Mr. Jeffery Ellrod

Before joining the Wekiva staff, Jeff served as praise band director, music director, organ accompanist, pianist and choir director in several central Florida churches including the Woodbury Presbyterian Church in Orlando. Before coming to Florida, Jeff was a musician with the Unites States Navy band in Washington, DC, for twenty years, providing Presidential Musical Support at the White House and other high level government functions. Jeff plays the piano, French horn, bass guitar, and drums. Jeff holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts with University Honors from Carnegie-Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA.

The "Wekiva Alive" Music Leader is a part-time position (10 hours) dedicated to Wekiva Presbyterian Church's New "Wekiva Alive" (modern style) worship service. The "Wekiva Alive" Music Leader will develop and work with the music praise team to learn and implement music for this new worship service. The “Wekiva Alive” Music Leader will maintain a deep commitment to the spiritual and musical needs of the church working through new style music to strengthen the church body.

Please take every opportunity to make Lisa and Jeff welcome in their new roles among us. And please get ready to say yes when they reach out to you to share in their areas of responsibility here!

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