Director of Music and Liturgy

Music Full Time

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Non-Catholics or non-practicing Catholics with religious sensibilities will be considered.

A bachelor's degree in music or related field

Proficiency in choosing, directing, and presenting music from a wide range of styles and traditions

An understanding of and appreciation for Roman Catholic liturgy, traditions of prayer, and worship

Skill as a leader of congregational singing

Strong leadership, management, and organizational skills

Proficient in the use of computers and social media

Completed Safe Environment training per the Archdiocese of Denver (within 90 days)

A valid driving license and the ability to travel as may be required


The Director of Music and Liturgy will facilitate the worship life of the parish community by coordinating and providing a quality liturgical experience that celebrates and strengthens the congregation's journey of faith.

Develop and implement plans to expand choir membership for regular and special liturgies

Develop and implement plans to further grow the ministry of instrumental and sung music

Plan and select all music associated with parish regular and special liturgies throughout the year, incorporating a variety of musical styles

Serve as accompanist for parish regular and special liturgies throughout the year.

Led parish choir and conducted weekly rehearsals

Coordinate substitute musicians as needed

Recruit, train, and sustain regular cantors and instrumentalists for all liturgies.

Prepare worship aids (weekly, seasonal, and others as needed)

Maintain current copyright licenses and adhere to all regulations regarding their usage

Send a detailed weekly email to Liturgical Ministers.

Prepare Prayer of the Faithful for parish regular and special liturgies.

Provide special blessings, rites, and rituals for liturgies as needed

Maintain sound system, instruments, equipment, altar microphones

Oversee new and ongoing formation of Liturgical Ministers: Music Ministers, Lectors, Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion, Altar Servers, Ushers

Oversee quarterly scheduling of Liturgical Ministers

Order liturgical resources, lector workbooks, hymnals, etc

Coordinate recordings, and live streams of Masses as needed or requested (currently one weekly)

Be 'first-call' to provide music for funerals, weddings, and quinceaneras (private pay by family)

Establish Liturgy Committee as appropriate

Attend weekly staff meetings and other meetings as necessary

Work with the Business Manager to prepare and submit a yearly budget for music and liturgy.

Be the onsite contact for 3rd party concerts held on the premises (rare)

Other duties as assigned

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