Worship Ministry Interview

Worship Ministry Interview

Worship Ministry Interview

How Do I Join The Worship Team
Worship Ministry Interview
worship ministry audition

If you are reading this handbook, then you may have already begun the process of joining the group of musicians, singers, artists, and technicians

Worship Ministry Interview

You will need to participate in a Worship Ministry Interview with the Worship Pastor.  During the interview we will explore your calling, background, and leadership role as part of the Worship Ministry.

Worship Ministry Interview

We will highlight the requirements and other considerations defined in this handbook as well as the purpose and vision of the worship ministry.  The interview is also important to the Worship Pastor and the Praise Team Leaders in exploring your spiritual gifts as well as your musical or technical experience and skills.

Worship Ministry Interview

Your interview will incorporate the following components:

Worship Ministry Interview

– A discussion of the Worship Ministry & Praise Team Handbook. (Please bring your handbook to your interview.)

– A discussion of the Worship Ministry Information & Commitment (Please fill out this form and bring it to your interview.)

– A discussion regarding your ministry calling, spiritual walk, and background

Your audition will be comprised of the following:

– A demonstration of vocal, instrumental, artistic, or technical ability and suitability. Musicians should expect to bring their instrument and play. Vocalist should prepare one song to sing without accompaniment.

Along with God’s leading, the information gathered from the interview enables the Worship Pastor and the appropriate ministry leaders will determine how you might fit into the ministry you are interested in.

Introductory Participation & Hands-on Training

Once you have completed the above-mentioned steps, you will be eligible to begin your initial participation, known as the Introductory Period.  For sound and video technicians, this marks the beginning of your Hands-on Training period.

Introductory Periods are usually a minimum of three to six weeks.   During this time, musicians and singers will attend mid-week rehearsals but not serve on the Praise Team at weekly worship services.

This will provide for you to observe the way rehearsals are conducted, quantify how much time and commitment is required, and get to know other members of the Praise Team. At the same time, we can assess your gifts, talents, and commitment in serving the Lord through this ministry.

Hands-on Training for technical artists will involve observing a mentor technician during services for several weeks. When you are ready, you will begin running sound, media, lights, or camera under supervision of a mentor technician for several more weeks.

After such time it will be up to the discretion of the Worship Pastor and the ministry leader as to when individuals will begin to participate during services.  Once your Introductory Period is over, you will be placed on a regular schedule.

Worship Ministry Interview

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