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Florence, Kentucky, United States
Date Posted: 05/06/2010
Categories: Worship Pastor
Church Size: 101 to 150
Job Type: Part-Time
Crossway Community is searching for a committed disciple of Jesus Christ to join our staff in the role of Worship Leader. It is a part-time position. Total compensation including professional expense account is $18,750 per year. This position is designed to increase in hours and compensation based upon gifts and skills of candidate and growth of the church.
Candidate must be a highly competent musician and vocalist. Also, must show a broad understanding of musical styles and worship styles. Candidate must demonstrate capacity for leadership, reproduction, team-building, and a highly cooperative and collaborative work ethic. Candidate must have working knowledge of media tools, a/v integration and technology associated with visual and performing arts.
Expectations include: recruit, train, rehearse, and schedule musicians. Select and prepare musical components for weekly Celebration service. Work with Lead Pastor and staff for worship, vision, and ministry alignment. Partner with audio/visual techs to create highly participatory worship experiences. Must become a full participant in the life and community of Crossway.
Crossway is a cell-based church comprised of a diverse group of people who live in northern Kentucky just south of Cincinnati, Ohio. Crossway was planted in August of 2007. We currently have three ministry staff members and one administrative staff member.
We believe life-change happens best in small groups. Therefore, the majority of our ministry, pastoral care and discipleship takes place in that context. We strive to be an organic and missional church. We believe that in the right context leaders will emerge and that Christ-followers will diligently seek out their gifts and use them to build His church, not necessarily an organization.
Wes Sebree, Lead Pastor