Opportunities

Opportunities

Are you looking for a way to expand your influence and impact by joining a team of devoted followers of Jesus Christ? Are you eager to learn how to partner with people of varied backgrounds to help represent, here on earth, the kingdom values that Jesus taught?

At Living Hope Native Ministries, we work together as a team of learners and explorers to make a difference among the First Nations of Ontario. Our purpose is to expand the number of communities and individuals who are finding Jesus Christ as the Saviour of their souls, the reason for worship, and the source of all wholeness.

As a team comprised of both indigenous and non-indigenous people, we respond to requests and invitations from First Nations communities (both urban and rural) to work together in addressing personal and family needs. Sometimes we initiate conversations with local leaders to explore possibilities for helping and encouraging in addressing the needs they identify.

Pastoral Opening-Whitefish Bay

Whitefish Bay is a community of approximately 175 people, and is one of three communities which comprise Lac Seul First Nation. It is accessible by paved road.

The church was built in 1996 and has had an extension added onto the sanctuary. This extension has three bedrooms, small living room, kitchen and two bathrooms with shower stalls. The church has not had a full time pastor in quite a few years, but the believers continue to gather.

The opening is for a full-time pastor to lead and guide the church body and community. With the support of the church body, our desire is for the community to find hope and restoration for spiritual needs, and experience God who can help them better their lives.

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North Caribou Lake First Nation

On the shores of Weagamow Lake is a community of 800 people located 320 km north of Sioux Lookout, Ontario. This opening is ideal for a married couple who could partner with the local churches to connect with the youth and children of the community. Relationships would be built through activities such as after-school programs, youth groups, teaching Sunday school, or hosting summer camps. This assignment is for a minimum of two years.

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Graphic Design

 There is an opening for an individual with skills and interests in graphic design, photography, videography, and public relations. The job description includes the quarterly Hopelines newsletter, the annual calendar, and communication with supporting churches and individuals. Occasional travel to LHNM locations and public relations events would be required. Additionally, if based in Thunder Bay, opportunities are available to be involved in and contribute to the local church and youth ministries. This assignment’s location and duration are to be decided with the candidate.

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Bible Class Teacher

This is a unique opportunity to assist in teaching Bible classes in a public school in a northern community. The job description includes classroom instruction for children in grades K-8, community involvement, and supporting the local church. This assignment is located in Pikangikum, Ontario and is for a minimum of two years.

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Begin the process of exploring your potential for serving and partnering with LHNM!

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These are a few of the many opportunities we have to share life and love with people who are in need of life changes. Community leaders and church leaders are open and eager to work together as partners.

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