Director of Music - Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church, Northglenn

The  Good  Shepherd  Presbyterian  Church,  a  congregation  of  115  members,  celebrated  its 50th anniversary  in  2017.  Located  on  the  corner  of  Melody  and  Kennedy  Drives  in Northglenn,  Good  Shepherd  is  actively  involved  in  the  local  community  –serving  those with  food  insecurity  through  the  Food  Bank,  partnering  with  the  schools  on  the Vantage  Point  Campus,  and  welcoming  all  to  worship  on  Sunday  mornings.  Music  is  an integral  and  vital  part  of  the  worship  life  at  Good  Shepherd.

In  the  sanctuary  is  a  Yamaha  Baby  Grand  Piano,  a 2-rank  Allen  electronic  organ,  and Yamaha  Clavinova.  The  12-15  voice  choir  offers  special  music  most  Sunday’s  from September  through  May,  and  at  special  services  throughout  the  year.  A  hand  bell  choir, with  volunteer  director,  plays  3-4  times  a  year.

What  You  Will  Do  in  this  Position

  • Build  a  lively,  diverse,  and  innovative  ministry  that  engages,  refreshes,  and  deepens  our  congregation’s  relationship  with  our  music.
  • Place  emphasis  on  teaching  at  Good  Shepherd,  from  varied  musical  styles  to  new  hymns  to  understanding  the  role  of  music  in  the  spiritual  journey.  Work  with  the  choir  to build  an  eclectic  repertoire  and  maintain  its  excellence.
  • Lead  all  aspects  of  our  music  ministry,  working  with  the  pastor,  staff,  and  volunteer  leaders  to  plan  Sunday,  holiday,  and  special  services.
  • Lead  the  congregation  in  singing  through  accompaniment  on  one  of  the  sanctuary  instruments.
  • Play  a  central  role  in  church  leadership  by  developing  a  music  program  that  forwards  Good  Shepherd’s  mission,  community  involvement,  and  strategies  for  growth.

What  You  Will  Bring  to  Good  Shepherd

  • Skills in  cooperative,imaginative  leadership  that  knit  together  our  community  of  faith  and  the  larger  community.
  • Talent  and  experience  leading  musical  groups,  with  an  emphasis  on  conducting  skills and  congregational  accompaniment.
  • An  embrace  of  music  styles  to  match  the  diversity  of  our  congregation  and  community.
  • Knowledge  of  sacred  music  and  liturgical  seasons.
  • A talent  for  developing  the  musical  gifts  of  our  congregation,  along  with  the  teaching,  inspirational,  and  organizational  skills  required  to  make  the  most  of  those  talents.

What  you  should  know  about  applying

  • The  director  of  music  position  is  currently  a  10  hour/week  role.  Compensation  begins  at  $12,000  per  year  and  is  commensurate  with  experience.
  • The  director  of  music  will  report  to  the  Pastor  and  Head  of  Staff,  Rev.  Bill  Davis,  who  is  leading  the  search  for  this  post  in  conjunction  with  our  Personnel  Committee  and  Session  (church  council).
  • The  role  calls  for  flexibility  to  adapt  to  the  weekly  church  routines,  with  a  schedule  that  can  be  structured  to  adapt  to  other  part-time  work.(We  do  not  expect  this  to  be  the  only  job  a  successful  candidate  has.)
  • Your  application  should  include  a  cover  letter,  resume,  and  references.  Feel  free  to  submit  any  supportive  materials  you’d  like,  as video  and  audio  samples  will  be  expected  in  later  stages  of  the  search  process.
  • Applications  should  be  submitted  in  digital  form  to  bill@thegoodshepherd.org.

 Applications  will  be  received  until  the  position  has  been  filled,  with  the  expectation  to  have  a  candidate  in  place  before  September  15th.

