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Employment Opportunities


Administrative Assistant - West Franklin

This position is contingent upon continued funding.

The Administrative Assistant is responsible for providing personable, professional, administrative, and managerial support for the Campus and Teaching Pastor, Ministerial Staff, and church office. They will provide administrative support to the ministries of The Church at West Franklin for the sake of accomplishing department-specific and overall church goals. 

PRIMARY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:

Receptionist

Greet the public, answer the telephone and door.
Be competent in switching between tasks (i.e., computer input and people interruptions).
Process incoming and outgoing mail (bills, invoices, tithe receipts, etc.).
Receive scheduled deliveries and allow repairmen access to building during work hours.
Serve as hospitality for the West Franklin Office Suite.
 
Administrative Support
Ensure accurate church records are maintained, including attendance (input and print rolls), membership (Ministry Platform), baptismal, marriage, newsletter or special mailing lists, etc. 
Maintain current lists of members who are in the hospital, special prayer requests, deaths, births and other important events.  Communicate with Minister on Call & Deacons of the Week. Input pertinent Care Cases into Mobile Tools.
Assist in maintaining first time guests and new member on-boarding. 
Weekly work with lay leaders, volunteers and church members to inform them of pertinent details or changes from the monthly calendar of events.
Order office supplies and maintain office agreements/contracts as it relates to the church office.
Order coffee supplies as needed for Coffee Bar.
Maintain church master calendar of events, inputting key dates, special and recurring events in event scheduling program.
Maintain communications grid, ensure key events are posted on social media, and update podcast ads.
Serve as primary and initial contact for internal and external events, weddings, funerals, etc.
Serve as the primary point of contact for external events when necessary or assigned by the staff. 
Maintain an office atmosphere that is clean and orderly on a consistent basis. 
 

Business/Financial Support

Receive, count, secure, deposit and keep accurate records of weekly tithes, offerings and miscellaneous deposits.
Report status of individual ministry budgets on a monthly basis at a weekly staff meeting – specifically if expenditures exceed budget allowances. 
Prepare and maintain quarterly reports for the church.
  • Ministry Scope & Summary
  • West Franklin/South Region Scorecard 
  • Quarterly membership vote 
Prepare and process check requests for invoices and reimbursements
Reconcile credit card statements for all West Franklin ministers

General Ministry Support for Campus and Teaching Pastor & Ministerial Staff

Protect the Campus & Teaching Pastor’s time for prayer, study, sermon preparation, leadership development, and writing. 
Handle calendaring for the Campus & Teaching Pastor (i.e., appointments in Microsoft Outlook).
When requested, check and respond to daily emails and voicemails. 
Facilitate communication and edit all print materials to and from the Campus & Teaching Pastor.
 

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:

Attend quarterly all-staff meetings held at the Brentwood campus
Attend West Franklin campus staff meetings
Handle requests from Central Support as it relates to The Church at West Franklin
West Franklin Staff Meetings: Plan ahead & help prepare. Record general conversation, assignments, and output during meeting. Email notes to staff. 
 
 

QUALIFICATIONS:

Detail-oriented with strong gifts in administration
Excellent relational skills
Takes initiative 
Pleasant phone manner
Responds to phone calls, emails, and other messages in a timely manner
Exhibits a high level of trust and confidentiality
Must meet BBC benchmark for computer competency

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: 

Preferred Bachelor’s degree from four-year College or university.  Minimum of two years related experience and/or training.  Or equivalent combination of education and experience.

If interested in this position, please complete the online application.

 

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Associate Connection Minister

The Associate Connection Minister is responsible to the church, under the direction of Connection Minister for planning, casting vision, implementing, evaluating, and recruiting for a comprehensive Guest Service ministry on the Brentwood Campus. This position manages a large team that includes both part-time employees and volunteer leaders in this multi-faceted ministry. The Associate Connection Minister represents these ministries as part of the Connection Team.

PRIMARY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:

GUEST SERVICES Ministry (Brentwood Campus)

Management, Training, and Recruitment of Guest Services ministry including:

Sunday Guest Services ministry including ushers, greeters, welcome centers, parking lot, shuttle buses, coffee service, etc.
Worship Attendance Tracking
Next Step & Decision Counselor coordination with Congregational Care Minister
Coordinate with Security Director and Connection minister regarding Safety and Security needs at the Brentwood Campus
First time guest follow-up, including developing strategies towards First Time guests, and training for First Time Guest process with Brentwood campus ministers
Special Events liaison for Guest Service needs (e.g. concerts, conferences)
Oversee the New Member Orientation Process including:
Teaching and coordinating Discover Membership Classes on the Brentwood Campus
Coordinate with Discover/ Place Ministry staff and lay leaders on the Brentwood Campus
Baptism service coordination and leading of quarterly baptism services
Assist and collaborate with Connection Minister & Place Minister in ongoing development of Discover Membership Class Materials
Assimilation of members into groups, gospel conversations, and service
Participate in the decision process on church’s response to weather alerts, procedures and contingency plans

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:

Work collaboratively with the Discover/PLACE Team and other ministers to foster members being Disciples who make Disciples
Assist, as needed, to be resource for the implementation and training of new member, PLACE and Guest Services ministries at other BBC campuses as they are launched.
Work collaboratively with the Communications Team to be sure that the new member and Guest Services Ministry strategies and opportunities are documented and available to the church on a timely basis through print, web, and other media outlets.
Maintain job descriptions, expectations and standards for each Guest Services, sand volunteer leader positions.
Lead regular Guest Services to communicate clearly about strategic, tactical and operational goals.  These meetings should also develop a sense of teamwork and foster a sense of cooperation among the ministries.
Establish annual goals and conduct review meetings with each direct report.
Pray with and for all direct reports and volunteers on a regular basis and hold staff and team leaders accountable for personal spiritual and ministerial growth (self-development plan).
Provide pastoral care to direct reports and volunteers and serve as a resource to the team for additional “difficult” pastoral care/leadership related situations.
Report to the Connection Minister at least monthly on team progress and initiatives.
Support the office of the Senior Pastor as needed, including working with the Connection/Service Team to support key sermon series and initiatives during strategic times of the year.
Effectively communicate and work alongside an administrative assistant, who will help carry out the day-to-day administrative responsibilities of the Guest Services Team.
Be available to serve the church as a decision counselor, pastoral counselor, on-call minister and on-site minister (as assigned).  Perform weddings and funerals as requested.

