Fairview Baptist Church
The Worship Minister is responsible to the pastor and trustees for planning, coordinating, promoting, and evaluating the Church’s worship and music ministry.
Whol ehearted passion for worship and for leading others in worship.
Ability to lead the entire church to worship the Lord with their whole hearts.
High School Diploma.
Experien ce with and/or oversight of musicians, ensemble, worship teams, or choirs.
Knowledge of audio systems and related technical operations.
1. Work with the pastor in planning and leading the weekly worship services.
2. Coordinate special music for Sunday morning worship as needed.
3. Coordinate and direct the praise team, including weekly rehearsals.
4. Plan, coordinate, and direct Christmas and Easter musicals.
5. Assist with the music program for Vacation Bible School as needed and other musical presentations such as seasonal children and youth choir presentations.
6. Buy and maintain worship supplies within budget allocations as approved by pastor or stewardship committee.
7. Prepare and present an annual budget request designated for Worship Ministry needs and administer the approved budget according to church policy.
8. Serve as ex-officio member of worship related committees.
9. Be involved in the overall church outreach program.
10. Ensure that all teachings are in agreement with the Baptist Faith and Message (1963 or 2000).
11. Perform other ministerial duties as assigned to support the total work of the church.
12. Abide by the Church Constitution and By-Laws.
13. Regularly attend church staff meetings and church business meetings.
14. Remain open to God’s vision for other service opportunities in music.
After a period of 90 days, the Church-Worship Minister relationship will be evaluated by the Pastor, the Praise Team, the Worship Minister Search Committee, and the Worship Minister. If all parties are satisfied with the quality of the relationship, the Search Committee will recommend that the Church body extend an invitation to make the position permanent.
Vacation and Leave
Within each calendar (anniversary) year, vacations are regularly scheduled for all employees. Unused vacation and leave time cannot be carried over to the next year, nor will employees receive additional pay for vacation and leave time not taken. Vacations are determined by Sundays missed.
The Worship Minister shall be allowed two weeks of (paid) vacation annually.
Personal and Ministerial Leave
Paid leave is allotted according to the following policy:
¨ Personal leave will be granted due to personal illness, illness of a family member, or a death in the family.
¨ Ministerial leave: The Worship Minister shall be allowed to be away for two weeks of revival and/or conferences in which he/she serves as guest minister or serves in a leadership role.
¨ Paid leave, (personal and ministerial leave combined) is not to exceed two weeks annually (determined by Sundays missed.)