Eastminster Presbyterian Church

Eastminster Presbyterian Church, a 450 member and growing church with a well-established music program located on the East (Space) Coast of Florida in Indialantic, is seeking applicants for the position of Director of Music Ministry/Organist. This is a full time position with benefits or it can be shared. Applicants should have passions and backgrounds which include worship leadership, directing vocal choirs of all ages, experience with bell choirs and instrumental groups, and a love for a broad range of musical styles. Experience in a growing church and technological adeptness are pluses.

Traditional choir of 30+, oversee the contemporary praise team with its own leader, 2 bell choirs and youth choirs/musicians as well as play pipe organ, Allen organ, and Bösendorfer grand piano. Salary and benefits commensurate with experience.

Contact mtoms@epcfl.org. More information about the church available at the church website.

Lake Magdalene United Methodist

Lake Magdalene United Methodist, Tampa is accepting applications for the position of Organist/Accompanist. Classical music program, Rodgers 3 manual organ Model 950. Wednesday evening rehearsals, two Sunday morning services, concerts, special rehearsals and services Holy Week, Christmas. Primary skills: skilled organist and accompanist for a traditional, classical music program; outstanding sight-reading ability, ability to work well with people, strong Christian faith. Part-time, salaried. Professional player with 10 years experience preferred. Send resume and audio/video links to: dcompher@lmumc.org

St. Mark’s Episcopal Church

St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, Tampa seeks a qualified individual for the position of Music Director. The person called to this position will serve as organist, director of the adult choir, and liturgical music planner and coordinator. This position is part-time; no relocation offered. The Music Director develops and leads worship and music and has overall responsibility for the music program at St. Mark’s. Duties include playing for Sunday 8:00 a.m. services and leading a 20-voice choir for Sunday 10:15 a.m. services, conducting weekly two-hour rehearsals Wednesday evenings, and various special events and services throughout the year. Participation in regular liturgical planning meetings, communication with musicians, and selecting all music for approval by the Rector are also part of the position responsibilities. Visit our music page at www.stmarkstampa.org for a detailed job description and application instructions.