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Job at Aspen Grove Christian Church
At AGCC, the worship leader’s role is to “Grow Followers of Jesus Christ” by creating meaningful & authentic worship experiences where people are awakened to the presence of God in their own life.
Primary Responsibilities will include:
Work collaboratively with minister to create a meaningful experience of worship each week Coordinate & lead our very talented worship team Coordinate back of house elements, video, projection, sound, lighting, special productions Willing to become a member & active participant in the life of AGCC.
Necessary qualities & skills:
Passionate follower of Jesus Christ “The Touch” - Ability to perceive the needs/mood of the church & respond out of an awareness of the movement of the Holy Spirit.
Familiarity with & ability to teach contemporary worship songs and traditional hymns Strong skills as a musician, as well as vocally Competent in music & music theory Reliability in planning & preparation *Working knowledge of audio/visual technology
* Part-Time, flexible schedule, 16 hrs. per week including Sunday AM * Compensation based on experience * Beginning 2022
Interested parties should contact Adam Kaufhold, Minister at Aspen Grove Christian Church, at
Aspen Grove is a growing Christian Church located in the "Aspen Grove" area of Franklin, TN. We believe that God's purpose for AGCC is to "Grow followers of Jesus Christ through worship, community and service." We hope you will find that AGCC is a warm and welcoming community of believers, all coming together to impact this community and the world for Jesus Christ.
Formerly known as First Christian Church (previously located at 4800 Franklin Rd. and now home of Franklin Road Academy), Aspen Grove is one of the oldest Christian churches in the Nashville area, dating back to the 1950's. Our historical roots trace back to the early 19th century in a religious movement that came to be known as the Restoration Movement. The primary focus of the movement was a call for Christian unity. While we identify ourselves as a Christian Church, Aspen Grove is a nondenominational Church and operates autonomously. Our leadership is structured as a close collaboration between elders (responsible for spiritual direction), trustees (emphasis on logistics) and our ministry staff.
Some of our identifying characteristics include:
We believe that Jesus Christ is the son of God.
We believe that the Bible is the inspired Word of God.
We practice baptism by immersion for those who confess that Jesus is Lord.
It is our tradition to take the elements of communion (Lord's Supper or Eucharist) each week.