often represent the Marketing team.
  • Ability to combine high-level thinking and planning with a keen attention to detail.
  • Demonstrated interpersonal skills to manage conflict and confidently negotiate with tact and diplomacy.
  • Self-directed learner with exceptional problem-solving skills
  • Proficiency in common project management methods and tools and in Excel, PowerPoint and Word.

Experience Required

  • At least 2 to 4 years of project management experience. Strong preference given to someone who has worked within a marketing or creative design team.
  • Experience leading cross-functional teams that were tasked with finding innovative ‘win-win’ solutions is strongly recommended.
  • Have led, coached and developed direct reports.


The ideal candidate will have a postsecondary education. They will also have a keen desire to continually learn and develop new skills that will make them better at project management today and will help them grow in the future in relevant areas of personal and professional development.

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Posted on: 2019/09/18

MWC Interim Chief Communications Officer

MWC is looking for an interim Chief Communications Officer from November 2019-October 2020.

The MWC Interim Chief Communications Officer is part of the MWC Operations team (senior leadership of MWC) who leads the overall MWC communication team in planning communication strategy and content. Specific responsibilities include: oversee Communications projects ensuring deadlines are met and MWC standards followed; work with and oversee Communications team; connecting the Communications team with other MWC staff as needed; managing website postings/updates and Communications translations; managing Communications electronic mailings; and other responsibilities as assigned and as time permits.

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Posted on: 2019/09/16

Lead Pastor

Westwood Community Church in Winnipeg, MB is seeking a full time Lead Pastor. The Church was founded in 1979 with a current attendance of approximately 150. Westwood serves all ages, has a blended worship style, is raising up young leaders, and hosts many community events. The Lead Pastor will be responsible to facilitate the development of WCC’s vision and lead the Church toward that vision. The Pastor will do this primarily by setting the spiritual tone, by biblically oriented preaching and teaching, and by equipping the Church toward maturity in Christ. The Pastor should be committed to the Mennonite Brethren Confession of Faith and to living a lifestyle consistent with that confession.

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Posted on: 2019/09/14

Facilites Manager


This individual will report to the General Manager.


  • Familiarity with mechanics plus general building maintenance and repair.
  • Ability and willingness to work together as a team with staff and volunteers.
  • Willingness to spend an occasional weekend, or week, at our wilderness camp location for start-up, general operation, and end of season closing down for both winter and summer camps.
  • Able to coordinate groups of people to accomplish larger tasks, particularly at our camp.
  • Driver’s licence required; Class 4 and boat licence preferred.


Assignment Description:

Inner City Youth Alive is looking for a person with a heart for the poor and marginalized in society, possessing gifts of helps or service. This person would ensure that both facilities and vehicles in the city and at camp are well maintained, repaired, and ready for program use.  The expectation for this position is a minimum 40-hour workweek with the normal schedule being Monday to Friday, 9-5 at our Winnipeg location.  Occasionally an evening or weekend call may be required for special events or emergencies, and duties at our wilderness campsite will necessitate several weekends or weeks at this remote location, however it will be spread throughout summer and winter.


  • Maintain our three-story facility on Aberdeen Avenue, which, besides normal maintenance requirements, experiences regular vandalism and occasional break-ins.
  • Provide supervision to the cleaning staff, which may include youth.
  • Conduct/oversee maintenance and repair of vehicles, including two 15-passenger vans, various vehicles, trailers, and 44-passenger bus.
  • Oversee facilities and property at our isolated camp (for about 30 people) on an island in Nopiming Provincial Park with consideration given to leave as little of an impact on the environment as possible. Maintenance at the site will be conducted in the summer and winter months.  Operations include solar panels, small wind generator and gasoline generator for electricity, a small gas powered water pump, propane hot water tank and kitchen appliances, wood stoves, and a compost toilet, as well as the buildings.  A satellite phone is provided in case of emergencies.
  • Maintenance of recreational vehicles, including a quad, boats and snowmobiles.
  • It is not expected that all repairs will need to be complete by the Facilities Manager but outside resources can be enlisted as well.

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Posted on: 2019/09/12

Administrative Assistant

MB Seminary is actively looking for an Administrative Assistant in our Langley, BC office to provide administrative support and assistance to our President and Lead Team. We are looking for a person with administrative experience within a team setting and who has a heart to see people educated and equipped to lead the church and other ministries in reaching Canada and beyond with the Good News of Jesus.

