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Associate Worship Leader star

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Christ the King Community Church

Bellingham, Washington, United States

Date Posted:
Music Ministry - Worship Pastor
Church Size:
4001 to 5000
Job Type:
Christ the King Community Church
Job Description:
Christ the King is a growing multi-site church located in Bellingham, WA just north of Seattle and South of Vancouver, BC.

We are looking for a high capacity musician that is able to lead worship, as well as equip and deploy worship leaders and musicians for future church plants and satellite campuses.

o High-capacity musician, singer, and worship leader that is familiar with modern worship songs (Hillsong, Wickham, Leeland, Jesus Culture, Tomlin, Hymns.)
o Humble, but appropriately confident
o Natural communicator who understands the flow of worship
o Creative team player who enjoys a collaborative process
o Demonstrated work ethic and ability to wisely prioritize work for yourself and your team
o A recording background that allows you to be comfortable in a studio
o A deep love for and growing relationship with Jesus
o True compassion and love for the lost and broken

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Christ the King Community Church

Christ the King Community Church is a fast-paced, multi-campus growing church that is on a mission to create an authentic Christian community that effectively reaches out to unchurched people in love, acceptance and forgiveness so that they may experience the joy of salvation and a purposeful life of discipleship. Our church culture is built on personal and corporate authenticity. The thread of recovery and spiritual wholeness runs through everything we do. It is our deepest conviction that no one is beyond God's reach and that His desire is to More...