Northlea United Church (125 Brentcliffe Rd., Toronto ON, M4G 3Y7 in North Leaside) is currently seeking an enthusiastic musician with strong leadership, interpersonal and communication skills to work creatively with our Minister to lead our music program. We are searching for a versatile individual who envisions music and congregational singing as an integral part of the worship experience and who is equally a skilled organist and pianist. Continue reading
Feel like a summer road trip and looking for a great educational opportunity? Musicians from our sister denomination in the USA, The United Church of Christ, are gathering in Boston this summer for their biennial conference, July 9-12. By all accounts it will be an amazing event for musicians of all skill levels, so if you’re interested check their event page for further details.
The Hymn Society in the US and Canada is meeting this summer in Waterloo, ON! A great opportunity to meet fellow church musicians, sing together in four-part harmony, learn from experts in the field, and just have a wonderful time together. Full information available on the Hymn Society website.
And for emerging scholars of hymnody, there is an opportunity to submit research on congregational song at a special forum during the event. Deadline is April 1. See the HSUSC Call for Papers for further details.
Come one, come all!
Grace United Church is inviting applications for Director of Music to maintain a tradition of high quality music in our worship services, as early as March 17, 2017. We are seeking someone with strong leadership, interpersonal and communication skills, to lead a diversely talented senior choir. Continue reading
Bridge Street United Church in Belleville, Ontario has openings for:
an Interim Director of Music starting January 3, 2017 and concluding with the hire of a Director of Music starting as early as feasible in 2017.
Both are contract, part-time positions of up to 20 hours per week.
For more information, see www.bridgestreetchurch.com.
The United Church in Meadowood (UCiM) is a congregation that grounds itself in personal relationships with Christ, nurtures itself in fellowship of the Church and empowers itself through God to seek justice in the world. We are proud of the fact that the UCiM is an affirming Church where all are welcome. We seek a Music Director for: Music leadership for weekly rehearsals, for Sunday Services and for 2 or 3 special music offerings annually, along with the required rehearsals. Continue reading
We’re excited to announce that Music United, in partnership with the Edge Network of The United Church of Canada, hosted its first webinar! A chance for everyone involved in worship and music leadership in the church to gather and talk about important issues. Here’s the description:
A “Call”: which leader feels the greater sense of call? In co-leadership, how do we all get
along? How do we balance the use of power, unique congregational cultures, and service to the Creator? How do we help make each other’s expression of ministry a collegial, positive and fulfilling experience? Join panel volunteers Fred Graham, Jason Locke, Rev. Bill Steadman, and Patricia Wright as they explore issues, resolutions and healthy relationship pointers during this open discussion.
You can check out the archived video and chat from the webinar here. And please send us your suggestions for future topics!
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