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Minister of Music

We are currently searching for a Minister of Music to fulfill the roll of our previous Music Director who retired at the end of 2022.


Your search committee continues to meet regularly.


We have revised and upgraded our search to a full time Worship Director position.  This change has been approved by the Church Council and the Voters Assembly.  Please peruse the new Job Description below and forward it to LCMS persons of your acquaintance, who might have an interest in this position.  We are a senior congregation located near multiple retirement communities in the beautiful foothills of the Smokey Mountains and enjoy the temperate climate of East Tennessee.  The salary will be in line with Mid-South District guidelines and we work to be a loving faith family of Confessional Lutherans, anxious to attract a knowledgeable Lutheran based musical leader.

We are refreshing our advertising venues in hopes of attracting interested parties. Please keep the committee members, the candidates God is leading and guiding, as well as all the musicians who continue to serve in worship in the interim in your prayers. Thank you.

This is the role description of the Minister of Music.

Service Times


Traditional Service 8:30 A.M.
Blended Service 11:00 A.M.
Adult Bible Class/Sunday School 9:45 A.M.

1st and 3rd Saturdays of the month

Prayer Service 10:30am

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Life Thought for Sunday, Sept.10,2023,

“God has taken away your sins. He has changed your heart. He gives you the ability to put yourself last so that you can humbly serve others. That’s greatness and a great life in God’s eyes. That humble serving attitude values and serves every life whether that life is a few cells old or a gene short of worldly greatness.” Rev. Peter Sulzle, St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church, Redwood Falls, Minnesota