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Part Time Organist/Associate Director of Music
Kingwood/Northeast Houston

5520 Kingwood Drive
Kingwood, Texas 77345
Church Website

Contact: Lisa Callaway
Email
Contact Phone: (281) 360-5555

Number and Times of Services:
8:00 am Traditional
9:00 am Contemporary
11:00 am Traditional

Number and Times of Midweek Rehearsals:
Wednesdays 7:15-9:00 pm

Duties:
The Organist/Associate Director of Music will lead worship in two traditional services through organ playing and directing choir when the Music Director is away. This includes accompanying choir on occasion and also playing for special services throughout the liturgical year. The position includes seven Sundays off per year.

Qualifications:
Master’s Degree in Organ Performance preferred. At least five years experience in Reformed Protestant worship preferred. Choral conducting experience preferred. The successful candidate will be a high-level performer on organ who excels in hymn playing and who is also versatile in other musical areas such as conducting/solo accompanying.

Resources:
60-rank Redman Pipe Organ (1999) in an 875 seat sanctuary.
9′ Steinway concert grand piano (2014)
Choir suite and handbell room with 5 octaves of bells

Additional Information:
First Presbyterian Church has a robust music program with an all part-time staff of 15, including music director, organist/associate director, pianist/composer-in-residence, two handbell choirs, three children’s choirs and scholarship singers. It also has a director of contemporary worship. It presents seasonal large works with professional orchestra and the chancel choir of 60 sings a variety of anthems from classical composers to hymn arrangements and spirituals. email Dr. Miller at todd@fpc-kingwood.org for a complete job description. Applicants welcome until position is filled.

Posted: June 8, 2017