Grace United Church, Caledonia, ON is searching for a qualified, responsible and creative musician able to play & lead worship music using a variety of musical styles (contemporary/gospel/traditional).
Responsibilities include providing organ/piano music for worship services (10:30 am) in consultation with our minister & worship team members, leading choir practices, and coordinating the use of other musical talents. Continue reading
Église Unie Saint-Marc is seeking an organist for Sunday morning services. We are a small (approximately 40 families) but growing French-speaking United Church congregation on Elgin Street in the centre of Ottawa. Services are held at 11:00 on Sunday mornings and on some other special occasions, and usually last about an hour to 90 minutes. Continue reading
Lunenburg, NS – Central United Church is seeking an enthusiastic and talented individual(s) to lead our music program. We are accepting applications for either one individual who can fill a dual role, or two individuals: an organist and a choir director.
We are seeking a Music Minister who is a disciple of Jesus Christ, enthusiastic, flexible, and can enhance an experience of God through a variety of worship music. The main worship instruments are a Yamaha C2 grand piano and an older electric organ – other instruments are used during the contemporary worship.
First United Church in Fort Saskatchewan is seeking an accomplished pianist to serve our diverse Music Ministry. See the Accompanist Position Description for details. Interested applicants are invited to submit their resume, including salary expectations to:
First United Church
Fort Sask. AB, T8L 1Z3 780-998-4060
Maple Grove United Church, in Oakville Ontario, seeks an enthusiast, proficient organist as part of their extensive music program. Reporting to the Director of Music, the organist would provide accompaniment on both our augmented pipe organ and grand piano.. Please apply in confidence to: Dorothy Gartshore, C/O Maple Grove United Church, 346 Maple Grove Drive, Oakville, L6J 4V5 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rideau Park United Church in Ottawa invites applications for Organist/Music Ministry Coordinator. The position is part-time (24 hours per week). View the full list of qualifications, and complete Job Description, on our website at www.rideaupark.ca. Applications should be submitted by March 11, 2016 to Elizabeth Bryce at email@example.com.
St Mark’s United Church, Dundas is seeking a lively, joyful Music Coordinator to team up with our Minister. Using accomplished choral directing and keyboard skills, this person will facilitate the music program at St Mark’s, including the existing adult choir, children’s music groups and bell choir, and musicians for worship services as well as provide a vision for growth in our music ministry. Visit http://www.stmarksunitedchurch.ca/jobs-careers for details.
Applications close February 29/16. Start date is flexible.
Kindly call the church office at 905 627 9251 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
Zion-Memorial United Church in Carleton Place, ON is seeking a Music Director.
Our Director of Music is responsible for working with the Minister to set music for Sunday and other services, managing and directing the choir and occasionally working with the Sunday School. Remuneration is based on a estimated 8 hour work week. If you are interested in this position please e-mail email@example.com for a job description.
Please submit your resume, including references to: firstname.lastname@example.org no later than January 21, 2016.
We’re very excited to be holding our annual meeting and music education event this year at Crossroads United Church in Delta, BC (Vancouver area), in British Columbia Conference of The United Church. Visit our Eventbrite page to register. We’re looking forward to seeing you in Delta!
- Early bird registration by March 31 – $35
- After March 31 – $50
If you’re coming from out of town, we have prepared a map with suggestions for local hotel accommodations.
Event schedule and details after the break…