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Choir Director / Musical Worship Leader

Parish of Herne Hill The Parish of Herne Hill
Closing Date
Thu, 23/03/2023 - 13:00
Part Time
£450-600 per month
Hours Per Week
6-8 varies
Description of Job
Our diverse, welcoming and musical Church Family is seeking to recruit a Choir Director with relevant experience and vision to direct and develop the choir and music groups at the 11.15 service. The ideal candidate would be a good singer who can teach others to sing well. They will have knowledge of the broad spectrum of sacred music and be able to communicate with, and inspire people of all ages. They would be able to lead an enthusiastic SATB choir. They would be a Christian in sympathy with our Parish Aim “In God’s strength, to bring Jesus to the centre of our lives and to the heart of our community.”
Playing the organ or piano is desirable but not essential.
Remuneration £450-600 per month depending on experience and qualifications (or more if can play the organ).
The parish office is located at St Paul’s Church, Herne Hill, London SE24 9LY.

Application deadline 23rd March at 1pm. Interviews will take place the week beginning 27th March.

There is a genuine occupational requirement for the job holder to be a practising, Christian.

We would consider a job share to the right candidates.

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Parish of Herne Hill

St Paul's Church, Herne Hill, London, SE24 9LY

Herne Hill is a multi-cultural, socially mixed area of London between Brixton, Camberwell and Dulwich. St Paul’s is one of two churches in the parish, the other being St Saviour’s. There are about 330 regular worshippers, from all ages and backgrounds who attend our 8am, 11.15am and 5pm services at St Paul’s and our 9.30am services and monthly Messy Church at St Saviour’s.

Our Parish aim is “in God’s strength to bring Jesus to the centre of our lives and to the heart of our community”. Music is seen as having an important role in helping realise this aim.

The style of services at the 11.15 service at St Paul’s covers a spectrum, from traditional services of Holy Communion to more informal all-age worship. This is reflected in and supported by a range of music, mainly provided by organ or piano and a small adult choir. The 5pm service at St Paul’s and the 9.30am at St Saviour’s are more informal with a worship band

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