Details for Local Church Seeking Organist/Pianist

The Homer City United Presbyterian Church at 40 East Elm Street, Homer City, PA 15748, only 5 miles from the IUP campus, is currently searching for an organist/pianist. The candidate would be expected to play at one (1) weekly Sunday morning worship service that begins at 11:00 A.M.  Candidate would be present from 10:45 AM to the conclusion of the service. A few additional services including Christmas Eve and one during Easter week would be expected if your schedule allows.

Regarding wages, the position will pay a minimum of $60.00 gross wages per Sunday and any special services. There will be a 3-month (12 Sunday) probation period after which time wages may be adjusted. Any requests to play for a funeral would be $50 or a mutually agreed upon fee with the family and would be paid by the family. If other groups ask for musical services or entertainment, payment would come from that group at a mutually agreed upon fee.

Please contact the church at 724-479-2695 with any questions or interest. Leave a message as the office hours are minimal. Messages will be checked and calls returned as soon as possible.

You do not have to be a music major to apply. If you can play piano but not the organ, please consider the job. We'd love to have a pianist. If you can commit to one or two semesters, we'd like to consider your talent. You do not have to be a Presbyterian. What a great way to earn some money. We are a warm, welcoming, loving church ready to make you part of our family.

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