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As a professional Church Musician, I am essentially a pastor just like a priest, vicar, rector, or curate...etc. The only difference is that I help people worship through Music.
Here are some thoughts.
A Church Music Director and Pastor worry about the same things at the same points in their careers.
Posted by Desiree Hines on August 8, 2012 at 8:30am
I've decided to start a blog on Church Music and the things that surround it.
Now, let's do some "disclaiming".
My opinions are not necessarily the opinions of my particular church, parish, or diocese.
I hope that people don't turn Social Media into something that harms another person or gets them "canned". That's not Godly and will probably make the Devil get you!
Posted by Desiree Hines on August 8, 2012 at 7:30am
Sometimes technology can bring a twist to something familiar that makes it fresh and exciting. I discovered this while adapting the New Testament to an ebook reader format. When read individually, not as part of a collection, the epistles stand out for what they are: letters from Paul to his dear friends. Read more in my latest blog post!
Posted by Jon F. Dewey on June 27, 2012 at 3:57pm
TRAINEE HOST CAFÉ COORDINATOR
Exciting employment opportunity to gain experience running a Café in
a pioneering and new monastic community and church as a form of mission in a central London church.
To be employed on a fixed term contract for 36 hours a week as a trainee Host Café Coordinator at around £13,200 for one year. On the successful completion of the training, this will rise pro rata to a minimum of 60% of full time hours to a proto rata of £22,000 a year. Under the direction of the current Host Coordinator, the trainee Host Coordinator will develop the necessary skills to grow a team of employees and volunteers to oversee and develop the Host Café of the Moot Community in the Guild Church of St Mary Aldermary, to promote a high-quality café, relational hospitality, and mission and artistic events.
The Host Café project and its focus on hospitality are a central tenet of our mission in the context of a high-quality café. This opportunity has occurred because one of the current job-share role holders has been selected to begin ordained ministry formation.
The post-holder will develop skills in basic food hygiene, barista and tea making skills, entrepreneurialism, business development as well as supervisory skills in managing a growing team of employees and volunteers to deliver a mixture of a good quality café, relational hospitality and mission events. The post-holder will be expected to work agreed hours between Mondays to Friday whilst being actively involved in the Community where the main gathering are on Sunday evenings.
If you are interested in applying, and wish to see the job description, please email email@example.com. Please submit full CVs before the deadline to be considered for short listing. We are seeking to interview those who are short listed on Mon 23rd Sept 2013 and to start at a date in October.
Started by Jon F. Dewey in Church planting, Fresh Expressions, New forms of church. Last reply by Kieran Conroy Apr 8, 2012.
Started by Jamie Howison in Liturgy and Music Nov 10, 2011.