1. Committed regular attendee of Immanuel Church
2. Musical/Technical Competency
The privilege to lead our church into worship is not a casual hobby, but a focused and intentional craft. Musicians and singers need to be proficient and practiced, with a level of competency that will enhance the atmosphere on the stage. All teammates must be prepared to develop, extend, and fine-tune their gifts.
3. Support of Family
It is important that your immediate family is aware of the time commitments necessary, and that they are accepting and supportive of your ministry efforts.
4. Living by Biblical Principles/Standards
To serve on an elevated platform is an honor and a responsibility to be stewarded seriously, and also guarded mindfully. The mantle of responsibility is not something we take lightly, and we place a heavy emphasis on the position of our team member's hearts. Some examples of BIblical standards we uphold are as follows:
1. Being Prepared
2. Proper Stage Posture
3. Commitment to musical/technical expertise - Excellence honors God
Excellence honors God and inspires people. We want to do both as we lead people in worship. To achieve musical and technical excellence, we need to work on our instrumental, vocal, or technical ability to become the very best we can be. This includes individual practice as well as playing with the team, and individual lessons. The team will only be as proficient as the individuals it is composed of.