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Worship Service Music Director, Sheppard AFB, TX, US ID#16084

  • The job is roughly 5.5 hours per week at $18.03hr. This is VERY part-time.
  • The contemporary service is Sunday at 11am.
  • The Gospel service is Sunday at 12pm.
  • Both positions will have a single practice during the week
  • The time breakdown is basically 2.5hrs allotted for the 1 hour weekly practice and 3hrs allotted for the 1hr Sunday service.

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The Contractor is responsible for all coordination, organization, preparation, and performance of music presentations required supporting the Worship Services.


Includes the following:

  • Responsible for all coordination, organization, preparation, and performance of music presentations required supporting Worship/Mass Services.
  • Request music supplies by submitting a written request through the chaplain-in-charge of the service.
  • Provide praise team/musician leadership services, as required.
  • Provide for special/holy days and funeral/memorial services as requested by Wing Chaplain, and/or chaplain-in-charge of the service.
  • Perform for each regular service by singing and playing Gospel praise/worship music, preludes and postludes, congregational hymns, and/or special music (Approximately 52 services per year).
  • Perform for weekly rehearsals.
  • Perform for special/holy days/funeral/memorial/contingency services and additional practices.
  • Assist the chaplain-in-charge with the selection of suitable music (i.e., gospel worship style, traditional, and contemporary) for all required worship services, and additional services performed.
  • Recruit and oversee volunteer musicians and choir performing in the worship service.
  • Responsible for preparation and restoration of both the music and altar area for services.
  • After each rehearsal, the area must be returned to a neutral state. (i.e. microphones, cords, and stands put away, papers from music and bulletins removed, all altar items returned to storage, etc.)
  • Ensure that the facility is properly secured and locked upon departure, or responsibility is turned over to a Chapel Staff member or responsible individual. Inform Chapel Facility Manager of any problems with the chapel facility.
  • Ensure any practice areas used are neat and returned to its original condition.
  • Performs other job related duties as required.


No supervisory requirement for this position.


Have a minimum of one (1) year experience leading musical worship for a military chapel community or civilian church community. Professional music training is preferred. Must be a mature practicing Christian for at least five (5) years.


  • Ability to lead vocally and play piano or guitar.
  • Ability to read music or chord music is required.
  • Practicing is evidenced by regular attendance and involvement in a church community.


Work will be performed in a climate controlled environment.


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