Job Opportunities

EMPLOYMENT: Local Church
LEAD PASTOR: Parkview Mennonite Brethren Church in Hillsboro, Kansas is seeking a Lead Pastor.
Anabaptist Evangelical multi-staff church - Discipleship and missions - valued with close connection to local college - Average attendance is 290 - Annual budget is currently approximately $421,000 - Community population is 3,000 - Located 50 miles northeast of Wichita [Population of 388,000]
Additional information available at www.parkviewmb.com and www.usmb.org. If interested please contact: Andrew Jost at andrewjost55@icloud.com

DIRECTOR OF WORSHIP ARTS AND MUSIC: Bethany Church in Fresno, Calif., whose purpose is "To Be Fully Alive, Making Christ Jesus Known From Our Communities to the World," is seeking to fill the part-time to full-time position of Director of Worship Arts and Music. Music education is preferred, with an interest in and ability to develop a worship and music incubator for children and youth. The director will work closely with the lead pastor and other staff to craft inspiring weekend services and ongoing events that empower us to pursue our ministry objectives of maturity, unity and multiplication. Interested persons should contact Pastor Brian Wiebe at Brian@BethanyChurchFresno.com.

DIRECTOR OF STUDENT MINISTRIES AND SMALL GROUPS: Enid (Okla.) MB Church is seeking a full-time Director of Student Ministries and Small Groups. Enid is a town of about 50,000 people, and our current worship attendance averages 280 people. We are looking for a servant leader, with a heart for God’s work through the local church and a genuine love for people. We desire to find a leader with a passion for student ministry and discipleship through small groups in order to equip both youth and adults to become gospel shaped people on mission with Christ in the world. For more information, visit enidmb.com.

LEAD PASTOR: A Mennonite Brethren church in Dinuba, Calif., is searching for a lead pastor to join our congregation and newly created Elder Team who are prayerfully seeking to implement our vision for a renewal of our committed, mature and friendly congregation. We are located in a growing rural community of mostly Hispanics. Our two Sunday services average 180 in total attendance. The successful candidate will demonstrate a missional orientation and excitement about embracing this opportunity to help us reach our community as we seek to implement our vision to Love God, Love Others and Make Disciples. For more details email pastoralsearchtaskforce@gmail.com.


Director: Good Neighbor Ministries, Inc., Omaha, Neb., is looking for a candidate to fill the role of director. Responsibilities include organizing work volunteers, managing service projects and building relationships with neighbors, community organizations and churches. Requirements include a passion for Christ and spreading the Gospel, strong communication and interpersonal skills, some degree of handiness and a vision of neighborhood renewal, working closely with the neighborhood church, Faith Bible Church, and relocating to provided housing in the Columbus Park neighborhood. Compensation includes housing, utilities, a monthly stipend ($1500) with the opportunity to earn more with personal mission support. Please send resume to stephen@goodneighbornetwork.net For more information, call Stephen Stout at: (402) 616-1250 Good Neighbor Ministries is a nonprofit organization that has been serving Omaha's Columbus Park neighborhood for 20-plus years. Our mission is to touch the city with the love of Jesus and create a movement of reproducing Christ-centered, strong and healthy neighborhoods. We are Christians with a heart for the city, working together to share the gospel through Christ centered, faith driven, compassionate service to the people in the heart of the city.

EMPLOYMENT: University

Executive Director of the Foundation and Planned Giving: Fresno Pacific University Foundation Board of Directors is searching for an experienced visionary Christian leader for their next executive director of the foundation and planned giving and invites applications. Detailed information is available online at: https://www.fresno.edu/visitors/careers/executive-director-foundation-and-planned-giving Download and complete an application form. Candidates must complete and submit an application in order to be considered for the position. Email careers@fresno.edu

Faculty: Fresno Pacific University is seeking an Assistant/Associate Professor of Spanish who can function as a generalist. Possible specialties include Peninsular or Latin American literature. Candidates must be able to teach intermediate and advanced courses which include culture, language, critical theory, and research. The faculty member will be expected to engage in scholarly activity, contribute to ongoing program assessment and evaluation and advise students. Complete job description and requirements at www.fresno.edu/careers.


USMB - Midwest Office
7348 W. 21st, Suite 115, Wichita, KS 67205

T (316) 558-8688 Toll Free (800) 257-0515
Email: offices@usmb.org


USMB - West Coast Office
Lori Taylor, Executive Assistant
(send all mail to the Midwest Office)

T (661) 303-9471
Email: lori@usmb.org


USMB has embraced a new vision: to help empower each local Mennonite Brethren church to reach its full, God-given ministry potential within the framework of our evangelical and Anabaptist distinctives.

We have shifted away from traditional ‘denominational’ structures to a networking strategy that includes:

  • building a strong national presence to catalyze, support and help resource our local churches and districts for ministry,
  • focusing on an organic networking of churches and leaders instead of a centralized structure and
  • zeroing in on three core commitments that will allow us to have maximum Kingdom impact.

Our three core commitments are:

  • church multiplication and evangelism,
  • intentional disciple-making and
  • leadership development.

Networking—churches connecting with other churches in an organic manner—is a major aspect of this new vision. When churches share resources and develop closer relationships within our family of churches, it forms a strong loyalty to a common vision. The USMB staff will help create appropriate environments where collective involvement takes place as churches naturally mesh with other churches.

This fresh vision calls for centering our mutual efforts around developing community with one another, including increased idea sharing, resourcing and gathering more often for learning. The spotlight will be on our three core commitments. As we fulfill these commitments, it will create excitement that inspires us to share our stories —strengthening one another through connection and celebration.

This new collective effort includes enhanced social media connections, specialized ministry cohorts, LEAD One regional events for leadership development, life coaching for pastors and a new USMB website. We’ll work hard to plant more churches in collaboration with our districts and C2C U.S., which has offered its resources and support to enhance our USMB church planting initiatives. It’s about doing what we can to reduce our own silos of ministry and to think openly with a collective USMB mindset.

MB Mission has committed to providing their resources and staff for assistance in creating meaningful ways for all of us to learn and grow in the areas of the three core commitments. MB Foundation is a vital partner as well, not only for support but for facilitating training venues and teaching about generosity. There’s a whole lot of positive going on as we move forward.

As we work together there will be great benefit that spreads and intensifies. The overall reason for all of this? It’s to reach more people with the gospel.

Join us as we explore what it means to network together in order to maximize each local church’s God-given ministry vision.

Increasing Impact: Together!


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