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The position of accompanist will plan music and provide organ/piano accompaniment mainly for a small unison choir (4-8 members) or cantor at the Parish 8:30am Mass on Sundays. Various Holy Days, special services (funerals, weddings, etc.) and other weekend Masses are also possible as available. Practice time for the choir is usually on Thursday evenings, but can change to accommodate as needed.
The accompanist will plan the music and work with the pastor and other music ministers. The accompanist should have excellent keyboard skills and have a good understanding of the Catholic liturgy. It would be helpful if candidate can play the organ, and/or can cantor for themselves.