Mission Opportunities

There are a wide range of opportunities to help support the short-term needs of our missionaries.  These needs range in time from a few weeks to several months. We currently have requests for help with clerical support, children’s camps, remodeling projects, repair work, teachers’ aides, etc. A complete current list is below.

Phil Parsons of CMML serves as Short-Term Service Coordinator. If you’d like to get in touch with Phil to inquire about helping and learn more about the short-term opportunities listed please contact him directly at pcparsons@cmml.us.

Missionaries may contact Phil to have their short-term requirements added to the list.

PLEASE NOTE: Unless otherwise indicated, all of the opportunities listed below are VOLUNTEER positions. Volunteers are required to raise their own financial support.

NEW AND NEAR (new in the last 30 days or happening in the next 3 months)
Description Country Worker/Contact Time
Dorm Parents

Boys Dorm Parents – Needed Immediately

Sakeji Mission School is a rural, private boarding school established in 1925, providing quality education to children of missionaries and Zambians from various backgrounds. Our missionary staff are commended and supported by home assemblies. Our goal is to share God's Word, see young people enter into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ as Saviour and Lord, and equip them to be leaders in their future families, communities, and nations.

Our student enrolment is growing with students from grades 1 through 9. Each school year consists of 3 terms of 10-12 weeks each.  The first term runs from January – March, second term from May – July, and third term from September – November.

Job Description:

We are prayerfully looking for a mature couple with youth work experience to join our team in the role of dorm parents for our boys. This role includes the daily care of boys from ages 6-16 years of age.  Dorm parents have the privilege of interacting with the boys on a deeper level and getting to know them in a personal way. Also being able to speak the Word of God into their lives through daily devotions and life lessons.  The position also includes working with homeroom teachers to encourage students to achieve their best. 

In addition to caring for the boys, as a team, we work together to provide after-school and weekend activities to make the 24/7 boarding experience more balanced and enjoyable.

Our Sakeji team members should demonstrate a commitment to meeting the social, physical, emotional and spiritual needs of our students.  In addition, Sakeji missionary staff need to be committed to working together; encouraging, helping, and building one another up. 

For more information please contact Mark Ronald headmaster@sakeji.com or you can visit our website at www.sakeji.com.


Time: All Year
Worker/Contact:

Mark Ronald - headmaster@sakeji.com

Zambia

Mark Ronald - headmaster@sakeji.com

All Year
Nurse

Sakeji Mission School is a rural, private boarding school established in 1925, providing quality education to children of missionaries and Zambians from various backgrounds. Our missionary staff are commended and supported by home assemblies. Our goal is to share God's Word, see young people enter into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ as Saviour and Lord, and equip them to be leaders in their future families, communities, and nations.

Our student enrolment is growing with students from grades 1 through 9. Each school year consists of 3 terms of 10-12 weeks each.  The first term runs from January – March, second term from May – July, and third term from September – November.

This is a critical need - interested candidates should contact Sakeji Mission School for additional information.


Time: Ongoing
Worker/Contact:

Mark Ronald

headmaster@sakeji.com

 

 

Zambia

Mark Ronald

headmaster@sakeji.com

 

 

Ongoing
Education / Teaching

Grade 4 / 5 Homeroom Teacher – Needed Immediately

Sakeji Mission School is a rural, private boarding school established in 1925, providing quality education to children of missionaries and Zambians from various backgrounds. Our missionary staff are commended and supported by home assemblies. Our goal is to share God's Word, see young people enter into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ as Saviour and Lord, and equip them to be leaders in their future families, communities, and nations.

Our student enrolment is growing with students from grades 1 through 9. Each school year consists of 3 terms of 10-12 weeks each.  The first term runs from January – March, second term from May – July, and third term from September – November.

Job Description:

We are prayerfully seeking a dedicated individual to join our team as a homeroom teacher for the Grade 4/5 class. This would include lesson planning, teaching and offering assistance to students as needed.

We require all teachers to hold a teaching certificate from their host country and to be proficient in English. It is preferable that this individual to have at least 1-2 years prior teaching/classroom experience. Teaching staff would teach using curriculum sourced and adapted from the UK, America and Zambia.

In addition to teaching, as a team, we work together to provide after-school and weekend activities to make the 24/7 boarding experience more balanced and enjoyable.

Our Sakeji team members should demonstrate a commitment to meeting the social, physical, emotional and spiritual needs of our students.  In addition, Sakeji missionary staff need to be committed to working together; encouraging, helping, and building one another up.

For more information please contact Mark Ronald headmaster@sakeji.com or you can visit our website at www.sakeji.com.


Time: 2019-2020
Worker/Contact:

Mark Ronald headmaster@sakeji.com

Zambia

Mark Ronald headmaster@sakeji.com

2019-2020
2019-2020
Description Country Worker/Contact Time
Construction

Future assembly building 

An assembly in Buenos Aires has a two-year option to buy a large building for their assembly to meet in. They have done a few improvements and are waiting for the Lord to supply the needed finances. If the Lord has them move ahead with the building, we can expect they will need a team in a couple years.

