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Worship & Arts Pastor

Website Trinity Chapel Assembly of God


Denomination: Assembly of God

Weekly Attendance:  240

Location: Louisville, KY

The Role: Worship & Arts Pastor

Salary: $50,000+


Meet Trinity Chapel Assembly of God Church:

Trinity Chapel was founded in 1965 by a handful of believers who felt led to start a congregation in the east end of Louisville, KY. From these humble beginnings in an elementary school, the church has grown to serve as a loving community to people of all backgrounds, reaching those of various generations, education levels, socio-economic classes, and ethnicities. We are blessed to learn from our differences and enthusiastically celebrate Jesus who unites us.

In the past 20 years, God’s miraculous provision has allowed us to renovate almost every area of our campus, including our sanctuary, children’s center, café, gym, and office spaces. These top-notch resources have given us an avenue of outreach to elementary schools, community organizations, athletic groups, and local missions. Our goal is to show God’s love generously to all of the children, youth, and adults that partner with Trinity Chapel.

Our congregation is built on the strength of committed individuals who serve Christ, our church, and their communities with wholehearted devotion. We prayerfully wait for the person God has called to lead the Worship & Arts area of ministry, and we look forward to the creativity and development that are to come.

About the Worship & Arts Pastor:

The role of the Worship Pastor is to serve the Lead Pastor and Executive Director in overseeing and coordinating the worship & arts ministry at Trinity Chapel Assembly of God (“TC”). The Worship Pastor takes on the responsibility of guarding the spiritual culture and character of the worship ministry and its full and part-time “staff,” TC Community, and other people or groups as assigned. Successful candidates will be self-motivated, independent workers with creative vision, a positive attitude, a servant’s heart, and a passion for fulfilling the Great Commission.

The Worship & Arts Pastor’s Responsibilities Include:

  • Function as Worship Pastor for the TC congregation
  • Lead, manage, and regularly contact the TC Worship & Arts Team, including all paid and volunteer staff relative to vocals, instrumentation, production, and media
  • Proactive in the pastoral care of TC participants with a strong focus on the Worship & Arts Team
  • Participate in church ministry planning & review by meeting regularly with the Lead Pastor, pastoral staff, and/or staff as a whole
  • Prepare for all worship practices, meetings, conferences & services with great attention to detail
  • Oversee all scheduling, structures, and systems for TC Worship, including administrative and recording responsibilities
  • Manage TC Worship department goals and individual projects
  • Coordinate meaningful ministry and development for TC Worship Team Members, including a strong focus on team culture & Christian community
  • Plan and lead TC Worship Night Experiences as directed
  • Foster generational music & arts development through encouragement and training
  • Diversify the worship experience by incorporating various styles & genres, both current and past, to engage the uniqueness of our congregation
  • Research church worship ministry, striving to improve and keeping current on changing methods
  • Fulfill the requirements and faithfully perform the duties of “Pastor” at Trinity Chapel

What You Bring: 

The following describes many of the characteristics of the ideal candidate for the Worship and Arts Pastor:

The following describes many of the characteristics of the ideal candidate for the Worship and Arts Pastor:

Education & Experience

  • Bachelor degree preferred
  • Minimum of 2 years experience leading worship in a local church
  • Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
  • Ability to learn and use various ministry platforms, including Planning Center 
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Capable of handling multiple projects effectively
  • Strong lead vocalist with piano or guitar skill
  • Personal Characteristics & Qualifications
  • Demonstrates a vibrant, personal relationship with Jesus Christ and an intentional focus on growth & development
  • Aptitude to build and lead a team to create a genuine worship experience 
  • Excellent verbal and interpersonal skills

What it’s Like to Live in Louisville, KY: 

Louisville is Kentucky’s largest city and is located on the banks of the Ohio River along the border with Indiana. The greater Louisville metro area has more than 770,000 residents and was founded in 1778 by George Rogers Clark, making it one of the oldest cities west of the Appalachians. The city’s architecture contains a blend of old and new. The Old Louisville neighborhood is the largest historic preservation district solely featuring Victorian homes and buildings in the United States, it is also the third largest such district overall. Victorian architecture is a series of architectural revival styles. The buildings of West Main Street in downtown Louisville have the largest collection of cast iron facades anywhere outside of New York’s SoHo district. 

