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Become A Worship Leader

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Working As A Worship Leader

  • Getting Information
  • Judging the Qualities of Things, Services, or People
  • Guiding, Directing, and Motivating Subordinates
  • Making Decisions and Solving Problems
  • Identifying Objects, Actions, and Events
  • Unpleasant/Angry People

  • $30,340

    Average Salary

Example Of What A Worship Leader does

  • Lead Sunday morning worship services and practices on Thursday evenings.
  • Provide volunteer training and development as well as Christian education.
  • Prepare and manage setlists using Planning Center Online.
  • Lead worship and planned out each youth group event
  • Read all scripture for both services.
  • Planned and led weekly worship services, music, creative arts and media.
  • Facilitated small group discussion at summer camp.
  • Confer with clergy to select music for church services.
  • Directed outreach worship services that allowed the community to experience service without having to come to the church.
  • Trained and recruited worship leaders and band members.
  • Configure preset sound board settings for praise band
  • Lead musical worship playing guitar, piano, drums, and signing.
  • Lead and implement weekly rehearsals.
  • Lead a small contemporary band and vocal ensemble while playing acoustic guitar for weekly worship.
  • Preach and teach the Word of God to the Congregation.
  • Performed song selection for services.
  • Schedule and run rehearsals for weekend services and special events.
  • oversee and train 6 vocalists and 4 band members on a bi- weekly basis
  • Conducted mid-week rehearsals of worship band.
  • Gained leadership in charge of setting up and assisting PowerPoint worship lyrics for the audience to follow the worship.

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Top Worship Leader Skills

  1. Worship Ministry
  2. Acoustic Guitar
  3. Bible Studies
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Connected with worship ministry volunteers through consistent personal relationship building.
  • Answer: My roots were established in the acoustic guitar by listening to Steven Curtis Chapman for about 4 years straight!
  • Prepared and creatively taught weekly Bible studies with academic focus as well as life applications.
  • Go over final details of services and leading band in prayer in green room on Sundays.
  • Preach and teach the Word of God to the Congregation.

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Worship Leader Videos

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