QUALIFICATIONS:

A personal sense of calling from God to vocational Christian ministry in general and to this particular area of ministry.
A mature Christian who is demonstrates the Fruits of the Spirit, is growing in their faith and is committed to spiritual disciplines such as Bible reading, prayer.
The proven ability to identify, equip and lead a team of volunteers.
Ability to collaborate, cooperate and function well in a team environment.
Demonstrates strong written and verbal communication skills.
A strong Christ-follower who can identify closely with the mission, values, vision and priorities of Brentwood Baptist Church.
A mature Christian who is growing in his or her personal walk with the Lord through committed Bible Study, prayer, and service.
A willingness to be a “team player,” where collaboration can exist between the new member and Guest Services ministries and other ministries within Brentwood Baptist.
An understanding and passion for assimilating people into the church and their Kingdom assignment.
The proven ability to think strategically and work with assimilation and Guest Services models, paradigms and delivery channels.
The proven ability to identify, train, lead and care for staff and volunteers.
Strong managerial and leadership skills combined with an exceptional relational ability. Training in Modelnetics (Main Event Management) preferred or essential in the first year.
Effective written and verbal communication skills.
The proven ability to identify, equip and lead a team of ministerial and support staff.
The proven ability to manage people, budgets, long range planning and plan implementation in secular and/or church environments

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:

Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited university. A Master’s Degree from an accredited seminary preferred.
At least three to five years’ experience on a church staff is preferable

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Brentwood Communications Account Manager (FT)

The Account Manager is responsible to the church, under the direction of the Promotions Director for management of the promotions-related functions of the Communications Ministry for his/her assigned campus(es) or ministries of the church. Primary responsibility lies in management of client “accounts,” providing consultation for their projects and promotional initiatives as requested of the Communication Ministry; also, to facilitate planning and implementation of major messages and message channels of the campuses.

PRIMARY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:

Account Management duties include:

Initial consult with client designed specifically to do one or more of the following:

Clearly define actual scope of the promotion by helping client to answer tough questions.  (e.g. – “What exactly do you want vs. what do you need”)
Work out broad cost estimates if necessary.
Prompt for and collect key details (point person, approver, key deadlines)
Manage expectations of deliverables based on current climate (resources, existing messages, client responsibilities, etc.)
When appropriate, offer other team-preferred alternatives that more closely meet Communications standards as determined by team leadership.
Work with Creative Director to facilitate appropriate creative consults between client and Creative Services.
Work with Communications Assistant to ensure effective management of project initiation/identification and needs, milestones, and deliverables.
Ensure that clients are kept abreast of project status through regular communication.

Handling tense or unpleasant situations as they arise (as directed by or in collaboration with Internal Promotions Director and/or Communications Minister).

Collaborate closely with the Administrative Assistant with respect to project assignments and support and then appropriately assume and execute project details.

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:

Regularly participate in weekly staff meetings at the assigned campus(es) to determine communication priorities for the week and assist in their message management.
Manage client expectations of deliverables based on current climate (resources, existing messages, client responsibilities, etc.)
Work with Communications Assistant and Creative Director to strategically break projects into manageable pieces, determine assignments to be made to the production team, and follow the project through to completion.
Assist with follow/up or post-project debriefs and evaluations.
Collaborate with Creative/Digital Strategy Director and Digital Content Manager to provide social media strategy, management and support.
Collect and post campus-specific news stories to and update and refresh the assigned campus(es) web sites. 
As related to assigned campus(es) support the Communications Minister in public relations efforts to align internal and external messages.
Complete other duties as assigned by the Communications Minister, Internal Promotions Director.

QUALIFICATIONS:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions
A thorough knowledge and skill set with marketing strategies and practices in traditional and non-traditional media.

Must possess a diplomatic approach to client relations while maintaining procedural standards.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Excellent customer service skills.
Understanding of data management.
Must possess organizational skills and attention to detail.
Must be punctual and confidential.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:

Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university; and five years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience in the fields of communications, marketing, and/or project management.  

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Brentwood Communications Assistant (PT)

The Communications Assistant is responsible to the church, under the direction of the Communications Minister (with a dotted line reporting relationship to the Promotions Director, the Creative Director, and the Editorial Manager) for serving as a single point of contact with (and for) the Communications Ministry with respect to the receiving and processing of requests for services from the Communications Ministry. Also for managing the placement of the project and its respective tasks into the project management system. Additionally, serves as primary overseer of print shop operations and performs basic Administrative Assistant duties for the Communications Minister and for the department.

PRIMARY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:

Performs all project management system functions including: checking for new communication requests throughout the day; creating timelines for all projects based on generating/editing copy, design, proofing time, and printing; determining each action point (task) needed to complete the project; entering tasks into the project management system and assigning to team members; outsourcing projects during heavy work times; updating project management system on a daily basis
Oversees Print Shop operations, including the recruitment and training of volunteers
Assembles printing quotes for clients from Communications vendors when outsourcing is necessary
Assisting the Account Managers, participates in production team meetings to divide work between designers (or freelance), discusses current projects, future projects, and overdue projects, resolves red-flag issues
Looks ahead at upcoming projects to ensure team has everything they need to smoothly transition from one project to the next
Makes sure files are delivered to the printers on time
As necessary, follows up with account managers with any additional requests clients have concerning their projects (although most client communication will be with account managers).
Contacts bulletin stuffers each week to inform them of how many bulletin inserts are scheduled
Create monthly and annual reports of the projects and activities of the Communications Ministry.