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Director of Student Ministries - Trinity Presbyterian Church, Arvada

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Trinity Presbyterian Church is seeking someone with a vital relationship with Jesus who feels called to shape the faith of Jr. and Sr. High students.  Our 15 hours/week Director guides youth in discovering the connection between God’s story and their stories.  Our Director of Student Ministries pursues relationships with students, drawing them deeper into the body of Christ and into life with God.  We are looking for someone who has experience in youth ministry, is passionate about following Jesus, and is eager to be a part of a staff that helps one another to grow as men and women in ministry.  Salary range begins at $1,100/month.

 

Please send your resume to YouthDirector@TPCarvada.org
For more information, visit our church web page www.trinityarvada.org
Trinity Presbyterian Church
7755 Vance Dr
Arvada, CO 80003
Phone 303.422.3656

Part-Time Church Office Administrator - St. Paul Presbyterian, Aurora, CO

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Job Title: Church Office Administrator
Location: St. Paul Presbyterian Church, Aurora, Colorado

Position Status: Part Time; non-exempt
Position Requirement: Applicants may not be members of St. Paul Presbyterian
Church or become members while employed by St. Paul Presbyterian Church.

Normal Work Schedule:
 Average work load of 24 hours per week.
 Regular office work hours are Monday through Thursday from 9:30 am to 4:00 pm with one
half hour for lunch.
 Paid holidays and 2 week vacation after the first year.

Description:
The Church Office Administrator serves as the communication resource for the congregation,
staff, and public; coordinates activities and scheduling of the church facilities; maintains nonfinancial records for the church; manages the church office; coordinates office volunteers; and provides administrative and clerical support to the Pastor, Staff, and Session. 

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Executive Assistant - Columbine United Church, Littleton

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The Executive Assistant at Columbine United Church is the center of communications at the church and the face of the staff, many times providing the first impression of the CUC experience to community members and all users.   

This individual is responsible for the functions related to general office work and oversight of administration and other ministries, utilizing a variety of tools and personal connections to send and receive information across the congregation of CUC to build and maintain community and connection. Works with other staff members to support and serve the pastors of CUC.  This individual develops, organizes and implements procedures and systems for the optimal, hospitable, and efficient operation of CUC’s office.

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Children's Ministry's Ministries Assistant - Central Presbyterian Church

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Children’s Ministries Assistant (CMA)

Job Description

General Info

  • Supervised by the Director of Mission and Faith Formation (Director)
  • 10-12 hours per week, including 4-5 hours on Sunday mornings
  • Workload will be heaviest during the program year (August – May)
  • Primarily responsible for supporting programs for children (birth – 7th grade) that have been developed by the Director and the Children, Youth and Families Committee of the Session.
  • Will work on both collaborative and individual assignments.

Duties

  • Collaborate with the Director to support the following programs:
    • Sunday morning nursery care
    • Sunday 9am hour (breakfast club, child care, etc…)
    • Sunday education hour (Bible Story Room, Bible Trek, etc…)
    • Worship support activities for children and parents
    • Children’s music program (mainly logistical support for children’s choir director)
    • Middler (5th-7th grade) programming that may include monthly Sunday afternoon outings, worship experiences, special events and retreats
    • Special Events that include seasonal celebrations and worship events
    • Other programs or activities that may need support as determined by the Director (such as mission, retreats, etc.)
  • Preparation and Administrative Tasks
    • Maintain a current list of all children on the rolls with their parent’s information and any special needs
    • Work with the Director to determine what supplies need to be prepared and/or purchased to support the upcoming ministry programs
    • Regularly take inventory of closets and cabinets on the education floor (3rd floor) and order supplies as necessary within the specified budget, in addition to keeping these areas organized and useful for volunteers.
    • Create/maintain bulletin boards and displays on the 3rd floor
    • Meet with Director regularly to determine a work flow schedule, needs of programs and volunteers and to discuss overall goals of the program and how they are being met

Resumes can be emailed to: Stephanie Fritz, Director of Mission and Faith Formation, stephanie@centraldenver.com

Deadline to submit resume is July 23, 2018 at 5pm.