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The congregation of St. Timothy Lutheran Church is hoping to find our next organist as our much loved and long-tenured organist is retiring. St. Timothy is a blended service of hymns and praise choruses. Most Sundays the organist plays a prelude/postlude, opening & closing hymns, and “Jesus Loves Me” as the children come up and back for the Children’s Sermon. On communion Sundays (1st & 3rd Sundays) the organist plays a couple more hymns. Most hymns come from the Lutheran Book of Worship. We have one worship service that begins at 9:30a.
St. Timothy is a very loving congregation with a strong family feel. We hope to find someone to be a vital part of our worship ministry very soon. If you have interest or questions, please contact Pastor Brodie Taphorn, (614) 204-3064 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
All Saints is a community of faith centered on word and sacrament worship. Across the seasons of the Church Year, we sing the three settings of the Holy Communion liturgy in the Lutheran Book of Worship on Sunday mornings at 9:00 am and on the major festival days. Our Wednesday evening service has been suspended since the pandemic closure but it might return in the future.
We are seeking an organist who will creatively support congregational singing of hymnody, psalmody, and liturgical canticle, as well as provide preludes, postludes, and other voluntary music. There is now no choir, but some ad hoc ensembles of singers may offer anthems from time to time, which require accompaniment on organ or piano.
The instrument is a hybrid: our original Wicks pipe organ augmented by a Johannus Ecclesia digital organ, three manuals. The pastor selects the hymnody and liturgical variata by season or by month, but would welcome the collaboration of a musician with background in Lutheran theology and liturgical practices.
The position will be available at the end of July, 2022. Please submit your resumé or any questions to the Rev. Dr. Paul Bieber, at email@example.com, or call 858.453.3595.
Keyboardist needed for Sunday liturgy for traditional hymnody and blended with Gospel/contemporary. Sunday liturgies in summer, fall would include choral direction & handbell choir direction.
A Student welcome; good place to learn liturgical music.
Contact: The Rev. Philip R. Cooke at firstname.lastname@example.org. or call 408-710-1430
Come work as the Music Director at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of San Dieguito (UUFSD) located in Solana Beach and lead a vibrant and varied music program that inspires and enlivens spiritual life at the Fellowship.
At UUFSD we are diverse in faith, ethnicity, history and spirituality, but aligned in our desire to make a difference for good.
The Music Director serves a vital role as part of UUFSD staff in leading the music program at the Fellowship. They are responsible for creating, facilitating, and supporting a music program that reflects a variety of genres and traditions from around the world, presents music from throughout history, and addresses a broad range of intellectual, spiritual, and emotional expression. The Music Director is also mindful and intentional about congregational participation, interweaving multiple generations and abilities. The preferred candidate has a broad knowledge of choral literature, both secular and sacred; a Bachelor of Arts in music with emphasis in voice, choral or music education; prior choral directing experience; and good communication and diplomacy skills.
The position is a part-time salaried exempt position at 20 hours per week average through the year. Compensation includes salary based on candidate's qualifications and recommendations from the Unitarian Universalist Association Fair Compensation Guidelines. The start date is September 1, 2022. The full job description can be found at https://uufsd.org/about-us/job-opportunities/. If you are interested, please submit letter of interest and resume to email@example.com. For information about UUFSD, please visit http://uufsd.org/
Lutheran Church of Our Savior – Spirit of Hope in San Bernardino, a congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), seeks a part-time Organist/Pianist to join our ministry worship team. Ideal candidate will meet all criteria shown below. Key/fundamental experience includes: Familiarity and comfort with both traditional liturgical worship, and praise / contemporary worship; Flexibility, and an interest in growth as our congregation continues to emerge from the coronavirus pandemic.
Contact: Steve Anderson, Pastor, at pastorsteve@Lcosavior.org
Purpose: Support congregational singing, accompany church choirs or ensembles, and support / enhance the worship experience through appropriate musical offerings.
Training and Experience:
1. Proficiently play a three manual Visser-Rowland tracker pipe organ, all manual stops with no assist. Organ is located in the balcony, and is accessible only by stairs.
2. Experience playing traditional Christian music and hymns.
3. Experience playing Contemporary / Praise Christian music.
4. Ability to accompany / work with choir, other musical staff, and volunteers.
5. Familiarity with Evangelical Lutheran Worship and Lutheran Liturgy.
6. Ability to select and play music conducive to, and appropriate for worship.
1. Provide organ and piano music in a professional manner in cooperation with other musical staff and volunteers.
2. Coordinate with the pastor to plan, prepare, and play music appropriate for each worship service.
3. Prepare appropriate music for special occasions or worship services throughout the church year, including but not limited to: Thanksgiving, Advent, Christmas, Lent, Holy Week, and Easter.
4. Prepare sufficiently for optimum performance on the organ and piano for both rehearsals and worship.
5. Lead the congregation's singing of hymns and responses.
6. Accompany additional choirs as needed.
7. Accompany soloists in worship as needed.
8. Provide special music as needed.
9. Serve as staff liaison for special music events at the church.
10. Play for special gatherings of the church when requested by the pastor, as available.
11. Play for funerals or weddings as available, with additional compensation provided by involved parties.
12. Arrange for appropriate substitutes for worship services or special events when on vacation, ill, or otherwise unavailable.
13. Communicate well in a friendly, professional manner with pastor and other music staff.
1. Use of the organ and pianos to offer private music instruction.
2. Use of the organ and pianos in preparation and offering of recitals or concerts.
Evaluations: Performance reviews will be conducted annually by the pastor as the head of the staff.