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Music ministry (Paris hub)

Opportunity in France


France is big on music. Music is used to voice discontentedness with current social-political issues. It is used to express love and hatred. It is used for meditation and education. And it is used to worship the one, living, creator God.

Are you big on music? There is a huge opportunity, and we can’t express it enough, a HUGE opportunity in France to create, share, teach, develop, train, and express Christian adoration and edification through music. The Paris Hub is the perfect place in France to do this. Anyone and everyone who is anybody in the music scene is based in Paris, or comes to Paris often.

If you are a musician or a worship leader, or a talented singer/songwriter, you could come to Paris and learn the language and culture while becoming integrated into the Christian musician and worship leading community. Once acclimated and properly networked, you can share your talents and music and experience and ideas with churches, music groups, denominations, para-church ministries and whatever else God presents to you.

This opportunity is for someone who wants their musical knowledge and skills to be used for building something that will last into the future. Something that the French church can embrace as its own. Something that God can use to advance His mission and His name in Paris and throughout France. Come be a part of creating, performing, and directing good music.


  • We require you to be experienced and good at creating, performing or directing good music.
  • We require you to be able to work with others. This is a bleeding-edge ministry that begs to be structured and intentional. Lone rangers pass on by.
  • We require you to be patient. It takes some time to learn how to communicate and perform well in French. You have a big advantage if you are musically gifted. But still. Patience goes a long way.

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