Worship Central Director/Campus Worship Pastor
Metro Community Church
|Church or Org Description *|
|Metro Community Church was founded over 26 years ago with a vision to reach those who had never been to church or perhaps had given up on church, but who still needed to hear the truth about how much they mattered to God. Located in a growing suburb of St. Louis, Metro Community has embraced a multi-site model having launched its first multi-site campus 10 years ago. Today, they operate a combination of 2 multi-site campuses and 2 “house campuses”. Over the next few years, the desire is to place an even greater emphasis on launching more sites with a goal of starting a new multi-site campus every 2 years.
Metro Community Church has an expression of worship that is decidedly modern in style. They have a desire to consistently push toward the next generation in everything they do. This includes staying current with new worship songs, media usage, and other forms of expression. All multi-site locations executed the same elements and feature live music delivered, typically, by a 5-piece band along with 2-5 vocalists in addition to the worship leader. Preaching is delivered live from the Edwardsville campus and video-cast to the other locations.
|Position Description *|
|The new Worship Central Director will walk into a situation that is primed for continued growth and leadership, with a team eager to move to the next level. The team executes at a high level, but with time and intentional development, much more can be achieved. The new hire will oversee the worship ministries and worship leaders across all campuses while also serving as the Campus Worship Pastor for the Edwardsville campus. The person in this role will focus heavily upon developing and building into other leaders. Because of the Metro’s vision to expand their multi-site footprint, it is imperative that worship leaders continually be raised up to service future campuses and lead future teams.
Essential to effectiveness in this role is a person with exceptional leadership skill. The new Worship Central Director must be a visionary leader and self-starter who has the ability to remain on the leading edge of cultural and church trends. This person must also be able to take a high view over the ministry and provide strong direction, planning, and organization. The qualified candidate should have experience in a multi-site church setting and should also have a proven history of ministry growth and development of people.