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following

Maintains an up-to-date list of vendor information and providing one point of contact from the Communications department to our vendors and freelancers.
Works with vendors to get the best prices and services for our projects.
Along with account managers, cultivates the good relationships BBC has with its vendors.
Fills out check request forms for receipts and manages departmental invoices.
Monitors and actuates tasks of the Communications department for onboarding new staff and reports according to the system set out by human resources.
Coordinates and arranges meetings, setting up food, and reserving rooms when requested.
Attends departmental staff meetings for input and informational purposes when requested
Maintains inventory and placement/storage of portable campus signage (Brentwood campus)
Completes other duties as assigned by supervisor.

QUALIFICATIONS:

 

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Thorough knowledge of Microsoft Office.
Understanding of basic data management.
Project management skills.
Ability to learn other church computer-based management services, such as Ministry Platform, Martus, and eSpaces.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Must possess professional phone skills
Excellent relational skills.
Strong work ethic with can-do attitude.
Must possess organizational skills and attention to detail.
Must be punctual and confidential.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:

Associate’s degree from an accredited college or university; or one to five years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience in the field of administrative support, communications, or project management.  

 

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Childcare Workers (Part-Time)

The Brentwood Campus of Brentwood Baptist Church has openings for childcare workers.  Fun, loving, and nurturing environment that provides childcare on the Brentwood Campus during church activities.

Part-time:  Nights & Weekends/various times available

Hourly rate:  $10-12/hour depending upon experience.

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Childcare Workers (Part-Time) - The Church at Lockeland Springs

The Church at Lockeland Springs is in need of at least two childcare workers to work two hours the first Wednesday of every month from 6:30-8:30pm, with a free meal provided at 6:00pm. The hourly rate is $15 an hour.

If interested, please complete the online application.

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Children’s Minister-Groups and Leadership (Brentwood)

The Brentwood, Children’s Minister-Groups and Leadership is responsible to the church, under the direction of the lead Children’s Minister for overseeing various ministries for children Grades 1-5 and their families. The role is designed to fit within an overall discipleship ministry vision of the spiritual development of leaders, children and their parents.  The primary focuses of this Associate position are Children’s LIFE Groups, Impact and Vacation Bible School.

PRIMARY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:

Support the lead Children’s Minister and Children’s Ministry team in providing ministry to children in Grades 1-5 and their families.
Support the lead Children’s Minister and Children’s Ministry team as we plan and move children and their families to be on mission through Mission Journeys, Gospel Conversations and the Discipleship making process of disciples making disciples.  
Oversee all aspects of Children’s LIFE Groups including volunteer enlistment and training, communication to volunteers and parents and curriculum selection.
Supervise and coordinate the part-time Wing Coordinator positions that work with Children’s LIFE Groups.
Oversee all aspects of the Impact discipleship program (Wednesday PM) including volunteer enlistment and training, communication to volunteers and parents and small group coordination.  Also, plan the weekly lessons based on curriculum and help teach the Biblical content. 
Oversee the Impact Music coordinator and serve as the liaison between children’s music and the Worship Ministry to coordinate opportunities for children to be involved in leading worship.
Assist with planning and leadership of special children’s ministry events such as Vacation Bible School, camp and mission efforts.  Take the lead role in coordinating Vacation Bible School.
Serve as a counselor with children and families in matters of salvation, baptism and in matters of personal and family concern. 
Assist the lead Children’s Minister in any policy making guidelines or procedures. Help clarify and enforce any new policies or guidelines.
Assist the lead Children’s Minister in gathering names of potential leaders and teachers. Utilize the Mission & Vision and PLACE class participants as potential volunteers.
Participate in leader training, self-development opportunities and local meetings with Childhood Ministry groups as needed.
Participate in ministry visits to children, families and volunteers connected to the Children’s Ministry.
Participate in all ideation of new strategies to be taken by the children’s ministry team.
Attend and participate in all quarterly meetings held by the Senior Leadership team.
Attend weekly Children’s Ministry team planning meetings.

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:

Serve as an assigned rotation as the Minister on Call and the Minister on Site.
Be available for conducting baptisms for children and families when needed.
Serve as a conference leader, speaker or teacher when needed for volunteer and parent training events.
Attend and participate in Childhood Department Leadership Team meetings.
Collaborate with other discipleship ministers to develop a comprehensive plan for ministry to preschoolers through adults at BBC.
Participate in planning and give direction, along with the Preschool Minister, to preschool events such as, leadership training and VBS.

QUALIFICATIONS:

A personal sense of calling from God to vocational Christian ministry in general and to this particular area of ministry.
Can identify closely with the mission, values, vision, theology, philosophy and methodology of Brentwood Baptist Church.
A mature Christian who is demonstrates the Fruits of the Spirit, is growing in their faith and is committed to spiritual disciplines such as Bible reading, prayer.
The proven ability to identify, equip and lead a team of volunteers.
Ability to collaborate, cooperate and function well in a team environment.
Demonstrates strong written and verbal communication skills.
A mature Christian who is growing in their personal walk with the Lord through committed Bible Study, prayer and service
An understanding of children’s ministry as a foundational ministry of the church
Ability to lead a team of volunteers by casting vision for the ministry and organizing the skills and talents of those team members
Ability to relate well to adults in the ministry as parents of children or ministry volunteers
Knowledge of developmental stages for children grades 1-5 and ability to choose and implement appropriate programming for those stages
Agreement with and the ability to enforce the Policies and Procedures of the Preschool/Children’s Ministry at Brentwood Baptist Church.
Effective communicator, both written and verbal.
Proficiency in basic computer skills and software systems.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:

Experience leading in a Children’s Ministry in a local church setting with at least 150 elementary-age children.
Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) from four-year college or university; and one to two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Brentwood Baptist Church seeks to attract and retain highly qualified individuals who will share our values and will support our mission and vision. Brentwood Baptist Church has activated a cross-campus racial unity strategy. We welcome women and minorities to apply.

