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Music Minister

Lexington Baptist Church

Corpus Christi, TX

Part-Time Ministry Position
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Southern Baptist


We are a congregation (between 50 and 100) seeking a part-time/bi-vocational music minister that promotes the spiritual health of the congregation for all regularly scheduled services. We are looking for a leader who will demonstrate a lifestyle of integrity, commitment, dedication and a longing to the service both Jesus Christ and our church family.

If you are a musician who senses a call to music ministry in this community, send a resume with brief testimony to Lexington Baptist Church, 3525 SPID, Corpus Christi, Texas 78415, Attn: Music Committee or email to [email protected], Subject: Music Minister Resume.



The principal function of the Worship Leader is to coordinate evangelism, fellowship, discipleship, ministry, and worship purposes for Music Ministries of Lexington Baptist Church.


This is a part-time/bi-vocational salaried position.


  • Experienced Jesus Christ as personal Lord and Savior.
  • Participate in ongoing training in music, theology, religion, or other related fields as requested by the Music Committee and/or Pastor.
  • Has practical and theoretical knowledge of Southern Baptist educational structures and programs.
  • Demonstrates proficiency with music technology, terminology, rehearsal techniques, and worship leadership skills.
  • Demonstrates ability to lead Christian people in worship of God.
  • Able to communicate effectively with all parties involved in the music ministries including, but not limited to, church staff, related committee members, musicians, teenagers, and parents.
  • Complete and pass a background check.


  • Be ultimately responsible for and give general supervision to the music program.
  • Promote worship through music.
  • Provide congregational singing and special music for worship services and special events.
  • Lead in the selection and enlistment of praise band members.
  • Be responsible for the suggestions of related budget needs to the music committee.
  • Communicate on a regular basis with the Pastor and the Music Committee.
  • Attend all committee meetings related to the music ministries of the church.
  • Establish and maintain, together with the worship related committees, policies for music ministries.
  • Comply with all established church policies and procedures.
  • Coordinate, upon request, music for funerals of church members.
  • Meet with pastoral staff weekly.






April 1, 2019


Lexington Baptist Church ATTN: Mickey Whittle
3525 SPID
Corpus Christi, TX 78415
[email protected]

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