Our Worship Residency is a two year hands on learning and equipping experience for college graduates interested in pursing worship ministry.
Who can apply to be a Worship Resident?
Any college graduate with a degree in music and worship or ministry (preferred) may apply for the Worship Resident Program. The applicant should display strengths in vocal leadership from the stage (additional instrumental abilities preferred) and a desire to go into ministry. Applicants should have an abiding personal relationship with Jesus Christ and a desire to be part of and invest in the Chapelstreet church family. Chapelstreet has partnered with Leadership Pathway for our Worship Residency – you can apply here.
What are the elements of the Worship Resident Program and what will I learn?
The Worship Residency is a salaried role that will consist of joining in the weekly rhythms of worship ministry at Chapelstreet. This includes planning weekly worship services in coordination with campus worship leaders and pastors (as assigned), preparing for those services by creating chord charts, lyric slides etc…, assigning necessary volunteers as well as involvement in weekly worship band rehearsals.
The Residency will also include preliminary training in technical productions related to worship through a semi-regular rotation on our technical production teams.
In addition to the weekly rhythms of worship ministry, the Resident will dedicate time toward personal development in leadership, pastoral relationships and musical skill (vocal and instrumental).
Attendance at an annual worship conference is provided (Experience Conference).
For more details about Chapelstreet Church and our program check out our Leadership Pathways profile.
Who will I be learning from?
The Worship Resident will spend time with a variety of Chapelstreet staff, engaging in their development. The Resident will primarily work with…
- Anton Kompare – Pastor of Worship
- Brian Coffey – Pastor of Leadership Development
- Paige Peltier – Director of Staff Culture and Leadership Development