Join an international church planting team in a village on the outskirts of Prague, Czech Republic.
Travel around the region to a circuit of churches, or offer training in a relevant specialty (e.g. evangelism, discipleship, etc.). This position could belong to a non-resident worker who visited the region once or twice a year.
Join a Deaf Mennonite church in ministering to Deaf children and young adults, who are often marginalized. Interpret for Deaf youth in high school. Explore employment possibilities for Deaf youth. Proficiency in American Sign Language required.
Live a viable biblical lifestyle in a predominantly non-Christian setting. Partner with a local church to equip believers and build relationships within the community.
Connect short-term teams from the U.S. and elsewhere with service opportunities among EMM partner churches in Central America. Encourage individual churches in North America to develop relationships with Central American churches.
Serve as a teacher at an international mission school. Possible subjects include (but are not limited to) Old/New Testament, missions, theology, church history, and Master of Divinity classes. Be involved in the spiritual and character formation of students through mentoring relationships. Resource workers on the field. Partner with and support the local church in a pastoral leadership role.
The 10-month EQUIP missionary training teaches interns principles that lead to reproducible church planting. Interns also gain experience in putting these principles into practice through ministry in New York City.
Serve as a medical professional working with the Peruvian Mennonite Church in its healthcare ministry among the Quechua.