If you are interested in this position, please click https://brentwoodbaptist.com/about/employment-opportunities/ to view the job description and complete the online application.

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Chinese Minister

SUMMARY:
The Chinese Minister is responsible to the church, under the direction of the Multiplication Minister, for engaging and discipling the growing number of Chinese people in the Middle Tennessee region. This Minister will speak Mandarin Chinese as well as English and will oversee, develop, catalyze, and equip for our disciple-making efforts across Middle TN among Chinese. As a BBC staff member, the Chinese Minister will work with other ministry staff to fulfill BBC’s mission and vision in accordance to BBC’s strategies and plans.

PRIMARY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:
• Implement an effective disciple-making strategy among Chinese people across all campuses, specifically Brentwood and Woodbine
• Provide equipping and ministerial leadership to the current Chinese groups at the Brentwood and Woodbine campuses as well as develop opportunities to launch new groups at other campuses of among the Chinese.
• Preach at the most twice per month at the Brentwood campus Chinese worship gathering; be out ‘in the field’ at Woodbine and other potential ministry sites the other weeks.
• Work with the Volunteer Chinese Leadership Team to ensure that volunteers are being equipped as:
   o Key leaders at the Brentwood and Woodbine campus
   o Prayer warriors praying both for mission effectiveness as well as care needs
   o Disciple-making coaches on each campus that has a ministry to Chinese who assist in equipping for disciple-making as well as offer leadership in any evangelistic conversation efforts
   o LifeGroup Leaders who assist with pastoral care and family-like attention to one another while constantly being reminded of their gospel mission together
   o Guest Services reps who engage with any Chinese visitors into the ministry, follow up with any guests who have visited, and encourage assimilation as church members for the sake of healthy, Christ-centered community
   o A/V Techs who make sure any audio-visual needs are met (including translation)
   o Communications Liaisons who:
      assist in all social media and web outlets for Chinese Ministry in coordination with the BBC Digital Strategy Director or BBC Social Media Manager
      assist in all marketing efforts in coordination with the BBC Marketing Director to determine marketing and promotional needs for specific efforts or events, coordinate bulletin content, and carry out other    marketing/media-connection opportunities
      assist in translation of all necessary materials into Chinese or English
• Live on mission with his family among the Chinese, modeling disciple-making and inviting others along to make disciples as well.
• Identify and help catalyze opportunities for church starts and church renewal among Chinese in Middle TN.
• Fulfill all duties inherent with being a BBC Minister, including administrative logistics as well as regular meetings, including weekly Missions Staff meetings and all quarterly All Staff meetings (once every three months).
• Serve on the Preaching Team and collaborate in sermon planning the weeks prior to preaching.

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:
• Participate in annual budget and goals process.
• Lead and equip a pastoral care team (integrating LifeGroups) to Chinese members and others in the community.
• Maintain a program of self-improvement, both spiritually and professionally.
• Help Chinese believers to integrate with Brentwood Baptist ministries as active and faithful church members.
• Support local, state, national, and international Gospel ministries to Chinese people by leading the Chinese congregation to actively participate in these ministries.
• Network with North American Chinese Baptist churches and other Chinese evangelical churches to reach the Chinese diaspora in North America.
• Embrace and communicate the interdependent relationship between the Chinese congregation/s and Brentwood Baptist as a whole.
• Perform other select duties as assigned by supervisor.

QUALIFICATIONS:
• A personal sense of calling from God to vocational Christian ministry in general and to this particular area of ministry.
• Can identify closely with the mission, values, vision, theology, philosophy and methodology of Brentwood Baptist Church.
• A mature Christ-follower who is demonstrates the Fruit of the Spirit, is growing in their faith and is committed to spiritual disciplines such as Bible reading, prayer.
• The proven ability to identify, equip and lead a team of volunteers.
• Ability to collaborate, cooperate and function well in a team environment as well as cross-culturally.
• Demonstrates strong written and verbal communication skills in both Mandarin and English.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
• A seminary-level Master’s degree is preferred, and further learning is desired.
• Minimum of 5 years’ experience in disciple-making ministry is preferred; working in the local church or cross-cultural missions context.

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Church Multiplication Administrative Assistant (PT)

SUMMARY:

The Church Multiplication Assistant shall be responsible to the church, under the direction of the Church Multiplication Minister, for providing administrative support and assistance in all areas of Church Multiplication (church starts, church starting partners, church starting residents, campuses, and people-group congregations, and MTI Evangelism Strategy).

PRIMARY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:

Protect the Church Multiplication Team’s time by scheduling events and maintaining calendars, and setting appointments
Facilitate communication on behalf of the Church Multiplication Team through incoming calls and email
Organize and maintain the Church Multiplication files and documentation (resources, administration, recruiting, demographics, etc.)
Manage all events and facility planning for internal and outside events by providing accurate location research, managing contracts and payments, booking activities and receiving registrations
Prepare travel arrangements and accommodations within the Church Multiplication department.
Track and report finances:  Church Multiplication budget, credit card statements, and fulfill weekly and monthly financial reports
Assist the Church Multiplication Team in strategic development of initiatives including, but not limited to Church Multiplication partnerships, Regional Campus development, and People Group Congregation development, etc.

