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Music Director

Job Description

Journey of Faith, a transforming Christian community rooted in the conviction that Christ is in all, is looking for a creative and energetic music leader to add to our team as we approach a new and transformative moment in our life as a church. We expect that this person will have experience with churches and with a wide variety of church music, as well as with leading other musicians. 

Responsibilities include:

1) Selecting, in consultation with the pastor and Worship Team, the appropriate music for worship, including songs/hymns, opening music, music during offering/communion/and prayers.

2) The arranging and leading of music, congregation and instrumentalists, including the possible development of a choir.

3) Attending regular meetings with Worship Team and Pastor, as well as attending meetings with other staff members as needed. 

4) Other worship and musical duties as may be assigned under mutual agreement, such as working with the pastor, Personnel, and volunteers, the recruitment and hiring of a music instrumental group for worship, and the rehearsal/preparation of the group for such.

Pay scale will be $30/hour for up to 4 – 6 hours per week. The position would begin by mid-May. 

Resumes should be sent to the church’s pastor, Alex McCauslin, amccauslin at gmail dot com, ideally by April 27th. 

Journey of Faith is an Open and Affirming Congregation of the Christian Church Disciples of Christ. The person hired for this role should be able to work productively within an environment where the following statement is a core value:

“Aware of the worth and importance of our diversities in the eyes of God, we declare ourselves to be a church that is open to and appreciative of all people—whatever their race, gender, varying abilities, age, origin, sexual orientation, family configuration, economic or educational status, or other distinction. We believe that Christ is in all people and all people are entitled to participate fully in all activities of this church and society.”