Worship Song Leader and Accompanist, Contemporary Service

Summary:   The Worship Song Leader and Accompanist will provide musical worship leadership at the Contemporary worship service by:

  • Creating an inviting, worshipful atmosphere, a space in which people can meet with God
  • Leading the congregation and the members of the worship ministry in growing their own relationships with the Lord through music

Purpose:      Lead the congregation in worship songs with singing and musical accompaniment

Responsibilities and Expectations: 

  • Passion and love for worship, along with a calling to serve in this role
  • Growing personal relationship with Jesus Christ evidenced by action, attitude and behavior
  • Ability to embrace the vision, values and mission of the Eagle United Methodist Church
  • A working knowledge of music, especially church music for worship services
  • Ability to provide musical accompaniment (guitar or piano)
  • Lead singer in weekly worship services
  • Work closely with the Lay Minister and other worship leaders to plan and implement ideas for music, etc. during worship
  • Suggest new ideas and directions to enhance worship
  • Be involved in church activities and the life of the church
  • Maintain a regular and visible presence in church services

Qualifications:  

  • Strong Christian spiritual foundation
  • Strong musical skills
  • Lead quality vocal skills
  • Friendly outgoing personality – high energy
  • Strong interpersonal skills; able to work cooperatively with people
  • Supports the mission of the church

Commitment:     

  • Part-time position of up to 10 hours per week (Sunday worship service, rehearsals, worship design meeting, practice)
  • Expectation is for a minimum one-year commitment
  • Performance review after 3 months evaluation period; annual performance review thereafter

Pay rate:    $15.00 per hour

If you would be interesting in applying for this position please contact our church office at: 208-939-0108 (office@eagleumc.com) or Ross Ely, SPRC Chairman (email ross.j.ely@gmail.com , phone 602-4681).