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Posted on: 2019/09/10

Lead (Senior) Pastor Salem Church

Salem Church in Waldheim, SK Canada is part of the Fellowship of Evangelical Bible Churches (FEBC) www.fellowshipforward.org and is seeking a full-time Lead (Senior) Pastor to shepherd our congregation of approximately 300 individuals. Waldheim is a community of approx. 1200 people and located 50 km north of Saskatoon, SK. www.waldheim.ca


This full-time position exists to:

  1. Teach the Word of God so that members of the congregation will understand the meaning of Scripture and its application to daily life.
  2. Oversee and/or coordinate the ministry initiatives of additional ministry staff as well as the services of the church to the broader community.
  3. Bring focus to the training and teaching of congregational members to equip them to be committed disciples of Jesus Christ who make other disciples of Jesus Christ.


Biblical Teaching

  1. Plan and carry out systematic teaching of the Word of God.
  2. Ensure baptismal and membership classes are organized as necessary.
  3. Provide biblical counsel to the Board of Elders where erroneous or false teaching has taken place within the church and ensure action is taken by the elders to prevent further expression of these teachings.
  4. Ensure that clear biblical teaching is provided in relation to contemporary doctrinal and social issues.
  5. Reinforce and teach the significance of biblical foundations in families so that parent will become the primary champions for developing vibrant faith in their children.


  1. Provide oversight to leaders of children’s, families’, youth and adult ministries.
  2. Help plan, initiate and participate in ongoing leadership training for elders and other church leaders.
  3. Provide leadership to discipleship/small group leaders and support them as necessary.
  4. Participate with the Board of Elders in carrying out church discipline procedures and provide teaching about church discipline for the whole congregation.
  5. Ensure that corporate prayer meeting opportunities are provided for the life of the church to see God’s power released through prayer.


  1. Be aware of the responsibilities and ministries of all church committees.
  2. Serve on the worship committee and ensure that the order of service is established for each worship service.
  3. Participate fully and consistently in the activities of the Board of Elders of which he is a full-fledged member by virtue of his office.
  4. Represent the church at community ministerial meetings.
  5. Submit ministry and expense reports to the Board of Elders at its regular meetings.
  6. Meet on a regular and preplanned basis with the chairman of the Board of Elders or his appointee.
  7. In collaboration with church staff ensure the regular church office hours are maintained and communicated to the church body.
  8. Meet regularly and on a pre-planned basis with church staff for planning, communication and prayer.
  9. If possible plan regular weekly days off and vacation times. At least two consecutive weeks of vacation time should be taken each year.
  10. Promote FEBC ministries in the church and attend FEBC functions.


  1. Develop the congregation as a ministering community and a missional body that reaches for Christ those who are outside the church walls.
  2. Encourage and equip members of the congregation to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ at every opportunity.
  3. Attempt to personally connect with newcomers and visitors to our church and teach members of the congregation to do the same.
  4. Seek to be visible in the community and participate in its activities.
  5. Ensure active communication with, support for and pastoral care of church missionaries taking care to work with and through their mission agencies.
  6. Challenge, identify and counsel potential mission candidates in the church.

Church Family Care

  1. Provide pre-marital counselling to members of our congregation who are planning to get married, whether in our church facilities or not.
  2. Provide support, counselling and pastoral care to bereaved families in the church and help in the organization of the funeral/memorial service as requested.
  3. Provide biblical counselling for marriage conflicts, addiction problems, depression, etc. or be prepared to direct people to competent counsellors who share our biblical world view.
  4. Foster a desire to keep the current intergenerational culture at Salem.
  5. Participate actively in the church visitation ministry designed to care for the sick, the hurting and the shut-ins.
  6. Commit to consistently and systematically praying for all church ministries and people involved in the life of the church.


Accountable to the Board of Elders in the person of its chairman.
Responsible for all ministry and administrative church staff.


  1. Those required of an elder as set forth in 1 Timothy 3:1-7 and Titus 1:5-9.
  2. Doctrinal viewpoints which are compatible with our Articles of Faith and those of the Fellowship of Evangelical Bible Churches (FEBC).
  3. Known as a communicator who has the ability to teach and preach in public.
  4. Bible college training equivalent to at least that of a Bachelor’s degree.
  5. A “team player”.
  6. Preferably, a previous pastoral experience.
  7. Preferably, a married man.
  8. A self-starter who is able to maintain an orderly personal schedule without constant oversight.
  9. Ability to work with and oversee staff members (ie. Youth pastor, church secretary, etc.)

Training & Career Development in the coming year:

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Posted on: 2019/09/07

Administrative Associate

JOB SUMMARY: Responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the Global Disciples Canada office and providing administrative support to the National Director.


  • A devoted disciple of Jesus Christ
  • Strong identification with the vision and mission of Global Disciples.