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:

Participation in staff meetings as required by the department
Complete applicable weekly/quarterly/annual reports required by the department
Participation on Missions staff team and available to help with other tasks as needed and as appropriate

QUALIFICATIONS:

Have an appropriate PLACE and Strengths profile indicative of an administrative employee
Be friendly and have strong customer support skills
Have strong written and verbal communication skills
Be detail oriented
Have project management skills
Be a self-starter and actively seek to recognize and meet needs in the administration of ongoing programming and special events
Must meet BBC benchmark for computer competency
 
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:

Preferred Bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university, minimum of two years related experience and/or training or equivalent combination of education and experience.

 

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Custodian (Spring Hill, Part-Time)

To keep pace with our Middle Tennessee Initiative, Brentwood Baptist Church is seeking to hire several part-time employees to join our Facilities team. We are looking for employees to work 10-20 hours per week servicing our south campus, The Church at Station Hill. Candidates must be self-starters who can take instruction and execute tasks with little or no supervision and lift 40 lbs. repeatedly. Weekends and evening availability a must. Competitive pay of $11.00 per hour and quality work environment. Applicants must submit to a background check. Tasks include vacuuming, dusting, window and restroom cleaning, and moving of furniture.

Send resume via email or apply in person, see Erik Hildner, Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. at: The Church at Station Hill, 8083 Station Hill Dr., Spring Hill, TN 37174

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Internships

Brentwood Baptist Interns are part-time trainees that work with or without pay in a specific area of ministry in order to clarify calling, build confidence, and gain experience for secular employment or ministry based service.

To apply, please visit this form.

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Lead Campus Pastor (Brentwood Region)

The Lead Campus Pastor for the Brentwood Region is responsible to the church, under the direction of the Senior Executive Pastor for leading by providing spiritual leadership for the campus and its staff. The Campus Pastor works with staff and church leaders to align strategies and ministries to accomplish the overall vision of the church. The Campus Pastor is responsible to the church to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ, to teach the Biblical truth, effectively communicate the church’s vision and fervently pray for the church and its mission.

PRIMARY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:

1. Shape Campus Culture & Aligns Campus with Brentwood Baptist Mission/Vision

• Direct each department head to lead staff ensuring that a “disciples making disciples” culture is being cultivated and shaped by worship gatherings, group ministry, missions and multiplication.

• Schedules and leads regular staff meetings.

• Contextualizes church-wide goals to our campus and reports against these goals regularly and annually.

• Refines strategy for the Brentwood campus while documenting processes for future campuses and church plants (i.e. membership/church business, missions, etc.).

• Effectively supervise, communicate and work alongside an Executive Pastor for the Brentwood campus, who will help carry-out the day to day administrative leadership of the Brentwood campus and its staff. This includes working collaboratively on the hiring and supervision of senior staff who serve dual roles as ministry department heads for the Brentwood Campus and ministry team leaders across all campuses.

• Determines how to implement key strategies and official church business at the Brentwood campus.

• Represent the Brentwood Campus for church-wide leadership gatherings, strategic planning meetings, etc.

• Serves on the Executive Leadership Team.

2. Leadership Development

• Responsible for leading, shepherding and developing the Brentwood Campus Staff.

• Lead and coach staff and ministries at the Brentwood Region Campus to new levels of excellence, innovation and effectiveness.

• Committed to developing current and future leaders, through mentorships and providing preaching/teaching opportunities.

• Helps develop and equip emerging leaders in our church-wide leadership pipeline.

3. Prayer & Vision Casting

• Devote time to prayer and clarifying vision/strategy/tactics.

• regularly prays with and for the campus staff personally as well as for their congregation. The lead campus pastor should walk closely with the staff to know and discern their genuine prayer needs.

4. Protecting

• Provides accountability to ministerial staff members for spiritual growth, prayer retreat days, and goal development and completion.

5. Pastoral Care

• Guide pastoral care at our campus in cooperation with the care and support team.

• Lead the ministerial staff in shepherding the congregation through life events (weddings, funerals, times of crisis) and spiritual growth.

6. Preaching/Teaching Pastor

• Preach and/or Teach as needed but not as a primary fill-in on any campus.

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:

• Perform other duties or serve on ad hoc teams as assigned by the Senior Executive Pastor and/or the Senior Pastor.

• Effectively supervise, communicate and work alongside an administrative assistant, who will help carry-out the day to day administrative responsibilities of the Brentwood campus.

• Pray with and for all staff members on a regular basis and hold staff members accountable for personal spiritual and ministerial growth (self-development plan).

• Report to the Senior Executive Pastor regularly per the performance management system on team progress and initiatives. Report annually to the Trustees and the Staff Resource Team.

• Work with assigned staff to coordinate the decision counseling team, direct pastoral counseling and serve as an on-call minister.

• Supervise the Department Heads of the Brentwood Campus.

QUALIFICATIONS:
• A personal sense of calling from God to vocational Christian ministry in general and to serve as a campus pastor specifically.
• A calling to preach and some level of advanced experience as a biblical communicator.
• Can identify closely with the mission, values, vision, theology, philosophy and methodology of Brentwood Baptist Church.
• A mature Christian who is demonstrates the Fruits of the Spirit, is growing in their faith and is committed to spiritual disciplines such as Bible reading, prayer.
• Strong managerial and leadership skills combined with an exceptional relational ability. Training in Modelnetics (Main Event Management) preferred or will be required in the first year.
• Ability to collaborate, cooperate and function well in a team environment.
• Demonstrates strong written and verbal communication skills.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
• Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree is required and a Seminary-level Master’s degree is strongly recommended, with preference for a Master of Divinity.
• Minimum of 3-5 years ministry experience is required working in the local church or Christian ministry context. Preference is given to those working in a multi-site and/or large church setting.

