Interested in being a part of our Worship Team?
We are thrilled that you are interested in being a part of our team and are looking forward to seeing what God has planned for you. The audition process is not intended to intimidate anyone, but instead to encourage believers to use their God given gifts to fulfill their personal mission for Christ whether it be on the worship team or another ministry within the church.
We are always looking for vocalists and instrumentalists. To start the process, fill out this Watermark Worship team application and we'll be in touch about an audition and next steps. Questions? Email email@example.com.
Every member of our worship team must be a disciple of Christ. Musical worship is a part of our weekend services where the church body focuses on giving praise and honor to God. We are all worship leaders on this team! One is expected to actively seek a deeper relationship with God by regularly reading/studying the Word, an existence of a prayer life, and the ability to pray for others on the worship team and in the church. You must worship on you own before you worship with us.
A certain level of musical expertise and/or experience is expected on the worship team. We strive for excellence in our playing! That means that we really need to make a commitment to regularly listening to and practicing the music. We encourage musicians to never stop learning or growing. Whether you play an instrument or sing, you should be skilled enough to complete a full set practice within a short time and to follow a planned out weekend experience. For this worship team, we read our music via chord charts. You must be able to read and follow a standard chord chart and have a good grasp of the type of music that we play.
Instrumentalists are expected to have their own instruments (with the exception of drums and piano/keys). Guitarists must have their own amps and pedals, if necessary. If this may be an issue, please do not hesitate to contact the Worship Department.
Each person is expected to honor the time we have together. This means showing up early to be ready to practice at the time scheduled. If there is a need for any other rehearsals, it will be made known in advance! If you are ever going to miss a rehearsal or you know ahead of time that you are going to be late, please inform the Worship Department and the scheduled weekend Worship Leader as soon as possible. We must remain accountable to one another to be on time. We have one mid-week practice and arrive early on Sunday mornings to do a run through before service.