Director of Contemporary Worship


7/8/2021

Director of Contemporary Worship 10 – 12 hours per week Contemporary Worship Summary: Oversees the design, development, and implementation of the entire worship experience within the church for the Sunday contemporary worship service. WORSHIP • Offers complete support and trust to entire church staff promoting an environment of “oneness” – all working together towards the same ultimate goal of life transformation through a personal relationship with Jesus Christ • Sets the playlist each week under the supervision of and in collaboration with the senior pastor • Schedule and lead weekly praise band practice • Led worship on Sunday mornings • Provides opportunities for other to lead and co-lead worship • Outlines, as best as possible, each set list of a series going into the first week of the series • Updates worship environment to maintain a contemporary, safe, and inviting worship space • Updates and maintains a hospitable lobby and gathering space for worship attendees to experience community and fellowship • Orders and picks up donuts for fellowship breakfast or recruits a volunteer to oversee the breakfast • Participates in creative arts meetings on a weekly basis to contribute and lend insight concerning music, graphics, videos, and sermons • Maintains and assists with sound equipment in collaboration with the Sound Tech • Identifies, recruits, trains, and retains volunteers for worship team ensuring adequate depth and training in all key areas • Schedules and leads the weekly Youth Praise Band practice • Identifies, recruits, trains, and retains volunteers for the Youth worship team ensuring adequate depth and training in all key areas • Works with the senior pastor to develop a budget for the contemporary service and manages program to ensure spending stays within budget • Coordinates and leads alternative worship experiences, including: outdoor service, sunrise service, and Cross Walk • Other duties as assigned CONTINUING EDUCATION • Attends annually a Worship conference to gain inspiration and encouragement for developing relevant programs REQUIRED SKILLS & ABILITIES • High school graduate • Attended at least two years of college • Strong commitment to excellence and sold out to the mission, purpose, and vision of CFUMC and the UMC Discipline • Genuine and contagious heart for God • Excellent verbal and written communication skills • Excellent public relations demeanor • Positive can-do attitude • Detail oriented • Ability to be strategic and prioritize personal duties along with the duties of the volunteer staff with confidence and very limited guidance • Ability to work under tight time frames in stressful situations • Satisfy requirements of Safe Sanctuary certification • Experience with leading a contemporary worship service SUPERVISION • This position reports to the pastor Please submit all resumes to Pastor Keith Cox at keith@clarkesvillefirstumc.org

Contact: Keith Cox

Address: 1087 Washington Street Clarkesville 30523

Phone: 706 754 2677

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Website: www.clarkesvillefirstumc.org