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Worship Arts Director

Calvary Baptist Church

South Bend, IN

Full-Time Ministry Position
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The Worship Arts Director is responsible for the worship ministry at Calvary Baptist Church. The Director supervises, equips and encourages all vocalists, instrumentalists and technician volunteers. The Director coordinates the worship elements of Sunday services with the Senior Pastor and all teams necessary to implement the purpose of a creative, blended, multi-generational, God-honoring worship experience.


Primary responsibilities:

The Worship Arts Director will:

  1. Choose songs, music and media for Sunday worship.
  2. Schedule, lead and direct all volunteer teams needed to provide a blended worship experience.
  3. Accept responsibility for administrative duties necessary to maximize efficiency.
  4. Work closely with all worship participants in creating a fresh encounter with God.
  5. Handle, in a timely manner, all requests and processes necessary from those desiring to be part of the worship team.
  6. Communicate weekly with Senior Pastor and regularly with the Board of Elders regarding the mission, vision and objectives of the
    worship ministry.
  7. Accept responsibility for the worship arts budget.
  8. Be proficient in Planning Center and Pro-Presenter software.

Administrative responsibilities:

The Worship Arts Director will:

  1. Prepare and maintain
  2. Maintain coordination between the office and church leadership teams.
  3. Schedule and train the First Impressions team.
  4. Schedule and facilitate appointments for all CBC contracted and potential worship related vendors.
  5. Perform other administrative duties as necessary.


The Worship Arts Director must:

  1. Demonstrate a personal commitment to Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior.
  2. Meet the qualifications of growth and godliness as listed in 1 Timothy 3 and Titus 1.
  3. Agree with the Statement of Faith and Philosophy of Ministry of Calvary Baptist Church.
  4. Demonstrate abilities in music, leadership, communication and administration.
  5. Demonstrate the ability to work effectively with other pastoral and support staff.

Education and experience:

  1. Bachelor’s Degree preferred in Worship related field
  2. Three years’ experience leading worship ministry
  3. The Worship Arts Director must be proficient in playing a lead instrument used in worship.




Salary, medical insurance, retirement, and expense packages range from $35-$60k.


July 31, 2019


Calvary Baptist Church ATTN: Search Committee
3001 W. Cleveland Road
South Bend, IN 46628
(574) 272-8334
[email protected]

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