We strive for excellence and not perfection in our worship to God. We know that with pure motives and pure hearts, any sound we make is glorious to God, but we also want to be culturally relevant and bibilically sound in producing aquality sound that will essentially allow us to “disappear” and be transparent as we lead our congregation into worship to encounter God.
Ability and desire to learn new songs using Planning Center as well as other tools such as online tutorials to learn their specific parts
Time to devote to adequate practice on their own to come fully prepared for the rehearsal and service(s).
Actively pursuing ways to grow musically, particularly in a worship music context.
Regarding chord sheets and lyrics, while it is acceptable to have them on stage during rehearsals, our goal is to be able to lead our weekend service without sheet music.This allows us to know the songs in sucha way that we are able to worship more freely without having to always refer to our charts for where we are going musically. This is why personal practice and listening are so important.
Worship team member must be able to sight read a chord chart and have a good grasp of the type of music we play.
Ability to improvise as needed and requested by the leader
Ability to keep time with a metronome in practice, rehearsal and service settings.
Vocalist must have the ability to stay on pitch.
Must be able to sing melody but be willing to learn harmony parts.
Be willing to learn to have the ability to pick up specific parts on the fly as the leader directs.
Can engage the Church family and lead them in worship through a dynamic, genuine stage presence.