Purpose: The Music Director is responsible for the development and promotion of the music
program of the church. The Music Director will be under the supervision of the Senior Pastor.
The music ministry is about calling believers to spiritual renewal and leading them in worship in
which God is worshipped and glorified. The Music Director must be purpose-driven and
demonstrate a strong faith and commitment to Jesus Christ, and the ability to share their faith
with the congregation, particularly through music.
Responsible for the planning, organization, conducting, and evaluation of worship services
in conjunction with the music and media ministries.
Work with the Pastor in developing creative worship services to enhance the overall impact
and faithfulness of the service.
Work closely with the media team regarding all audio and visual needs.
Lead and direct the choir during the Sunday services, working with volunteer and paid
musicians (instrumentalists and vocalists).
Select and coordinate congregational songs with sermon topics and seasonal themes.
Preview the selection and purchase of all needed music, instruments, and equipment as well as all related resources in the music department along with the assistance any other
music and/or budget committees.
Organize, maintain, and update the music library.
Plan and direct Christmas and Easter musical.
Establish a rehearsal schedule for choirs, instrumentalists, and praise team members of
various age levels.
Participate fully in the activities of the church.
Coordinate and empower others to assist in the music ministry as needed.
Oversee all other aspects related to the music program and duties as assigned by the church
Participate in meetings/training at least one hour a week.
Recruit new members for the music ministry.
Have a passion for worship, exalting God, exhorting the saints and influence lost through
music and vibrant prayer life.
Ability to play and read music.
Demonstrate personal integrity, self-motivation, and time management skills by being on time for practices, performances, and church services.
Strong communication (written and oral), organization, and teamwork skills.
Possess a strong musical background and training, with ability to read music and lead the
congregation in worship.
When unable to perform duties as described during services or practices make arrangement other arrangements.
Understand, explain, and teach musical theory as it applies to worship environments.
Must become a church member.
Identify theological quality and faithfulness of lyrics.
Experienced in directing choirs or musical groups.
Will commit to two-year length of Service.
Good Leadership skills
To apply for this position, send your resume by email. The position will remain open until filled.
Contact: Virginia Bridgewater, 719-635-4865 Ext 11