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Preschool & Children’s Minister - Lockeland Springs (Part-time)

The Pre-School & Children’s Minister is responsible to the church, under the direction of the Discipleship Minister for developing a comprehensive, biblically-based ministry for children – birth through 8th grade.  The role is designed to fit within the overall church vision for spiritual formation of our preschoolers, children, and youth that is biblical, comprehensive and consistent with an approach to equip parents to be the primary disciple-makers of their children.

PRIMARY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:

Cast vision and implement strategies for discipling preschoolers, children, and youth, as well as equipping parents as primary disciple-makers in the home.
Evaluate and ensure that all curriculum is biblically-based, age-appropriate and BBC approved.
Identify, recruit, enlist, & equip a consistent flow of leaders and volunteers for the ministry.
Maintain oversight of all ministry-related policies and procedures for volunteers, including the maintenance of background checks for all adults serving/working with minors.
Plan and conduct, at regular intervals, leadership training for new and existing teachers and volunteers (including safety, security, policies, and measures).
Ensure consistent communication with parents about ministry goals and strategy.
Provide oversight and accountability for the appropriate department ministry budget.
Work to identify, hire, and manage the appropriate level of volunteer involvement, as well as, paid childcare workers.

Be available to talk with children and families in matters of salvation, baptism, and provide pastoral care or concern for personal and family concerns.

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:

Attend weekly campus staff meetings and quarterly church-wide staff meetings.
Complete forms and reports in a timely and concise manner.
Mobilize volunteers to ensure the proper set-up of classrooms for any Sunday or mid-week programming (including oversight of ordering and maintaining of the supplies and resources).
Establish and maintain strategy to ensure healthy transition of students and families into High School years.

Establish a ministry team of parents to help aid and contribute to the implementation of strategy, which should include parental feedback and input which might benefit the ministry.

QUALIFICATIONS:

A personal sense of calling from God to vocational Christian ministry in general and to this particular area of ministry.
Can identify closely with the mission, values, vision, theology, philosophy and methodology of Brentwood Baptist Church.
A mature Christian who demonstrates the Fruits of the Spirit, is growing in their faith and is committed to spiritual disciplines such as Bible reading, prayer.
Proven ability to function well in a team environment and lead a team of paid & volunteer leaders.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:

Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree is required. 
3 years’ experience ministering or serving in a leadership role in a local church setting.
Or equivalent combination of education and experience.

 

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Preschool Minister - Brentwood Campus

The Brentwood, Preschool Minister is responsible to the church, under the direction of the Next Gen and Family Minister for overseeing all ministries from Birth through Kindergarten at Brentwood Baptist Church – Brentwood Campus.  The role is designed to fit within the overall vision for ministry to parents and the spiritual formation of our preschoolers, children and students that is biblical, comprehensive, consistent and integrated.  The Preschool Minister is responsible for leading the church in planning, conducting, and evaluating a comprehensive program for preschool children, their teachers and their families.

PRIMARY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:

Gives leadership to all elements of the Preschool Ministry from birth through Kindergarten.
Strives to lead and equip staff, leaders, and parents in moving families to understand and embrace a life of disciple-making and Gospel conversations in the home and beyond, and to live missionally as a family wherever God is leading.
Give leadership to hiring and managing the appropriate levels of employed preschool staff.
Guide leadership development to preschool ministry staff by providing occasions for growth through digital strategies, conferencing and personal development opportunities.
Cooperate with the Preschool Minister: Groups and Leadership in enlisting, training and managing volunteer teachers for preschool Sunday morning, KidLife Choir, and KidLife Missions, VBS, etc...
Continue to strengthen the strategy for preschool program planning and implementation with the leadership of the preschool ministry staff.
Develop ongoing initiatives in reaching and ministering to young families in the community and leading out in gospel conversations that prayerfully lead toward salvation and baptism.
Plan, promote, and conduct leadership training for new teachers and volunteers and continued training for experienced leadership.
Provide leadership to the preschool staff as they evaluate, choose, and approve thoseministries that meet the best practices for Brentwood Baptist Church.
Continue to cast a vision for the employed childcare ministry and a continued strategic relationship with the Brentwood Young Children’s School as a vital part of the overall Preschool Ministry.
Provide and support the Next Generation Ministry efforts to inspire, encourage, equip, and minister to families at Brentwood Baptist Church, especially those who parent preschool children.
Give overall leadership in coordinating Preschool Vacation Bible School.
Provide leadership, along with the Preschool Minister: Groups and Leadership, and BYCS director, to update and establish preschool ministry policies and procedures, and ensure that all preschool teachers (employed and volunteer), and parents understand and adhere to the preschool policies and procedures.
Support and implement the Preschool Core Values (5Cs) and lead the Preschool Ministry Staff as they continue to incorporate each value in ministry.
1. CREATE experiences that teach children about God
2. CARE for families
3. COMMIT to a safe and secure environment
4. CONNECT leaders and parents in community
5. COMMUNICATE with Parents and Leaders

Minister to teachers, preschoolers, and parents as needs arise in their lives.  
Support the work of the Sunday morning experience for preschoolers through Preschool Lay Teams (Preschool Enlistment Focus Group, Enlistment Strategy Focus Group, …etc.).
Consistently create and implement innovative ways to inspire and enlist new laity in leadership positions.
Follow the Vetting procedures for enlistment and training of all new preschool volunteer teachers.
Lead out in vision and strategy of the K Trail kindergarten ministry philosophy, methodology, and resources.

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:

Cooperate with the Senior Pastor, Senior Leadership Team, and other staff members to promote the entire ministry plan of Brentwood Baptist Church.
Counsel church and non-church members as needs arise.
Serve as minister on call as assigned and perform duties that accompany that assignment.
Serve as a liaison to staff and church membership to communicate preschool needs.
Attend all required staff meetings and complete forms and reports in a timely and concise manner.
Have flexibility to accept and execute other duties as assigned.
Collaborate with Preschool staff and volunteers of Brentwood Baptist regional campuses.

