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Asbury United Methodist

Little Rock, Arkansas, United States

Date Posted:
07/06/2015
Categories:
Music Ministry - Worship Pastor
Denomination:
United Methodist
Church Size:
751 to 1000
Job Type:
Full-Time
Asbury United Methodist
Job Description:

Asbury United Methodist Church, a 760 member church in West Little Rock, Arkansas, is searching for a Contemporary Worship Leader for our contemporary worship service. This position is full time and will combine with duties related to that ministry area. This person needs to have a strong faith in Jesus Christ and a passion for leading people in contemporary worship. A background in contemporary praise and worship music is essential. The ability to play an instrument (keyboard preferred) and put together arrangements to fit both vocalists and instrumentalists is vital. Knowledge of presentation software, Media Shout and Power Point, is required. Asbury has a well-established group of volunteer musicians who make up the praise team. The ability to lead and relate to a diverse group of volunteers and staff will be an asset. If interested, please send resume and cover letter by email to Rev. Mary Hilliard, Senior Pastor at mary@asbury-lr.org or by mail to Rev. Mary Hilliard, Asbury United Methodist Church, 1700 Napa Valley Drive, Little Rock, AR 72212.

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Asbury United Methodist

Asbury United Methodist Church has a long and rich history. Beginning in our ministry in 1888, we were a mission of First Methodist Episcopal Church South and Winfield Episcopal Methodist Church South. The newly formed congregation first met in an old store building on Eighth Street. By 1906 it had become apparent that the growth of the city was toward the west, so Asbury became the first mission to “West” Little Rock when in 1908 it moved into the new sanctuary at Twelfth and Schiller. As the city continued to move west, these members real More...