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Job TitleChurch Organist
OrganizationSt. John Lutheran Church
ContactPastor John Doolittle
Address455 McNear Ave.
LocationPetaluma, California 94952
Position Overview-St. John Lutheran Church, located in Petaluma, is seeking an experienced church organist. The ideal candidate will be knowledgeable of Lutheran divine services, liturgy, and hymns, but is not required. Church services are every Sunday from 10-11:30 a.m. In addition, we have seasonal Wednesday evening services from 7-8 p.m. during Lent (6 weeks before Easter) and Advent (4 weeks before Christmas). The position’s rate of pay is negotiable based upon experience of musician. Events such as weddings and funerals will be paid at an additional fee based on musician’s availability. If the position sounds of interest to you, we invite you to check out our website at: or search on Facebook: St. John Lutheran Petaluma. Please send resumes to: or call the church office at 707-762-4466.

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