QUALIFICATIONS:

A personal sense of calling from God to vocational Christian ministry in general and to this particular area of ministry.
Can identify closely with the mission, values, vision, theology, philosophy and methodology of Brentwood Baptist Church.
A mature Christian who is demonstrates the Fruits of the Spirit, is growing in their faith and is committed to spiritual disciplines such as Bible reading, prayer.
The proven ability to identify, equip and lead a team of volunteers.
Ability to collaborate, cooperate and function well in a team environment.
Demonstrates strong written and verbal communication skills.
A mature Christian who demonstrates a growing personal walk with the Lord through committed Bible Study, prayer and service.
An understanding of preschool ministry as a foundational ministry of the church.
Ability to lead and empower a staff team of 6 or more by casting vision for the ministry and organizing the skills and talents of those team members.
Ability to relate well to adults in the ministry who are parents of preschool or ministry volunteers.
Knowledge of developmental stages for children ages birth - Kindergarten with the ability to choose and implement appropriate programming.
Agreement with and the ability to enforce the Policies and Procedures of the Preschool/Children’s Ministry at Brentwood Baptist Church.
Proven leadership, relational and communication skills.
Effective communicator, both written and verbal.
Proficiency in basic computer skills and software systems.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:

Minimum of 3 years’ experience ministering to children in a church setting with at least 100 preschoolers.
Bachelor’s degree from four-year college or university; and one to two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Seminary training preferred.

 

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Station Hill Mother’s Day Out - Substitute Teacher

Substitute Teacher at Station Hill Mother's Day Out (SHMDO) will be responsible for serving in classrooms as needed. Job Duties include caring for preschoolers (diaper changing, etc.) and assisting with classroom activities.  SHMDO operates on Tuesday/Thursday from 9 am-2:30 pm at The Church at Station Hill in Spring Hill.  Please contact Brittany Williams and/or Jenai Johnson at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  

 

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Video Producer

SUMMARY

The Video Producer, under the direction of the Creative Director, is responsible for creation of videos for the worship services, web application, promotional outlets, broadcast programming and ministry initiatives of Brentwood Baptist Church.

PRIMARY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:

Storyboarding, writing, shooting, directing, and editing video segments for Brentwood Baptist Church. Video segments include, but are not limited to, worship features, testimonial story videos, promotional videos, inspirational videos, missions’ videos, training videos, discipleship teaching videos and any video content for web distribution.
Proactive assessment of possible video applications and creative development of pieces for proposal to relevant ministries or groups.
Works with the project manager to ensure all jobs are being completed in a timely manner.

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:

Maintaining the video archive of Brentwood Baptist Church.
Position may include some Sunday hours for the recording and production of elements of services, Bible Study classes, and ministry applications.  Weekday compensation time will be allowed to offset weekend time.
Complete other duties as assigned by supervisor.

QUALIFICATIONS

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Comprehensive understanding of and proficiency with the tools used to produce quality, compelling video segments, including, but not limited to digital ENG cameras, field lighting packs, field-use audio systems, video graphics systems, and non-linear post production editing systems
Strong knowledge of Final Cut Pro, Adobe Premiere Adobe AfterEffects, and a working knowledge of various codecs used for web-streaming, DVD production, and digital archiving.
Sufficient writing ability to create scripts and/or oversee the creation of such scripts necessary for the production of quality, compelling video segments.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE

Bachelor’s degree (B.A./B.S.) from four-year college or university; five years related experience in video or film production, writing, and editing; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

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Wedding Coordinator

Brentwood Baptist Church is seeking Wedding Coordinators to be assigned to work with brides from the planning stages through the clean up at the end of the event.  It will be the responsibility of the Wedding Coordinator to work with the bride to see to the details of her wedding rehearsal, ceremony and reception at the Church and be the liaison between the bride and the Church for communicating the details of facility set up.  

Listed below are some but not necessarily all of the duties of the coordinator:

The Coordinator will be available to meet with the bride for several consultations prior to the wedding, direct the rehearsal and wedding along with working any receptions. The Coordinator will also handle all communication with the bride after the wedding is on the Church calendar.
The Coordinator will meet with the bride two to four months prior to wedding to discuss the details to include:
  • Timelines (time of rehearsal, ceremony, reception)
  • Obtain names of vendors (florist, photographer, videographer, officiant, musicians, caterer, etc.) and review Church policies regarding the vendors.
  • Obtain names and contact information of participants in the wedding party (bride, groom, attendants, parents, grandparents, and escorts etc.).
  • If there are any special circumstances surrounding the participants, i.e. handicaps, potential disturbances, family conflicts and discuss with the bride how these situations should be handled.
  • Discuss Church equipment available for use, such as candelabras, columns, unity candle stand, panels, tables, etc.
  • A general discussion of the rehearsal and wedding day events (arrivals, departures, etc.), ceremony, pictures, wedding ettiquete, and protocol.
  • Discuss technical and set up needs.  Will relay needs to Church Technical Director and Facilities Assistant.
  • Will work with bride to complete and turn in all wedding forms 2 weeks before wedding date.
  • The Coordinator will be available for up to two consultations (or more if necessary) with the bride and vendors at the Church and to answer questions by phone or email.
The Coordinator will conduct the rehearsal, with the assistance of the officiant if they are present, to place attendants in place on stage, practice recessional, processional, brief overview of the ceremony, makes announcements and instructions to wedding party (times, rules, etc.)
The Coordinator will arrive at the Church at the first activity of the wedding day to assist with vendor questions or provide instructions as given by the bride.
The Coordinator will assist photographer in getting bridal party ready for pictures.
The Coordinator will set up communion for the bride and groom if that is part of the ceremony.
Ensure all items brought into the Church by the bridal party are taken out.
Make sure all areas are back in original condition for any church activities the next day.
Coordinator will be present during bridal photo shoots approved through Facilities Office paid at a flat hourly rate.
Coordinator will be present during Friday night decorating for receptions and will be paid a flat rate.
The Wedding Coordinator is not responsible for the following:
  • Obtaining vendors (musicians, soloists, florist, etc.) for the event. The Coordinator will not recommend vendors.
  • Handling gifts, the guestbook, leftover programs and other items brought in by the bride or vendors.  Arrangements must be made by the bride to have these items removed immediately after the ceremony.
  • Recommending, obtaining or paying vendors for wedding services.

