The following congregations or organizations have pastoral openings. Please contact Barb Buxman (office@pnmc.org) for information if you are interested in being considered.

Zion Mennonite Church — Zion Mennonite Church of Hubbard, OR is seeking a part-time Youth Ministry Director.  The job will include connecting regularly 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. Salary would be $1000 monthly ($25 per hour based on 10 hrs weekly).  For more information, contact lead pastor Steve Bomar at sbomar@zionhubbard.org or 559-286-9057.

La Iglesia Menonita Zion de Hubbard, OR está buscando un Director/a de Ministerio Juvenil de medio tiempo. El trabajo incluirá conectarse regularmente con estudiantes de secundaria y preparatoria; asociarse con voluntarios para planear actividades y eventos regulares; y dirigiendo una clase basado en la Biblia para un grupo de jóvenes los domingos por la mañana.
El salario sería $1000 mensuales ($25 por hora basado en 10 horas semanales). Para más información, conectarse con el pastor principal Steve Bomar a sbomar@zionhubbard.org o 559-286-9057.


Chaplain PT and FT positions available — Mennonite Village, Albany, OR                              Mennonite Village is a not-for-profit Continuing Care Retirement Community in Oregon’s beautiful Mid-Willamette Valley. We are currently seeking a Full-Time and Part-Time Chaplain to serve our community, ensuring that we provide holistic care, in cooperation with the interdisciplinary team. They will oversee and ensure the provision of Spiritual Care to residents, their family and loved ones, and staff members.  These services shall embody grace, love, and hope to all.  The role oversees and ensures provision of worship, ritual, education, and training as necessary.  The Chaplains will communicate and serve as a liaison between Mennonite Village, the Pacific Northwest Mennonite Conference, and the local clergy. 


  1. Actively participates in the delivery of Spiritual Care to residents, families, and staff members.  Ensures that requests for Spiritual care are responded to in a timely manner and charted appropriately.  Supports an interdisciplinary team approach to Spiritual Care.
  2. Provides vision, leadership, planning, project coordination and management for the development of a cost-effective department while facilitating operations to meet current and future needs.
  3. Ensures that appropriate worship opportunities are provided and that ritual and sacramental needs of residents and families are met.  Provides proper ritual items and religious literature, as necessary.
  4. Continually involved in skill improvement by participating in educational opportunities, reading professional publications, maintaining personal networks, and participating in professional organizations.
  5. Provides orientation to Spiritual Care at Mennonite Village to residents and to other departments as appropriate.
  6. Analyzes and coordinates all functions and related activities within the scope of the Spiritual Care department.  Recommends new approaches, policies, and procedures to effect continual improvement in efficiency of the department and services performed.
  7. Fosters and maintains positive relationships.  Serves as an interface between residents and families and interdisciplinary team members, to ensure effective definition and delivery of Spiritual Care services.  Provides over all prioritization of work assignments.
  8. Promotes proactive approaches to resolve problems, while also enhancing the understanding and acceptance of Mennonite Village’s mission and values.
  9. Is aware of and abides by Mennonite Village’s, as well as the individual departments, policies, and procedures, including but not limited to regular attendance and punctuality, as well as physical presence. Understands, complies with, and promotes all rules regarding resident rights.  Promotes positive relationships with residents, visitors, and regulators, to include presenting a professional appearance and attitude.
  10. Strictly adheres to Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA) privacy requirement.


  • Master’s Degree in divinity, theology, pastoral ministry or equivalent.
  • Current, active Ordination credentials with the Mennonite Church (Preferred).
  • Board Certification by the Association of Professional Chaplains (APC) or another established chaplaincy credentialing agency (Preferred).
  • CPE (Clinical Pastoral Education), minimum 2 units (Preferred).
  • 3 years of work progressively responsible experience providing pastoral/spiritual care, which includes holding a leadership position with operational administrative leaders in a health care setting.  (Preferred).
  • Evidence of current understanding of Mennonite theology and ethics.

Some of our many benefits
•Generous Paid Time Off
•Health Benefits for FT employees and supplemental benefits (STD, LTD, Life Ins, EAP)
•Ask about our Educational scholarships
•Employer retirement contributions and 403(b) plans

Visit https://mennonitevillage.org/careers/ and click on the “Apply” button.


Seattle Mennonite Church, a progressive Mennonite church in the Lake City neighborhood of Seattle, invites applications for the position of Financial and Project Manager. Our Administrator is retiring at the end of January 2023, and we are looking for a great candidate to join our team. This is a permanent, part-time position that executes the daily, weekly, and monthly administrative tasks related to the many activities of the church, its properties, and its ministries. The Financial & Project Manager will work in close collaboration with the pastoral team, other employees, and relevant members of volunteer committees and councils to carry out the wide-ranging responsibilities of the position.

A job description can be found here:  https://seattlemennonite.org/contact/financial-and-project-manager/ 

Seattle Mennonite Church is an active Anabaptist Mennonite Christian congregation working faithfully at following Jesus in our urban context. As disciples of Jesus, we believe faith and action are inseparable elements in each person’s pilgrimage. We are often welcoming new friends, and we aim to live out our calling to offer radical hospitality, whether for a morning or over the course of years. 

Our home is in the Lake City neighborhood, in a building that many still remember as the Lake City Theater. Our buildings have become places where we worship and fellowship, and where we and many other community members, organizations, and congregations work, play and serve in a variety of ways. 

At Seattle Mennonite, we together discern God’s will in community, worship faithfully through the Spirit, and follow Christ in building peace in our community and in the world. It is our commitment and our policy to provide equal employment and nondiscriminatory opportunity to all staff members and applicants. 

Please send a letter of interest, resume, and the names and contact information for three references to Lead Pastor, Megan Ramer,  megan@seattlemennonite.org. Application deadline September 30, 2022. SMC runs background checks for all employees. We hope to fill this position by December 7, 2022. Start date January 4, 2023. No phone inquiries please.

Part Time: 50% FTE, 20 hours per week

Salary & Benefits:  $35,000 – $45,000 annual salary, depending on experience

Paid Vacation, Holidays, Sick Leave; Retirement contribution and Healthcare benefits provided