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Harvest Bible Chapel in Sacramento is a part of the Harvest Bible Fellowship (HBF) that is reaching across the globe. HBF has almost 160 churches in 19 countries on 4 continents. The primary goal of HBF is to plant church planting churches.
Harvest Sacramento launched in October 2013 at Granite Bay High School as a vision of current Lead Pastor Scott Hollingshead. Since then, Pastor Scott has pursued his calling to lead the church and trusted the Lord on his promise in Matthew 16:18, "I will
build my church, and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it." In his role, he focuses on holding fast to the vision of Harvest Sacramento, and fulfilling the mission of the church—to glorify God by making disciples.
Since its inception, God has been building the church and raising up leaders of various ministries to serve at Harvest. A healthy team consisting of a growing staff, and faithful elders who offer doctrine, discipline, and direction to the future of Harvest
Sacramento lead its mission. Uniquely known for its creativity, vision implementation, transparency, and biblical preaching, the church desires to see lost people saved, saved people matured, and mature disciples multiplied to the glory of God in all its endeavors.
The person in this position will work with the Lead Pastor to develop and coordinate all aspects of the worship ministry. In particular, the Director of Worship will focus on preparing a high impact service each Sunday and work with teams and volunteers
to produce the creative elements, transitions, and song choices that would lift high the name of Jesus and fit the particular weekend. This person will also oversee the tech team (including all elements of sound and production) and any other components related
to worship. This person must be able to build teams to prepare for future campuses, churches, worship ministry training, song writing, producing, and managing of a variety of responsibilities with flexibility and attention to detail.
Success in this role will be determined by:
- Continuously growing enthusiasm for worship in the congregation.
- Creatively executed prayer and worship nights are integrated into worship programming.
- Attractional leadership that draws quality talent into the church body.
- Evidence of teams thriving under the leadership of the Director of Worship.
- Influencing other worship leaders beyond the church.
- Writing and recording worship songs to reach a broader church audience.
Although education is not a predetermining factor for the selection of the next Director of Worship a bachelor’s degree in a related field would be highly preferable.
Sacramento is the star on the map of California—identifying with trend, and class. It is where one will find attractions that inspire, cutting-edge cuisine that impresses, history that enriches, and cultural attributes that simply make the city strikingly
appealing. It is a growing metropolitan region with the seventh largest economy in the nation, and the largest city in a six county region with 478 cities across the counties. Sacramento is a large city with a small city feel.
Best known as the state capital, Sacramento is undergoing an energetic renaissance. Young adults looking for an urban vibe, and young families seeking a family-oriented atmosphere are known to be the wide majority moving into the city. The city serves close
to 500,000 diverse people and nearly 2.5 million in the region. The ethnicity distribution reveals the top three races to be 35% Caucasian, 27% Hispanic, and 18% Asian. The median household income in 2013 was $48,034, with a median house value of $228,200.
Sacramento is home to over 35,000 large and small companies. This strategic business location is attributed to its dominant status as the state’s capital, as well as the developing Northern parameters of the state. In addition to a thriving business sector,
regional higher education institutions such as California State University-Sacramento and the world-renown University of California-Davis substantially contribute to the quality of the region’s education labor pool.
Its geography, qualified workforce, lower cost of living, access to government and education, quality of life, amenities, and culture are all key ingredients that make Sacramento the place to be.
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