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.





Diocese of Damongo:

Damongo is a small, rural town and an area of primary evangelization. it is the capital of the West Gonja district in the Northern Region of Ghana. The Mole National Park is located in this diocese.

  • Science, Math and Computer Teachers (and possibly other subjects)

  • Registered Nurses with Specializations (surgical, pediatric, etc.)

  • Lab Techs

  • HR Resource Management

  • Professional Sonographer/Radiographer

Diocese of Ho:

The Diocese of Ho is located in Ho, the capital city in the Volta Region of Ghana. The city lies between Mount Adaklu and Mount Galenukui and near Lake Volta. The city of Ho has approximatly 177,000 residents and has two hospitals, a university and a cathedral. The town of Kpandu is located in the Diocese and has a large sports stadium where the local football team, "Heart of Lions" regularly plays.

  • Teachers for Jr. High through Secondary School in Math and Science (and possibly other subjects)

  • Administrator for School

  • Registered Nurses with Specializations (neonatal, post-surgical, etc.)

Papua New Guinea

Diocese of Kimbe:

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 capital of the Province of West New Britain and this growing diocese is only 10 years old. 

  • Secondary Math and Science Teachers (and possibly other subjects)


Diocese of Kabale:

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.

  • Registered Nurses

  • Specialized Nurses: Neonatal Nurse, Pediatric Nurse, Surgical Nurse, etc.

  • Lab Tech

  • IT Specialists (for hospital and for diocesan administration)

  • Medical Equipment Maintenance Technician

  • Physical/Occupational Therapist

  • Science Teachers 

  • Professional Sonographer, Radiographer and CT Technologist


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