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Part-time Handbell Choir Director, Williamsburg Presbyterian Church, Williamsburg, VA

Williamsburg Presbyterian Church seeks a part-time musician to direct the handbell music program. The Director of Handbells will direct two adult handbell choirs, one beginning level and one intermediate/advanced level.
For a complete position description and list of qualifications, visit http://www.mywpc.org and click on “job opportunities” at the bottom of the page. Submit resume and cover letter to Dr. Christopher Bechtler, Director of Music Ministries, at the address below or by email to: secretary@mywpc.org.

(posted February 23, 2018) 


Part-time Handbell Choir Director, First Presbyterian Church, High Point, NC

First Presbyterian Church, High Point, NC is seeking to expand our Music Ministry with a creative, experienced director who will lead two handbell choirs. Deadline for applications, April 1. Please see our website for a complete job description: http://www.firstpreshp.org/about/employment-opportunities

(posted February 14, 2018) 


Church Music Director Wanted, Newark, DE

Ebenezer United Methodist Church, Newark, DE, seeks full time Music Director, reporting to the Sr. Pastor. Responsibilities include but are not limited to Organist, Pianist, Direct Sr. Choir, Youth Choir, Handbell Ensemble, Preschool Music Program, special music and attendant responsibilities. BA Music Degree required, advanced degree and experience in Music Ministry preferred. Salary commensurate with education and experience. Benefits include paid vacation, continuing education time, health or retirement program. Position open June 2018. To arrange a preliminary interview, contact by (1): Mailing resumes to: Search Committee, C/O SPRC Chair, Ebenezer United Methodist Church, 525 Polly Drummond Hill Rd., Newark, DE 19711; or (2) send email responses to: Newarkebenezerumc@verizon.net. Please list “SEARCH COMMITTEE” in the subject line. Applications requested by March 1, 2018.

(posted February 1, 2018) 


 Seeking a new director, Rock Island, IL
Jim Bawden, director of the RiverBend Bronze Handbell Ensemble, has announced his retirement effective June 2018. We are seeking a new director starting August 2018. The RiverBend Bronze Handbell Ensemble’s mission is to ring advanced music, share musical talent with the community, and to network with other ringers who share the same passion. Candidates in the greater Quad City area and beyond who are creative and skilled in directing are encouraged to apply. The director will receive a stipend. For more information, see our Facebook page or e-mail riverbendbronze@gmail.com. To apply, submit your resume via e-mail. Deadline for submissions is February 27, 2018.

 

Information on our group: The RiverBend Bronze Handbell Ensemble is comprised of members from eastern Iowa and western Illinois. The group rehearses weekly from September- May at 15th Avenue Christian Church in Rock Island, IL. We typically have performed an annual holiday concert and a spring concert, but have recently been performing our shows more than once in the surrounding Quad City area and beyond.

 

(posted December 8, 2017; renewed February 5, 2018)

 


Handbell Music Director Position Available, Kalamazoo, Michigan
The Kalamazoo Ringers, an advanced community ensemble, is looking for a qualified Music Director. Help us promote the musical art of handbells! Go to kalamazooringers.org for more information.

 

(posted November 27; 2017, renewed February 5, 2018)

 


 

 

 

Handbells/Handchimes for Sale/Wanted

 

Handbells for Sale
Professionally refurbished third octave (C4-F#4 & G#6-C7, 12 total) of Schulmerich bells, Malmark bells and a third octave of Malmark chimes for sale. They are in great condition! Call or text Neil Gertner for more details: 530-355-8220.

 

(posted January 11, 2018; renewed February 9, 2018)

 


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