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Ministry Opportunities 

Children’s Ministry Director,  Dalmeny Community Church


12 hours per week starting in September

Agreement with Mennonite Brethren Confession of Faith


            Creation and oversight of a children’s ministry program that will disciple children (up to grade 6):

                        -by resourcing parents

                        -through a variety of children’s programming (ie. Sunday morning, clubs, etc)

            Leading, developing and being resource for volunteers

            Interacting with other churches and the community

Skills and Abilities required:


            Strong communication skills with both children and adults

            Works well as part of a team

            Organizational skills

            Self-starter and able to work without direct supervision

Do you have a passion for helping children become stronger followers of Jesus?  A passion for helping parents disciple their own children? Dalmeny Community Church is seeking to expand our staff team to include a Children’s Ministry Director who will help create and oversee a children’s program that does these two things.

Please send resume and references to Pastor Tony Martens at dccpastoralstaff@gmail.com by August 3rd.

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


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Ministry Internships

The NLCC Ministry Internship is designed to provide immersive ministry experiences and intentional instruction and mentoring that reflects NLCC’s Core Values:

On Our Knees: Nurturing leaders in their personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

Living the Gospel: Equipping leaders with a gospel-centred approach to life and ministry.

With Shared Lives: Modeling and enveloping leaders in a community of Christ-centred leaders.

Through Generous Love: Challenging leaders to expand the reach of their love for others by participating in various ministry opportunities according to, and sometimes beyond their giftings and abilities.

The 2018-2019 intern program runs from September 11, 2018 to May 12, 2019. It is a part-time (25 hours) paid position involving a discipleship lab, ministry training, personal mentorship, participation in staff prayer and team meetings, and a variety of ministry experiences, with a focus in a particular area of ministry.

Internships are available in children’s ministry, church/campus planting, adult ministry, and youth ministry (filled for 2018-2019).

Full information available at www.nlcc.ca/internship

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Posted on: 2018/07/16

Community Care Pastor

Community Care Pastor Position

McIvor Ave. MB Church

The Community Care Pastor is a 0.70 position at McIvor Avenue MB Church. He/She is accountable to the church through Council (Executive). The Candidate should be able and willing, together with his/her spouse (if applicable) to become a member of the McIvor Avenue MB Church and support its vision and mission ministry.


To lead McIvor church in a caregiving ministry that is holistic, proactive and responsive to immediate and long-term needs of both the church and neighbourhood communities.

Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Caregiving:
  • Maintain and continue to develop a Caregiving Model which includes both church and neighbouring community needs
  • Lead the Caregiving/Visitation Committee, develop and coordinate the care-giving and visitation ministry of the McIvor Church
  • Recruit, develop and train volunteers to ensure the congregational needs are addressed
  1. Front Line Care
  • Serve as the primary responder to those who are preparing for end of life and/or experiencing crisis
  • Will include officiating at funerals, grief counseling and facilitating after-funeral care
  • Provide referral coordination and or necessary resources for individuals/families in crisis
  1. Preaching/Teaching
    • Participate in worship services, including occasional preaching, worship leading, church family news and baptismal/membership events


  • Passion for Christ, His church, His people and those without Jesus. Displays servant leadership, spiritual maturity, is a team player, is teachable and is a learner
  • Able to verbalize a God-given calling to vocational Christian ministry and to articulate a theology/philosophy of ministry that shapes their pastoral engagement
  • Demonstrate gifts of a Teacher (Mentor), Shepherd (Pastoral Care) and Administrator
  • Minimum Bachelor’s degree and Health or Social Services degree, Certificate of Chaplaincy, Spiritual Care or Counseling Certificate required. An alternate combination of education and experience may be accepted
  • Minimum 3 years experience of demonstrated effectiveness in care ministries, pastoral work, team and leadership practices
  • Must be credentialed (or be eligible) by the Canadian Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches

Employment Equity is a factor in selection for this competition. Consideration will be given to women.

This position is subject to a Criminal Record Check, including Vulnerable Sector Search, an Adult Abuse Registry Check and a Child Abuse Registry Check.

Salary as per 2018 Mennonite Brethren Church of Manitoba Church Salary Grid.

Closing Date:  Applications will be processed as received and the process will close when a successful candidate is identified.

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Posted on: 2018/07/16

Youth Pastor

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 both 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 be able to lead and teach Biblically sound lessons that will engage and motivate the youth in their pursuit of God. He will be able to 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.

