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Choir-Praise Team Director
Lee Church Congregational
Lee Church Congregational is seeking a Director for our Choir/Praise Team. This is a salaried P/T position requiring choral directing skills, organization and relational skills, plus an understanding of Christian ministry and music. Candidates should have experience directing a choir, proficient in piano playing preferred, familiarity with liturgical procedures and music. For more information of required Skills and Responsibilities click here. Lee Church Choir-Praise Team Director. Interested candidates should submit their resume to: Leechurchucc@comcast.net
Faith Formation Youth Leader, part time
Atkinson Congregational Church
You will be responsible for organizing and administering Sunday morning Church School program for the youth of the church. This is a 10 hour per week position, 10 months per year (August – May). Some time will be flex but will include a commitment on Sunday mornings 9 – 11 a.m. Please send cover letter, resume, and references to firstname.lastname@example.org A CORI/SORI check will be performed prior to hiring.
PT Administrative Assistant
Union Congregational Church,
33 Concord Street
We are seeking a personable part-time administrative assistant with good computer skills in a Windows environment to work with the minister to publish materials for worship, help schedule church/community events and work on other projects. If you want to work 20 hours a week with a creative minister to coordinate a thriving congregation’s worship and community service, are familiar with the structure of a worship service, enjoy working in a positive and supportive environment, and are dedicated to improving the community, please send a cover letter and resume to Rev. Dr. Bob Marrone at 33 Concord St, Peterborough, NH 03458 or at email@example.com.
Union Congregational Church is an open and affirming congregation that believes “whoever you are and wherever you are on life’s journey, you are welcome at our church.”