[Updated 9/16/17]


Time: Possible future trip
Worker/Contact:

Team Workers Abroad 
Contact: Fred Scott 

fred@teamworkersabroad.org

Argentina

Team Workers Abroad 
Contact: Fred Scott 

fred@teamworkersabroad.org

Possible future trip
Teaching English

"Proclaiming Christ through Teaching English" articulates our goal at Wroclaw Language School, located in southwest Poland.  Our staff of evangelical Christians aims to teach English at a high standard, but more importantly, to develop friendships with students in order to share the Gospel. We do this throughout the academic year individually and in group outreach activities.  You do not need to speak Polish or have previous teaching experience to teach at the school.  We are looking for native English speakers willing to commit to two years and we begin accepting applications in February for the following academic year.
Visit our web page at wsj.edu.pl.
Contact for more info:
Cindy Hughes patandcindyhughes@hotmail.com
Missionary profile: http://www.cmml.us/missionaries/m252

[Updated 11/6/17]


Time: 2-year commitment preferred
Worker/Contact:

Hughes, Pat & Cindy
patandcindyhughes@hotmail.com

Poland

Hughes, Pat & Cindy
patandcindyhughes@hotmail.com

2-year commitment preferred
Ongoing
Description Country Worker/Contact Time
Food Service

Caterer – Needing to be filled starting January 2020
Sakeji Mission School is a rural, private boarding school established in 1925, providing quality education to
children of missionaries and Zambians from various backgrounds. Our missionary staff are commended and
supported by home assemblies. Our goal is to share God's Word, see young people enter into a personal
relationship with Jesus Christ as Saviour and Lord, and equip them to be leaders in their future families,
communities, and nations.
Our student enrollment is growing with students from grades 1 through 9. Each school year consists of 3 terms
of 10-12 weeks each. The first term runs from January – March, second term from May – July, and third term
from September – November.
Job Description:
We are prayerfully seeking a caterer for the school kitchen. The main function of this role is working with and
supervising the trained kitchen staff to provide three healthy meals a day and snacks for the staff and students
for the duration of the 10 or 12 week term.
In addition to providing meals, the role includes planning menus, supervising the cleaning of the kitchen and
dining hall facility, ordering and purchasing the needed food, cleaning and uniform supplies. More information is
available upon request about the duties included in this role.
Our Sakeji team members should demonstrate a commitment to meeting the social, physical, emotional and
spiritual needs of our students. In addition, Sakeji missionary staff need to be committed to working together;
encouraging, helping, and building one another up.
For more information please contact Mark Ronald headmaster@sakeji.com or you can visit our website at
www.sakeji.com.


Time: January 2020
Worker/Contact:

headmaster@sakeji.com

Zambia

headmaster@sakeji.com

January 2020
Children's Work / Education / Medical / Practical Helps

Note: Some of these opportunities are for volunteers from India only. The Accept home for the elderly is now open. 7 are now under our care; more will be taken in the coming days. Up to 10 can be taken care of. Volunteers could help with the elderly. There will be a need for a couple to take care of them as full-time staff.

Volunteers are needed for the children’s ministry and medical care at the hospice. 

How can one be involved with Accept ministry?

1. Pray.
2. Come visit and encourage the staff, patients and children.
3. Volunteer your time by helping patients, children and staff. There is so much to be done, Like helping in different depts. like medical, office, kitchen, and field.
4. Provide some items that the needy can use.
5. Teach children general knowledge, spiritual classes, songs, and develop their skills.
6. Do some work in the field to help the income generation projects.
7. Take the children to your home for a meal and time of interaction.
8. Let your children spend time with them to help them understand the challenges they face in life.
9. As a family come and spend time at ACCEPT for a day, or stay in our volunteer rooms for a few days to help during your vacation.

We have made a documentary on these children that can be viewed on our website, at http://acceptindia.org/take-me-home-accept-new-video/

UPDATED: Accept Ministries is a 35-bed HIV hospice and 25-bed children’s home in Bangalore, managed by a board from five local assemblies.

Accept Ministries, Bangalore 

www.acceptindia.org

Missionary profile: http://www.cmml.us/missionaries/m138

[updated 1/5/18]


Time: Anytime 1-3 months or longer
Worker/Contact:

Mathew, Raju & Joyce
rajujoyce@gmail.com

India

Mathew, Raju & Joyce
rajujoyce@gmail.com

Anytime 1-3 months or longer

MORE INFORMATION ON SHORT-TERM MISSIONS:

Generally:

Articles on short-term service (shorttermmissions.com)

Sample Short-Term Missions Policy (Community Bible Church, Vallejo, CA)

From Journey Magazine:

Caring for Ireland (Jim Van Dine, Spring 2008)

From Missions Magazine:

7 Tips for a Positive Short-Term Missions Experience! (Brook Ford, Dec. 2010)

Reaching College Students in France (Jean-Luc Tabailloux, France, Feb. 2012)

Ghana is Wide-Open to the Gospel! (Daniel Webster, Ghana, June 2012)

"55 Plus" Mission Opportunities (Ken Fleming, Aug.-Sept. 2012)

Abandoned by Most, Loved by God (Peter Cerqueira, Dec. 2012)

OTHER ORGANIZATIONS

Construction opportunities:

TeamWorkers Canada http://www.teamworkers.org/

TeamWorkers Abroad (USA) http://www.teamworkersabroad.org/ 

Brass Tacks UK http://www.brass-tacks.org.uk/

Short-term opportunities:

MSC Canada http://www.msccanada.org/opportunities/

GLO Europe http://www.glo-europe.org/glo/teams.html

Echoes of Service UK http://www.echoes.org.uk/get-involved/short-term-opportunities.aspx
                                   http://www.echoes.org.uk/get-involved/long-term-opportunities.aspx                                   

 COUNTRY PROFILES

For more information on the countries listed above, see the following:

BBC Country Profiles: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/country_profiles/default.stm

CIA World Factbook: https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/index.html

Operation Mobilization Country Profiles: http://www.om.org/en/where-we-work