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Posted on: 2018/07/16

Shared Ministry Coordinator

Shared Ministry Coordinator Position

McIvor Ave. MB Church

The Shared Ministry Coordinator is a 0.30 position 1 year Term, with the possibility of renewal at McIvor Avenue MB Church. He/She is accountable to the church through Council (Executive). The Candidate should be able and willing, together with his/her spouse (if applicable) to become a member of the McIvor Avenue MB Church and support its vision and mission ministry.


To provide coordination of processes and volunteer teams across all areas of ministry at McIvor Church.

Duties & Responsibilities

  1. Coordination:
  • Assist with recruitment for volunteer roles
  • Support education, training, leadership progression for volunteers
  • Coordinate volunteer teams as needed
  • Coordinate and facilitate Child Abuse Registry and Criminal Record checks
  1. Administrative Assistance to Pastoral Staff
  • Support administrative processes for ministry streams
  • Work with staff and ministry leads on implementing program and volunteer processes

Peer Team Activities

A member of the McIvor staff team. Participate in staff meetings as needed and activities to continuously encourage a shared ministries ethic.


  • The Candidate should exhibit the following character traits:
    • Conscientious
    • Humble
    • Inquisitive
    • Critical Thinker
    • Task oriented
    • Servant
  • The Candidate should exhibit the following Spiritual Gifts:
    • Apostle (cultural architect/initiator)
    • Prophet (encourages questioning)
    • Teacher (systems thinker)
  • Ability and commitment to work collaboratively with other leaders and staff
  • Self-motivated
  • Ability to plan, organize and possess administrative skills
  • Education: High School diploma required. Some university or college preferred
  • Experience: volunteer and administrative coordination

This position is subject to a Criminal Record Check, including Vulnerable Sector Search, an Adult Abuse Registry Check and a Child Abuse Registry Check.

Salary as per 2018 Mennonite Brethren Church of Manitoba Church Salary Grid.

Closing Date:  Applications will be processed as received and the process will close when a successful candidate is identified.

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Posted on: 2018/07/16

Worship Arts 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 Worship Arts Pastor in a half time capacity.  Responsibilities include leadership of the music in Sunday Morning Worship gatherings and associated rehearsals, as well as pastoral and organizational oversight of musicians and volunteer worship leaders to facilitate team health and ensure regular and consistent leadership of musical worship.  The Worship Arts Pastor works closely with the Communications and Support Lead who is responsible for infrastructure related to sound and media, oversight of Technical Arts volunteers, and gives production oversight to weekend services. 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.

To make application and submit your resume, please email employment@southabbotsford.com

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Posted on: 2018/07/12

Youth Pastor

Westwood Church is looking for a full-time Youth Pastor who is a vibrant, passionate and obedient follower of Christ Jesus who feels called to minister to Youth. The Westwood Church Youth Program is well-established, and currently has about 30 Junior Youth in grades 6-8, and about 30 Senior Youth in grades 9-12 who meet regularly once per week. Westwood Church has a beautiful and versatile Youth Room that is dedicated for serving our Youth each week. The ideal candidate has a proven ability to lead and disciple young people ages 12-18, as well as organize the Youth Leaders who are currently in place, and recruit others to ensure a vibrant and inviting Youth Program.

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Posted on: 2018/07/12

Pastor of Worship Arts

Westwood Church is looking for a vibrant, passionate and obedient follower of Christ Jesus to lead our congregation as Pastor of Worship Arts in a 0.5 FTE (20 hours/week) capacity. Westwood strives to be relevant in current culture and style, while serving multi-generational characteristics and preferences. The ideal candidate has a proven ability to lead in Sunday morning worship services and provide effective leadership, administration and development of worship teams.

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Posted on: 2018/07/12

IT Assistant

The IT Assistant provides technical support to the Director of IT by helping to install, operate, maintain, support and repair computer and other network and informational systems as well as all audio visual hardware.

The following are the primary responsibilities of the IT Assistant:
• Ensure uninterrupted operations of AV systems
• Maintain the general functionality of staff/faculty and all public systems
• Maintain functionality of the telephone systems
• Maintain operations of student ID card systems
• Assist with installing, maintaining, troubleshooting and operating the campus network

Education and Experience
• One year certificate in IT or equivalent experience
• Two – three years’ experience in IT systems/network environments
• Some audio visual experience an asset

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Posted on: 2018/07/11

Director of Development and Advancement

About MCC

Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) is a Christian faith based agency that provides relief, development peacebuilding initiatives in over 60 countries.   MCC BC carries out local programs that address poverty here in BC and also supports the international work of MCC by generating funds, personnel, and material aid.  MCC BC has an operating budget of $13 million with approximately 75 staff and over 3,000 volunteers who serve in thrift shops, relief sales, material aid activities, local programs, fundraising and other areas.  MCC BC also has 4 subsidiary enterprises that operate local programs and hold donated legacy investments.


