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Weymouth Community Church

Worship & Family Pastor

Weymouth Community Church
Medina, Ohio, United States

Date Posted: 04/14/2008
Categories: Worship Pastor
Denominations: Non-Denominational
Church Size: 151 to 250
Job Type: Full-Time

Job Description:
We are a non-denominational, Bible-centered church with three priorities: to teach the Bible clearly & creatively, to build a family-style community, and to make a global impact through missions. Our style is blended - we have both traditional and contemporary services. We currently meet in a "traditional" facility but have plans to add a modern church worship facility to our small campus. Our church is toward the end of a "transition" process from traditional to contemporary, and is seeking growth, cultural interaction, and creative means to reach the unchurched.
We are seeking an experienced worship pastor who is not only skilled in artistic expressions of worship, but is also skilled and burdened for pastoral leadership. The position will include direction of all our weekend worship (various styles), the development of musical talent from soloists to bands to choir-style presentation. We're looking for someone who appreciates worship music (Michael W. Smith, Chris Tomlin) but is also willing/interested in incorporating traditional expressions (like hymns, etc.) into the overall experience. Creativity, a willingness to work with people, humility and a sense of vision describe our ideal candidate. The position will also include areas of family ministry (discipleship / fellowship, etc.). The specifics of this secondary responsibility will be tailored to the gifting and abilities of the applicant.
The "flavor" of our church vision and the direction of our leadership team is similar to what Bill Hybels describes in his book, "Courageous Leadership".
Email us your resume along with a bio that describes how God has developed you spiritually, and what your vision/burden for worship and family ministry might look like.