Worship/Creative Arts Pastor
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- Job Description:
The worship pastor position at King’s River Worship Center is a critical piece to a larger Kingdom Alignment that our church is making for an environment of love, grace and the passionate pursuit of the presence of God.
As a Non-Negotiable to this role, our worship pastor MUST BE Spirit-Filled and Presence-Driven and have a strong sensitivity to the leading of the Holy Spirit in our service atmospheres with a strong ability to communicate with and to the lead pastor.
The worship pastor MUST be able to create powerful worship experiences through leading, training and developing the gifts in others in the worship community and possess the ability to recruit and train potential new members for our worship ministry as well. Must have strong musical and vocal ability to lead our congregation.
- Job Requirements:
Oversight, recruiting and development of all musicians, vocalists and audio/visual/media dept. is required. Video creation and editing of in-house service announcements although not required is strongly recommended. We use all Mac-based computer formats as well as Planning Center organizational software.
The Worship Pastor will be expected to create and implement seasonal worship experiences around the major holidays (ie, Christmas, Easter etc)
Our current worship styles reflect Bethel, Elevation Worship, some Hillsong, but overall we look for a variety of styles to accommodate a kingdom sound.
This position is designed for one who senses a direct call and desired commitment to the West Virginia area. We are not interested in a candidate that will be transient in a year, but someone who is willing to tether their heart and creativity to a body of believers for the advancing of a strong worship encounter. Serious inquiries only!
- Highly Desired:
3 to 5 years of worship leading experience preferred. Evidence of a strong personal walk and fellowship with God.
Contact: 304-727-4907 firstname.lastname@example.org
- Reports To:
- Lead Pastor