Keyboard, drums, PA, visuals, orchestra and much more….

Marcus Pagnam

Marcus Pagnam

… a message from Marcus

At St John’s, we have loads of volunteering opportunities – and especially in the area of music and worship.

You may think we already have ‘enough’ musicians, singers, PA and Visuals team members.
The truth is that a large church like St John’s requires a large team.
So we are always looking out for new members!

Musicians and Singers – especially keyboards and drums at the moment

PA operators – experience preferred but not necessary, rather you need to enjoy music, be a little technically minded and have a great sense of humour

Visuals operators – need to be ok with computers, have a patient mind and, once again, a good sense of humour helps!

Orchestral players – the St John’s Orchestra play approximately ten times per year, mostly, but not exclusively, at the 11am service on the first Sunday of the month. We are always looking for new players – Grade 5+, especially flute and oboe at the moment

But … above the ‘need’ for volunteers, close to my heart is that we all ‘find our place’ within the Body of Christ.

We are not all arms, or legs, or drummers!
I am keen to help any who may be interested in exploring the possibility of serving as part of the worship team to face this question –
Is this where the Lord will use me? Will this be good for me and good for the wider Church?

If you would like to explore the possibility of serving as part of St John’s Church Worship Team please contact, in the first instance, our Worship Pastor, Marcus Pagnam.  You can email him on marcuspagnam@stjohns-church.co.uk or Telephone him on 0121 426 0074 – or leave a message in the comment box below.  

19th Jun 2014 Posted in: News by Fran Varley 0

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