TEAM EXPECTATIONS AND STANDARDS:
Serve on the worship team during the weekend services and special events at One Church and its communities.
Be in church when your not serving, and pursue consisitency by not missing more than one Sunday a month. (We understand things come up )
Take an active part in the One Church worship community through rehearsals, team relationships, connect groups, and Team Nights. These are a must when on the team.
Lead by developing and discipling other team members; musically, spiritually & personally.
Partner with the Body of Christ by authentically giving your time, gifts, talents, and resourses to the Kingdom.
Vocals are expected to carry a strong melody. All vocals need to be able to hear, pick out, and sing harmonies when asked.
Musicians are expected to know the Nashville Numbers system and be able to play their instrument proficiently in the commonly used major Keys. G, C, A, D, E, F. If needed musicians are also willing and able to adjust personal style and tone of playing to fit the musical sound and style of One Church.
Drummers must know how to play with a click track (metronome) during the worship set.
Memorize the music. It is vital to learn the music so that you can lead confidently and effectively as you engage in worship. This includes memorizing chord charts, lyrics, vocal parts, etc.
Understand how to play and work as a team with other musicians.
Commit to growing in your unique musical role within the team.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND TIME COMMITMENT:
Inclusive of personal practice time, Thursday band rehearsals and Sunday morning serving, expect an average of 7-10 hours a week total.
Band rehearsals happen every Thursday evening from 6:45-9 unless otherwise communicated.
Planning Center Online (PCO) is your lifeline of communication. All set list, call times, and schedules (roster) come through PCO. Please check your PCO account or email a minimal 2 times a week to preview any changes to set lists, schedules, dates etc. Download the Planning Center Online App for mobile access.
When Rostered…You will receive an email with the ability to “Accept” or “Decline” the invitation. Part of being on the team is accepting the invitations to play or sing, but if you need to decline please provide a reason. Please respond as soon as possible. Rostering is sent out 1 month in advance giving plenty of time to respond.
Block out Dates - Block out reminders are sent each month. Please take the time to block out any dates you are not available. If you are scheduled but failed to block out the date please contact your team leader ASAP to assist in finding a replacement. We will not allow declined rosters the week of. IF YOU HAVE NOT ACCEPTED THE ROSTER FOR THE UPCOMING WEEK WE WILL AUTOMATICALLY ACCEPT IT FOR YOU. It will now become your responsibility to find a replacement.
Set lists are sent out via email through Planning Center Online no later than Sunday morning/afternoon, 5 days before the following Thursday rehearsal. Chord charts, MP3s, YouTube videos, and everything in-between can be accessed through Planning Center. You will receive a schedule and run sheet via PCO complete with chord charts and mp3’s of upcoming songs. Stay flexible.
Be on time. Early is on time, on time is late. Sound check times are posted on PCO and communicated on a weekly basis from your Worship Leader or Music Director.