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Where Do YOU Fit In?

Volunteer Opportunities

    On this page a comprehensive list of opportunities has been provided for you to choose one or more areas of interest to dedicate your gifts, talents and special services within the unique and wonderful world of Cassandra Roberson-Kelley Enterprises! Within each category there are specific guidelines and necessary requirements that must be adhered to prior to serving. Upon the acceptance and approval of your completed form, you will be notified with further instructions. Thanks for sharing you with us, and to God be the glory from this day forth!



  • Sopranos

  • Altos

  • Tenors

  • Baritones

  • Bassos

  • Lead Vocalists

  • Soloists/Psalmists




  • Organ

  • Piano/Keyboard

  • Drums

  • Acoustic Guitar

  • Bass Guitar

  • Lead Guitar

  • Saxophone

  • Trumpet

  • Harmonica

  • Wind Instruments

  • String Instruments

  • Percussions




  • Music & Arts Director

  • Multi-Media Directors

  • Worship Leaders

  • Band Leaders

  • Orchestra Conductors

  • Choir Directors

  • Soprano Section Leaders

  • Alto Section Leaders

  • Tenor Section Leaders

  • Basso Section Leaders

Sacred Praise Dancers: those who praise God in public worship in the form of sacred dance

Liturgical/Praise Dance Coordinator:

one who organizes others to perform sacred dance

Dance Choreographer: one who designs or plans dance movements


Ministry of Mime:

(Acronym by Cassandra Roberson-Kelley)



Interpreted by



Sign Language Interpreters: persons trained to use a system of manual, facial, and other body movements as the means of communication, especially among deaf people.


Music Composers: creators of musical works.

Music Consultants: experts who are called on for professional or technical advice or opinions.


Music Coordinators: persons who place or bring into proper order for a harmonious relationship.

Music Instructors: persons who communicate facts or information through music education.


Music Transcribers: persons who a) adapt or arrange (a composition) for a voice or instrument other than the original, b) translate (a composition) from one notational system to another, c) reduce (live or recorded music) to notation.


Sheet Music Distributors: persons responsible for distributing sheet music and then collecting them at the conclusion of each session.


Song Librarians: persons in charge of a collection of books, periodicals, musical scores, films, phonograph records, etc., especially a large, systematically arranged collection for reading or reference.

  • Joint-Heirs With Christ Praise Team-"And if children, then heirs of God, and joint-heirs with Christ; if so be that we suffer with Him, that we may be also glorified together." (Romans 8:17)

  • God's Richly Anointed Choral Ensemble- for special arrangements of hymns, anthems, and a cappella songs)

  • United Singers of Worship (U.S.O.W./You sow!)-"God is a Spirit: and they that worship Him must worship Him in spirit and in truth." (St. John 8:24)

  • Soul-Search Music Ministries Band-a group of musicians playing together, especially upon wind and percussion instruments.

  • Soul-Search Music Ministries Orchestra-a usually large group of musicians playing together; often, specifically, a symphony orchestra.

  • Songwriters: persons who write the words or music or both for songs.

  • Psalms

  • Hymns

  • Anthems

  • Spirituals

  • Traditional

  • Praise & Worship

  • Contemporary Christian/Gospel

Choir Officers:

  • President-person with the highest position of authority over a choir; delegates various changes for growth and progress of the choir body; a representative for the total choir body in special meetings with the "Organization Leader/Founder"; initiates special staff meetings and choir body meetings, as needed; counsels with the women/men in special situations.

  • Vice-President-person who assumes the duties of the president in his or her absence.

  • General Secretary-person who keeps all records of attendance, different activities, special events, and staff meetings.

  • Correspondence Secretary-person who keeps a listing of names and phone numbers of each member, in order to make contact in case of: change in rehearsal dates and times, cancellation of any pre-mentioned rehearsals or engagements, other circumstances.

  • Song Librarian-person in charge of maintaining and distributing music folders, etc. for choir members.

  • Treasurer-person in charge of the collection and disbursement of funds or finances.

  • Choir Chaplain-a minister, clergyman, or sometimes a layman, appointed to pray before and after choir rehearsals, etc.

  • Choir Director-conductor of a choir who helps train and direct a group of singers to sing together.

  • Section Leader-person who leads or directs a section of the choir, according to voice part (soprano, alto, tenor, baritone, bass).


Psalms 150

(King James Version)


Verse 1

Praise ye the Lord.

Praise God in His sanctuary:

Praise Him in the firmament of His power.

Verse 2

Praise Him for His mighty acts:

Praise Him according to His excellent greatness.

Verse 3

Praise Him with the sound of the trumpet:

Praise Him with the psaltery and harp.

Verse 4

Praise Him with the timbrel and dance:

Praise Him with stringed instruments and organs.

Verse 5

Praise Him upon the loud cymbals:

Praise Him upon the high sounding cymbals.

Verse 6

Let everything that hath breath praise the Lord.

Praise ye the Lord.

Uniform/Wardrobe Monitors: persons who keep an inventory of all uniforms and make sure that they are properly maintained according to instructions.

  • Choir/Ensemble

  • Praise & Worship Team

  • Sacred/Liturgical Dance Team

  • Drama (Theater/Arts) Department

  • Soul-Search Music Ministries Band

  • Soul-Search Music Min. Orchestra

Equipment Managers: persons who are responsible for organizing and maintaining audio/visual/music equipment inventory, etc.

Audio/Sound Engineers: persons who control the audio/sound system in a professional manner to produce a nice, crisp audible sound that is balanced and pleasing to the ears.


Lighting Technicians: persons who set up and control various pieces of lighting equipment for visual effects.

Production Managers: persons who coordinate the operations of various sub-disciplines of a presentation.


Production Assistants: persons who assist in the production process, when and where needed.


Playwrights: persons who write plays; dramatists.

Artistic Directors: persons with the ultimate artistic control of theatrical productions, directorial choices and overall artistic vision.


Actors/Actresses: those who act, especially stage-players.

Stage Managers: overall supervisors of the stage and actors for theatrical productions, etc.


Props Managers: persons responsible for maintaining objects or property handled by actors and actresses.


Seamstresses/Tailors: persons who sew and mend outer garments.


Make-up Artists: persons who specialize in applying and touching up a subject's make-up for productions, photography, etc.


Hair Stylists: licensed hairdressers who specialize in cutting and styling any type of hair.


Hospitality Teams: persons who provide cordial receptions to guests and members.


Hosts/Hostesses: persons who receive and entertain guests.


Greeters: friendly persons who greet and welcome others at the door with courtesy and a smile.


Ushers: persons who escort others to their seat, making sure that they are comfortable.


Parking Lot Attendants: persons who assist with parking and monitoring vehicles safely during various events.


Set-up/Clean-up Crews: persons responsible for safely setting up areas for various events, keeping everything neat, clean and orderly at all times.

Hallelujah! - Quincy Jones/Various Artists

Handel's Messiah: A Soulful Celebration


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