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|Christ Episcopal Church in Cody, Wyoming seeks a creative, talented, flexible, and enthusiastic Music Director. Having enjoyed 50 years of one choir director and organist (and enjoying the current interim director and contract organists), Christ Episcopal Church is a church with a deep appreciation of music in the liturgy. While we enjoy our traditional pipe organ and choir, we also delight in experimenting with new styles and songs (contemporary, call-and-response, Taize) and different instruments. The congregation’s bell choir and additional instrumentation (flute, guitar, bass, mandolin, French horn, etc.) are very popular and add a special note to their periodic use in service. Through music and singing, everyone participates in the service. We are open to trying new music and moving forward in the way we use music to enrich our worship while remaining faithful to our traditional roots.
To learn more about our current liturgical and musical style please follow our Facebook or You Tube pages:
Choir and Bell Choir Director:
Accompanist (Organ and/or Piano):
A candidate’s interests and skills may lean more toward conducting or may lean more toward organ/accompanying. The music director will have authority and responsibility to work with volunteers and contract musicians to cover the preceding job description within the confines of the operating budget. To learn more about our current liturgical and musical style please follow our Facebook page: Christ Church Cody.
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|If you have questions about the position, please call The Rev. Mary Caucutt 307-250-7821. If you feel called to apply, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org designating Director of Music in the subject and include: a cover letter describing your interest in and suitability for the position, CV or resume, and links to videos of your musical work. If chosen for interview, there will be a musical and conducting audition, references will be requested. Background check will be conducted before hire.|