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Somewhere Presbyterian Church (USA), 911 North Main St., Somewhere, GA 30012. 770.292.7701.
Organist & music director for 600-member suburban Atlanta church. 40 hours per week (which includes 30 hours of weekly planning/administration and 10 hours of on-site personal practice time for personal musical development and weekly preparation of worship services ñ musical excellence encouraged and expected.) Responsibilities include planning and preparation of appropriate organ and choral music for two weekly Sunday morning services. Fully-graded choir program including handbells. Total enrollment in music and fine arts programs is currently 130. New fine arts series in development stages. Three-manual, 78-stop, 91-rank Casavant Frères organ built in 1997. Candidate should have minimum masterís degree in music, supervisory skills and team-effort approach to worship planning (meeting weekly with worship task force.) Salary and benefits commensurate with education, skills, and experience beginning at $42,000. Send resume or contact Dr. Marlon Hurst at the above address.
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