This is an exciting role for a mature Christian to develop musical worship within a diverse church. It would suit a versatile musician with strong team skills, emotional intelligence, and a passionate vision for the power of musical worship to ignite faith in Jesus. Because this is a part-time role, in an arts context, we anticipate ongoing agreed flexibility over working patterns.
There is a Genuine Occupational Requirement (GOR) that the post-holder is a practising Christian. Schedule 9 of the Equality Act 2010 applies.
To lead and encourage the congregations and our other groups to worship God and encourage each other by the use of music, played and sung to a good standard.
At St James, we have morning and evening services. The morning has a mixture of contemporary, middle of the road and more traditional hymns. The Gathering, our evening service, has a wholly contemporary feel. This role leads our contemporary and middle-of-the-road styles, but takes responsibility for working with those providing more traditional elements.
The following is a current, but not exhaustive, list of areas that the job holder will have direct responsibility for championing, recruiting, and developing.
You will have:
The closing date for applications is Friday 9 September 2022.
Interview and a jam session with the band will provisionally be on Sunday 18 September 2022.
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