Louisville today is home to dozens of companies and organizations across several industrial classifications. Louisville’s importance to the shipping industry continues today with the presence of the World port global air-freight hub for UPS at Louisville International Airport. Louisville is a significant center of manufacturing, with two major Ford plants, and the headquarters and major home appliance factory of GE Appliances (a subsidiary of Haier). The top Louisville attraction is the Belle of Louisville, the oldest river steamboat in continuous use. Today, it takes passengers on cruises up and down the Ohio River, including lunch and dinner sightseeing cruises, sunset, and moonlight cruises, special event cruises, bluegrass lunch cruises, and more. The vessel also races in the Great Steamboat Race every year on the Wednesday before the Kentucky Derby. 

The Belle, located at the 4th Street Wharf at the western end of Waterfront Park, is one of Louisville’s biggest attractions. There are more than 120 public parks in the metro area alone, many created by famed landscape architect Frederick Law Olmstead. Olmstead was a nationally recognized landscape architect, responsible for creating Central Park in New York. He also designed two of Louisville’s most beloved parks, Cherokee Park and Iroquois Park. With amenities like a 2.4-mile scenic walking loop, a fenced dog park, and a bird sanctuary, Cherokee Park entertains close to 500,000 visitors a year, making it one of the 50 most visited parks in the U.S. And Iroquois Park is most known for its panoramic views, its large open-air amphitheater, and the golf course.

College sports are popular in the Louisville area. The Louisville Cardinals have competed as members of the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC), since joining that league in July 2014. College basketball is particularly popular. The Louisville Cardinals’ Freedom Hall averaged sellouts for 10 straight years and the downtown KFC Yum! Center is following suit with regular sellouts. Horse racing is also a major attraction. Churchill Downs is home to the Kentucky Derby, the largest sporting event in the state, as well as the Kentucky Oaks which together cap the two-week-long Kentucky Derby Festival. Churchill Downs has also hosted the renowned Breeders’ Cup on eight occasions, most recently in 2011. 

Louisville is home to several institutions of higher learning. There are six four-year universities, the University of Louisville, Bellarmine University, Boyce College, Spalding University, Sullivan University, Simmons College of Kentucky, Louisville Bible College, Jefferson Community and Technical College (a two-year community college), and several other business or technical schools such as Spencerian College, Strayer University, and Sullivan College of Technology and Design. Indiana University Southeast is located across the Ohio River in New Albany, Indiana.

The University of Louisville has had notable achievements including several hand transplants and the world’s first self-contained artificial heart transplant. Two major graduate-professional schools of religion are also located in Louisville. The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, with more than 5,300 students, is the flagship institution of the Southern Baptist Convention and Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary. The public school system, Jefferson County Public Schools, consists of more than 100,000 students in 173 schools. Due to Louisville’s large Catholic population, there are 27 Catholic schools in the city. The Kentucky School for the Blind, for all of Kentucky’s blind and visually impaired students, is located on Frankfort Avenue in the Clifton neighborhood.

Main Street in Louisville’s downtown is one of the largest arts districts in the city. It is one of the main stretches of the First Friday Trolley Hop, a free, monthly event where the city’s historic trolleys take participants to more than two dozen art galleries in the area. Stroll down Main Street to check out all it has to offer and spot some of these big area attractions. Louisville’s long history can be found in its preserved historic homes that are located in some of the oldest city districts. Some of the city’s most notable historic homes include the Thomas Edison House, the Farmington Carriage House, and Whitehall. The summer season in Louisville also features a series of cultural events such as the Kentucky Shakespeare Festival (commonly called “Shakespeare in Central Park”), held in July of every year, and features free Shakespeare plays in Central Park in Old Louisville.

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