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Sunrise Baptist

Music Minister

Sunrise Baptist
Puyallup, Washington, United States

Date Posted: 10/14/2008
Categories: Worship Pastor
Denominations: Baptist --SBC
Church Size: 251 to 350
Job Type: Full-Time

Job Description:
Sunrise is a Southern Baptist Church and was established in 1978. Currently we are running 250+ in two services at 9:15 and 11:00 am on Sunday mornings. Both of these services are identical with blended music that leans toward more praise. We have a praise team and a small praise band, (piano, drums, bass, acoustic guitar etc). We are looking to add a 3rd service in the gym in the future. This will be called a “Contemporary Coffee-House Service” where we will have contemporary music and the congregation will be sitting around round tables drinking coffee, if they choose, from our Solid Grounds Coffee House. The new Music Minister will basically be able to build the total music program from the ground up as well as build and organize the 3rd coffee house service. We like to be introduced to new songs, like to try and experience different venues of worship. Our current campus is comprised of 5 acres in the Great Northwest in Puyallup, Wa 20 minutes from Tacoma and 45 minutes south of Seattle. The Lord has led us through a vision process and we are hiring a full time Music Minister and then a full time Youth Minister. We are in the planning stages of building a new sanctuary that seats up to 700 on the lower lot of our campus. This will be a 5-7 year program. We are greatly involved in missions, impacting over 20 countries around the world for Jesus and in 2008 took a church wide mission trip to S. Korea. We currently have a full time secretary, a part time associate pastor, volunteer children’s intern and a volunteer associate pastor. If you feel God is leading you to send a resume and would like to join us as the Music Minister on this journey of reaching the most unchurched part of America, send to