Who We Need

"We need help!" Even sixty years after Lay Mission-Helpers' founder Msgr. Anthony Brouwers first heard the request, the need is just as great. Mission dioceses around the world need our help. Here are some of our current needs.

If your skill set isn't listed, it doesn't mean you are not needed. New opportunities are always becoming available.

 

 

 

Cameroon

High in the northwest mountains of this lush African country sit the dioceses of Kumbo and Bamenda. Kumbo is the smaller of the two cities, with 80,000 residents, is at a higher elevation and is in a more rural setting. Bamenda, a city of about 500,000, is known for its cool climate and scenic, hilly location.

Diocese of Kumbo: Teachers, Nurses, Lab Techs and Computer Techs


Archdiocese of Bamenda: Teachers, Nurses, Accountant, Computer Techs

 



Ecuador

Quito is located in the mountains of Ecuador, and is known for its high altitude and temperate climate. One ministry site is located 45 minutes outside of Quito, in a rural setting serving in small faith communities. The work includes leading Bible reflection times, visiting people in their homes, and training catechists. The other location is in the city, working with children in after-school programs, with the elderly, and possibly teaching English. Quito is a large city with modern conveniences.

Archdiocese of Quito: Pastoral Ministers (to work with youth, women, families, etc.)

 

Papua New Guinea

Want to serve God while enjoying the island life? Located on the coast, the Diocese of Kimbe is in a bustling city filled with exciting new building projects. Kimbe is the capitol of Papua New Guinea and this growing diocese is only 10 years old. 

Diocese of Kimbe: Secondary Math and Science Teachers, Accountant/Bookkeeper, Construction Project Manager



Uganda

The Diocese of Kabale is located in the southwest region of Uganda, bordering Rwanda. It is very lush and green with interlocking hills and spectacular valleys. The elevation in many areas ranges from between 3,999 and 7,700 feet above sea level. The city of Kabale has approximatly 49,000 residents. Bwindi National Park, home of the mountain gorillas, is located within the diocesan borders.

Diocese of Kabale: Nursing Tutor, Nurses, Medical Equipment Maintenance Technician, Sonographer, Radiographer, project manager for finance office, accountant, nurse with administrative experience, high school science and computer teachers.

 

Are we looking for you? Here are our requirements for admission, information on upcoming discernment weekends, and instructions to submit a preliminary form