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Be a part of a creative, fun, and hard-working team who seeks Christ and shares His love with our church, our community, and each other! FPC is looking to fill the following positions. If you are interested in serving on our awesome staff, please email your cover letter and resume to

Church Administrator 

FPC is seeking an energetic Administrator to lead the support functions for our church.

This full-time position will report to the Senior Pastor and provide day-to-day oversight of operations of the church and will also monitor the financial health of FPC.   Duties include support for the Urban Renewal Center, Tree of Lives, and the FPC Preschool.

The position will supervise support staff including the Bookkeeper, Door Wardens, and Hospitality Coordinator.

We are seeking a candidate who is/has:

  • Experienced in an administrator role (church or non-profit experience desirable) or has related educational credentials
  • Thoroughly grounded in budget preparation, budget execution, management of finances, and reporting of financial information to responsible parties
  • An understanding of human resource requirements related to leave programs, overtime, documentation of personnel records, etc.
  • Ability to supervise subordinate staff members
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate with supervising officials, board members, patrons, members, etc., through written documents and/or oral presentation
  • A believer who will engage in weekly staff worship



Bachelor’s Degree or five years demonstrated experience in providing oversight for operations and finances of an organization required.

Please send Resume to


Director of Music/Organist

First Presbyterian Church of Norfolk is seeking candidates for positions to lead and direct our traditional music program.  Positions are either a full-time Director of Music and Organist or a part-time Organist and a part-time Director of Music.

Our music program includes the following:

Musical accompaniment and instrumental music for our Traditional Services at 8:30 and 11:00 every Sunday and special services such as Ash Wednesday, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Eve. Special music services are held each year for Good Friday and Music Sunday in December. Rehearsals are held on Wednesday evenings.

The traditional choir numbers between 15 and 25 for each service.  The choir includes paid section-leaders.  The FPC choir is noted for high-quality vocal performance, and in past years has led worship with the Faure’ Requiem and Vivaldi Magnificat.

Our instruments are a magnificent 4 Manual Walker pipe organ (tracker action) with seventy ranks of pipes and fifty stops and a Yamaha grand piano. 


Full-time Director of Music and Organist – includes all duties outlined below:

Director of Traditional Music –  Works collaboratively with the pastoral staff to plan music that will enhance workshop for congregants each Sunday.  Selects and prepares music for special services for Good Friday and Easter.  Leads and directs the chancel choir, including supervising core singers.  Arranges and contracts for instrumentalists for special programs.  Part-time 20 hours per week.

Organist –  Leads the congregation in music elements of Traditional worship and special services. Ensures that music and musical instruments and other resources are properly catalogued and maintained, including proving direction and oversight to volunteers engaged in these efforts.  Plays as needed (with additional compensation) for funerals, weddings, and special events.  Part-time 20 hours per week.


  • Professing Christian
  • Excellent interpersonal, leadership and organizational skills
  • Detailed knowledge of sacred choral repertoire
  • B. S. in Music or similar program and a minimum of five years of experience

To apply, forward your resume to  Clearly specify in the e-mail whether you are applying for the full-time Director of Music/Organist or one of the part-time positions.   


Children’s Ministry Coordinator

Working with the Director of Family and Children’s Ministries, this part-time position includes all aspects of coordinating a thriving family ministry that reflects the mission statement of Seeking Christ and Sharing His Love. This position must demonstrate a relationship with Christ in his or her personal spiritual life, including regular corporate worship with a congregation and service to Christ. Job Description.

Point of Contact:  Hunter Johnston, Director of Family & Children’s Ministries,