Associate Director of Choral Ministries (Youth)


Associate Director of Choral Ministries Worship & Arts Position Type: Exempt Category: Regular, Full-time position Reports to: Director of Choral Ministries Ministry Summary/Objective: The mission of the Worship & Arts Department is to provide opportunities to worship and glorify God, touch lives, and find inspiration to be the hands and feet of Christ in our world. The Associate Director of Choral Ministries develops and implements exciting and spiritually transformative worship & arts ministry to students and their families so that they may grow in understanding of the Christian faith and the music and arts role in faith development; strengthen their relationship with God; and gain basic music skills so that they may serve the church in various music and arts ministries. Some detailed functions: • Lead and maintain a music ministry where students feel valued, accepted, and a part of a larger community of Christ and promote an understanding of how music and the arts nurture spiritual growth thereby empowering a stronger personal relationship with God • Collaborate with all staff (Worship & Arts department, Student Ministry department, Children’s Ministry department, etc.) to accomplish departmental and church-wide goals • Direct choirs as assigned; may include Jubilation Choir (7th – 9th grade), New Covenant Ensemble (7th – 9th grade), a Children’s Choir, and the Youth Ringers Handbell Choir • Co-direct assigned choirs; may include Sonshine Choir (10th – 12th grade), other Children’s Choirs, and Chancel Choir (Adult) • Recruit, equip, and empower youth leadership within all youth ensembles • Recruit, train, and coordinate volunteers for assigned ministries and tasks (e.g. Share the Spirit fundraising team, Student Choral Ministry Task team, and Jubilation Choir Tour Team) Education and Experience Requirements • Bachelor’s degree in Music required, preferably in choral conducting or music ministry; master degree preferred • Three (3) - Five (5) years of experience in leading choirs, programming music and designing worship and/or choir concerts • Three (3) - Five (5) years of experience in a large church setting • Understanding of Wesleyan theology and the United Methodist Church Direct Inquiries & Resumes to For a complete and detailed job description and online application visit

Contact: Jennie Stockard

Address: 309 Franklin Road Brentwood TN 37027

Phone: 615-577-7279



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