We’re seeking people to join our team that are passionate about what they do and even more passionate about our mission of making disciples, reaching our community and world, and developing a nurturing fellowship. If you feel called to be part of this mission as an employee of The Presbyterian Church of Danville, please carefully review the required qualifications.
Job Title: Director of Music Ministries
Part Time: 30 hours per week
The Presbyterian Church of Danville (PCUSA; Danville, KY) is accepting applicants for our Director of Music Ministries. Our church is a welcoming, midsize congregation with two Sunday services (8:30 and 11AM) and a historic connection with Centre College; a nationally-ranked liberal arts college adjacent to our historic church building.
We seek a leader who will plan, direct, and provide leadership for the church’s music ministry in cooperation with the pastor; provide music leadership for all scheduled worship services; direct and lead the adult choir; plan and direct choral music for weekly and special services; and oversee the maintenance and care of the organ, piano, hand bells, and other instruments. In addition, this person will oversee and direct our thriving bell choir, support our children’s music program, and work closely with Centre College students and administration.
We seek a trained and skilled organist and pianist who, in addition to playing for regular and special church services, will work to incorporate congregation, community, and Centre College members into the musical offerings of the church.
Our organ is a Taylor and Boody 42 rank tracker organ designed especially for our sanctuary in 1999.
A more detailed job description is available upon request. Applications can be submitted to email@example.com; please submit a cover letter, resume, and samples (video, audio, or programs) of your performance work.
We would also welcome any examples of your choral direction. We will consider applications on a rolling basis and as pandemic restrictions permit; currently we are not holding in person worship.