The following congregations or organizations have pastoral openings. Please contact Eric Massanari  (eric@pnmc.org) for more information.

First Mennonite Church, Aberdeen, ID, is seeking a full-time pastor. The congregation has been worshipping together since 1907.  To read the full job description, click here, and for recently updated congregation information, click here.  

Hyde Park Mennonite Fellowship, Boise, ID, is seeking a full-time pastor. The congregation’s CIF is available here. The church’s Congregational & Pastoral Priorities list is posted here. Click here to read the congregation’s list of Specific Duties. 

Mountain View Mennonite Church, Kalispell, MT, is seeking a .75 FTE pastor. The job description is available here. The CIF is available here. To read the Congregational & Pastoral Priorities, click here

Salem Mennonite Church, Keizer, OR, is seeking a full-time pastor. The congregation was established in 1961. To read the full job description, click here

Seattle Mennonite Church, Seattle, WA, is seeking a full-time pastor of Faith Formation. The Congregation was established in 1968 and has been practicing urban ministry ever since. SMC’s CIF is available here. The description of congregational priorities is posted here. Find the job description here

Zion Mennonite Church, Hubbard, OR, is seeking a part-time Youth Ministry Director.  The job will include connecting with middle school and high school students; partnering with volunteers to plan regular activities and events; and leading a Bible-based Sunday morning youth group.  For details, contact pastor Steve Bomar, 559-286-9057.

Drift Creek Camp, Lincoln City, OR, is seeking 1-3 year-round Caretakers. The on-site team maintains the grounds, facilities and equipment; they provide kitchen and guest support. Staff members need to be flexible with the schedule’s ebb and flow. This service position works best with good communication, self-direction and the ability to work independently and as a team; be self-motivated, organized, and have problem-solving skills. DCC is nestled among giant Sitkas, Hemlocks and a mountain stream in the Siuslaw Nat’l Forest, 12 miles from one of the most beautiful stretches of Oregon’s rugged coastline. Living at DCC comes with the opportunity to enjoy the wonder of God’s creation right outside! Housing, utilities, some meals, and a monthly stipend provided. Contact info@driftcreek.org for details. Apply here.