After a few years of economic optimism, pastors say the 2020 economy is hurting their congregation.
Current personnel at national WMU stands at approximately 40 staff members.
“In  we made cuts, but our cash position didn’t improve.”
“In these actions … we’re asking for your support …”
“We’re projecting it’s going to lose about $1.1 million this year.”
“Thorns and thistles means more to me than it does y’all.”
Photo courtesy of Google Maps By Julie Walters BIRMINGHAM — In response to a decline in sales due to COVID-19, national WMU announced Aug. 5 it is offering a voluntary retirement plan to staff. “We have worked incredibly hard over the past several years to ‘right size’ our organization based on revenue projections,” said Sandy […]
Over the past seven years the camp has seen deficit spending reaching $2 million.
This interesting and unprecedented time has given us a great opportunity for ministry.
“We have exhausted every avenue …”
“This was a painful decision.”
“Churches and pastors have options available to them depending on their own situations and convictions.”