Grow in leadership and discipleship skills while joining God's work during the summer Kingdom Team (K-Team) program for youth groups. Help to make disciples of Jesus while leading youth both in discipleship training and in service opportunities connecting with at-risk children in various urban settings. Preferred application deadline is March 1.
K-Teams will serve low income families in Phenix City’s Five Points community alongside Village Church, who is immersed and active in reviving this low income population. In collaboration with Village Church members and local community development groups, K-Teams will work with at risk children and youth in a summer feeding and education program by providing meals, mentoring, and activities to help them find hope in their present circumstances and for their futures.
K-Teams will serve community children in Lebanon alongside local churches and community partners involved with providing community children with fun, enrichment activities throughout the summer. In collaboration with various community groups, K-Teams will share the love of Christ with children in the city of Lebanon by helping to plan and lead activities at a summer day camp in a local park.
Make disciples of Jesus through getting involved in the church life of Rivers Edge Fellowship, a congregation in a multi-cultural Lancaster City neighborhood. Opportunities to serve include youth ministry, worship leading, community service and evangelism, church administration, and property care-taking.
Every EMM worker's primary focus is to make disciples of Jesus. Move into the bustling NYC neighborhood of Flushing, Queens, and join a church-planting team in partnership with Immanuel Community Church. While a multitude of people groups live in this neighborhood, the majority of the team's interactions will be with Chinese and Spanish speaking people. Build redemptive relationships in the community; explore the possibility of securing a local job and/or raising support.
Every EMM worker's primary focus is to make disciples of Jesus. Join a local church community that seeks to be part of gospel transformation in southwest Baltimore. Serve through a variety of community ministries, including a small school run by the church. Learn principles of holistic urban ministry. Preferred deadline for applications is March 1 each year.
K-Teams will serve refugees and immigrants in Lancaster alongside local community partners involved with the large refugee population. In collaboration with various community groups, K-Teams will work with newly arrived refugee youth in a summer school program, helping them practice their English skills and gain confidence in relating to others.
Grow in leadership and discipleship skills while joining God's work during the summer Kingdom Team (K-Team) program for youth groups. Help to make disciples of Jesus while leading youth both in discipleship training and in service opportunities connecting with immigrant and refugee children in Lancaster. Preferred application deadline is March 1.
Every EMM worker's primary focus is to make disciples of Jesus. Assist and/or direct community summer programs at Immanuel Community Church (ICC) and Murray Hill Neighborhood Association (MHNA) in New York City, including VBS, daily enrichment, tutoring programs for children, and a sports program. Disciple youth and expand/develop a computer lab and ESL programs. Assist with a food pantry, clothing ministry, and prayer station outreaches. Preferred deadline for applications is March 1 each year.
Every EMM worker's primary focus is to make disciples of Jesus. This internship will enhance the Christian-Muslim Relation Team’s (CMRT) mission of equipping Christians for their interactions with Muslims. The CMRT seeks a student or professional 18 years or older with skills in one of the following areas:
The successful candidate could be an upper-level student in a degree program involving the skills above, with interest in Christian/Muslim relations, missions in a Muslim ministry context, or intention to be involved in long-term irenic ministry among Muslims.
Self-starting leader. People-focused entrepreneur. Christ-centered community builder. Do these words describe you? If so, Eastern Mennonite Missions (EMM) wants to talk with you. We're looking for a highly motivated manager to lead an innovative and cross-cultural center in downtown Lancaster City, Pa.
In late 2020, EMM plans to relocate its international headquarters to the small — but thriving — city of Lancaster. "America's refugee capital," "an unlikely spot" with a global feast, and a place where immigrants have "permission to dream again" — these are a few of the names that the BBC, The New York Times, and The Washington Post have used to describe this city.