Director of Music and Liturgy; St. George Catholic Church (Baton Rouge, LA)

St. George Catholic Church in suburban Baton Rouge, Louisiana, seeks a full-time Director of Music and Liturgy to direct the liturgical prayer of our vibrant parish of 3,400 registered families. With an average parishioner age of 37, St. George serves as a flagship parish in the Diocese of Baton Rouge. We worship together in a beautiful church designed to carefully unite traditional and modern architectural and artistic appointments.

The Director of Music and Liturgy oversees all aspects of our music and liturgy program, most notably serving as director and choral conductor for 2 parish choirs and leading over 500 liturgical ministers. The director is assisted by five part-time musicians who serve as organists/pianists and cantors.

The ideal candidate will have a deep knowledge and understanding of Catholic music and liturgy. 5 years of experience in parish ministry and an undergraduate degree in music or sacred/liturgical music is required. A graduate degree in Sacred Music, Liturgical Music, or Liturgical Studies is preferred. The successful candidate will be a skilled organist/pianist and choral conductor. A competitive salary is available commensurate with qualifications. A complete job description is available on our website:

Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and references to Natalee Menge, Director of Administration & Facilities, at [email protected].  Deadline to apply: November 10, 2023.

Published by FDLC

Since 1970, the Federation of Diocesan Liturgical Commissions has served the clergy and faithful of the dioceses of the United States by providing leadership, scholarship, and resources to aid in the authentic implementation and celebration of the liturgy.