Job Summary

The Director of Development and Advancement is the chief fundraising and marketing officer that provides leadership to donor relations, communications and the advancement of MCC BC toward its mission by collaboratively developing and implementing strategies that generate awareness, relationships, engagement, support and various types of donations from within our constituency and the broader public. The Director of Development and Advancement ensures that activities are focused on approved strategic priorities and are in compliance with standard ethical requirements as well as MCC values, principles and policies.


This is a permanent, full-time (minimum 37.5 hours / week) reporting to the MCC BC CEO/Executive Director and leads a team of 9 staff.  Anticipated start date is September 1, 2018.Occasional long evenings and weekend hours will be required.  Only applicants legally eligible to work in Canada should apply.  For full job description click here

Position will be open until the appropriate candidate is identified.


  • All MCC workers are expected to exhibit a commitment to personal Christian faith, active church affiliation and non-violent peacemaking.
  • Bachelor Degree in related field such as business administration is preferred, a related graduate degree is desired.
  • 5 years of experience in fundraising and communications or related experience in marketing, sales public relations, and other promotional activity.
  • 3 years of experience in a senior management role, preferably as Director of Development, or in a related field.
  • Awareness of best practices in fundraising and communications and the ability to translate principles into effective fundraising activities.
  • Expertise in a variety of fundraising methods, including direct mail, monthly donor programs, donor acquisition, major donors, special events, planned giving, and innovation in fundraising.
  • Understand and support of the vision, purpose, belief and values of MCC.
  • Ability to learn about the context and content of domestic and international program and present it in a clear and compelling manner.
  • Solid understanding of the Biblical call to respond to human need, the Anabaptist commitment to peace and justice and the ability to articulate it persuasively.
  • Familiarity with the MCC constituency and the ability to network and build relations with constituent donors.
  • Strong communication skills as public speaker, good writing skills for reports and stories and a humble listener of those being engaged.
  • Effective strategic planner, pro-active problem solver, flexible and open to change.
  • Entrepreneurial attitude and a creative innovator at a practical level that adds value.
  • Excellent inter-personal skills in a collaborative and diverse team environment where leadership is most effective through collegial influence rather than formal authority.
  • Appreciation and commitment to fostering equity/diversity in the workplace.
  • Approachable, humble, patient, open to criticism, good sense of humour.
  • Comfortable learning and using a variety of standard software programs.
  • Satisfactory criminal record check for a leadership position relating to a broad public.

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Posted on: 2018/07/07

Executive Assistant

1. Position Information

  • Position Title: Executive Assistant
  • Reports to: National Director, Elton DaSilva
  • Direct Reports: none
  • Start Date: August 1, 2018
  • Term: Full-time

2. Scope of Position
The executive assistant is a full-time position that provides administrative support to the national director, Elton DaSilva. Included in this is administrative support to the CCMBC Executive Board and the Board of Faith and Life.

3. Accountability
Elton DaSilva, national director

4. Limitations of Authority
This position has authorization through the CCMBC national director. Limitations are as follows:

  • Expenditures are to stay within approved budget amounts, unless otherwise authorized by the national director.

5. Key Responsibilities

  1. National Director: Responsible for all aspects of the national director’s personal administration needs. This includes scheduling (booking appointments, integrating work and personal calendars, and tracking personal time), making travel arrangements, recording expenses, managing correspondence, and planning events as needed.
  2. Executive Board: Responsible to the Executive Board for document preparation, logistics and travel management (hotel, meals, flights, etc.), and minute-taking at meetings.
  3. Board of Faith and Life: Responsible to the Board of Faith and Life (BFL) for the same tasks before and during meetings as mentioned under Executive Board.

6. Expectations of Responsibilities
Work to be completed in a timely manner with excellence. Professionalism in appearance and interaction with others. Ability to travel required (4-6 times/year).

7. Professional/Technical Background
Administrative experience and proficiency in Microsoft Word. (Previous knowledge of PowerPoint and Excel is an asset, but training could be provided.)

8. Skills and Attributes
Strong written and verbal communication skills, time-management and organizational abilities, flexibility, problem-solving expertise, investigative initiative, and a teamwork ethic. (The executive assistant will work in collaboration with people in other provinces.) This person must be able to work independently. A knowledge of the MB culture is desired.

This is a full-time position of 37.5 hours/week, eligible for the regular benefits as per the CCMBC human resources policy.

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Posted on: 2018/07/06



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