Amelia Plantation Chapel is looking for a Chapel Organist who is a skilled and dedicated musician to enrich the worship service through the harmonious sounds of the organ. The Chapel Organist plays a vital role in enhancing the spiritual experience of the congregation during our weekly Sunday service.
Application Process: Contact Don Edwards via email email@example.com or phone (904) 554-2934.
Job Posting: Prince of Peace Lutheran Church is looking for an Organist/Music Director with both traditional and contemporary worship music experience. Prince of Peace is located close to the beach and across from Historic Fort Clinch. A new Allen 41 GX 235E DK organ was purchased in January 2022. Currently, we have a vocal choir, bell choir, and Men’s Quartet seeking direction.
Application Process: Send your resume and a cover letter expressing your desire for this position to Poplc.firstname.lastname@example.org and copy email@example.com with the subject line Organist/Music Director. Please respond by October 6, 2023.
Job Posting: First Lutheran Church seeks a Part-Time Worship Director/Minister of Music. The Director of Music will oversee worship services which currently are Sundays at 10:00 A.M. He/She will, in collaboration with the Senior Pastor, select and prepare music for Sunday liturgies. He/She will lead, direct, and oversee the church choir including rehearsals, handbell choir and rehearsals, and children’s music program at the Open Arms Lutheran Child Development Center. Current position is a part-time position at 20 hours per week, with the goal to increase to 29 hours per week. The salary range is $20-25 per hour.
Application Process: Email your resume, any examples of your music talents, and contact information for at least two professional references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Job Posting: Westminster Presbyterian Church, in Charlotte, NC, is seeking a full-time Director of Worship and Music. The primary responsibility of this role is to lead the gathered church to worship God in Spirit and in truth utilizing an “ancient-future” approach that utilizes liturgy and classic hymnody as well as modern aspects of worship. We are a church with nearly 500 covenant partners who come from many different denominational backgrounds, but we value being together for worship, growth, fellowship and service. The intergenerational relationships among the church family are a gift from God and a core strength of our life together.
Application Process: Email a cover letter, resume, and videos of leading worship to email@example.com
Job posting: Church of the Redeemer is seeking a skilled and flexible individual to serve as our Music Ministry Leader. The Music Ministry Leader works with a team of volunteer musicians and A/V technicians to lead the congregation in authentic worship of the Triune God through excellence in music and ensures that the music at Church of the Redeemer enriches the worship of God’s people.
Application process: Letters of interest may be mailed or emailed to the church office.
Job posting: Living Stones Church seeks a Worship Director to craft weekly worship gatherings to align with the sermon topics and create a weekly experience of the gospel while building and empowering a team of volunteer worship leaders.
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