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Job TitleKeyboardist/Singer
OrganizationTrinity Lutheran Church
ContactTed Bickish
Address2315 N Parham Rd
LocationHenrico, Virginia 23229
Phone8042704626
Emailtbickish@trinityrichmond.net
Position Overview-Trinity Lutheran Church is looking for a keyboardist to join the praise team. The applicant must:
-Attend Wednesday rehearsals each week from 7-9:00 unless given a pre-approved absence
-Attend Sunday morning rehearsal from 8:15-9:15 unless given a pre-approved absence
-play for contemporary service at 9:45 each Sunday
-Have proficient keyboard skills
-Can read both written music and chord charts
-Proficient singer, able to sing harmonies or be coached to learn harmonies
-Strong Christian with a heart for worship

For more information, please contact Ted Bickish, director of music at Trinity Lutheran Church at 804 270-4626 ext 2159 or tbickish@trinityrichmond.net

Expiration9/7/2018

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