Worship pastor

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A worship pastor usually refers to a person who ministers using contemporary worship music or other Christian music, as well as counseling and pastoring members of the church's music team.[1][2] This is a distinct role within a church, that contains elements of, and overlaps with some of the roles of a church music director and pastor, while being neither. Usually a worship pastor will also be considered a worship leader of the church with the added responsibilities of caring for members of a team, including other worship leaders.

Jeremy Riddle in concert

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Does Your Church Have a Worship Pastor Yet?". Calvin.edu. Retrieved October 25, 2014. 
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