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Centenary United Methodist Church Employer Reviews

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Awful place to work! It's a revolving door, and management and Directors are terrible.
Former Employee (Former Employee), NCApril 30, 2013
Pros: holidays off
Cons: very political environment, awful low benefits if any, mean and verbally abusive parishioners and directors
If you are thinking of applying for a position at Centenary, I would definitely reconsider. Although Centenary would have been a great place to work ten years ago, it has become a revolving door where the Directors and the board care more about money and the bottom line, then about giving their employees benefits and listening to their concerns. As – more... of now, most of their business staff was laid off unexpectantly and that is probably why this position is even open, There have been huge budget cuts recently and the employees as well as the daycare teachers deserve a raise, but won't get one. Because of NC law, and because you work at a church, they can fire you at any time, and keep it moving. Most workers walk on eggshells because of the higher ups and if you are not a part of the inner circle, then you are treated like an outcast and are better off finding a job where you arent just tolerated and get low wages and sorry benefits. – less
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Large Methodist church located in the heart of downtown Winston-Salem.
Director of Communications (Former Employee), Winston-Salem, NCMay 2, 2012
Pros: in-house print shop
Cons: n/a
A typical day would often involve 1-2 meetings with church staff or members, writing and/or editing online and print content, managing/assisting Print Shop staff, general project management and working on various research and development projects aimed at improving church communications/promotions.
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Christian environment and caring management
Youth Pastor, Part-time (Current Employee), Portsmouth, VAApril 2, 2012
Pros: community service
Cons: part time position and no benefits
I enjoy working for the Church. My passion is working at something that can be used in my ministry. This position allows me to work in the Community and Church Community as well as being creative. A typical day would be researching programs to use with the youth, mission work, community involvement and meetins.