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Who is Propel Worship?


Propel Worship & Production is one team with a singular focus of creating a distraction free environment for people to encounter Jesus. We desire to use our God given gifts, skills and talents to collectively lead our church in musical worship during our weekly experiences.

We do not sing or play from the platform because we have to; we get to do it for a greater purpose - we choose to give back to the Lord in worship with what He has blessed us with. Every person on this team acknowledges that Jesus Christ is the One who gave each of us these gifts. So, instead of keeping these gifts to ourselves, we choose to lift the Name of Jesus up through worship, to give back the praise to Him! In this, we model what worship can look like with every word we sing, every note we play, it’s all because of Jesus.



Begin by submitting a video audition of yourself performing one of our regular worship songs. This can be with an accompaniment track or a capella if auditioning for vocals.



We regularly review and evaluate video auditions. These are not shared widely, but evaluated among a select group of our team leaders.



If we decide to move forward with the audition process for your submission, you’ll receive notification requesting a Live Callback. This is a low-pressure live audition alongside a small subset of our team.


Next Steps

Following Live Callback, we will begin to communicate next steps and you’ll be paired up with a worship coach. This is someone to help you develop and grow to reach (and exceed!) the basic requirements to serve as part of our worship team and as an on-stage Dream Team member.

Audition Process


What should I Expect?

As a portable church, we’re limited in our ability to conduct regular live worship auditions. However, our auditions are an open process. What does this mean? It means that we’re always seeking new vocalists and musicians who desire to use their gifts to lift up the name of Jesus from the stage. While the process may look a little different, we want to help you take your next steps.

What is required?

You should be in agreement with the theological standing, vision, and values of Propel Church. We exist to propel people into an authentic relationship with Jesus and help them Know God, Find Freedom, Discover Purpose and Make a Difference.

Previous experience on a worship team or in a band can be helpful but is not required. While there are similar principles used in most live music situations, every band or team experience is different. Be prepared to learn new ways of doing things and be flexible even as we follow standard principles.

Role Specific Requirements


The vocalist’s primary function is to know the respective parts of songs, be articulate and understanding of the lyrics, and provide appropriate vocal tone, pitch, blending, and harmony with other worship leaders. A vocalist models authentic worship from the front-line of the stage, where we lead our church in worship of our Almighty God.

Acoustic Guitarist

An acoustic guitarist’s primary function is to provide rhythmic melody support for songs during our worship experiences. Guitarists should be able to display knowledge of open and barre chords, use of a capo, different strumming patterns and control dynamics while maintaining tempo. Whether front-line or back-line, any member of the band is also leading our church in worship.

Electric Guitarist

An electric guitarist’s primary function is to provide melodic support for songs during our worship experiences. Electric guitarists should be able to display knowledge of major and minor barre chords, reproduce tones consistent with modern worship music, and control dynamics while maintaining consistent tempo. Whether front-line or back-line, any member of the band is also leading our church in worship.

Bass Guitarist

A bass guitarist provides melodic support in the lower registers of a song and rhythmic support alongside the drums. Bass guitarists should understand the basic rhythmic divisions (quarter-notes, eighth-notes, triplets, etc), knowledge of scales, and control dynamics while maintaining tempo with a click track. Integral to the back-line, bassists are often the soul of the worship band.


A keyboardist provides the foundational melody to songs in our worship experiences. Keyboardists should have an understanding of major and minor chords, scales, play in a variety of musical styles, and stay in time with a click track. Keyboardists also play an instrumental role in helping vocalists identify melody and harmony lines in different octaves. They also need to be able to fill the space within a song, whether as the lead instrument or as backing melody. Understanding of modern keyboard software, patches and pads is desirable but not required.


A drummer’s primary function is to provide the fundamental rhythm, dynamics and tempo of songs during our worship experiences. Drummers should be able to keep time with click track, play variety of basic quarter-note and eighth-note rock drum patterns in both 4/4 and 6/8 time signatures, and control dynamics during key moments of songs. While an integral role of our back-line, the drummer is a model worshiper who leads by bringing a critical element to musical worship.

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