A larger church tucked away in the SE corner of Washington seeks a Worship Pastor who, aided by the Holy Spirit, combines biblical truth with music to magnify the worthiness of God and redemptive work of Jesus Christ. Who, by this, motivates our church
family to join him/her in proclaiming God's truth and seeking to live a life that glorifies Him.
The role of the Worship Pastor is lead the congregation in all aspects of worship. This role will serve to help build the identity of South Hills Church as a whole. The worship pastor is responsible for training and shepherding bands and musicians at the
church and overseeing the worship portion of services, including, but not limited to, musical selection and arrangements. Additionally this position is responsible for the visual and musical aspects of the church service and oversees the key components for
the overall feel, aesthetics, and health of the church gatherings. South Hills’ worship pastor collaborates with the lead pastor to ensure consistent quality and theology across all of our gatherings.
- A clear testimony of faith in Jesus Christ and a vital, growing personal relationship with Him.
- Graduate of Bible College/Seminary preferred.
- Fulfill the character qualifications of an elder as taught in the Scriptures.
- Fulfill the duties required of South Hills Church members as outlined in the membership covenant.
- Philosophical alignment with church leadership.
- Experience in leading multi-generational worship that transcends modern, contemporary and traditional genres.
- Passionate about casting vision and developing leaders.
- Demonstrated musical skill and theological discernment.
- Proven track record in ministry and biblical discipleship of others at a deacon or elder level.
- Strength in leadership for the church and bands/musicians.
- Possess pastoral influence, verbal communication skills, and cultural awareness.
Please submit your resume along with a link to your work (YouTube, for example) or a DVD. Also, tell us your favorite worship leaders and why.