San Francisco


Swedenborgian Church
2107 Lyon Street, San Francisco
The Swedenborgian Church is looking for a talented and creative Music Director who will play and conduct services from the Allen organ. The choir includes four professional section leaders. The successful candidate will be enthusiastic about continuing the high standards of the existing music program and bringing his or
her vision for its future. This is a part-time (15–20 hours) permanent position with a competitive salary. A 403b plan is available to all staff. The current program includes Sunday morning rehearsal, with service at 11 a.m. In addition there are Christmas/Christmas Eve (5:00p.m., 7:30p.m., & 10:00 p.m.), Maundy Thursday and Easter Sunday (9:00/11:00 am) and an annual Advent concert. One weekly staff meeting. For consideration, please email your resume to the Senior Pastor, Rev. Junchol Lee at (no phone calls please). 
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church 
148 Manzanita Avenue, San Carlos
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church seeks an Organist that shall work closely with the Pastor, the Worship and Music Team and the Choir Director focused on providing quality music for congregation worship. Responsibilities include playing the organ, piano and/or keyboard
for all regularly scheduled worship services and choir rehearsals, as well as for special services. 3–5 hours per week and will be an active member of the church staff. This is an interim position focused on providing quality music for congregational worship. Duration will be 12–18 months with the possibility of extension and/or transition to a permanent position. Compensation is per service and commensurate with experience. For questions and/or to submit resumes please send to Lisa Antonino at For a detailed job description contact the SFAGO listings coordinator, David Howitt -

The East Bay

St Matthew Catholic Church, 
1 Notre Dame Ave., San Mateo
St. Matthew's Catholic Church is actively seeking a full-time Director of Music for English liturgies. The director will serve as the principal musician, organist/pianist and choir director and be responsible for planning, directing, rehearsing and performing the music for all of the Sunday masses, daily masses, Holy Day masses, funerals, weddings and other liturgical celebrations. Further responsibilities include recruiting, supervising and providing vocal training/coaching for the adult and children’s choirs and cantors. The position also includes support of the St. Matthew Catholic School music program, school liturgies and the coordination of the after-school music program. Qualifications include a solid understanding of Catholic liturgy
and a Bachelor of Music degree as well as some formal liturgical education and previous work experience in liturgical music. Founded in 1853, St Matthew’s is a vibrant, multi-cultural community of
3,000 registered households. Liturgies are held in English, Spanish, Cantonese and Mandarin.  If interested please contact Kimberly Cope at
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church,
4000 Clayton Road, Concord 
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church seeks a part-time, accomplished organist/pianist to support and enhance the traditional worship services using organ and piano. Duties include playing for Sunday services and for additional church Holy Days. Select organ/ piano music for prelude/postlude and rehearse with the adult vocal choir. Ricketts Organ Company, two-manual, 21 rank pipe organ in an excellent acoustical environment. We also use a Kawai grand piano in our services. Consideration can be given to the use of church instruments for private instruction and for preparing and giving concerts and recitals. The salary is negotiable based on experience and qualifications. If interested, please contact the office administrator, Laura Mott at or
at 925-682-8410.

Out of State

Epiphany Episcopal Parish,
1805 38th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
Epiphany Episcopal Parish (Seattle, Washington) seeks a Director of Music. Epiphany’s music program is in the Anglican/Episcopalian tradition and compliments worship known for its preaching and beautiful liturgy. Epiphany is growing.  Total 2016 annual attendance was 18,655, an increase of 300% over the past ten years.

Responsibilities include leading the semi-professional adult choir and the children’s choir, performing most service music and working in close partnership with the Rector and Liturgist on all worship liturgies. The Parish’s instruments include a 1997 Fritz Noack tracker organ with three manuals and 35 stops, a 2016 Martin Pasi tracker organ with two manuals and 18 stops, two Steinway pianos including a 1901 Hamburg Steinway, a spinet harpsichord and a Flemish-style double harpsichord (Frank Hubbard, Boston, MA).  A newly-formed Music Guild organizes and promotes sacred concerts in the church and chapel.
The expected start date for the Director of Music is May 2018. Salary and benefits commensurate with experience and the national guidelines. For more information about Epiphany Parish, please visit

Applications should include a resume/CV, cover letter, and a list of three reference contacts.
Applications must be submitted by September 15, 2017, to:

Please view the full job description at .
 The first review of applications is September 15, 2017.