If interested, please complete the online application.

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Worship Administrative Assistant

The Brentwood Worship Administrative Assistant is responsible to the church, under the direction of the Brentwood Worship Minister for providing administrative support and assistance in all areas of the Worship Ministry.

PRIMARY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:

Track budget spending for Worship Ministry & designated Worship accounts
Keep Worship Staff updated on budget spending
Assist with Worship & Arts Academy administrative support – registration, payroll, scheduling, etc.
Assist in preparation for Wednesday Night Rehearsals and Sunday Morning Worship Services
Monitor departmental spending, manage budget, assist with financial transactions
Learn and operate BBC systems – Ministry Platform, Event U, CBIZ Time Solutions Payroll system, Martus Financial system, and Communication, Tech, and Childcare Requests
Maintain Choir music library
Submit necessary Communication and Tech requests for all promo/advertising
Maintain/edit web content for Worship and Worship & Arts Academy
Assist with regional campus Worship Ministry support
Serve as departmental receptionist as needed
Assist with coordination of Gallery exhibits as needed.

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:

Participation in staff meetings as required by the department
Complete applicable weekly/quarterly/annual reports required by the department

QUALIFICATIONS:

Detail oriented
Self-motivated
Ability to read music
Strong written & verbal communication skills
Must meet BBC benchmark for computer competency (including experience with Microsoft Office 2016)

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:

Preferred Bachelor’s degree from four-year college or university, minimum of two years related experience and/or training or equivalent combination of education and experience.

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Worship Minister (Brentwood Campus)

The Brentwood Campus Worship Minister is responsible to the church, under the direction of the Senior Executive
Pastor for the development and supervision of a comprehensive music and worship program, the planning and
conducting of worship services with the Senior Pastor, and special events within and related to the Brentwood Campus
that support church goals and strategies. These duties include the direct supervision of the Brentwood Campus worship
staff and volunteers.


PRIMARY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:

• Under the authority of the Senior Pastor, collaboratively coordinates (with the Worship Planning Team) all
weekend worship services on the Brentwood Campus
• Plan and/or ensure capable leadership for weekend worship experiences
• Recruit, direct, and shepherd the Adult Worship Choir and implement the church’s disciple making strategy
through the context of the worship ministry
• Provide resource (but not direct supervision) for all Brentwood Campus choir programs including preschool,
children, student and senior adult choirs
• Identify, equip, supervise and lead the ministerial and administrative staff that serves the Worship Ministry
• Establish departmental goals and objectives by prioritizing related programs, managing the use of facilities,
planning an appropriate budget, delegating tasks and evaluating progress regularly
• Develop and coordinates special worship services for seasonal and non-seasonal events
• Perform other duties as assigned by the Lead Worship Minister, Senior Executive Pastor and/or the Senior
Pastor
• Actively pursue spiritual, professional and physical self-development
• Participate in campus wide Worship Leader Gatherings

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:


• Effectively communicate and work alongside an administrative assistant(s), who will help carry out the day to
day administrative responsibilities
• Lead Worship staff members through prayer, soul care, and spiritual development opportunities
• Lead regular team meetings for and oversee the pastoral care of the Worship staff
• Support the office of the Senior Pastor as needed, including participating in Production and Preaching Teams
meetings to support key sermon series during strategic times of the year
• Be available to serve the Brentwood Campus as a decision counselor, pastoral counselor, on-call minister and
on-site minister (as assigned), and perform weddings and funerals as available
• Lead Brentwood Campus Worship Production Staff meeting
• Serve as Department Head (for Worship) which involves meetings for operational issues as well as strategic
direction both for the Brentwood Campus and the Church

QUALIFICATIONS:

• A willingness to be a “team player,” where collaboration can exist between the Worship and Missions
Ministry and other ministries within Brentwood Baptist
• A theological understanding and passion for worship and how disciples are made through worship
• The proven ability to think strategically and work effectively with various worship models, styles and
paradigms
• Strong managerial and leadership skills combined with an exceptional relational ability
• Solid written and verbal communication skills
• The proven ability to identify, equip and lead a team of ministerial and support staff
• The proven ability to manage budgets, logistics, and goal processes and execution
• Proven music and worship gifts, talents and skills
• A servant who loves people and leads with great humility that shares leadership with those around them
• A personal sense of calling from God to vocational Christian ministry in general and to this particular area of
ministry.
• Can identify closely with the mission, values, vision, theology, philosophy and methodology of Brentwood
Baptist Church.
• A mature Christian who demonstrates the Fruits of the Spirit, is growing in their faith and is committed to
spiritual disciplines such as Bible reading, prayer.
• The proven ability to identify, equip and lead a team of volunteers.
• Ability to collaborate, cooperate and function well in a team environment.
• Demonstrates strong written and verbal communication skills.


EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:

• Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited university. A Master’s Degree from an accredited seminary
preferred
• At least five years’ experience on a large church staff leading in the area of music and worship

IF INTERESTED IN THIS POSITION, PLEASE CONTACT STAN BREEDEN AT .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

 

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