  • Self-starter with strong administrative and organizational skills
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office
  • Strong relational, verbal and written communication skills
  • Good time management and prioritization skills
  • Attention to detail and problem-solving skills
  • Experience working in the non-profit sector
  • Donor management software experience


  1. General Office Administration:
    • Manage the general administrative activities of the office:
    • Maintain and develop administrative/office systems
    • Keep and maintain various administrative records and documents – paper and electronic
    • Assist with planning, running and follow-up of fundraising and donor development events
  2. Communication:
    • Assist National Director with mailings (e.g. annual report, year-end appeal)
    • Assist National Director with planning and implementation of social media postings
    • Send out weekly/monthly prayer request communication to supporting churches
    • Assist with monthly stories newsletter on Mailchimp
  3. Donation processing and Donor Management:
    • Set-up Pre-Authorized Debit (PAD) donations and process monthly transactions
    • Process donations thru Stripe and PayPal, transfer donations to bank at month end
    • Pick up mail and deposit any cheques
    • Enter donor information into Kindful donor database
    • Ensure all donations are recorded in Kindful, and aligned with QuickBooks
    • Assist in donor acknowledgements
    • Assist with donor questions and setting up online donations
    • Inform National Director and Executive Administrator of new donors
  4. Assist the Canadian Board of Directors.
    • Serve as secretary to the board – take minutes and distribute to National Director and Board Chair
    • Arrange board meetings held in BC
  5. Other Duties as required to support the effective administration of Global Disciples Canada.


  • Responsible to National Director of Global Disciples Canada.
  • In the National Director’s absence, responsible to the Chair of the Board of Directors.


  • FTE: 5 (potentially becoming 1.0)
  • Salary: As agreed upon with the Global Disciples Canada board of directors.

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Posted on: 2019/09/07

Youth and Family Pastor

Youth and Family Pastor Job Listing
LAKEVIEW COMMUNITY CHURCH (KILLARNEY, MB) is seeking applicants for the position of Youth and Family Pastor. Lakeview Community Church is a multi-generational Mennonite Brethren church with a weekly attendance of 140. We are a church deeply devoted to God and are seeking a full-time Youth and Family Pastor. Our church is looking for an individual who is passionate about youth and family ministry, willing to build mentoring relationships, and excited about opportunities to engage both within the church and the community. Ultimately, we seek one who has a heart for God, who is relational and excited to join the ministry at LCC. A diploma or degree from a Christian college would be considered an asset, as would experience with family and/or youth ministry.

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Posted on: 2019/09/07

Assistant Chaplain

The Assistant Chaplain is under the direction and supervision of the Lead Chaplain and shall assist in the Chaplaincy ministry of Meadowood Manor. This can include preparing and leading in morning devotionals, weekly Bible studies, and preaching during Sunday Worship Services. The Assistant Chaplain will also assist in the visitation of residents, residents’ families, tenants, and staff of Meadowood Manor.



Under the direction and supervision of the Lead Chaplain, and at the times and to the extent determined by the Lead Chaplain, the Associate Chaplain shall assist with:


  1. Leading

Leading the following ministry activities/programs:

  • Daily Challenge
  • Morning Song
  • Bible Studies
  • Sunday Worship Services
  • Easter Services
  • Remembrance Day Services
  • Christmas Series
  • Christmas Candlelight Services
  • Sing-Along
  • Church Invitations


  1. Preparing

Preparing for the following ministry activities/programs:

  • Devotionals
  • Sermons
  • Bible Studies
  • Sunday Worship Services


  1. Administration

Administration of ministry activities/programs including:

  • PowerPoint Slides
  • Photos
  • Orders of Services
  • Selecting Hymns/Songs
  • Arranging
  • Contacting
  • Charting Spiritual Care Interventions
  • Sunday Service Resident Attendance


  1. Visitation

Visitation of:

  • Residents
  • Tenants
  • Staff
  • Hospitals
  • Families Requesting


  1. Attendances

Attending at:

  • Leadership & Partnership
  • Care Conferences
  • Care Plan Reviews
  • Family Advisory Committee
  • Prayer Time
  • Annual Fund Raising Dinners
  • Chaplaincy Support Dinners & Concerts
  • Continuing Education Seminars
  • Annual General Meetings – Manitoba Baptist Home Society Inc. & Meadowood Manor Foundation Inc.
  • Annual General Meetings – Manitoba Baptist Association
  • Mandatory In-services as required and determined by Meadowood Manor management
  • Other Events


  1. General

Carries out related duties as requested by the Lead Chaplain and/or the Chaplaincy Support Committee.

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Posted on: 2019/09/03



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